Tag Archives: prudential center

#HipNJ Cheers On The New Jersey Devils

Earlier this week, #HipNJ’s Kelly, Jacques and Lauren visited the Prudential Center to watch the New Jersey Devils take on Tampa Bay Lightning from one of the #PruCenter’s stylish suites.

“The suites were really cool, I have never been in a suite before,” Kelly said. Complimentary food and beverages were provided as the #HipNJ crew watched Game 4 in style. They were even given a Swag Bag, pictured below, to commemorate the night!

The Swag Bag contained multiple items stating “Now We Rise,” which has become an inspirational staple of the team.

“The arena was filled with the color red, and the energy was electric,” Kelly recalls. Fans were decked out in the team’s signature color and some even painted their faces.

NJD vs. TBL Stanley Cup Playoffs Round 1 Game 4 (photo by Patrick Dodson)

Even though the Devils did not come out victorious, #HipNJ had the best time and loved every action-packed second. “We wish the Devils the best of luck in Game 5, as they continue their journey to the Stanley Cup,” Kelly concluded.

NJD vs. TBL Stanley Cup Playoffs Round 1 Game 4 (photo by Patrick Dodson)

Thank you to the New Jersey Devils for this wonderful experience!

Harmony Village At Paramus

Daniel E. Straus and CareOne Introduce Harmony Village At Paramus

CareOne continues to set the bar for the Garden State healthcare scene!

CareOne Harmony Village at Paramus is a trailblazing assisted living community for the memory impaired, offering innovative memory-care programs designed to help residents maintain the highest possible quality of life, as well as optimal cognitive and physical functioning. The state-of-the-art property will be dedicated to serving those living with Alzheimer’s Disease, dementia and related memory impairments.

“With the increasing demand for new and progressive care options for people living with Alzheimer’s Disease, our goal is to provide a safe and engaging assisting living community that reflects the high standard of care that CareOne has become known for,” noted CareOne Chairman & CEO Daniel E. Straus. “With each new building that we open, we strengthen our operational expertise and illustrate our strong commitment to serving older adults with compassion and excellence.”

Harmony Village at Paramus’ lush yet comfortable accommodations include 124 private apartments and four distinct “neighborhoods” for residents with varying stages of memory impairment, making it the only dedicated assisted living community for the memory impaired in Bergen County. Further, the team at CareOne’s Harmony Village at Paramus is specially trained to work with residents living with memory impairments as well as their families to create a personalized care plan that maximizes independence and works toward quality of life enhancement. The specialized team will be led by site administrator Sindy Vaillencourt who will ensure the new facility upholds the highest in healthcare standards.

CareOne’s expansion in Paramus marks the thirty-second location in the Garden State for the company and affirms its mission of developing state-of-the-art care and living environments for people living with memory loss.

As one of New Jersey’s largest family-owned, healthcare providers, and one of the largest privately owned healthcare companies in the United States, CareOne’s commitment to exceptional care is epitomized by employees throughout the organization. The company was recognized for its accomplishments and dedication to healthcare this past June when they were named Make-A-Wish New Jersey’s 2017 Humanitarian of the Year & Corporation of the Year award as a result of CareOne’s 200 Wishes fundraiser that took place at the Prudential Center in February 2017, both of which #HipNJ attended! 

Families interested in admission information for CareOne Harmony Village at Paramus may contact a CareOne representative by visiting CareOne online or calling 551-276-7200 to learn more about the health care options available to them.

Pokemon Go and a Jeter Wedding: Weekend Recap

Just because the holiday weekend has passed doesn’t mean that #NJ isn’t, well, hip anymore! The #GardenState had nothing short of awesome things happening throughout. See what went down and who stirred things up this weekend in our weekly weekend recap.

Friday, July 8th, 2016

Earlier in the week, Pokemon Go was released on the app store. In the game, virtual Pokemon appear through the player’s smartphone camera and are to be captured and trained by the player. The fever over this new twist in the international franchise made its way to New Jersey this weekend as people of all ages indulged in this new virtual reality.

In probably the most adorable of news, the state revealed to the public that the senate recently passed a bill that requires all pet stores in New Jersey to sell only dogs that originate from animal shelters or rescues. The bill seeks to battle the issue of the abundance of puppy mills throughout the nation. Next, the bill will go to the assembly, where a debate will ensue.

Saturday, July 9th, 2016

Canadian superstar Justin Bieber made his stratospheric comeback with Purpose, his latest album, after a few unfortunate clashes with the media and he’s celebrating it with the Purpose World Tour. The show hit the Prudential Center in Newark on Saturday night. With singles like “Sorry” and “Love Yourself,” it’s hard not to learn to be a #Belieber again. The media loves a bad boy, right?

Saturday marked day two of the The Vampire Diaries Official Convention at the Hilton Parsippany. Fans in attendance had the opportunity to actively engage in the fictitious world of the popular show all weekend. Perhaps the most exciting and highly anticipated part of the convention was a celebrity appearance by Ian Somerhalder, one of the show’s main stars.

Ian Somerhalder!!!!!!!!! #TVDNJ ❤️❤️❤️

A photo posted by Kaelyn Bruschi (@wesleywifey_) on

While it may have been a sad day for the ladies, it was certainly a happy day for Derek Jeter as he tied the knot with girlfriend and model Hannah Davis on Saturday. Jeter, the Pequannock Township-born professional baseball shortstop, and Davis chose the small ceremony route and wed in Napa, California.

Sunday, June 10th, 2016

Old Bridge native and elite gymnast Laurie Hernandez didn’t hesitate to wow the audience and the rest of the young gymnasts watching nationwide at the gymnastics Olympic Trials in San Jose, California. In her first year as a senior gymnast, she was named to the team for the Rio de Janeiro Olympics on Sunday night at 16 years old. She finished well ahead of many of her elders, earning herself gymnastics superstardom.

Young Australian rock band 5 Seconds of Summer proved that they can keep up with the other biggest boy bands in the world on Sunday. Currently in its North American leg and in support of Sounds Good Feels Good, the band’s latest album, the Sounds Live Feels Live World Tour arrived in Holmdel at none other than the PNC Bank Arts Center.

I love playing to you. Thank you for this evening Holmdel, New Jersey, we had 12,000 strong tonight xx

A photo posted by アシュトン A S H T O N (@ashtonirwin) on