Address: 138 Central St, Somerville, Massachusetts Price: $1,375,000 Square Feet: 3529 Bedrooms: 6 Bathrooms: 2 Full and 1 Half Baths Built: 1920 Features: Welcome to 138 Central Street!!! Nestled between Magoun Square and Winter Hill, this well kept spacious colonial boasts over 3500 sq feet on a 5300 sq ft corner lot. Walk into a grand foyer leading to a fireplaced parlor/living room. The dining room is ready for your family gatherings. The kitchen features stainless steel appliances and granite counter tops. Four spacious bedrooms and a full bathroom adorn the second floor. The third floor features two bedrooms with electric heat and a bonus rec room which can be used as an office, or make the whole third floor a master suite! The finished basement features a full bath and 2 extra rooms for storage or utility. Paved 3+ car driveway and a one car garage assure that you will not run out of off street parking. Or park on the permit parking only street. Outdoor patio lets you enjoy your … [Read more...] about 6-Bedroom Somerville Home Hits The Market For $1.4M
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Address: 2701 Hume Dr Ph 5, Silver Spring, Maryland Price: $850,000 Square Feet: 1968 Bedrooms: 3 Bathrooms: 2 Full and 1 Half Baths Built: 2020 Features: What The Washington Post says about The Power Plant condominiums: The architectural mix is unlike anything you'll find elsewhere in the Washington area. Beautiful, one-of-a-kind 3 bedroom, Den, 2.5 Bath condominium at the historic Power Plant at the National Park Seminary in Forest Glen in Silver Spring. Old meets new in this contemporary, open living/dining/kitchen space. Beautiful wood floors, tons of recessed lighting and natural light from updated original windows with views of delightful surrounding architecture. A sleek kitchen has white quartz countertops and artfully incorporated reclaimed wood. Stainless Steel Kitchen Aid appliances and a deep Kraus sink finish off this Chef's kitchen. An intimate dining area leads to a beautiful balcony, the perfect setting for morning coffee. A wide staircase leads to three bedrooms and an … [Read more...] about Old Meets New: Historic National Park Seminary Home Asks $850K
She held a call with 25 human resource heads for tech companies last week, and found many of them were planning for people to work remotely at least part time after the pandemic. Those companies are already finding ways to transfer their perks to a work-from-home world, including by giving people money to upgrade their home offices or even buy coffee. … [Read more...] about Big Tech was first to send workers home. Now it’s in no rush to bring them back.
Blitzer: That's amazing. I remember, of course the first major story you and I covered was in February, March of 2003, just before the war with Iraq. And we were both in Kuwait. You and me, we were covering, and I was anchoring my show from Kuwait City from a hotel balcony. And all of a sudden the war started, and the first Scuds came in. And a few of them landed about a mile or so behind where I was reporting from. And we could see this huge plume of smoke go up, and the wind was blowing towards us. And I said, "Well, look, let's wait and see where that smoke goes." And the next thing I knew is Dr. Sanjay Gupta, our chief medical correspondent, was in a vehicle, and you were heading to that high-end mall where the Scuds landed, and you were wearing your gas mask, and you were getting ready to report the news, right? … [Read more...] about Covering a crisis with Wolf Blitzer: Dr. Sanjay Gupta’s coronavirus podcast for May 26
In Episode 11 of The New Abnormal, The Daily Beast’s podcast for a world gone off the rails, Castro talks to co-hosts Molly Jong-Fast and Rick Wilson about Trump’s chances to take Texas in 2020 (not great!), Joe Biden’s “you ain’t black” comment (also not great!), and sycophantic and fellow Texan Ted Cruz (even worse!). Remember when Trump insulted Sen. Cruz’s family members? Yeah, everyone does. … [Read more...] about Julián Castro on Why Everyone Hates Ted Cruz