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Here’s What a Recession Could Do to the Housing Market

Here’s What a Recession Could Do to the Housing Market

The US economy has experienced its share of prolonged economic downturns. In fact, many of us might remember the Great Recession, which lasted from 2007 to 2009. During that time, unemployment levels soared while home values ​​bottomed out. And so back then, it was a tough time to be a homeowner and real estate investor. …

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MasterChef’s Minoli De Silva ‘startled’ by Chrissie Swan’s The Project gaffe

MasterChef’s Minoli De Silva ‘startled’ by Chrissie Swan’s The Project gaffe

A MasterChef contestant has broken her silence about a deeply awkward encounter with Chrissie Swan on The Project last month. MasterChef Australia contestant Minoli De Silva has spoken about the incredibly awkward response she received on The Project when she revealed her breast cancer had returned. In an interview last month, De Silva explained that …

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7 Perks of Having a Social Security Account Online

Amnaj Khetsamtip / Shutterstock.com You might figure you don’t need to create a Social Security account until you’re ready to start collecting your money. Actually, there are quite a few services offered by the Social Security Administration that make it worth signing up for a free account as soon as you can. Of course, it …

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Taking the fear out of puddings

River Cafe’s executive pastry chef chats to Lauren Taylor about her love of fruits – and why she’ll only ever use one at a time. You’ve probably heard the saying that dessert cookery is ‘scientific’. One mistake and your cake/tart/meringue will fall into a heap, your dinner party embarrassingly ruined. It’s a reputation Anna Higham …

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Cook County launches guaranteed income pilot program; 3,250 residents to get $500 a month for 2 years

Cook County residents soon will be able to apply for a program offering $500 a month, no strings attached, for two years, as county officials try to tackle poverty and racial inequalities. County officials announced the launch of the program — the Promise Guaranteed Income Pilot — at the Chicago Cultural Center. The program will …

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My Favorite Food Fish: Updated Rankings

GOOD TASTE: The author, admittedly heftier than he is today, prepares dinner in High Bar Harbor some years back, including (far right) Oysters Moscow. (Photo Courtesy Vin T. Sparano) Several years ago, I wrote a column titled “The Tastiest Fish.” I rated the best fish for the dinner table, which was a dangerous undertaking. I …

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Police share sketch of attacker in Franklin, NJ trail sex assault

FRANKLIN (Somerset) — Law enforcement have released a police artist’s sketch of a man wanted for a sexual assault reported along a trail on Monday. Township police responded to a 911 call around 6 pm from a female runner, who reported being attacked by a man who had been passing on a bicycle near Blackwells …

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How Difficult Is It to Ride One of Those Electric-Powered Surfboards?

Before taking my very first hydrofoiling lesson, I made the mistake of watching a video where a rider skims across the surface of a lake while playing around with a laptop. If people are out here sending emails from their foilboards, I reasoned to friends and family (the marketing charm somehow flying right over my …

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‘Edwards Boys’ and pal pulled off Tennessee’s last stagecoach heist | community

First of a four-part series As motorists wind their way along a high ridge of Highway 70 North in Putnam County from Cookeville toward Carthage, they may spy a Tennessee Historical Commission sign about one-and-three-quarter miles shy of the Smith County line on the right side of the road that proclaims: Last Stagecoach Hold-Up. The …

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Foodies have loved ramps to death. Now Baltimore chefs are trying to ramp up Maryland’s supply of the garlicky and delicious plant

BALTIMORE — The bright green leaves of ramps pop up for just a few in early spring, smelling of garlic and tasting like extra spicy arugula. After the barrenness of winter, they’re a sign of growth to come, a fleeting delicacy. But some people look at a patch of leaves and see a different kind …

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