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By Laura Cerrano, Certified Feng Shui Expert, Speaker & Researcher
(Feng Shui Manhattan Long Island)
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After the snowstorm this week and the driving rain tonight, I am glad to be getting back to warmer thoughts.  My "Spring Like" day in New York City.  (Sorry, we are FAR from over; this was one long, beautiful day).  Besides, I love to show New York City-as seen from a Feng Shui Consultant's eyes....

By Laura Cerrano, Certified Feng Shui Expert, Speaker & Researcher
(Feng Shui Manhattan Long Island)
Comments 22
 Many people have asked for more information about what we call "The Tradition of the Red Envelopes" as it relates to Feng Shui.  Here's my disclaimer, right at the beginning:  I can only tell you the way I personally practice the tradition, which is exactly as I was taught in 1996.  I know it is...

By Laura Cerrano, Certified Feng Shui Expert, Speaker & Researcher
(Feng Shui Manhattan Long Island)
Comments 25
I believe in the power of words.  I believe every single thing you write that is posted on the Internet represents you.  I have many of my thoughts and ideas through articles and blogs on the Art of Feng Shui and my beliefs about it as I have been posting for years.I also believe people can eithe...

By Laura Cerrano, Certified Feng Shui Expert, Speaker & Researcher
(Feng Shui Manhattan Long Island)
Comments 30
Growing up on Long Island, my parents very rarely went into New York City; I can remember them taking me to Radio City Music Hall and The Old Ed Sullivan Theatre-and that's about all.  It wasn't until I was 17 and dating someone who lived in Queens that I got "introduced" to the City.When I wrote...

By Patricia Kennedy, Home in the Capital
(RLAH Real Estate)
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Earlier today, I found myself in front of an old favorite haunt, FAO Schwartz, in search of a baby present for a favorite client's first grandchild.  So I went inside and began my exploration.  My needs were simple.  I was looking for something nice, cuddly and made someplace other than China.  N...

By Patricia Kennedy, Home in the Capital
(RLAH Real Estate)
Comments 11
As I was walking down Park Avenue the other day, I reached the intersection with East 49th Street of was literally pulled through a revolving door by some unknown force!  While I lived in New York for over 10 years, I had never set foot inside of this amazing city landmark, and when I finally wal...

By Mitchell J Hall, Lic Associate RE Broker - Manhattan & Brooklyn
(Compass)
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New residents in New York City may be overwhelmed by the vast array of public services and municipal structure that they find upon arrival. The following information is a general guide for new New Yorkers who are trying to get settled. Driver's licenses For on-line instructions visit http://www.n...

By Ross Ellis
(Halstead Property, LLC)
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1. Plan ahead by organizing and budgeting. Develop a master "to do" list so you won't forget something critical. To estimate costs, get quotes from two or three reputable movers.2. Sort and get rid of things you no longer want or need. Have a garage sale, donate to a charity, or recycle.3. Don't ...

By Jesse Frank
(Citi-Spaces)
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The Crosby Connection is a nice sandwich stand located by the intersection of Crosby and Bleecker St. (@ 172 Crosby St.)  The sandwiches are actually very good.  I was saddened to learn that their lease is almost up & it looks like they will be pushed into finding a new location.  If you want to ...

By Chris Campbell
(CD&C Business & Legal Form Processing Services, LLc)
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Marketing your business should be done on a consistent basis even if your business is successful.  It is also encourage having several ways of marketing your business however; making sure to keep track of your marketing methods to determine which methods works best for your type of business.CD&C ...

By John Andrew
(DMV)
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While a child is growing he is also developing his psychology and character, parents need to encourage their child to develop self motivation at an early age so he can achieve his goals in life and acquire a personality that will never give up.

By Sal Poliandro - NJ Bergen County Realtor, Short Sale Specialist - CDPE, SRES, SFR, IRES
(RE/MAX Properties)
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This past weekend talks came to an abrupt halt after negotiators were unable to reach a middle ground.  This means no Broadway shows through November 25th...prime Thanksgiving holiday travel.  Many families will be very disappointed this holiday season when they visit the city in hopes of seeing ...

By Patricia Kennedy, Home in the Capital
(RLAH Real Estate)
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      Washington, DC where I live,  and New York City, where I am visiting, have something important in common.  Both have beautiful urban oases designed by Frederick Law Olmsted. The topography of Central Park was carved out by the glaciers that covered the area during the Ice Age.  The Park has...

By Patricia Kennedy, Home in the Capital
(RLAH Real Estate)
Comments 5
Yesterday, the sun came out, and we took a walk up 5th Avenue to a favorite old haunt of mine, the Metropolitan Museum of Art.  When I lived here, my fifth floor walk-up apartment was in a run-down brownstone around the corner, and I visited the place often. The Met is an amazing place, with the ...

By Scott Slocum, Scott Slocum & Associates 239-222-4800, Cape Coral
(Florida Future Realty Inc.)
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It seems to be a common thread my generation to ask "Where were you on September 11th, 2001?" For generations such as my parents and their parents it used to be "Where were you the day that JFK was shot?" or "Where were you when the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor?" Some people these days feel tha...
Yesterday I posted My Memories From 2001 and told you it would be continued...Here are my memories of the Memorial in 2002 at Ground Zero. July of 2002, I called my mom and begged her to come to Upstate NY. I told her I wanted to spend my birthday at Ground Zero at the 9/11 Memorial. She could fl...

By The Tier Group
(The Tier Group)
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If you are familiar with Ground Zero in the city of New York, then you know that hundreds of people visit this site to pay homage to the bravery of the people who we lost on 9/11.David Rockwell headed the group of designers and architests who designed the Ground Zero Platform. Kurt Andersen, a jo...

By Ross Ellis
(Halstead Property, LLC)
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  No matter where you choose to live in New York City, living here is like no other place in the world. New York City offers Broadway, entertainment, world class museums and art galleries, fashion, shopping, restaurants, finance, diverse and interesting neighborhoods, sports, Central Park and so ...
According to the National Association of Realtors, 98% of real estate agents sell homes and close deals. Only 2% of all For Sale By Owners (FSBOs) sell on their own.Home owners know their homes, thus the idea "we can sell it ourselves and save the commission." But what do sellers really save?And ...

By Ross Ellis
(Halstead Property, LLC)
Comments 1
  The average sale price for Manhattan apartments set a new record in the second quarter, reaching $1,300,212. This figure was 7% higher than a year ago. The median price also reached a new high, and at $840,000 was up 11% from the second quarter of 2006.Demand for apartments has surged over the ...

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