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November 2010

Buyers Want Cozy, Connected Kitchens: Home & Design: REALTOR® Magazine

The kitchen isn’t just for cooking. Today it’s used as a gathering place for families, a central work space, and an open area to pursue craft projects or entertain.

"Living room and family room activities are merging into the kitchen, and it’s changing how kitchens look," says Susan Serra, a home designer in Huntington, N.Y., who specializes in kitchens. "Particularly as homes are getting smaller, we’re using the kitchen for much more than we have in the past. Home owners want a more versatile floor plan."

Buyers Want Cozy, Connected Kitchens: Home & Design: REALTOR® Magazine.

Crafty Ideas for Winter Curb Appeal: Home & Design: REALTOR® Magazine

Yes, it's still possible to create great curb appeal when it's cold and gray outside.

During summer months when gardens are in bloom and the sun is shining bright, curb appeal comes naturally to many homes. But when the autumn chill turns to winter cold and the sun sets earlier in the day, it becomes more difficult to create that inviting exterior look that grabs buyers from the curb.

Fortunately, it is possible to create striking winter curb appeal without expensive or complicated exterior changes, says Charlene Storozuk, a home stager and designer with Dezigner Digz in Burlington, Ontario—a city that averages 51 inches of snow per year. It just requires a little creativity.

She and other home-design experts offer these eight tips:

Crafty Ideas for Winter Curb Appeal: Home & Design: REALTOR® Magazine.

Breakfast with Santa @ Monmouth Mall

Saturday December 4 @ Monmouth Mall

Advance reservations required!

Enjoy breakfast and a personal visit with Santa as he makes his way from table to table to say hello to all the good boys & girls! There's always a treat and lots of fun. Bring your camera to capture those special photo opportunities.

Space is limited! For reservations, please visit Monmouth Mall Customer Service IN PERSON.
09:00 AM To 10:00 AM

The Concorde retires today in 2003


Supersonic airliner
Manufacturer BAC (now BAE Systems)
Aérospatiale (now EADS)
First flight 2 March 1969
Introduction 21 January 1976
Retired 26 November 2003
Status Retired from service
Primary users British Airways
Air France
Braniff International Airways
Singapore Airlines
Number built 20 (including 6 non-airline aircraft)[1][2]
Unit cost

£23 million in 1977


For more information on the concorde