Rental property is a great opportunity for earning some income and securing an investment for the future. Even in down economy, rental properties and owning apartments is good business sense. That’s because property values, in general, appreciate and grow over time.
If you are thinking about getting into the landlord business and purchasing some rental property, there’s one thing to consider: location, location, location. Yes, when purchasing an investment property it really is all about the location. Many people buy based on the proximity to school and access to workplace or public transportation. But Full Post…
Three guys throw a party that starts out with the best intentions but turns into series of disastrous situations with an assortment of bizarre characters. Yet another sequel to The Hangover? Well, its produced by the director of the two films, however Project X tries to be a little more ambitious. The film opens in theaters this Friday, March 2.
Three teenage friends (Thomas Mann, Oliver Cooper, Jonathan Daniel Brown) are unhappy with their social status and lack of female companionship. To rectify the situation they figure if they organize the ultimate bash, their nothing personas will magically disappear and vault them to teen hormone heaven. Of course, what actually happens is a far less than satisfying result than what these geniuses hoped for.
CBS 11 Day at the DMA Family Celebration
Saturday, March 10
11:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Parking half price
Things for your family to do today:
Say hello to Arturo, the Museum’s family mascot, and pick up your Arturo tattoo!
11:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m., C3 Art Studio
Make a creative creature! Discover surreal shapes and abstract figures in works of art from the C3 gallery and then use your imagination to create a creature using an artistic form.
Cloudy Art Flipbooks
11:00 a.m. 4:
It’s safe to say a certain level of controversy was created after I wrote about a preview commercial for the new AMC show, Comic Book Men. In my column a few weeks ago I mentioned I was disappointed in Kevin Smith for taking the show in a direction that sounded as if it was excluding women, if in no other way but the title. So how do I feel now that I’ve watched the first episode? Yup, still disappointed.
Even though Smith is technically just a participant, AMC approached him to do the show and he’s obviously the big name draw they needed to get viewers. Not to mention the one people will look to for its failure or success. Smith tweeted he only saw a few negative tweets out of thousands after the episode aired. W