Little Italy was a safe neighborhood. What made it safe was the neighborhood protecting itself. If a stranger was seen going into a building, he was stopped and questioned as to where he was going. And when done poorly, venturing into new territory can be quite costly. I can’t tell you the number of entrepreneurs I’ve met who have made a significant chunk of change selling their businesses, only to lose it pursuing other businesses. Neil Balter, “The Closet Guy,” has lived that nightmare.
The Case for the Dishwasher: Load It UpMartha Stewart says to go ahead and wash your silver in the dishwasher, as do the experts at Beverly Bremer Silver Shop in Atlanta, Georgia. The Beverly Bremer Silver Shop is an Atlanta institution, having been in business for more than 30 years. On their website, Bremer silver experts write that washing sterling silverware in the dishwasher is perfectly OK.
Newcastle Christmas Market: 13 weird finds at Grey’s MonumentThe market is in Toon until Sunday and we took a trip up to find some of the more unique things to tempt visitors into parting with their hard earned14:05, 4 DEC 2014Updated15:31, 4 DEC 2014The market is at Grey’s Monument until Sunday Get what’s on updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailThirteen might be unlucky for some but it won’t be if you’re visiting Newcastle Christmas Market over the next few days.I took a trip up to the festivities at Grey’s Monument today and like the Continental Market that was in town a few weeks ago there are plenty of interesting items to tempt your purse strings.Here’s 13 that caught our interest.1. The quote ‘nobody puts baby in the corner’ is legendary so why not have the famous Dirty Dancing line in your house forever in the form of a tin plaque. Or if that doesn’t float your boat Tin of the Tyne also have Abbey Road signs or old school poster signs advertising trips to the likes of Whitley Bay.2.
As with a lot of homeowners, Nicholas Teetelli garage was a disaster, an overstuffed hodgepodge of tools, seasonal supplies, and things in that weird suburban purgatory not yet ready to be tossed out, but no longer essential. Looked like I could have been on an episode of he said. Kept saying, need to take care of this.
“UAFS is home for Justin. Culture is very important to me, and Justin will build a positive, high energy, trusting culture. It is important to him to have a program that develops young men’s character, which will fit into our athletic culture,” Janz said.