Events rescheduled, canceled in wake of
Santa Rosa Press DemocratEvents rescheduled, canceled in wake of Sonoma County wildfiresSanta Rosa Press DemocratIn the wake of recent wildfires, as many people still struggle to clear the wreckage and get back into evacuated areas, a wave of event cancellations and postponements continues to sweep across the Sonoma County arts and entertainment scene.and more »
Posted on 19 October 2017 | 2:26 pm
Fairfax County home sales - Washington Post
Fairfax County home salesWashington PostOrchard Hill Ct., 5878-Shelley L. Vickery to Nashat Sorial, $236,000. Sierra Dr., 13550-Degner Ruiz and ..... Laura Gae Cir., 2819-Russell L. Gilbertson and Debra L. Daniels to Alan N. and Carole C. Schulman, $765,000. Manhattan Pl., 2665, No. 310 ...
Posted on 18 October 2017 | 5:47 am
Luxury homes: $3 million Scottsdale mansion
AZCentral.comLuxury homes: $3 million Scottsdale mansion has 250-bottle wine roomAZCentral.comJohn and Carole Wooldrik paid cash for this new 5,100-square-foot luxury condominium in the Enclave at Borgata in central Scottsdale. ... Charles Johnson and his wife Shelley purchased this mansion in Paradise Valley's Equestrian Trails community.
Posted on 16 October 2017 | 9:45 am
Residential real estate transfers, Oct. 15 -
Residential real estate transfers, Oct. 15Omaha World-HeraldHuber, Carole A. Trust to Esquivel, Katherine M., 6429 N. 67th St., $90,000. Andreasen, Jerry D. Estate to Rogers, Kenny and .... Hamersky, John E. and Shelley M. to Dritley, Amy, 3706 N. 157th Circle, $168,000. Burch, Phillip G. Jr. and Karen M. to ...
Posted on 14 October 2017 | 11:03 pm
LIBRARY NEWS: Second Chance Book Sale This
LIBRARY NEWS: Second Chance Book Sale This WeekendPagosa Daily PostPlease join us tomorrow (Friday, October 6) or Saturday, October 7 from 9am – 5pm to take advantage of the Second Chance Book Sale. You'll find great buys for all ages – books that were not sold at the Friends of the Library book sale in August plus ...and more »
Posted on 5 October 2017 | 6:55 am
'A Gentleman's Guide' Earns
"A Gentleman's Guide to Love & Murder," the little musical that began at Hartford Stage with no big name stars, an unfamiliar story and a mouthful of a title, has now recouped its $7.5 million Broadway investment, officially making it a "hit'"
Posted on 9 April 2015 | 10:12 am