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North Stonington to Lease Gallup House to US Coast Guard Member | North of Stonington

NORTH STONINGTON — A push to convert the John Dean Gallup House space into a cultural center run by non-profit group Milltown Arts has gained momentum in recent weeks, and members of the Board of Selectmen voted on Monday in favor of approval of a short-term lease while volunteers explore …

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This barn has achieved LEED Platinum with its Zen design

The Zen Barn by Christopher Simmonds Architect is a house located in a historic area of ​​Ottawa. It has achieved LEED Platinum status for homes while maximizing a casual, modern style. The second floor cantilevered over the first floor to shelter it from the sun, while a recessed courtyard allows …

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Commission continues public hearing on construction proposal | Top stories

MIDDLEBURY – The Planning and Zoning Commission, meeting on Thursday, May 5, held a public hearing for an application that proposes a new two-story, 16,000 square foot commercial building at 1625 Straits Tpke. Project Manager Emily Jones, PE, Civil One, Woodbury, represented the plaintiff, Middlebury Edge LLC. She described the …

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Kalona Chamber welcomes new staff | Radio KCII

Kalona Chamber welcomes new staff | KCII Radio – The one to rely on Photo courtesy of Kalona Chamber of Commerce The Kalona Chamber of Commerce has a friendly new face in the office. Heather Kemp has joined the …

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A third-grade class visits the Henry County Historical Society Dr. Bloomfield Home and Carriage House Museum | Advertisement

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Boston Victorian Reveals Dazzling Museum Inside

From the outside, this home on the market for $999,000 in the Hyde Park section of Boston is just a traditional Victorian home. However, photos of the interior reveal a dazzling array of sculptures, original paintings, books and figurines filling every room. From a room with shelves full of statues …

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Gold Coast’s disused monorails are set to become holiday accommodation in NSW

After gathering dust in a storage yard for five years, Broadbeach’s former monorails could be well on their way to a new role as holiday accommodation after a private buyer expressed interest in buying them. Key points: The Broadbeach Monorail opened in 1989 and was decommissioned in 2017 Current owner …

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Putting Kids First Event Raises $175,000

PAL benefit honors John Van Dongee and first responders KENNETH SONG / NEWS-PRESS PHOTOSAttendees check out gift packages and other items available for a pre-dinner silent auction during the 22nd Annual Police Activities League Putting Kids First at the Santa Barbara Carriage Museum on Friday. The Police Activities League of …

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Raymond N. Baron, 86 | Obituary

LACONIA – Raymond Nelson Baron, 86, of Shore Drive, died Thursday, April 28, 2022, with his family by his side at Goldenview Healthcare Center, Meredith. Ray was born August 27, 1935 in Lawrence, MA, the son of the late Frederick Baron and Rosa (Guillemette) Baron. Ray attended Central Catholic High …

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Oakville Restored Carshed Celebrating Grand Opening

By Gene Pereira Published on April 26, 2022 at 11:27 am Local residents can celebrate the newly restored Oakville Museum Coach House at the official grand opening on May 14. OAKVILLE CITY IMAGE Oakville’s rich history has a recently restored home. Local residents are invited to come celebrate the city’s …

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The Boulder Bridge House celebrates its 25th anniversary

Over the course of 25 years, Bridge House has changed its name and location. It recruits new general managers and adjusts its programming. But through all these changes, Bridge House has remained simple: the organization is there to help people. The nonprofit serves people who are homeless, largely through its …

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10-acre gated estate at Alamo listed for over $17 million

CONTRA COSTA COUNTY, Calif. (KRON) — A 10-acre gated estate in Alamo is listed at more than $17 million. The property located at 322 Lark Lane is offered at $17,750,000. The property has three homes: the main house, the coach house, and the tennis house, according to the Lake Ridge …

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For less than a million dollars, a vibrant Victorian in Hyde Park

Kelly Garrity – Boston.com correspondent April 21, 2022 9:33 a.m. From the outside, the property with white and black shutters 87, rue de l’Enfant in Hyde Park looks like any other antique home in the city, albeit a bit more substantial at 4,395 square feet. Once through the lilac-hued double …

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Garden Club meets and tours the grounds of historic Houmas House | Ascent

The Gonzales Garden Club met for a business meeting, lunch and garden tour on April 6. The annual flower show has been postponed until next year. Vice President Mary Jo Pohlig reported on preparations for the upcoming Gonzales Centennial celebration. She met with Scot Byrd, administrative manager, at Jambalaya Park …

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The best hotels in London and the UK for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee

Sion TouhigGetty Images It has already been a year of ups and downs for Britain’s longest reigning monarch. In February, Queen Elizabeth quietly ushered in her platinum jubilee – 70 years on the throne – by issuing a statement on the eve reaffirming her commitment to lifelong service. But while …

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Top 10 Things to Do and See in Connecticut Arts and Music April 17-23 – Hartford Courant

Dance in warmer weather with a favorite “RuPaul’s Drag Race”, a Broadway favorite and a carnivorous plant. Two internationally acclaimed movement/dance troupes that have called Connecticut home for decades, Momix and Pilobolus, are both having performances in the state this week. Between them, they elevated body clinging, sliding, clumping, climbing …

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Autism Expo opens new doors for families | Local

SARATOGA SPRINGS — Noah Howarth sat down on a couch with his peers to escape the excitement and noise of vendors in the auditorium. His mother, Kristin Howarth of Queensbury, approached him with a single-page framed poem. Howarth said his 18-year-old non-verbal or “unreliable” son wrote a poem with the …

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East Side Historic Joseph Cooke House hits the market for $2.795 million

Sunday, April 10, 2022 GoLocalProv and Residential Property Content Partnership View larger + East Side Historic Joseph Cooke House PHOTO: Residential Properties Residential properties offer one of the largest homes in Providence. Located on the east side, this home offers five bedrooms and 5.1 bathrooms and over 5,600 square feet …

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Free tree seedlings will be available at Clark, Garwood

CLARK/GARWOOD, NJ – In an effort to bring more greenery to the area and celebrate Arbor Day, residents can get five bare root seedlings for free at Clark and Garwood. The New Jersey Tree Recovery Campaign helps communities restore tree canopy damaged or destroyed by Super Hurricane Sandy. To date, …

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Delton Lake Historic Home Being Moved | Events in Wisconsin Dells

John GITTING A historic Lake Delton house – the last remnant of the future town of Newport – is being relocated. Dawn Manor, which was built in 1855 by Captain Abraham Vanderpoel, a lumber businessman and signatory to the Wisconsin Constitution, is to be moved, according to Lake Delton Village …

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Reflections on domestic life | Columnists

Thoughts on domestic life… There are four of us in the opulent residence we call the Gardens of the East: the beautiful co-conspirator wife, the boy, the girl and your servant. The Eastern Gardens consist of • a lower spa level and the housekeeper’s work area (the basement) where I …

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Historic Homes You Can Own in the Charlottesville Area | Local News

With a stately Greek Revival mansion dating from circa 1904, set on 763 acres of Virginia’s finest countryside, Greenfields exemplifies an era of elegance and dignity in American history. The meticulously updated 8,600 square foot residence exudes southern character and charm with a grand central hall floor plan, sophisticated yet …

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Carriage House and Parkhurst Funding Debate | Winchester

WINCHESTER – Town Meeting recently approved $57,000 to fund architectural and engineering consultancy services to eventually renovate the Carriage House so it can be used as the location for the school department’s central office. This spring, the City Assembly will be asked to fund the actual repair of the shed …

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Room request! The Stafford – Today

There are plenty of contemporary and modern hotels in London, ones that offer the latest in dining and high tech. But there’s something about stepping into a sort of time shift when you visit the city that adds a charming touch to any trip to the UK. The Stafford is …

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I-ACT Sums Up IUPatty’s Weekend | News

Perhaps the biggest events of what was called the IUPatty weekend included the Indiana University of Pennsylvania men’s basketball team’s return Friday from the NCAA Division II tournament and a postponement due to weather for a traditional Sunday campus cleaning effort. However, according to a compilation provided by Michelle Fryling, …

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Kingfly Spirits in Strip District is making something new: a daytime cafe

The Strip District Kingfly Spirits distillery is known for its whiskeys, spiced rums, vodka, gin and liquor, served as cocktails in its lively bar in the evenings. Now Kingfly has added freshly brewed coffee to the mix, looking to claim Daylight Hours as well. Kingfly Café opened Wednesday in the …

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The Shop at 19th & Chestnut brings business to Erie’s Little Italy

VIDEO ID 9454227002 Pat and Rachel McCreary flew under the radar with a project that spanned a decade. But over the past few years, as they worked to transform the corner of 19th and Chestnut streets into an inviting space, their project became a highlight of Erie’s Little Italy neighborhood. …

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The $3.25M Cobourg property has 4 homes, including a heritage mansion

COBURG Location: 9421 County Road 2, County 2 Rd. and Joe Oliver Rd. Ask for a price: $3,250,000 Cut: Four houses including 6,400 sq.ft. Principal residence; 1,700 square foot home at the front of the property; 2,000 square foot home in back; 5,000 square feet homecoming Parcel: approximately 6.6 acres, …

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Period views: a view from above

There are times in life when we comfortably dream of the impossible, sleepy hours spent flying through the countryside on a sunny summer day above the brilliant blue sky. Such dreams are now a reality, but there was a time when such thoughts were only the result of a very …

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Historic District Commission discusses 139 The Great Road as new home for fire station

The Historic District Commission may thwart construction of a new fire station at 139 The Great Road. The property at 30 North Road – currently the Bedford Motel – appeared to HDC members as the obvious alternative. Although the purchase of 139 The Great Road will not be decided until …

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The case of a disputed garage in the Licking Riverside district of Covington is now in the Court of Appeal

By Judy ClabesNKyTribune Editor A Kenton County judge’s decision on the real estate dispute between neighbors over ownership of a garage in Covington’s historic Licking Riverside neighborhood has now been appealed to the Kentucky Court of Appeals. . The contentious lawsuit pits neighbors Marc Tischbein and Peggy Rankin, owners of …

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Scheduling requests approved and denied in Swindon this week

EASTCOTT: The developers want to transform a former lawyer’s office in the old town into two apartments. Few details were submitted in the application, but the plans seek permission to convert the basement of the office into a one-bedroom studio and to convert the first and second floors of the …

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OVER TIME: Week of March 9, 2022 | News

100 years ago American Legion post Roy Hamm of Monticello will present “a pair of sixes” at the Monticello Opera. It can be seen on two different nights. The Village of DeLand’s board meeting last Monday evening included discussions on items such as repairing the village hall chimney and purchasing …

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A star-studded feast at the Manoir d’Adare

It’s ridiculous to say that Adare Manor feels like home, but no one is more surprised than me. It’s not that I was born in the mansion, far from it. Rather, the iconic five-star hotel manages to feel like both a grand estate and an intimate home thanks to an …

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Jim McKee: Lincoln’s founding block has a long and varied history | Nebraska News

JIM McKEE for Lincoln Journal Star As anyone driving on P, Q, Ninth or 10th Street in downtown Lincoln in December 2021 or January 2022 can attest, the more than half a block once occupied by the Lincoln Journal Star is nearly empty. That leaves most of what the Nebraska …

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Two-bedroom house on sale for £315,000 looks normal from the outside

A HARRY POTTER-inspired apartment in the heart of Edinburgh has gone on sale for £315,000. The two-bedroom property, in the Canongate area of ​​Scotland’s capital, looks normal from the outside, but it’s a Potterhead’s dream once you walk through the front door. 13 A two-bedroom apartment on sale for £315,000 …

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Aaron Burr’s New York home is asking for $10 million

Hamilton lovers take note. One of the West Village’s most photographed homes is back on the market for $9.99 million after a gut renovation. Located at 29 Downing St. in historic Greenwich Village, the 25-foot-wide carriage house was originally built in 1829 on land that belonged to Aaron Burr, America’s …

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Dispute over garage in historic Licking Riverside in Covington finally goes to appeals court

By Judy ClabesNKyTribune Editor A real estate dispute in Covington’s historic Licking Riverside has neighbors in a feud that rivals the legendary Hatfields and McCoys – ‘bullets fired’ being legal deposits that come and go and pile up as high as the grand mansion “Main House”. Now that Kenton Circuit …

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Local teenagers hold climate change rally outside West Orange Town Hall – Essex News Daily

This slideshow requires JavaScript. WEST ORANGE, NJ Residents of West Orange gathered outside City Hall on February 20 for a student-led climate change rally, complete with a composting demonstration by Roosevelt Middle School’s Environmental Club. Spurred by the landslide that prompted the evacuation of the Ron Jolyn apartment complex after …

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The long and the short of it…

An undated photo (check car) of the Longhouse and the Shorthouse. Fri, February 25, 2022 11:05 a.m. Over the next five months, the Lewiston Historical Association and the Lewiston Bicentennial Committee will team up with Niagara Frontier Publications to highlight news, events and features commemorating Lewiston’s first 200 years. These …

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Vann Graves reflects on magnifying black voices and the current creative landscape – VCU News

By Joan Tupponce With the February release of “The Black Experience in Design: Identity, Reflection & Expression,” Vann Graves, Ph.D., executive director of Virginia Commonwealth University’s Brandcenter and anthology contributor, adds another accolade to his already long list of accomplishments. Her segment in the anthology, “Another Brick in the Wall,” …

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Jean G. Foote, 65 | Obituary

BELMONT — Jean G. Foote, 65, of Mile Hill Road, passed away peacefully on Friday, February 11, 2022 at Concord Hospital-Laconia. Jean was born July 5, 1956 in Bridgeport, CT, the daughter of the late John T. and Ethel “Maggie” (Ainsworth) Butler. Jean moved to the Lake District about 30 …

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4 bedroom house in Kingsley – $315,000 |

Swoon! Lovingly restored and completely updated craftsman on half an acre of land. Find all the modern updates and conveniences you expect, along with a high-end restoration of original 1910 features just 30 miles from Sioux City. New air conditioning and furnace in 2021, new paint throughout. The main floor …

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Fall of society pages at jail disrupts Greenwich

“How was it sealed? ” she asked. Ms McGrath said she was still not used to the signs of prosperity surrounding her. “I drive a Ford versus, you know, a Maserati,” she said. A few stores down past Lululemon and Saks Fifth Avenue, past a Yeti-branded water bowl for thirsty …

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Mina Starsiak Hawk Teases More ‘Layers of Drama’ for HGTV’s ‘Good Bones’ Season 7 (Exclusive)

good bones Season 7 will return this summer, but before the HGTV show’s all-new series of episodes featuring rehabbed homes in downtown Indianapolis alongside an affable mother-daughter duo, the series Mina Starsiak Hawk told PopCulture.com exclusively that the next season will see “a lot more layers to the drama” than …

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Clevelanders cash in by renting out their homes for All-Star Week

CLEVELAND — All eyes will be on Cleveland for the 75th NBA All-Star Game. “It is estimated that more than two billion people worldwide will consume some of this event. It just helps Cleveland in a lot of ways in terms of continuing to improve the perception of Cleveland,” said …

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Generous donation will help introduce Emily Dickinson to new generations (editorial)

Emily Dickinson could never have imagined the global sensation she would one day become. The world she lived in in the 19th century revolved around Amherst, even when her friend Samuel Bowles, publisher of the Springfield Republican, shared her work in what was then New England’s most influential newspaper. The …

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Coach Outlet Just Got A Bunch Of New Arrivals ‘Direct To Coach Retail Stores’, And You Need To See The Reduced Prices

Our team is dedicated to finding and telling you more about the products and offers we like. If you also like them and decide to purchase through the links below, we may receive a commission. Pricing and availability are subject to change. Shopping at outlet stores can be a bit …

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Fascinating oral history project at Brough House opens Sunday | Maitland’s Mercury

news, Brough House will open its doors with an exciting exhibition on Sunday February 13, telling the stories of students and teachers from Maitland Girls High School during Maitland’s time during World War II. The oral history project was organized by Friends of Grossmann and Brough Houses, who interviewed 15 …

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Muhlenberg Greene architects breathe new life into old buildings

Former factory buildings converted into a residence for the elderly. A former carriage shed transformed into a space for meetings, training and conviviality. A historic hotel transformed into modern apartments and commercial space. What was once a chandelier factory has been transformed into a hip distillery and tasting room. These …

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Saratoga Community Briefings for the week of Feb. 11 – The Mercury News

Art opening in Hakone A sculpture exhibit by San Jose artist Ken Matsumoto is at Hakone Estate and Gardens and is set to open Feb. 20. Matsumoto has been working with stone slabs, concrete, glass and steel since 1976. The exhibition features his stone sculpture works.The Hakone Foundation presents the …

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Kat Von D Wants $15 Million For Victorian With Blood Red Pool

Even in Windsor Square, an area filled to the brim with some of the city’s finest pre-WWII architecture, this three-story Victorian stands alone. The dramatic mansion is owned by tattoo artist Kat Von D, who just listed it for $15 million. The Gothic haunt has lived a busy life over …

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Denver businesses apply for hospitality licenses to allow patrons to smoke weed

A Cap Hill mansion-turned-B&B, an existing private club in RiNo, and a new addition to South Broadway’s “Green Mile” are the first three businesses to apply for a marijuana hospitality license from the city of Denver. Denver has separate licenses allowing businesses to grow, transport, and sell cannabis. But this …

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The behind-the-scenes drama that sunk Adele’s Vegas residency, more ICYMI | Gallery

By Mark Gray 12:08 p.m. PST, January 28, 2022 DRAMA!!! The last-minute postponement of Adele’s Las Vegas residency continues to cause a stir as rumors swirl about the reasons for the scrapping of the 11th Hour. When the singer abruptly canceled on the eve of her Caesars Palace premiere, she …

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OhioHealth makes new investments in West Columbus

Last month, Ohio Health Doctors Hospital bought the medical practice building opposite the hospital, located at 5109 Broad Street West. Renovations to this building will follow. Beginning in January 2022, OhioHealth will begin planning and design work for a complete renovation at the recently purchased medical office building attached to …

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Kat Von D’s ‘Cheaper By the Dozen’ Movie Mansion Up for Sale for $15 Million

Steve Martin not included. Tattoo artist Kat Von D has put her Victorian Los Angeles mansion – which also happens to be the setting for the 2003 film “Cheaper By the Dozen” – up for sale for a whopping $15 million. While the 12,000+ square foot property looked cozy and …

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Jeanne Therese Newlin | News, Sports, Jobs

JEANNE NEWLIN Jeanne Theresa Newlin was born in Longview, Washington, to Vincent Newlin and Henrietta Bross Newlin. She was the first child of ten, growing up in rural Oregon southwest of Portland with five brothers and four sisters. She graduated from St. Mary’s Academy in downtown Portland in 1956 and …

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5 Fort Worth mansions worthy of a castle – including a $12.9 million Westlake Stunner

EEven if you weren’t “mansion-born,” you can still lead an opulent life in North Texas. While rustic-style ranches and sleek modernity are fine with some people, others are more drawn to a continental-style mansion. Old-world craftsmanship and finishes prove that a home really can be your own castle. Whether it’s …

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Joel Harris Fenster of MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS at Curtain Call

Even decades after her death, Agatha Christie remains the queen of mysteries. You could curl up in front of the fireplace with one of his 66 novels, or you could brave the cold and see Ken Ludwig Murder on the Orient Express at Curtain Call’s Dressing Room theater. The play …

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Retail, planned apartments in area along Trinity River near WestBend

By Bob Francis A prominent location on the Trinity River that has lain vacant for years could soon see development. The 9.5-acre site is located at 1500 Merrimac Circle, just north of and adjoining Trademark’s WestBend development. At the Fort Worth Zoning Commission meeting on January 12, Carriage House Development …

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One America News Network dropped by DirecTV

Pay-TV satellite service DirecTV will drop One America News Network, known as OAN, when the right-wing channel’s current distribution deal expires, likely a critical hit to OAN’s viewership and finances . About 90% of the right-wing network’s revenue came from a contract with AT&T TV platforms including DirecTV and U-verse, …

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Butler-Tarkington borough goes 1 year without murder amid violence reduction efforts

INDIANAPOLIS — A North Side Indianapolis neighborhood is making progress in its efforts to reduce violent crime. The Butler-Tarkington neighborhood has gone 365 days without another murder, which community leaders and those involved in anti-violence efforts attribute to the community as a whole. It’s the fourth time since 2016 that …

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Ford Motor Co. opens Michigan Central Station to provide update on renovations

The top three floors of Ford Motor Co.’s Michigan Central Station will be dedicated to a luxury hotel and restaurants when a massive five-year renovation project is completed by mid-2023. The 100,000 square feet on the ground floor of Detroit’s former transcontinental gateway will be a combination of public gathering …

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1 bedroom house in Decatur – $ 124,900 |

This carriage house is a hidden gem !! The lovely living room on the 2nd floor offers a magnificent view of the lake !! It is a very pleasant, comfortable and manageable property. The 3 year old space features beautiful hand scraped acacia wood floors. You walk into a good …

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Teahouse plans to find a new home in the country house stables

The old shed at Leadenham Estate will become the new location of Leadenham Teahouse. EMN-211230-164552001 The ongoing pandemic making it difficult to reopen and the need to vacate the premises of the post office they shared with their mother, post mistress, sisters Kirsty Kershaw and Katie Mace have decided to …

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6 Connecticut cities with thriving art scenes

January 6, 2022Updated: January 6, 2022 3:23 p.m. New Haven singer Thabisa Rich, who was born and raised in South Africa, performs a sound check while rehearsing on the New Haven Green ahead of a performance at the International Festival of Arts and Ideas later the night of 23 June …

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Newtown Estate offers a main house, guest house and shed

NEWTOWN, CT – Built in 1984, this Newtown estate sits on 7.07 acres and offers eight bedrooms and seven bathrooms, as listed on Redfin. The property has a main house, guest house and shed, in addition to a swimming pool and tennis court, among other desirable features. It is on …

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Strange mansions have a connection tunnel and a “throne room” gazebo

through: Kevin S. Held, Nexstar Media Wire Posted: January 2, 2022 / 3:50 p.m. EST / Update: January 2, 2022 / 3:50 p.m. EST CARTHAGE, Mo. (KTVI) – A pair of Victorian-style mansions in southwest Missouri have caught the eye of Zillow gone wild, a Twitter account dedicated to sharing …

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Carter Mansion in Carthage brings national attention to Zillow | Local news

VSARTHAGE, Mo. – One of Carthage’s most historic homes is on the market, and its listing with an online real estate company has gained national attention. Ron Petersen Sr. and the Ruth I. Kolpin Foundation, named after his mother, have decided to sell Carter Estates, a complex on East Chestnut …

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Newly Listed Homes for Sale in the Mattoon, Charleston & Coles County Area | Local

WESTERN RED CEDAR FRAME HOUSE LOCATED ON A STREAM AND A PRAIRIE IN UNION TOWNSHIP, CUMBERLAND COUNTY, ILLINOIS. THE PROPERTY IS SOLD “AS IS” This home is in a secluded location in the midst of approximately 60 acres of woodland and next to a pond. The house is 44 feet …

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Are you looking for something to do? Here are the best entertainment options in North Carolina before the New Years

(WNCT) – “There will be parties to throw, cocktails to toast, and fake Christmas carols.” Stay on top of the latest news and weather with the FOX8 mobile app. You’ve searched for the best entertainment options in North Carolina, but can’t seem to find enough options to meet your adventure …

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Colorado Couple’s Local Disc Golf Business Started with ‘Spider House’ in Benton, IL | Local news

Here’s the scenario: Two people from Colorado – one with a detail-oriented personality, the other with a passion for a growing sport – were looking to move somewhere with a historic home in need of updating. They find the perfect location in Southern Illinois and combine their move and interests …

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Guardian Angels: Local nonprofit helps families after house fires

Carrington The fire had swept everything away. Brittany Painter often thinks about this fire. She was 13 years old and one of her close friends was the victim of a fire. They ended up losing everything. While there were resources that could have helped them, both immediately and in the …

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Hutch Rec gifted the Reno County community with a free Christmas event

The smell of sugar, gumballs and cinnamon filled Memorial Hall on Saturday, where thousands of Reno County residents visited the historic site to decorate gingerbread houses for the holiday season. Hutch Rec’s annual gingerbread house decorating event has partnered with nearly 10 community partners to make 1,230 prefabricated gingerbread houses …

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The founder of Uno Pizzeria initially intended to open this type of restaurant.

After 12 years of success, the founders of Uno Pizzeria & Grill, Ike Sewell and Ric Riccardo Sr., decided it was time to expand their deep pizza business. Located on a plot across from Uno, the new Pizzeria Due opened in 1955 (via the Uno website). Having two restaurants across …

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YouTube TV loses ESPN, other Disney networks after failing to strike new deal

YouTube TV failed to strike an eleventh-hour deal with Disney to keep more than a dozen Disney-owned channels on the TV’s live streaming service. As of December 18, popular networks, including ESPN and ABC, have been removed from the service. As promised, YouTube TV dropped its subscription to $ 50 …

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Long-dead record label Windham Hill’s Winter Solstice tour turns 35

Barbara Higbie (left), Todd Boston and Mia Pixley are scheduled to perform as part of the annual Windham Hill Winter Solstice production. Photo: Irene Young A question of “Jeopardy” style: Founded in a garage in the Palo Alto area, this company has turned a well-established business model upside down, opened …

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The owners of the Château de Bonnyconnellan are not afraid of ghosts

SIDNEY – Bonnyconnellan Castle, located at 105 North Walnut Ave., was purchased through Gay Smith & Associates on December 7, 2021, for $ 202,000 by Heather Drysdale and John Moffitt, who will relocate to live there from Bremerton , Washington. The castle was named to the National Register of Historic …

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Christmas in Saint-Augustin | Letters to Father Christmas from 1921

For decades, The Record has been a part of one of St. Augustine’s annual holiday traditions: posting letters from local children to Santa so that he and everyone else can read them. The following letters were first published in what was called the St. Augustine Evening Record in December 1921 …

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Wyckoff Estate Offers Stunning Privacy and Surroundings for $ 3.9 Million

WYCKOFF, NJ – If the idea of ​​a spacious property in a private and secluded living environment was on the vacation shopping list for home hunters looking to relocate to Wyckoff, this amazing property can certainly make that happen. dreams come true. The historic main house has four bedrooms, making …

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Rhode Island Historic Estate, once owned by Iwo Jima Memorial sculptor, finds buyer

Beacon Rock, the historic Newport, Rhode Island estate, once owned by Marine Corps memorial sculptor Iwo Jima, has been sold for $ 23 million. Beacon Rock is a “masterpiece,” David Huberman of Gustave White Sotheby’s International Realty said in a statement. It is “considered by many to be one of …

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Garden Notes: December 8, 2021

Berkshire Botanical Garden Ornamental vegetable garden. Springfield Garden Club Program SPRINGFIELD – The Springfield Garden Club will host “Holiday Flora Design and Boutique” on Friday, December 17 at 11:30 am The event will take place in person at the Barney Carriage House in Forest Park as well as virtually via …

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Can virtual reality fix the workplace?

Not long ago, I decided to try writing an article in a virtual world. It was not the first time that I had this idea. In the spring of 2016, a student in the computer science department at Georgetown University set up an HTC Vive virtual reality platform in a …

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Zack Garceau’s “Great Stories from Westerly’s Past”, New Westerly Story Book, Launches Tuesday | West

WESTWARD – About this bridge between Watch Hill and Montauk. It may sound absurd, and the notion of such a structure is generally closed if it ever comes up for serious discussion, but that was not the case in the 1960s, according to local historian Zachary J. Garceau. Garceau, 31, …

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Full recap of Story County winter festivals and markets

Ames Main Street will hold its annual Snow Magic celebration from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Friday. The festivities include a tree-lighting ceremony, horse-drawn carriage rides, tours with Santa, activities for the kids, and a hot cider competition called WassailFest. “Snow Magic is so much fun,” Sarah Dvorsky, executive …

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James Robert Davis: a woman accused of “sex cult” of Armidale

A woman suspected of being one of the partners of an alleged sex cult leader has been charged as police continue to investigate the group. One of the partners of a man who runs a polyamorous BDSM group on a rural farm will appear in court on Tuesday after being …

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How does an NC Christmas tree get to the White House?

The White House 2021 Christmas tree is cut in a ceremony at Peak Farms in Jefferson on Wednesday, November 17, 2021. North Carolina growers will produce between 5.5 and 6.5 million Christmas trees this holiday season. Travis Long [email protected] READ MORE Insufficient Christmas trees? COVID-19-induced supply chain issues have delayed …

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The Hamptons’ Retail Boom: Growing Pains

To receive the Vogue Business newsletter, register here. Around this time of fall, Randy Neuringer would typically be in a ball gown in the social hustle and bustle of Manhattan as it heats up after Labor Day in early September. Labor Day is the deadline for made by fashion that …

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Residents of the village of Batavia petition to save the Carriage House.

Pictured is the Carriage House in the village of Batavia, which residents fear may be demolished to make room for parking. The house was built in the late 1800s. Residents of the village of Batavia attempt to save the Carriage House, led in part by two newcomers recently elected to …

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Knoxville store will feature coffee from around the world

KNOXVILLE – A 20-year vision will come true when Stir Coffee Company opens next month in downtown Knoxville. Joel and Kim Lewis plan to open Stir Coffee Company at 226 E. Main St. in Knoxville, a property that recently housed Beans N Things. “Well, I had an idea about 20 …

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In Kenosha and Beyond, Guns Become More Common on American Streets

By MORGAN LEE, The Associated Press Across much of the United States, it has become increasingly acceptable for Americans to walk the streets with firearms, whether carried openly or legally concealed. The trend could be seen last week in the city of Wisconsin where Kyle Rittenhouse was acquitted of two …

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Historic Quad Cities Homes Celebrate the Season

Several historic homes in the Quad Cities region will be decorated for the holidays and open for public tours and special events during the first weekend of December, each representing the architectural beauty of a different era. Moline’s Deere-Wiman House, Overlook, was designed in 1872 by Chicago architect William Le …

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Activities to do this weekend in New Jersey from November 19 to 21

SHADY BROOK FARM It’s time to light up your weekend with some of Garden State’s most spectacular light shows! Watch a real big Santa light up on Friday. Spend Saturday learning how to make a wreath, don ice skates, or watch the Cape May tree lighting. The cheerful spirit of …

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The next five Saturdays will be a celebration of Christmas in Elizabethton Parks | New

ELIZABETHTON – Saturday will mark the start of the Christmas season in downtown Elizabethton, as that’s when the traditional lighting of the 78-foot-tall Frazier Christmas tree will take place. Tree lighting is always a bright spot for the Carter County holiday season. The lighting is also the time when the …

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Small Flowers in Bloom – Pittsburgh Quarterly

Little Flower stands majestically where it has always stood, on a small cliff overlooking Woodland Road in Shadyside. Built in 1910 by Daniel Clemson, a steel executive who lived in Highmont on the corner of Fifth and Shady, it was a gift for his son, Ralph. With nine bedrooms and …

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