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John Haffey

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John is a graduate of Villanova University with degrees in History, Communications, and Political Science. A lifelong Norwalk resident, he covers an array of topics from real estate and education to sports and entertainment. John has previously worked as a freelance reporter and brings experience in digital media advertising. A surfer, fisherman, and boater, John is prone to drop everything if the fish begin to bite or the waves are on.

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  1. Pace People This Week: Nuclear Disarmament And Global Finance Authorship

    Pace People This Week: Nuclear Disarmament And Global Finance Authorship

    PLEASANTVILLE, N.Y. -- Here is a roundup of newsmakers and their news in brief from Pace University:Bill Colona, Pace's director of Government and Community Relations, was honored by the Business Council of Westchester and was named to their 2017 class of "40 under 40" rising professionals.Matt Mainzer ’17, economics, was a finalist for a 2017 Fulbright award. He was also ...

  2. Fearlessly Face The Flame This Summer, With Grill Tips From Stew Leonard's

    Fearlessly Face The Flame This Summer, With Grill Tips From Stew Leonard's

    Grilling the perfect summer dinner can sometimes seem like an impossible task. Managing varying heat, levels of doneness and cooking times can spell disaster for the unprepared chef. However, thanks to the grill experts at Stew Leonard's, cooking al fresco is easy with just a little know-how and the proper preparation.In the summer, red meat is king. When preparing to grill the perfect ...

  3. Experience Home On The Range At Stew's With Celebrity Chuck Wagon Cook

    Experience Home On The Range At Stew's With Celebrity Chuck Wagon Cook

    For chuck wagon cook and television personality Kent Rollins, it's always been about the beef.Raised in Hollis, Okla. along the Texas border and near the bank of the Red River, Rollins spent the majority of his life surrounded by cattle. From helping his father manage a livestock operation to learning how to cook from his mother, Rollins' wilderness education spanned from farm to plate. ...

  4. From Maine To Your Plate, Become A Lobster Expert This Summer At Stew's

    From Maine To Your Plate, Become A Lobster Expert This Summer At Stew's

    Seafood and summertime go hand in hand. Baked and fried or steamed and served chilled, shellfish is the perfect warm weather treat. Known for their sweet, succulent flavor and meaty flesh, lobster anchors many seasonal menus across the Northeast. Thanks to a unique partnership between Stew Leonard's and dozens of Maine lobstermen, seafood lovers can enjoy the ocean's freshest offerings ...

  5. Cheeseburger In Paradise: Stew's Offers New Grill Options All Summer Long

    Cheeseburger In Paradise: Stew's Offers New Grill Options All Summer Long

    Everyone loves a good hamburger. However, sometime the classic patty with cheese just isn't quite enough, especially over the course of the summer. That's why Stew Leonard's is firing up the grill and offering a fresh, new "Burger of the Week" all summer long at stores across the area.Every Wednesday through the end of August, a new burger will be exclusively featured at ...

  6. Pace University President Honored At 'Spirit Of Pace' Awards Dinner

    Pace University President Honored At 'Spirit Of Pace' Awards Dinner

    NEW YORK -- At the 54th Annual Spirit of Pace Awards Dinner, held at the American Museum of Natural History in Manhattan, Pace University honored its president, Stephen J. Friedman, with the 2017 Leaders in Management Award. Founded in 1962, the Leaders in Management Award Dinner was created to highlight the assistance Pace receives from its corporate partners. Proceeds from the dinner ...

  7. Zika And Pregnancy: Should You Be Tested?

    Zika And Pregnancy: Should You Be Tested?

    The images associated with Zika in the media are alarming: they depict babies with abnormally small heads, sick mothers and display evidence of various other birth defects. While it is known that children born with the virus can experience physical and mental impairments for the rest of their lives, questions remain. How common is Zika, and should mothers really worry about the ...

  8. Don't Get Blinded By Window Treatment Options

    Don't Get Blinded By Window Treatment Options

    When redecorating a room, new blinds and shutters offer a quick and affordable way to transform a space and create a one-of-a-kind feel. From light filtering blinds to blackout shades, each window treatment offers a variety of aesthetic and practical benefits."Because every room has its own purpose and scale, the selection process is important," said Kimberly Scappaticci, the ...

  9. Pace People This Week: Upward Mobility And Commencement Address

    Pace People This Week: Upward Mobility And Commencement Address

    PLEASANTVILLE, N.Y. -- Here is a roundup of newsmakers and their news in brief from Pace University:Haub Law Professor Bennett Gershman is featured in the newly-released film, "The Syndrome." The documentary follows a group of doctors, scientists and legal scholars who have uncovered that “Shaken Baby Syndrome,” a child abuse theory used in hundreds of legal prosecutions each ...

  10. Pace Alums Shine In Broadway's Best

    Pace Alums Shine In Broadway's Best

    NEW YORK -- With the curtain lowered on the 2016-2017 Broadway season, three Pace University Actors Studio Drama School alums have garnered national recognition for their roles in some of the season's most critically acclaimed productions. Rachel Stevens, an MFA directing alum, assistant directed "Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812," the Broadway musical which ...

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