Top 10 Videos of 2012
A collection of the year's top videos from a variety of different videographers and filmmakers
Zak Koeske, Wayne Robbins, Cornell Christianson, Daniel Mazover and a lipsyncing group of Fair Lawn High School grads all contributed videos to 2012's Top 10 Videos list.
Interviews with residents and the Memorial Pool director on how things have shaped up since last year's devastating storm. Shot during the pool's opening weekend this summer
Heather Polyi's kitten Frisky was stuck in a tree for two days until arborist and cat rescue artist Rob Gillies came to her rescue. Watch the daring rescue captured live!
Veterans David Boone (Gulf War), Ed Trawinski (Vietnam War) and Jordan Seibel (War in Afghanistan) reflected on their service to the country and on what Memorial Day means to them.
Non-profit home renovation organization Rebuilding Together comes to the rescue of Fair Lawn resident Stacey Scott, whose home was damaged during Hurricane Irene last year
This year, the Operation Santa Boone team of food pantry coordinator Liz Twiggs and police detective David Boone were back at it, providing a food pantry client/volunteer and her family with gifts for the holiday.Twiggs' plan this time around pulled in Boone, food pantry volunteer Beri Raffiani, three elves -- Fair Lawn High School freshmen Sarah Gruber, Bridget Maresca and Mitchell Finkel -- police officer Michael O'Brien and members of the Fair Lawn Rescue Squad.
Wayne Robbins of "Inside Fair Lawn" searched Fair Lawn high and low looking for the sights and sounds of February's Super Bowl. Along his journey, Wayne captured banners, posters, decked out stores, places to party and a shout out cheer from dozens of neighbors and business owners (some more enthusiastic than others).
Wayne Robbins of "Inside Fair Lawn" visits Reader's Choice winner Giovanni's Deli and gets an exclusive look inside the kitchen
Cornell Christianson made a short video on what he calls "perhaps the best picnic area in Fair Lawn." It's a mystery park he dubbed Henderson Park that doesn’t appear on any maps and that he thinks most people in Fair Lawn don’t know exists.
Daniel Mazover, a 13-year-old Fair Lawn resident, braved Superstorm Sandy to create his first weather documentary
Fair Lawn High School grads from the Class of 2006 made a "Call Me Maybe" video this summer down the shore. Shot each weekend over the course of a summer spent at a shore house in Belmar, the video alternates between shore house party scenes, shirtless boat shots and an outdoor homage to jorts and the gang's adopted shore home.