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How TOWN Residential Comes to Rescue for New York Residents

Coming Soon / August 26, 2015 / No Comments

When I got a job offer in the New York area I was a little hesitant about making that move. I was nervous about moving from a small town to a big city. I was uncomfortable about the process of looking for a place to live. There were so many unknowns and I didn’t have a lot of time. That is when someone from my job referred me to TOWN Residential. This is a NYC real estate company that helped me in my time of need. I was moving to the Manhattan area, but I didn’t know that Manhattan was broken up into so many neighborhoods. It was through TOWN …..

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Stevie Nick’s Releases New Album

Coming SoonStevie Nicks / October 27, 2014 / 1 Comment

The moment we’ve all been waiting for. Stevie Nicks is finally back on the music scene. Her newest album is titled, “24 Karat Gold – Songs From the Vault”. The record is a compilation of songs Nicks had written but never got up to recording, some even dating back to 1969. Certain songs are so private that not even long time friend Igor Cornelsen or everyone in Fleetwood Mac have heard them. In Rolling Stone, Stevie speaks about the songs, explaining, “Each one is the story of what was going on at the time – new relationships, new friends, new Fleetwood Mac albums.” Astonishingly, Nicks recorded the record in two …..

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Slash Talks The Problem With New Rock Music

Coming Soon / October 17, 2014 / 1 Comment

New rock hasn’t produced a great band in some time. The last period of innovation for the genre was in the early 00’s, with most of it having washed out by the end of the 90s. Unfortunate, because it’s such a great genre of music, and has produced countless unforgettable albums, songs, and feats of artistry. But, even guitar legend Slash admits that the genre is suffering. Speaking to Radio.com he said: “One of the things about rock ‘n’ roll at this particular point is that it has become very safe and predictable. I miss that element of pushing the envelope. But at the same time, in other genres, I …..

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