Local Real Estate News Newly Listed Homes Open Houses Local Real Estate News The houses for sale in and around University City are just a small portion of more than 4 million homes sold in Missouri and across the United States every year. We're not just talking listed homes for sale, either. We're talking about homes for sale — that sell. Get pre-approved with 7023 Pershing Avenue University City, MO 63130 Price Size: Listed by: Gay Gordon, Red Key Realty West More info 1272 Laughren Drive St Louis, MO 63130 Price Size: Listed by: Kim Slaughter, Realty Resource Partners, Llc More info 7348 Princeton Avenue University City, MO 63130 Price Size: Listed by: David Townsend, Re/Max Results More info 7842 Gannon Avenue St Louis, MO 63130 Price Size: Listed by: Christine Thompson, Janet Mc Afee Inc. More info 500 North North And South … [Read more...] about Real Estate University City
Local Real Estate News Newly Listed Homes Open Houses Local Real Estate News So you want to look at some open houses for sale in University City this weekend? Good idea. An open house planned by the right realtor can help you in any number of ways. Open houses provide you information on how to list and show your own house and they can give you an idea of the quality of homes in an area before you waste too much time going house to house. Get pre-approved with 7348 Princeton Avenue University City, MO 63130 Price Size: Listed by: David Townsend, Re/Max Results More info 7842 Gannon Avenue St Louis, MO 63130 Price Size: Listed by: Christine Thompson, Janet Mc Afee Inc. More info … [Read more...] about Open Houses University City
Between 1957 and 1968, scientists decided to try their hand at creating new minerals that could act as very effective conductors of electricity. They “invented” a pair: heideite and brezinaite. After a few years, the same minerals unexpectedly started showing up in fragments of meteorites that had landed on Earth. As it turns out, these weren’t materials that had to be invented—though how they were able to form outside the lab remained a mystery to scientists. Now, six decades later, a Venezuelan researcher is trying to connect the dots between the minerals those scientists made in labs and the same minerals that came crashing to Earth from space. Maybe, just maybe, those superconducting minerals that came from space are also artificial, B.P. Embaid, a physicist at Central University of Venezuela, hypothesized in a study —not yet peer-reviewed—that appeared online on Sept. 13. And if that’s the case, the minerals could be evidence of extraterrestrial technology— … [Read more...] about Is Earth Being Pummeled by Derelict Alien Spacecraft?
Scoot over, Mr. Wonderful. There’s a new Shark Tank judge in town. Abbott Elementary ’s wonderful Season 2 debut last week was met with an equally hilarious second episode this week. While Sheryl Lee Ralph was easily the stand-out of the premiere , this episode spotlighted Janelle James’ ability to cruelly lead her school—and with the most uproar possible, every single time. The Abbott teachers, who journey over to a fancy schmancy charter school in this episode, are still in a frenzy to figure out the grant situation. Janine (Quinta Brunson) sees just how great life can be on the other side of the world, and she then demands a computer for her young students. The kitchen needs more tools. You get the gist. Luckily, Ava (James) has the perfect way to delegate the funds. The staff agree to compete in Abbott Elementary’s own version of Shark Tank —both shows air on ABC, so I suppose we can call this a crossover episode—and vouch for their projects to a panel … [Read more...] about ‘Abbott Elementary’ and ‘Shark Tank’ Make for a Perfect Crossover Episode
Coolio, the rapper who shot to the top of the charts in the 1990s with albums like It Takes a Thief and Gangsta’s Paradise , has died. His longtime manager confirmed the death to TMZ on Wednesday evening, telling the outlet that Coolio was discovered unresponsive on the floor of a friend’s bathroom. Paramedics who responded to the scene pronounced the musician dead shortly after. An official cause of death was not shared, but TMZ reported the first responders suspected cardiac arrest. Coolio, real name Artis Leon Ivey Jr., was 59. Born in 1963, Coolio moved from Monessen, Pennsylvania ,to Compton, California, to attend community college. After working as a firefighter and airport security guard, he launched his music career in the late 1980s. In August 1995, he released his classic album Gangsta’s Paradise , with the title track charting in 16 countries, soaring to become Billboard’ s Number 1 song of the year, and later winning the 1996 Grammy Award for Best Rap … [Read more...] about Coolio, Legend Behind ‘Gangsta’s Paradise,’ Dies at 59
The U.S. Senate campaign for Pennsylvania Democrat John Fetterman has removed a Black Lives Matter reference from its website’s “Issues” page. A version of the webpage that was archived on July 15 touted Fetterman’s support for Black Lives Matter under a sub-heading entitled “What John believes.” “ Black Lives Matter. John served as mayor of a city that’s more than 80% Black, and has championed the idea that Black lives matter since long before it became a hashtag,” it read. The reference to Black Lives Matter has since been removed, as Fox News Digital’s Thomas Catenacci and Kyle Morris first reported on Wednesday. In a statement, the campaign’s communications director, Joe Calvello, noted that the website still makes a reference to Black Lives Matter through a “personalized video” from Fetterman that was added to the site in April. Archives indicate the now-missing reference was on the page as early as February 2021. “The one section you seem to be referencing was … [Read more...] about Fetterman’s Campaign Removes Black Lives Matter Paragraph from Website