Leslie Gudel remains one of the most recognizable faces to Philadelphia sports fans, thanks to the 19 years she spent as an anchor and Phillies reporter on Comcast SportsNet. But these days, with her hair cut shorter and her face covered with glasses, she’s a little less recognizable to the people she’s interacting with in her new career selling real estate for Coldwell Banker, working out of the agency’s Wayne office. >> READ MORE: Former Comcast SportsNet host Ron Burke returning to TV On a recent day, Gudel had just finished showing an apartment to two clients and happened to mention she was heading to Cooperstown, N.Y., for her son’s baseball tournament. Blissfully unaware of Gudel’s lengthy career covering baseball, they informed her that’s where the Baseball Hall of Fame is located. “I said, ‘That’s cool. I’ve been a baseball fan for a long time, and I can’t believe I haven’t been there … [Read more...] about Leslie Gudel spent 19 years on Comcast SportsNet. Now she’s selling houses.
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Zoë Bernard, provided by Published 11:02 am, Monday, February 26, 2018 Koio What do millennials want from their footwear? It's a question that Johannes Quodt and Chris Wichert have explored ever since they booked a one-way ticket to Italy in 2014 with the quest of creating a shoe tailored to the taste of today's up-and-comers. Millennials, Quodt and Wichert know, are discerning shoppers. They demand quality from the brands they buy from, but they're also drawn to companies that deliver up authenticity in their business practices and in their products. Recommended Video: Now Playing: This is the last of nine episodes we are publishing ahead of the german elections. We are in Halle, Saxony-Anhalt. The interview is filmed in the company of the interviewee. Martin Menz, CEO Relaxdays: “My name is Martin Menz, I am 32 years old, I’m an entrepreneur from Halle. The name of my company is relaxdays and we sell house, garden and leisure products, online … [Read more...] about Move over, Prada: Millennials can’t get enough of Koio, an Italian sneaker company that sells luxury shoes for a fraction of the cost
It doesn’t matter if your team is in the Super Bowl, you’re simply excited to escape the house, or you’re just going for the commercials (and your cousin’s blue ribbon-winning Buffalo Chicken Dip). Everyone throwing or attending a Super Bowl party can agree on one thing: Monday morning is going to be terrible. And if that’s the case, we might as well maximize our enjoyment of the big game party — and coast through the next day on fumes and the lingering burn of Frank’s Red Hot. Whether you’re hosting a Super Bowl shindig or simply attending one, everyone has a critical role to play in making this a night to remember — and not simply an evening of eating store-brand salsa in a cramped living room on a dirty ottoman continuously chirping, “I can’t see. What’s the score? I can’t see. What’s the score!” The New England Patriots, Philadelphia Eagles, Justin Timberlake, and some random car … [Read more...] about Plan hard, win easy: Your RVA Super Bowl house party guide
The San Diego County median home price was $529,750 in October, a steady decrease from its peak this summer, real estate tracker CoreLogic reported Wednesday. An all-time peak of $545,000 was reached in June. The median home price has increased 4.4 percent in a year as of October. It is the lowest yearly gain since June 2016, but could just mean more sales at the lower end or a slight cooling of the market after a busy summer buying season. Mark Goldman, finance and real estate lecturer at San Diego State University, said it’s clear the market slowed, but was not a reason to panic. “I’m seeing a few examples of agents that are a bit surprised in some sub-markets that homes are not selling as quickly or at as high a price as they expected,” he said. “But, San Diego is still one of the most robust markets in the country.” The average time on market in October was 30 days, said the Greater San Diego Association of Realtors, down from 34 days at the same … [Read more...] about Got $529,750 for a San Diego house?
The "Saturday Night Fever" home of disco king Tony Manero (played by John Travolta) is up for sale for $2,498,000. Judy Dutton, provided by Published 4:30 pm, Thursday, December 7, 2017 Photo: Realtor.com; Sunset Boulevard/Corbis Via Getty Images Image 1of/1 CaptionClose Image 1 of 1 Photo: Realtor.com; Sunset Boulevard/Corbis Via Getty Images Will the Famous 'Saturday Night Fever' Home Sell ... or Sit? 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Any "Saturday Night Fever" fans still kicking up their dance shoes out there? Then you may want to hustle on down to Bay Ridge, NY, where the home of disco prince Tony Manero (played by John Travolta) is up for sale for $2,498,000. Located at 221 79th St. in Brooklyn, this 2,472-square-foot, five-bedroom, 2.5-bath is currently owned … [Read more...] about Will the Famous ‘Saturday Night Fever’ Home Sell … or Sit?