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LeFrak Making Come Back as Roller Rink for Spring

Apr 13, 14 LeFrak Making Come Back as Roller Rink for Spring

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Pack up your ice skates and pull on the rollers, as the $74 million Samuel J. and Ethel LeFrak Center at Lakeside remakes itself from an ice skating rink to a ‘more appropriate for the spring season’ roller-skating rink. The brand new facility premiered in December and brought in about 50,000 visitors during the cold months of...

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Swiss Ski Vacations Made Easy for Families

Apr 10, 14 Swiss Ski Vacations Made Easy for Families

Posted by in All, Entertainment

Although New Yorkers famously love their city, it is also well-known that they also love their vacations. Here is a little survey of some great family-friendly accommodations for people thinking about taking their families on a perfect Swiss ski holiday. Let’s begin with the lovely Hotel Bodmi in Grindelwald, Switzerland. The hotel...

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Northland’s Steven P. Rosenthal – Opportunities and Balance

Apr 03, 14 Northland’s Steven P. Rosenthal – Opportunities and Balance

Posted by in All, Boston, Business, Real Estate

Northland Investment Corporation, based in Newton, Massachusetts, utilizes a large number of sources to find deals. They do not hesitate to seek out brokers, title companies, local contacts and its in-house managers to find the best transactions. Steven P. Rosenthal, Northland President and CEO, explains: “We’re going to be...

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Park Slope Senior Residence Threatened to Close

Mar 30, 14 Park Slope Senior Residence Threatened to Close

Posted by in All, New York

Claiming that operating costs are too high to keep the facility open, the managers of the Prospect Park Residence informed its residents on March 5 that they have 90 days to vacate the premises. For almost anyone in apartment-challenged New York such an ultimatum would be anxiety-producing. But if you were an elderly man or woman,...

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Nothing to Sneeze At: De Blasio Signs Expanded Sick-Leave Law

Mar 24, 14 Nothing to Sneeze At: De Blasio Signs Expanded Sick-Leave Law

Posted by in All, Business

Despite the objections of small businesses, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio signed into law a more inclusive version of the paid-sick-leave mandate which was enacted last year. Last year the private sector said that business expenses would increase as a result of the expanded law and vigorously voiced their opposition. This time...

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Iconic Junior’s Leaving Original Premises to Make Way for High-Rise Condo

Mar 17, 14 Iconic Junior’s Leaving Original Premises to Make Way for High-Rise Condo

Posted by in All, Business

Cashing-in on the sweet real estate market now engulfing Brooklyn, the Rosen family, owners of Junior’s, finally agreed to sell their two-story restaurant to a developer who plans to build a tower of unknown height. Junior’s, which first opened for business in 1950, specializes, and is famous for, it’s luscious Brooklyn cheesecake....

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5 Tips for Outdoor Safety This Summer

Mar 16, 14 5 Tips for Outdoor Safety This Summer

Posted by in Entertainment, New York

As New Yorkers set out for the summer, it’s very important to pay attention to children’s needs and to have the right expectations. Certainly, if you’re heading to a five star hotel, you don’t need to plan ahead too much or think about what your children will need. The hotel will take care of that. But if you’re like so many New... låne uten sikkerhet | kredittkort | lån | uverse coupon code | Thermorollen von RollenLand kaufen | Web cam room | Web cam room | mamee | levitra

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High Fashion Feud Festering Among Boro Presidents

Mar 09, 14 High Fashion Feud Festering Among Boro Presidents

Posted by in All, Lifestyle, Politics

  Fashion Week is just a few days away, and our dedicated leaders are doing what they can to get the word out. Or perhaps it has nothing to do with fashion week, and they are just teasing each other about who is the “fairest borough president” in New York, a la “Sleeping Beauty.” Whichever it is, there can be no denying that...

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