Month: July 2019

With a population of 95, Shionohara is a hamlet nestled in the rural town of Minamiaizu in Fukushima Prefecture Jenna Wang MINAMIAIZU, JAPAN – 72-year-old Haga Ichio and his 66 year-old wife, Tomio Ichio, live in a dying village in Japan. Their humble two-story abode in Shionohara has been home to the Ichio family for
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Minted x Samsung Lyrical by Sarah McInroe Minted In recent years, television technology has rapidly improved. Screens are clearer and larger. Colors are truer and brighter. Units are thinner and designed to be to less obtrusive. But no matter which make and model you choose, whether it is sitting on top of an entertainment center
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Weather prediction is getting much better. Now, innovative companies are spinning that increased capability into lucrative new business models. ClimaCell, featured in a July 24 Forbes story, combines data analytics, traditional inputs and the analysis of signals beamed between cellular towers to predict local weather six hours in advance. The dark clouds. The sky in black. Pattern
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Magic 8 ball of predictions in female hand with red nails isolated on white background Getty I recently came across an advertisement that boasted how you could retire on stocks that feature 8% dividend yields. What you’ll read below isn’t an exact quote, since my goal with this article isn’t to step on anyone’s toes.
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Marine Lance Corporal John Curtin and his family. Nicole Hill Gerulat When the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) became a law 1990, it ensured legal rights across a variety of areas from employment to education, transportation and public accommodations in commercial buildings. While it addressed many major issues, one area where people with disabilities and their families
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The Zipper Building, a former zipper factory in Long Island City, retains original features like exposed brick. Modern Spaces Everywhere you turn in New York City, it seems there’s a new glass tower springing from the ground. But some developers have decided instead to repurpose vacant, historic properties, and getting creative by retaining their original
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How to Buy Bank Owned Real Estate – http://realestatecoachingandmentoring.com/real-estate-investing-coaching-tips-bank-reo As a word of caution, I do not necessarily believe that bank owned real estate, or REOs, are the best way to buy properties. After all, REOs are listed on the MLS, which means that they are being sold at retail prices and there is a
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In this video, vacant land real estate expert Peter Toth from www.landbuyusa.com shares some . of the pros and cons or using a realtor to sell vacant land. Visit LandBuyUSA.com to get your all cash offer on your unwanted or unused property. We buy raw land, vacant land and unused land in Florida and all
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