“A great buyer might be a boutique hotel operator or an events company,” says Jeanne Whipple, owner of the Philly Home Girls at Elfant Wissahickon Realtors®. “This property wouldn’t only be a great palace to live in, but a great place to work or stay if the local ordinances allow it. I’d love to go to a luxury music camp there for a week.” … [Read more...] about Jon Bon Jovi’s New Jersey Home Sale Is Hiding a Huge Secret: Can You Guess?
The always-dashing Pierce Brosnan blew a kiss to Fuerza Bruta cast member Marlyn Ortiz in the middle of Saturday’s performance. Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen will be hitting up Barneys to promote their new clothing line, the Row. Renée Zellweger has agreed to pack on the pounds again for the third installment of Bridget Jones. Like all currently attractive people, Amy Adams swears she was awkward as a teen. Writer Julie Powell, whose adventure in Julia Child’s cooking is chronicled in Julie & Julia, dishes about her “insane, irresistible love affair” in an upcoming memoir. So when you’re watching her movie and you fall in love with her adorable, supportive husband, keep in mind that she cheats on him after the movie ends. And Megan Fox is looking for a new Hollywood Hills pad, and though she says she’s “currently what you would call single I guess,” she’s shacking up with former fiancé Brian Austin Green. … [Read more...] about Jesus Luz Becomes Self-aware
Instead, state officials sought to maintain protections for fish at the state pumps while the federal pumps moved under the dictate of the weakened endangered species rules. The state’s draft of separate pumping procedures marked the end of a longtime policy of running the state and federal pumping stations under the same rules. The problem, which was pointed out by the state’s own water and wildlife experts, was that the state procedures were considered lenient and risky for fish. … [Read more...] about Trump’s California visit raises questions about Newsom’s water policy credibility
Councilman Luke Orlando wants staff to consider Plan B but possibly amend it to provide meter reads on 34-day instead of 32-day cycles. He said if longer read cycles push people’s water consumption higher and possibly move them into a higher tier billing bracket, those fees should be waived as well as any other penalties that might result. … [Read more...] about Pearland ponders what to do after water billing mess
“Some state senators, the vice-chair of our party, the mayor, and others have called for some reforms of how the Democratic Committee, the elected Democratic Committee, makes their endorsements,” said Allegheny County chief executive Rich Fitzgerald on Tuesday. … [Read more...] about Process That Endorsed Democratic State House Candidate Who Wrote ‘Go Trump’ On Facebook Called Into Question