If you're like most adults, your parents probably loaded you up with vitamin C whenever you had the sniffles or a cold. Your younger self might not have believed it worked, but as it turns out, your parents were onto something. According to doctors, vitamin C is one of the most important vitamins to consume. It might not be the cure-all for the common cold, but it absolutely helps maintain your immune system so you can fight the cold quicker. Also known as ascorbic acid, vitamin C also protects your body from prenatal health issues, cardiovascular problems, eye diseases, and even wrinkly skin.
When your body lacks vitamin C for a long time, you're sure to notice. Though vitamin C deficiency is relatively rare in the U.S., adults who go long periods without it may get sick frequently and suffer from other immune system issues. In extreme cases, people may get scurvy, which causes a litany of issues like joint pain, bleeding gums, and depression.
B vitamins like riboflavin (B2), niacin (B3), folic acid (b9), and cobalamin (B12) play a crucial role in keeping you healthy and maintaining your overall wellbeing. If you want a healthier body, B vitamins are critical, as they are literally building blocks that help preserve your brain functionality, cell metabolism, and energy. For pregnant women, B vitamins in IV drips are especially important because they help your new baby's brain develop while in the womb. B vitamins have also been shown to prevent congenital disabilities. Plus, they help ease feelings of nausea, which is a big bonus for moms and dads alike.
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Like the other vitamins and nutrients on this page, magnesium plays an important part in your body's total health. As a cofactor or helper molecule, magnesium has a role in 600+ bodily functions, including protein formation, nerve function, gene function, muscle movement, and energy production. If you're having a stressful day or week, high-potency magnesium has been shown to have relaxation properties that help calm your nerves and muscles. Unfortunately, most Americans don't get enough magnesium in their diets.
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Just about every health food and drink in the stores boasts high levels of antioxidants. That's great, but what are they? Antioxidants are substances shown to slow or prevent cell damage from free radicals. Free radicals are unstable molecules linked to inflammation, disease, and forms of cancer. According to the National Library of Medicine, antioxidants also act as hydrogen and electron donors, as well as enzyme inhibitors.
Most humans get some types of antioxidants naturally through eating and drinking. However, IV vitamin therapy is a much more effective way to fight back against free radicals with antioxidants. When your body lacks antioxidants, free radical production increases, which causes oxidative stress - a harmful situation linked to arthritis, cancers, strokes, and Parkinson's disease.
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Walking into "GP's" restaurant in Guttenberg, the first thing you notice is how dark but inviting the old-school style establishment feels.The owner, 39-year-old George Politis Jr., is the third generation of restaurateurs in Hudson County. His father George Politis Sr., opened the first "GP's" at 974 Blvd. East in Weehawken in 1968 before moving to the current location, a block from the Galaxy Towers at 69th Street, in 1977.“I’m big on service, anyone that knows...
Walking into "GP's" restaurant in Guttenberg, the first thing you notice is how dark but inviting the old-school style establishment feels.
The owner, 39-year-old George Politis Jr., is the third generation of restaurateurs in Hudson County. His father George Politis Sr., opened the first "GP's" at 974 Blvd. East in Weehawken in 1968 before moving to the current location, a block from the Galaxy Towers at 69th Street, in 1977.
“I’m big on service, anyone that knows me knows that is what I am all about,” Politis said.
Growing up, Politis was pushed away from the business by his parents who wanted him to become a stock broker. When he was 20 years old studying at Long Island University in 1991, his father had a stroke and was unable to speak. The younger Politis quit school and started working full-time at the restaurant.
A few years later, after working in every aspect of the restaurant, he was scheduled to take the Series 7 exam, the final step before becoming a stock broker.
“The day of the exam, I just thought to myself ‘do I really want to clock in and out, do I really want to commute everyday?’” He never went to the exam and has dedicated his life to the restaurant.
Owner: George Politis Jr., 39, of Bellevue Avenue in Guttenberg.
How they got started: His grandfather, James Politis, owned the old Union Club catering hall in Hoboken in 1934. After he sold it, George Politis Sr. opened up the Railhead Bar at the Hoboken train station after in 1958. Ten years later, the elder George opened "GP's" in Weehawken and moved it to Guttenberg in 1977.
What you will find: The restaurant offers a full bar, valet service, and outdoor dining. The menu is classic Italian-American with recipes that were developed over 30 years ago by Politis' father and mother Pat.
What makes them unique: Service. Whether it's head chef Manny Nolasco or head waiter Joso Curko, "GP's" makes it a point to offer everything with a smile and a handshake.
Price Points: Appetizers like stuffed mushrooms and crab cake start from $8.50 to $13.50. Pasta dishes like gnocchi or fettucine with your choice of sauce is $17.50. They also have New York strip steaks for $22.50 and veal dishes for $21.50. Wines go from $8.50 a glass to $45 a bottle.
Future: Politis was poised to have a second restaurant open up in Hamilton Square in Jersey City just four years ago, but decided against it when the economy tanked. He plans to open a second place in Jersey City within a year after he finds a location.
A fire involving a remodeled three-story wood-frame, mixed-occupancy building resulted in a labor-intensive battle by firefighters from the North Hudson Regional Fire & Rescue that protects five Hudson County (NJ) municipalities.Shortly after 9 p.m., on November 19, 2021, an AFA assignment of three engines, one truck and a battalion chief were dispatched to 201-70th Street in the town of Guttenberg, New Jersey. Police Officer Jabber arrived and reported smoke in the rear of the first-floor restaurant. Upon arrival of th...
A fire involving a remodeled three-story wood-frame, mixed-occupancy building resulted in a labor-intensive battle by firefighters from the North Hudson Regional Fire & Rescue that protects five Hudson County (NJ) municipalities.
Shortly after 9 p.m., on November 19, 2021, an AFA assignment of three engines, one truck and a battalion chief were dispatched to 201-70th Street in the town of Guttenberg, New Jersey. Police Officer Jabber arrived and reported smoke in the rear of the first-floor restaurant. Upon arrival of the first fire companies, the assignment was filled out, dispatching another engine, truck, rescue, safety officer, rapid intervention team, and Deputy 1.
Firefighters made an interior attack as smoke continued to thicken. All occupants of the restaurant and apartments were removed and a second alarm was transmitted. Interior units reported fire traveling “voids on the ‘C’ side,” and a third alarm was struck by Deputy Chief Mike Falco.
Inside the building, firefighters were compelled to pull tin ceilings to find hidden fire, a labor-intensive operation. Heavy smoke rolled out of the building and covered the neighborhood. Fire eventually broke through the roof of the structure located at the corner of Broadway. Flames attracted a New York TV station news helicopter that flew overhead to cover the story.
Numerous handlines were used along with a lot of “truck work.” The first two ladder companies on the assignment were aerial ladders. The second alarm truck, Tower Ladder 3, was a block away due to the narrow and congested streets that are common in this area. Truckies used an aerial ladder and saws to open up the top-floor sidings on Broadway, where firefighters had difficulty gaining access to flames from the interior. After the heavy fire was knocked down, apparatus was moved from the Broadway side of the building and Tower Ladder 3was placed into position. Firefighters opened up the space along the “B” side of the building to expose the hidden flames and knocked them out with a tower monitor.
One firefighter suffered nonlife-threatening injuries and was taken to Palisades Medical Center in North Bergen, where he was treated and released.
The main body of fire was was knocked down around 10:40 p.m. Weary firefighters took breaks outside of the building and walked a block away from the scene to the Gong Club canteen truck for bottled water, hot chocolate, or coffee.
Young man moves to big city.Adventures ensure.It's a tale as old as time.But when the young man in question is Steve Guttenberg and the city with the bright lights is Los Angeles, you know it's going to be far from an ordinary story."It's an everyday man coming out into an atmosphere with all these really exotic characters who are so far removed from his upbringing," Guttenberg says of "Tales From the Guttenberg Bible," now playing at ...
Young man moves to big city.
It's a tale as old as time.
But when the young man in question is Steve Guttenberg and the city with the bright lights is Los Angeles, you know it's going to be far from an ordinary story.
"It's an everyday man coming out into an atmosphere with all these really exotic characters who are so far removed from his upbringing," Guttenberg says of "Tales From the Guttenberg Bible," now playing at George Street Playhouse in New Brunswick. "How he navigates the waters and tries to make a career for himself while keeping his values − and not getting into trouble."
While Guttenberg hopes audiences will walk away touched by the story of a young man striving toward his goals, he also says they should prepare to laugh − a lot − "because situations are pretty extraordinary."
Guttenberg, 64, has a film and TV career spanning nearly a half-century and is known for his work in "Three Men and a Baby," "Police Academy," "Cocoon" and so many more cultural touchstones.
"Tales from the Guttenberg Bible"also stars Arnie Burton, Dan Domingues and Carine Montreband, playing scores of characters of who shaped Guttenberg's early career.
Despite the sliver of Guttenberg's career that the play focuses on, it was a period packed with potential material. In fact, his first draft was 300 pages. It's since been whittled down to 68 or so, with the help of George Street Artistic Director David Saint, who also directs the show.
"What I really love is how open Steve is," Saint said. "I told him first, write me everything, write me anything you want to write. What I love doing is editing and cutting and shaping a script and giving you the shape and the dramatic form."
Saint says he learned his love of editing from playwright Arthur Laurents, who he calls his mentor. "He used to say everything needs cuts, even Shakespeare," Saint said. Fittingly, "Tales from the Guttenberg Bible" will be performed in the Arthur Laurents Theater at New Brunswick Performing Arts Center.
Saint says it's Guttenberg's likability and innocence that will make audiences root for him from the outset.
"Then you see all the remarkable people that he has met in his lifetime. I mean, can you imagine being 17 years old and getting on a private plane with Gregory Peck and Laurence Olivier, to go make the movie 'The Boys From Brazil' and having your mother and father bring some salami and hard candy to the jet to give to them, because as his mother says, 'the food on airplanes is terrible?' I mean, the amount of innocence is so astonishing, and yet, he landed on his feet every time and people just liked him."
It's intimidating though, Guttenberg says, to let people peek into such a personal tale.
"Your life is intimate, and private. So when you bring other people into it and allow people to see your life, I had to let things go and open the doors and trust that people would understand my life. And I also understand that there are going to be judgments. Some people are going to like it and some people aren't," he said.
For that reason, and more, it was important to separate the actor Steve Guttenberg from the character Steve Guttenberg, both Saint and Guttenberg said.
This is the first time Guttenberg has worked with George Street Playhouse.
"It's a beautiful theater," he said. "And David Saint and the board have made a great contribution, not only to New Brunswick, New Jersey, but to the arts."
Go: "Tales From the Guttenberg Bible," tickets $25 to $70, through May 21; George Street Playhouse, at the Arthur Laurents Theater at New Brunswick Performing Arts Center, 11 Livingston Ave., New Brunswick. GeorgeStreetPlayhouse.org.
Ilana Keller is an award-winning journalist and lifelong New Jersey resident who loves Broadway and really bad puns. Reach out on Twitter: @ilanakeller; [email protected]
Actor Steve Guttenberg will throw out the ceremonial first pitch and hang out with fans at the Somerset Patriots April 18 game.Photo Credit: Courtesy Somerset Patriots By Marc RussinoffPublishedApril 14, 2023 at 6:50 PMBRIDGEWATER, NJ – The Somerset Patriots, the New York Yankees Double-A affiliate, will host actor Steve Guttenberg at their Tuesday, April 18 game at TD Bank Ballpark.The Patriots take on the New Hampshire Fisher Cats (Toronto...
Actor Steve Guttenberg will throw out the ceremonial first pitch and hang out with fans at the Somerset Patriots April 18 game.Photo Credit: Courtesy Somerset Patriots
By Marc Russinoff
PublishedApril 14, 2023 at 6:50 PM
BRIDGEWATER, NJ – The Somerset Patriots, the New York Yankees Double-A affiliate, will host actor Steve Guttenberg at their Tuesday, April 18 game at TD Bank Ballpark.
The Patriots take on the New Hampshire Fisher Cats (Toronto Blue Jays) at 6:35 pm.
Guttenberg will be starring in a new show, "Tales from the Guttenberg Bible," playing at George Street Playhouse in New Brunswick from April 25 through May 21.
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Guttenberg will throw out a ceremonial first pitch prior to the start of the game and also meet fans on the main concourse for pictures and autographs at the George Street Playhouse table.
"Tales from the Guttenberg Bible" is a farcical, laugh-out-loud story written by and starring Guttenberg. The show is a hilarious journey from the Guttenberg’s family home on Long Island to the glamour of Hollywood as Guttenberg himself tells all.
The versatile actor made a name for himself in leading roles in films like Diner (1983), Police Academy (1984), Cocoon (1985), Short Circuit (1986), Bedroom Window (1986) and Three Men and a Baby (1987).
On stage, Guttenberg appeared in The Boys Next Door (1993) in London's West End, Prelude to a Kiss (1995) on Broadway, and Furthest From The Sun (2000) at the June Lune Theatre in Minneapolis. Guttenberg also played Henry Percy in 20150 The Hudson Warehouse Theatre's production of Henry IV.
He has produced an Emmy-nominated television special, Gangs, performed in the original Miracle On Ice, and also ABC's The Day After, which is still one of the most watched television events of this century.
Guttenberg has the record for most original films to go to franchises in film history, and appearing in the most films in The Screen Actors Guild from 1980-1990, tying Gene Hackman.
He also received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
More information about Tales from the Guttenberg Bible, or to purchase tickets, please visit georgestreetplayhouse.org.
The Somerset Patriots are the New York Yankees Double-A Affiliate and develop today’s top minor league talent into the pinstriped superstars of tomorrow for MLB’s winningest team. The Patriots are the reigning Eastern League Champions and play their home games at TD Bank Ballpark in Bridgewater, NJ, where fans get to enjoy the unique experience that is minor league baseball. To learn more, visit: somersetpatriots.com.
Are you thinking of living in Guttenberg, NJ? Guttenberg is a municipality in New Jersey’s Hudson County with a population of approximately 12,017 and a median income of $62,450. Below are demographics and household data that you will find useful if you are thinking of living in Guttenberg, NJ. The information presented in this article are based on data from the US Census American Community Survey.Guttenberg NJ InfographWhat is the Population of Guttenberg, NJ?The population of Guttenberg, NJ is approx...
Are you thinking of living in Guttenberg, NJ? Guttenberg is a municipality in New Jersey’s Hudson County with a population of approximately 12,017 and a median income of $62,450. Below are demographics and household data that you will find useful if you are thinking of living in Guttenberg, NJ. The information presented in this article are based on data from the US Census American Community Survey.
The population of Guttenberg, NJ is approximately 12,017.
36% of Guttenberg residents have a Bachelor’s Degree or higher. Compare this to overall New Jersey where 41% of NJ residents have a Bachelor’s Degree or higher.
63% of Guttenberg residents are White, 8% of Guttenberg residents are Asians, 66% of Guttenberg residents are Hispanic and 4% of Guttenberg residents are African Americans.
18% of Guttenberg residents are children under 18 years old and 6% of Guttenberg residents are children under 5 years old. Compare this to overall New Jersey where 22% of New Jersey residents are children under 18 years old.
13% of Guttenberg residents are seniors aged 65 years old and older.
Guttenberg has a median household income of $62,450. Compare this to overall New Jersey where the median household income is $85,751.
In Guttenberg, 66% of housing units are rentals while 34% of housing units in Guttenberg are owner occupied.
The median gross rent in Guttenberg is $1,439. Compare this to overall New Jersey where the median gross rent is $1,376.
The Median Home Value of owner-occupied homes in Guttenberg is $323,100.
The Average Property tax in Guttenberg, NJ is $9,637. Compare this to the average property tax in New Jersey of $9,115.
Check out our article on NJ Property Taxes for a complete town by town list of New Jersey Property taxes. For a complete town by town list of property tax rates, check out our article on NJ Property Tax Rates.
Guttenberg, NJ is in Hudson County.
Guttenberg is 0.20 square miles.
The mean travel time to work for Guttenberg residents is 37 minutes. Compare this to overall New Jersey where the average time to work is 33 minutes.
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Data Source: US Census American Community Survey and New Jersey Department of Community Affairs
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