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Tuesday Nov 24 | via SILive.com
Peter Botros stepped over an arched footbridge leading toward The Stone House at Clove Lakes Park. With his restaurant nestled in a bucolic setting that feels more like Upstate New York, the proprietor considers it is among Staten Island's greatest dining secrets. Comment?
Monday Nov 9 | via Sunday Herald
IN the summer of 1986, my then-girlfriend Karen and I moved into an old wood-frame row house on the ragged eastern edge of Boerum Hill. The neighbourhood was pretty rough. Comment?
Thursday Nov 19 | via The Real Deal
The latest batch of reports found that luxury home sales reached an all-time high in Queens and that average Brooklyn rents dipped in October. Reforms to 421a legislation would likely lead to an increase in profits for developers, and letting the program expire would cause fewer developments. Comment?
Monday Nov 16 | via Daily Mail
Family of Maraschino Cherry King who shot himself as police discovered his secret drugs lab fight over fortune while facing $55K monthly fines Officials discovered hundreds of thousands of dollars, 80 to 100lbs of pot and a fleet of vintage cars, including a Rolls Royce and Porsche The family of Brooklyn's Cherry King who shot himself as investigators discovered a secret $10 million drugs lab at his factory are fighting over his fortune despite facing $55K monthly fines. Arthur Mondella's daughter Dana Bentz has asked that the Brooklyn Surrogate's Court give her temporary administration of Dell's Maraschino Cherries so she can pay the $1million criminal fine for her father's huge marijuana operation. Comment?
Sunday Nov 15 | via Examiner.com
On November 13, 2015, the Nassau County Clerk, finally recorded and released a decision that had been made by a Judge on October 29. This decision is the first step in helping a homeowner to save her home from the clutches of criminals who defrauded her and more than 40 other homeowners in an equity skimming scheme, said her attorney, Brian McCaffrey. In August of 2006, homeowner Barabara Evans, was approached by a company called Home Savers Consulting Corp. Home Savers approached Evans and promised to refinance her mortgage, but instead had her sign documents at closing that actually transferred the house to Steve Brown of Brooklyn, NY, . Comment?
Jan 8, 2015 | via American Reporter
American politics isn't kind to the losers. And as far as the conventional political wisdom goes, Mario Cuomo was a loser. Comment?
Monday Nov 23 | via GlobeSt.com
It's all over the news: cyber security impacts your bottom line! Find out how to protect your real assets at cyberSecure . Join professionals from across businesses in New York on December 15-16. Comment?
Monday Nov 23 | via Examiner.com
The Original Hooters of Manhattan presented the 33rd Annual Battle of the Badges on Nov. 20 at The Theater at Madison Square Garden. Boxers from the New York Fire and Police Departments fought valiantly in the latest installation of a rivalry that goes back decades. Comment?
Monday Nov 23 | via New York Daily News
New York City is in the midst of an affordable housing crisis. Thousands of people can barely afford to live here, and what relief might be provided by Mayor de Blasio's ambitious plans is years away. Comment?
Thursday Nov 19 | via TheStreet.com
Quantitative easing has been good for Wall Street, but has it done anything for the average American? It's debatable. At an event this week in New York hosted by Intelligence Squared U.S. , a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization that holds Oxford-style debates on important issues, two teams of two duked it out over this question: Can central banks print prosperity? The audience of about 400 New Yorkers voted on the issue once before the debate and once after. Comment?
5 min ago | via Stuff.co.nz
Jeremy Matthews is a 37-year-old professional who still rents because he reckons buying a house doesn't stack up for him. As the nature of the average family has changed, so has the makeup of households. Comment?
21 min ago | via The Arizona Republic
How 1 couple got thousands to ring bells for Salvation Army When holiday shopping in metro Phoenix this year, look for real estate agents ringing Salvation Army bells. Check out this story on azcentral.com: http://azc.cc/1jnK5Jg When shopping in the Valley during this holiday season, look a little closer at the Salvation Army bell ringers greeting you outside grocery stores and malls. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Accountancy Age
ONE of my favourite books is Alice in Wonderland . I think it must be George Osborne's favourite too. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Seeking Alpha
The Fed took the bait. On October 30, political activist Ralph Nader penned an open letter from "the Savers of America" to Chair Janet Yellen at the U.S. Federal Reserve to share his dissenting views on monetary policy. Comment?
1 hr ago | via St. Petersburg Times
The confetti was flying Oct. 23 at NASDAQ headquarters in Manhattan as LM Funding America became Tampa Bay's newest publicly traded company. By the end of the day, the firm's initial public offering had raised $10 million - peanuts by Wall Street standards but "absolutely exhilarating'' to chairman and CEO Bruce Rodgers. Comment?
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