Guest house – Center Hostel http://center-hostel.com/ Fri, 05 Aug 2022 02:35:11 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://center-hostel.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/08/icon-2021-08-02T211356.633-150x150.png Guest house – Center Hostel http://center-hostel.com/ 32 32 These 10 Ice Creams Always Mean Summer To A True New Jerseyan https://center-hostel.com/these-10-ice-creams-always-mean-summer-to-a-true-new-jerseyan/ Fri, 05 Aug 2022 01:40:48 +0000 https://center-hostel.com/these-10-ice-creams-always-mean-summer-to-a-true-new-jerseyan/ Marinos Italian Ice Cream Depending on where you were from, you called these popsicles Italian gelato or ice cream, but Marinos were only called ice cream. You could get them on the ice cream truck and they were the only prizes in a cup you could get from the ice cream truck. When you got […]]]>

Marinos Italian Ice Cream

Depending on where you were from, you called these popsicles Italian gelato or ice cream, but Marinos were only called ice cream. You could get them on the ice cream truck and they were the only prizes in a cup you could get from the ice cream truck. When you got halfway through scraping with this flat wooden spoon, you can flip it over and eat the melty part that would form at the bottom.

Cheerful trio

You know the one I’m talking about… they still exist today but they were ubiquitous back then. This awesome NJ summer trio:

  • Chocolate Eclair (which wasn’t even CLOSE to an eclair!)
  • Toasted almonds (good in a pinch!)
  • Strawberry Shortcake (I mean, I always thought there was something wrong with those kids.)

Pop Bomb

It was like a popsicle except it was much bigger and contained the colors red, white, and blue. So it was your patriotic duty to eat it. So much more satisfying than a Popsicle because there was so much more on the stick. You could lick the bomb for what felt like hours, but if the day was really hot, you’d have to do it real quick to keep the color from dripping onto your shirt.

Crunchy candies

The miracle of ice cream technology at the time, this ice cream contained vanilla ice cream on a stick covered in chocolate but deep inside was an actual chocolate bar. Was the chocolate bar good? No. Was it the consistency of plastic? Yes. But that didn’t matter. The fact that she was waiting for you when you were patient enough to lick the whole outside was enough to make your childhood ice cream dreams come true.

Bassett ice cream

Still famous in the southern part of New Jersey, the real secret to Basic Ice Cream and why it was and still is the best is the high fat content of the butter. As an example, your base Ben & Jerry’s serving is about 10-12g of butterfat, but Bassetts has bumped it up to 13 or 14. That’s what really rich and creamy means.

Waffles and ice cream on the boardwalk

No matter how many times you try to replicate that in your kitchen, the taste of real boardwalk waffles and ice cream just doesn’t exist. Whether they took the ice cream between Belgian waffles or regular garden waffles, it was a flavor combination that truly meant summer and could never be replicated.

Kohr ice cream

You can still find Kohr’s on select New Jersey boardwalks and a taste of its creamy delights will take you back to summers of your past. It was so creamy, in fact, that they called it “cream.” There’s nothing quite like walking on a grilled boardwalk, licking a Kohr ice cream, or drinking their fresh orangeade.

Sealtest Neapolitan Squares

Sealtest was the first, but many companies followed later. The Neapolitan ice brick. And unless I’m mistaken, Sealtest was the only one that wrapped the squares individually. For the uninitiated, the Neapolitan was simply a pile of vanilla, chocolate, and strawberry ice cream rolled into one. So you didn’t have to make that difficult decision!

Leo’s Yum Yum in Medford

Forget all the fancy new ice cream mixes. Since 1936, Leo’s Famous Yum Yum has been serving the best gelato and gelato (or as they call it over there, popsicle) in South Jersey. Maybe in the whole state. With Frank Sinatra playing in the background and its ice cream flavors named after famous Italian-American singers, Leo’s is truly something to experience. A must have is Mario Lanza ice cream, dark chocolate with almonds and coffee layered ice cream. almond chocolate, no

Yum Yum from Leo to Medford via Google Maps

Yum Yum from Leo to Medford via Google Maps

Strollo Lighthouse

No list of cool summer treats would be complete without the addition of Strollo’s lighthouse. While the lighthouse has been famous for its ice cream, for nearly 40 years people have also been enjoying their soft serve ice cream. Even people who don’t like the soft serve will appreciate it when they’re at the lighthouse. Maybe it has something to do with the long queue you have to wait to access it. The best things are worth waiting for, aren’t they?

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One of the top 50 candy stores in the United States is right here in Jersey

Black River Candy Shoppe in Chester, New Jersey was selected as one of Food Network magazine’s “50 Best Candy Stores in America” ​​a few years ago and the story went viral online earlier this year.

I decided to take a trip there for myself to see what they had to offer. Okay, when you walk in you feel like Charlie about to take over the chocolate factory. Black River Candy Shoppe is a cute little candy shop with hundreds of different types of candy.

They have old school childhood candy as well as an amazing selection of new candy varieties. The candies are displayed in old whiskey casks, and many of their candies are sold in bulk by the pound. It is located in downtown Chester, just off Main Street. Check out the photos from my recent visit:

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Visit to Taiwan by Speaker of the United States House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi: Live Updates https://center-hostel.com/visit-to-taiwan-by-speaker-of-the-united-states-house-of-representatives-nancy-pelosi-live-updates/ Wed, 03 Aug 2022 01:35:00 +0000 https://center-hostel.com/visit-to-taiwan-by-speaker-of-the-united-states-house-of-representatives-nancy-pelosi-live-updates/ Protesters for and against President Nancy Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan gathered outside the Grand Hyatt Hotel, where she is staying during her visit on Tuesday night. TAIPEI, Taiwan — Media and crowds gathered at Taipei airport on Tuesday to witness the arrival of President Nancy Pelosi, the highest-ranking U.S. official to visit Taiwan in 25 […]]]>
Protesters for and against President Nancy Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan gathered outside the Grand Hyatt Hotel, where she is staying during her visit on Tuesday night.

TAIPEI, Taiwan — Media and crowds gathered at Taipei airport on Tuesday to witness the arrival of President Nancy Pelosi, the highest-ranking U.S. official to visit Taiwan in 25 years.

Huang Chao-yuan, a 53-year-old business owner, staked out the area near Songshan Airport to watch Ms Pelosi’s plane land, calling the speaker’s visit a “historic moment”.

“I am very excited about her visit today, because it is an example that the United States does not need to discuss with the CCP, that she can come here if she wishes, and whoever invites Taiwan can come here,” Huang said, using the acronym for the Communist Party of China. “This incident demonstrates Taiwan’s independence.”

Henry Chang, 32, a videographer who was at the airport to watch Ms Pelosi land, marveled at the novelty of seeing the arrival of such a high-profile US lawmaker.

“It was like catching a rare Pokemon,” he said.

He said he was not worried the visit could lead to a military conflict. “I feel like a war just can’t happen – everyone will go on with their lives,” he said.

A video provided by a Tibetan activist, Tashi Tsering, showed people gathering outside the Grand Hyatt Taipei on Tuesday night, where Ms Pelosi was due to spend the night. A number of them held up banners that read: “Taiwan public welcomes US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi,” “Taiwan helps,” and “Taiwan ≠ China.” .

Outside the hotel, several dozen people supporting unification with China protested Ms. Pelosi’s visit: some demanded that she “leave Taiwan”, and others held up banners denouncing her.

“I feel bittersweet seeing Pelosi landing,” said a man in the crowd, Sam Lin, the owner of a recycling business. “It’s sad to see tensions rising across the strait, but I’m also glad to see that our reunification with China is becoming more achievable.”

Mr. Lin, 50, added, “I don’t want to see a war, but the current cross-Strait relations have reached another stage.”

Credit…Amy Chang Chien/The New York Times

In contrast to the protest, in the capital’s central business district, Taipei 101 – once the world’s tallest building and a major landmark in the city’s skyline – was lit up with messages welcoming Ms Pelosi.

In Taiwan, many are used to threats from China, which claims the island as its own territory. A standoff between Washington and Beijing over the speaker’s trip received moderate attention ahead of Tuesday. Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen remained silent in the days leading up to Ms Pelosi’s arrival, although political advisers close to her said they welcomed visits from US officials.

To show how many Taiwanese have grown tired of China’s threats, Alexander Huang, a senior China-friendly Kuomintang official, said he welcomed Ms Pelosi’s visit and that she had a “rich” agenda. before her on the island.

During her visit, Ms Pelosi is due to visit the Taiwan Legislative Assembly and meet Speaker Tsai Ing-wen, according to a Taiwanese lawmaker and local official. She is also to attend a banquet at the Taipei Guest House and visit the National Museum of Human Rights.

Huang said the low-key approach to the visit reflected planning designed to avoid escalating an already tense situation with China.

“They didn’t make any statement to the outside world, trying not to upset the other side, and did their best to keep the situation in the Taiwan Strait from getting too tense,” he said. declared.

He said he was most worried about mainland China’s military response – particularly what China might do after Ms Pelosi leaves. He said it was possible that China would take steps to further isolate Taiwan internationally. In recent years, China has attracted several nations that recognize Taiwan as a country and cut it off from major international agencies like the World Health Organization.

On Tuesday, the Taiwanese military said it would strengthen its combat readiness in anticipation of a possible response from China.

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Breakthrough ‘Star Trek’ actress Nichelle Nichols dies at 89 https://center-hostel.com/breakthrough-star-trek-actress-nichelle-nichols-dies-at-89/ Mon, 01 Aug 2022 00:50:03 +0000 https://center-hostel.com/breakthrough-star-trek-actress-nichelle-nichols-dies-at-89/ Nichelle Nichols, the actress who broke television barriers with her portrayal of Lt. Nyota Uhura on Star Trek, has died aged 89. His son, Kyle Johnson, announced the news on Facebook. Nichols’ longtime manager, Zachery McGinnis, has confirmed the beloved Star Trek actress’ death. Of her mother’s passing, Johnson wrote: “Last night my mother, Nichelle […]]]>

Nichelle Nichols, the actress who broke television barriers with her portrayal of Lt. Nyota Uhura on Star Trek, has died aged 89.

His son, Kyle Johnson, announced the news on Facebook. Nichols’ longtime manager, Zachery McGinnis, has confirmed the beloved Star Trek actress’ death.

Of her mother’s passing, Johnson wrote: “Last night my mother, Nichelle Nichols, succumbed to natural causes and passed away. Its light, however, like the ancient galaxies seen now for the first time, will remain for us and future generations to enjoy, learn and be inspired by. His was a life well lived and as such a role model for all of us,” before asking the public to grant his family privacy during this time.

Nichols rose to galactic levels of fame when she was cast and starred in the original Star Trek series as Lt. Nyota Uhura in the 1960s. Uhura was among the first significant roles for black women on American television .

Nichols considered leaving Star Trek after being offered a role on Broadway, but was convinced to stay on The Enterprise after a conversation with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Nichols decided to stay, realizing she could serve as an inspiration to countless generations of Black. children and families.

Her role as Uhura was eventually written out to become a love interest of Captain James T. Kirk, played by William Shatner. In 1968, they shared a kiss on the show – marking the first time in American television history that an interracial kiss was aired.

Shatner weighed in later on Sunday afternoon, tweeting, “So sorry to hear of Nichelle’s passing. She was a beautiful woman and played an admirable character who did so much to redefine social issues here in the United States and around the world. I will definitely miss her. I send my love and condolences to his family.

After the original Star Trek series ended in 1969, Nichols played Uhura in an animated Star Trek series and in numerous feature films.

On Twitter, former co-star George Takei tweeted about the legend’s loss. “I will have more to say about the pioneering and incomparable Nichelle Nichols, who shared the deck with us as Lieutenant Uhura of the USS Enterprise, and who passed away today at age 89. For today, my heart is heavy, my eyes shine like the stars among which you now rest, my dearest friend.

Nichols’ reach extended beyond television, particularly when she began working with NASA, helping recruit women of color to the agency. She did this through a collaboration with the government agency and her own company, Women in Motion.

The agency also paid tribute to Nichols, tweeting, “We celebrate the life of Nichelle Nichols, Star Trek actress, trailblazer and role model, who symbolized for so many what was possible. She partnered with us to recruit some of the first female and minority astronauts, and inspired generations to aim for the stars.

During a visit to the White House in 2012 with then-President Barack Obama, Nichols tweeted: “Months ago, [President] Obama was quoted as saying he had a crush on me when he was younger. I asked about it and he proudly confirmed it! President Obama also confirmed to me that he was definitely a Trekker! How wonderful?!”

Born Grace Dell Nichols on December 28, 1932, in Robbins, Illinois, to working-class worker-turned-mayor and Chief Justice Lishia Parks Nichols, Nichols caught the gambling bug at a young age, getting her big stage break in 1961. musical, Kicks and Co.

Her younger brother, Thomas, was part of the Heaven’s Gate cult and died in the group’s mass suicide in 1997. The group believed they would transform into aliens by rejecting their human state and going to Heaven. Thomas often used his relationship with his famous sister to promote their message.

In 2015, Nichols suffered a stroke. Three years later, she was diagnosed with dementia. This diagnosis led to an ugly legal battle and conservatorship between her son and a friend of Nichols’, Angelique Fawcett, who at one time lived in Nichols’ guest house.

Nichols has received numerous honors, including an honorary degree from Los Angeles Mission College. She was a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.

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CBC Radio’s The House: TRC calls for action — what’s next? https://center-hostel.com/cbc-radios-the-house-trc-calls-for-action-whats-next/ Sat, 30 Jul 2022 08:00:00 +0000 https://center-hostel.com/cbc-radios-the-house-trc-calls-for-action-whats-next/ CBC News: The House48:32CBC Radio’s The House: TRC calls for action — what’s next? On this week’s show: In a special edition of The House, guest host Niigaan Sinclair sits down for a chat with his father, Murray Sinclair, to discuss what the former chairman and senator of the Commission on Truth and Reconciliation thinks […]]]>

CBC News: The House48:32CBC Radio’s The House: TRC calls for action — what’s next?

On this week’s show: In a special edition of The House, guest host Niigaan Sinclair sits down for a chat with his father, Murray Sinclair, to discuss what the former chairman and senator of the Commission on Truth and Reconciliation thinks of the Pope’s apologies. Plus, an in-depth review of progress in responding to the TRC’s calls to action on key issues such as justice, health and education.

Did the pope’s apology go far enough?

Indigenous leaders are divided over apologies from Pope Francis, delivered in Canada this week. Some say it responds to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s 58 call to action and represents a key step forward, while others argue it hasn’t gone far enough.

Murray Sinclair, the former chair of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, presented the final report which included the 94 calls to action in 2015. Guest host Niigaan Sinclair begins The HouseThe special cover with a conversation with his father about whether the former judge and senator – one of the architects of the Calls to Action – believes Call 58 is now over and what the Pope’s visit means for the reconciliation.

CBC News: The House14:47Did the pope’s apology go far enough?

To kick off a special episode of The House, guest host Niigaan Sinclair has a chat with his father, Murray Sinclair, about what the former judge, senator and TRC chairman thinks of the Pope’s visit to Canada this week.

Follow-up action

The papal apology was number 58 on the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s list of 94 calls to action. Now that Pope Francis has been to Canada, where do we stand compared to the rest?

The Yellowhead Institute at Metropolitan University of Toronto has published a Annual Report since 2019 that tracks progress made by governments and other organizations on appeals. Yellowhead research director Eva Jewell joins The House to review the newsletter.

CBC News: The House3:28Follow-up action

Eva Jewell, Research Director of the Yellowhead Institute at Toronto Metropolitan University, joins The House to discuss progress on the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s 94 Calls to Action.

Top Five: Child Protection

The first five calls to action focus on child welfare – and reducing the number of Indigenous children in care is at the top. The House hears Huu-ay-aht First Nation councilor Edward Johnson explain how his community has made progress in preventing some of its children from being taken from their homes.

Next, University of Regina professor and Sixties Scoop survivor Raven Sinclair talks about the progress of those appeals.

CBC News: The House6:06Top Five: Child Protection

The House takes an in-depth look at the issue of Indigenous child welfare, hearing from University of Regina professor Raven Sinclair, a Sixties Scoop survivor, as well as First Nation councilor Huu-ay- aht Edward Johnson.

Advances in justice

Of the first 42 Calls to Action addressing the legacy of residential schools, 18 focus on justice.

John Borrows, Loveland Chair in Indigenous Law at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law, explains why there are so many justice-focused calls to action and explains why so many people this week called the pope to revoke the “doctrine of discovery.”

CBC News: The House9:49Advances in justice

John Borrows, Loveland Chair in Indigenous Law at the University of Toronto Law School, discusses the justice-focused calls to action of the TRC.

Revive and recognize traditional births

Earlier this year, for the first time in decades, a First Nations community in Saskatchewan experienced a traditional Aboriginal birth. In Sturgeon Lake First Nation, a baby was delivered in a healing lodge with the help of aboriginal midwives and in a traditional ceremony.

It was a significant moment both professionally and personally for Norma Rabbitskin, head nurse at Sturgeon Lake Health Center and grandmother of the newborn. Rabbitskin explains how she is working to implement Call Number 22, which urges recognition and integration of Indigenous healing practices.

CBC News: The House5:07Revive and recognize traditional births

Norma Rabbitskin, chief nursing officer at Sturgeon Lake Health Centre, speaks about the birth of her grandson – the first traditional Aboriginal birth in the community in decades – and the TRC’s call to action regarding the practices of indigenous healing.

Commitment to Teaching and Funding Indigenous Education

All Canadian provinces and territories include aspects of Indigenous education in their schools, but not everything is compulsory and the age at which children learn it varies. In addition, cuts to government funding for Indigenous education are putting additional pressure on educators.

Colinda Clyne, Coordinating Director of Indigenous Education at the Upper Grand District School Board in Guelph, Ontario, discusses what needs to be done to respond to calls to action on education.

CBC News: The House6:39Commitment to Teaching and Funding Indigenous Education

Colinda Clyne, coordinat ‘education.

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The FDC cries foul after the arrest of the party president and 70 electoral agents in Soroti https://center-hostel.com/the-fdc-cries-foul-after-the-arrest-of-the-party-president-and-70-electoral-agents-in-soroti/ Thu, 28 Jul 2022 09:38:30 +0000 https://center-hostel.com/the-fdc-cries-foul-after-the-arrest-of-the-party-president-and-70-electoral-agents-in-soroti/ Opposition members of the Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) are crying foul after the arrest of their president, Patrick Amuriat, and 70 other party members who were supposed to be their agents at the various polling stations during the By-elections of the eastern division of Soroti currently underway. Soroti MP Anna Adeke Ebaju said police […]]]>

Opposition members of the Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) are crying foul after the arrest of their president, Patrick Amuriat, and 70 other party members who were supposed to be their agents at the various polling stations during the By-elections of the eastern division of Soroti currently underway.
Soroti MP Anna Adeke Ebaju said police picked some of their officers at 3.30am at the Elysian guest house where security guards allegedly first threw tear gas canisters which suffocated the occupants who were inside. In the ensuing scuffle, Mr. Amuriat and 70 other officials believed to be agents were arrested.

She said several documents, including letters of appointment of officers which were to be used in today’s exercise, were also confiscated and the whereabouts of some of the party members are unknown. .
Mr Rafael Ojakal, one of the party members, said police and army officers scaled the perimeter wall and then broke down the gate before throwing tear gas canisters into the room where they were standing. found party officials in the early hours of Thursday morning.
“It’s unfortunate what happened. Vehicles belonging to the RDCS drove around all night, bribing people with several treats,” he said.
Mr. Moses Attan Okia, the FDC candidate, told the press that 70 people, some of whom were to attend the poll on his behalf, had been arrested by the police and the army.
He said Amuriat and several other people were being held at Dokolo Central Police Station.

“The agents have been arrested in the areas of Aloet, Opiyai and Opuyo where they plan to carry out ballot stuffing. Everything is horrible,” he explained.
Mr Attan said the state wanted to forcibly return Ariko to parliament even though he had no support on the ground.
He claimed that the electoral rolls had also been confiscated.
However, East Kyoga Area Police spokesman ASP Ageca Oscar Gregory said Amuriat, former Kasese MP Robert Centenary, Paul Omerou, Soroti East Division Mayor, along with 39 other FDC members were arrested after being found at the Elysian guesthouse in Akisim district, Soroti Eastern Division in Soroti town is campaigning for its candidate beyond the hour legal 6 p.m.

“We would like to warn the public against the violation of electoral laws which goes against the spirit of equal participation and respect for the law by all stakeholders. To ensure public order throughout today’s elections, we have deployed human and non-human resources to provide an enabling environment for all stakeholders to exercise their rights under the law, such as that the right to vote, witness, support, etc. “, ASP Ageca said.
According to him, violation of electoral laws is not only a crime and an act punishable by law under the penal system of the Republic of Uganda, but also a violation of the fundamental human rights of an individual to participate in the electoral process and prevents the application of justice to all citizens as under the law.

“The public is advised not to engage in electoral malpractice which carries criminal penalties, and all those arrested in connection with the commission of these will be arrested and brought to justice,” ASP Ageca added.
At the Omalera mango tree polling station in Opuyo district, four people who were allegedly transported by the ruling National Resistance Movement (NRM) from Kumi and Bukedea districts were arrested for ballot stuffing.

NRM party election commission Dr Tanga Odoi who arrived at the polling station to establish what had happened was ordered to leave by angry voters.
“Are these the NRM primaries? Are you a voter here? You come from Tororo; What are you doing here? Where were you when these people were filling out the ballots,” the angry voters chorused after confronting Dr Odoi.
He reacted by saying: “I am very green about what happened. I just want to know what’s going on. I don’t have a problem with anyone. »

A police patrol truck without a license plate pictured along Mbale road in Soroti town on July 27, 2022. PHOTO/URN

Meanwhile, there was an increase in the number of vehicles without license plates and security checkpoints in the town of Soroti on Wednesday evening. Although the countless vehicles began arriving in the town of Soroti on Monday, security began setting up roadblocks on Wednesday evening, the day before the by-election.
The countless vehicles include police patrol cars, RDC double cabs and executive cars driven by ministers, NRM bigwigs and Toyota Hiace commonly referred to as drones. They were seen patrolling the streets of Soroti without any interference from security agencies.
The development sparked concern from the opposition, particularly FDC officials who said the presence of the cars with numbers torn off or covered in mud was suspicious.
Members of the FDC, whose candidate was expelled from parliament by the Court of Appeal, said the ruling National Resistance Movement (NRM) party used similar tactics in the by-election of Omoro to secure victory.

“We are also warning all drivers to refrain from using countless cars as they will be stopped and the vehicles impounded,” ASP Ageca.
During the candidate’s briefing by the Electoral Commission and security agencies at Soroti University on Wednesday evening, FDC Secretary General Nathan Nandala Mafabi instructed the commission and security officials to explain why the countless vehicles were on the streets.
But police and Electoral Commission officials said they were unaware of the countless vehicles in town.

Mr. Moses Mwanga, the East Kyoga Regional Police Commander, promised to track the said vehicles using closed-circuit television (CCTV) “if they are indeed in the city”.

Mr Ageca said on Wednesday that concerned residents should report suspicious vehicles to the police. But at Soroti University, police and military were seen guarding some of the countless vehicles. The university guards could not allow reporters to take photos.

Voters are expected to decide between FDCu party candidate Moses Attan Okia, National Resistance Movement (NRM) candidate Herbert Edmond Ariko and Pascal Amuriat of the Uganda People’s Congress (UPC) after polls open on Thursday morning.

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‘The Godfather’ home now an Airbnb rental and so close to NJ https://center-hostel.com/the-godfather-home-now-an-airbnb-rental-and-so-close-to-nj/ Tue, 26 Jul 2022 16:35:34 +0000 https://center-hostel.com/the-godfather-home-now-an-airbnb-rental-and-so-close-to-nj/ If you remember Vito Corleone’s house where Connie is getting married in the opening scenes of “The Godfather,” can you imagine yourself sleeping in it? Not with fish, no worries. It is now an Airbnb rental. The 1930s Tudor on Staten Island chosen for the classic 1972 film was last bought in 2016 for more […]]]>

If you remember Vito Corleone’s house where Connie is getting married in the opening scenes of “The Godfather,” can you imagine yourself sleeping in it? Not with fish, no worries. It is now an Airbnb rental.

The 1930s Tudor on Staten Island chosen for the classic 1972 film was last bought in 2016 for more than $2 million after a heavy renovation.

The facade is however still very recognizable as the facade of the film house. It is only this famous exterior that was used in the film. Any scene inside the house was performed on a sound stage.

It’s over 6,000 square feet, has five bedrooms, seven bathrooms, and work done in 2012 includes a gourmet kitchen, custom moldings, fireplaces, natural stone bathrooms, and remember where Vito dies. in the tomato garden? This has been replaced by a luxurious saltwater swimming pool.

Oh, there’s also a gym, games room and pub.

Here comes the crazy part. The owners rent it out on Airbnb for a crazy price of $50 per night if you do a 30 day rental. Many have questioned the cost. I too thought this must have been a typo, but every post about it has confirmed what is practically a theft.

It is said to be a one-time rental for one month from August 1-31 and will go on rental Wednesday, July 27 at 1 p.m.

Here is a glimpse of the interior.

Here is this gourmet kitchen. Now, where are those gourmet cannolis hiding?

Scotch would taste so much better in this living room.

An office, nicer than my whole house, where offers can be made and not refused.

I still can’t figure out how you can sleep in this mansion for $50 a night.

Remember when I said game room?

Do you remember when I said pub?

Remember when I said saltwater pool?

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This Stunning Montclair Home Offers Incredible Views of New York City

The most expensive home for sale in Burlington County

Located in Mount Laurel, the 14,020 square foot home is listed at $5 million. The home has seven bedrooms, 10.5 bathrooms and 23 acres. Some of the features of the house include a pool and spa, indoor and outdoor bar, and maid’s quarters.

The most expensive house for sale in the county of Somerset

Located in Bernardsville Boro, the 25,000+ square foot home is now listed at $14.95 million. The home has six bedrooms, 12.5 bathrooms and over 32 acres. Some features of the property include a two-story library, guest house, sauna, swimming pool, and a wine cellar with over 16,355 bottles. Property taxes for the house were $145,150 in 2019.

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Tom Morello accidentally knocked offstage by security https://center-hostel.com/tom-morello-accidentally-knocked-offstage-by-security/ Sun, 24 Jul 2022 16:41:26 +0000 https://center-hostel.com/tom-morello-accidentally-knocked-offstage-by-security/ It looks like Rage Against the Machine guitarist Tom Morello can’t take a break lately. Last night – just days after All That Remains singer Phil Labonte chastised him for referring to Vladimir Lenin on his wah pedal – Morello was accidentally tackled by security while performing in Toronto . The incident happened while the […]]]>

It looks like Rage Against the Machine guitarist Tom Morello can’t take a break lately. Last night – just days after All That Remains singer Phil Labonte chastised him for referring to Vladimir Lenin on his wah pedal – Morello was accidentally tackled by security while performing in Toronto .

The incident happened while the band was performing “Killing in the Name” and a fan ran across the stage, prompting security to act quickly. Unfortunately, in an attempt to catch the fan, they accidentally knocked Morello down in the process.

It took vocalist Zack de la Rocha a few seconds to notice, but once he did, he immediately shut the show down, yelling, “Wait! Hold on! Hold on!”

Fortunately, Morello bounced back moments later, waving to the excited crowd while standing on loudspeakers in front of the stage.

Naturally, he asked, “What just happened?” while de la Rocha issued a warning to anyone who might have thought of doing the same stunt: “Don’t try this shit. I am sorry. We are cool. We all love you, but don’t do this.

Then they went back to playing business as usual, so it doesn’t look like that will cast a dark cloud over what has otherwise been a triumphant live comeback – after more than a decade – for RATM.

Indeed, the band’s Public Service Announcement tour is well underway, and with support from Run the Jewels, it’s a must-see show. Before last night’s accident, the two artists even united on a cover of RTJ’s “Close Your Eyes (And Count to Fuck)”, which originally featured de la Rocha.

Get your tickets here. Additionally, you can see some fan-captured footage from the showdown below.

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Release Date, Time, Trailer, Cast, Plot and Other Updates https://center-hostel.com/release-date-time-trailer-cast-plot-and-other-updates/ Fri, 22 Jul 2022 16:17:51 +0000 https://center-hostel.com/release-date-time-trailer-cast-plot-and-other-updates/ Will Dream Home Makeover season 3 take place in 2022? Keep reading to learn more. Dream home makeover has become an increasingly popular series on the streaming platform lately. The show was first released on October 16, 2020. Viewership has been quite good in terms of audience reception for each episode considering that it is […]]]>

Will Dream Home Makeover season 3 take place in 2022? Keep reading to learn more.

Dream home makeover has become an increasingly popular series on the streaming platform lately. The show was first released on October 16, 2020. Viewership has been quite good in terms of audience reception for each episode considering that it is a reality TV series. On IMDb, the series has an aggregate score of 5.6 out of 10 with 1,104 votes. On the other hand, it has been a whole year of waiting since the airing of the second season to see whether the series will be expanded or not, as the viewers’ curiosity is at its peak for the third season.

Given the reviews, it was easy for the network to continue the series for another season after this great response from reality TV viewers. To help you prepare before the new season airs, we’ve put together a brief summary of everything you need to know about the season’s release date, plot, and cast. Keep reading to learn more about Season 3 dream house makeover.

Dream Home Makeover Season 3: Release Date, Trailer, Cast, Plot and Other Updates

Dream Home Makeover Season 3 Release Date and Time Slot

The network has officially confirmed that Dream home makeover should return for another season. The series premieres Wednesday, July 27, 2022 at 12 p.m. PT / 3 a.m. ET. This is another iteration with different actors. In order to receive updates on the moment Season 3 Dream House Makeover premieres on Netflix, interested viewers can also turn on notifications.

Dream Home Makeover Season 3: Release Date, Trailer, Cast, Plot and Other Updates

Dream Home Makeover Season 3 Plot and Episodes

The show’s third season is expected to maintain the foundational plot of the first two seasons, which followed Shea and Syd McGee (of Studio McGee) as they fulfilled the wishes of real families who wanted to upgrade their homes to suit of their own sense of style. In a typical episode, the couple collaborates with a client on a home improvement project.

Budgets specified by clients vary widely as some projects involve only one room while others involve entire homes. The show serves as a documentary about the McGees as they run Studio McGee, raise their two young children, and frequently perform renovations on their own dream homes, tying the episodic renovation tales together.

Dream Home Makeover Season 3: Release Date, Trailer, Cast, Plot and Other Updates

The upcoming season is expected to feature six episodes with a running time of 22-29 minutes. We would also like to point out that as of July 22, 2022, the exact episode titles and synopsis for the upcoming season cannot be confirmed and have not yet been revealed by the network, which may take some time. time.

For now, we recommend fans to wait patiently and watch Season 2, which premiered all episodes on January 1, 2021, to jump straight back into this world before the third season airs. Here is the complete episode guide for you to understand the order well.

S2E1: Luxury real estate – January 1, 2021: Score! Shea seeks a warm, personalized atmosphere when it comes to one of his biggest projects: a house with a basketball court for the family of a former NBA player.

S2E2: Mid-Century Makeover – January 1, 2021: Mid-century modern enthusiasts Omar and Josh hope to turn their guesthouse into a stylish mom’s studio, inspiring Shea to revamp the entire space.

S2E3: Bath Hideaway – January 1, 2021: Footloose in Lehi, Utah, Shea turns the funk on and turns a nightmarish bathroom into a dreamy spa hideaway for a couple with six kids.

S2E4: Restoration of History – January 1, 2021: Exit linoleum, make way for charm. Shea updates the kitchen of a historic 1908 home while preserving the cheerful character of a young family.

S2E5: Mountain Retreat Makeover – January 1, 2021: A couple’s cabin calls for both a bohemian and modern vibe, so Shea lights up the fireplace and welcomes the outdoors with glass and greenery.

S2E6: Oasis Room – January 1, 2021: Aloha is in the air as Syd celebrates her birthday, and Shea avoids corniness and aims to please a guest looking for a Hawaii-inspired room.

When the series debuts, much like the first two seasons, all episodes are expected to be available to stream on the same day rather than on a weekly basis. Therefore, fans are advised to wait patiently and watch the previous seasons as the upcoming season is an opportunity to get an idea of ​​the series.

Dream Home Makeover Season 3 Cast and Crew

The series is produced by Syd McGee, Rich Bye, and Noah Moskin, among others. The main focus of the show is Syd and Shea and their work, but the couple’s cute daughters will continue to appear in episodes.

Where to stream Dream Home Makeover Season 3?

When Season 3 Dream House Makeover As the release date nears, the series will be available exclusively on Netflix, with all previous episodes from Seasons 1 and 2 also accessible on the streaming platform with a range of membership options. The video quality and the amount of screens you can use to simultaneously stream Netflix depends on the plan you choose. You can play mobile games and stream movies and TV shows at no extra cost with any of their services.

Dream Home Makeover Season 3: Release Date, Trailer, Cast, Plot and Other Updates

Dream Home Makeover Season 3 Official Trailer

The McGee family shared the clip from the upcoming season on their official Instagram account, quoting: “BIG NEWS! It sounds surreal to say this, but the third season of #dreamhomemakeovernetflix will be hitting your screens on July 27th!!! We couldn’t be more excited for you to watch this new season unfold – the countdown is officially on!”

Dream Home Makeover Official Synopsis

The official synopsis, according to Netflix, states, “Dreams come true for real families looking for the perfect home suited to their own unique style, courtesy of Studio McGee’s Shea and Syd McGee.”

Dream Home Makeover Season 3: Release Date, Trailer, Cast, Plot and Other Updates

Catch up on previous seasons while waiting for more Dream Home Makeover Season 3 updates.

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NHPC to develop green hydrogen-based microgrid and public transport in Leh and Kargil https://center-hostel.com/nhpc-to-develop-green-hydrogen-based-microgrid-and-public-transport-in-leh-and-kargil/ Sun, 17 Jul 2022 05:21:07 +0000 https://center-hostel.com/nhpc-to-develop-green-hydrogen-based-microgrid-and-public-transport-in-leh-and-kargil/ In order to reduce the carbon footprint in the power sector, NHPC has signed two Memoranda of Understanding (MoU) for the development of “Pilot Green Hydrogen Technologies” in Leh and Kargil districts of the Union Territory from Ladakh. In accordance with the signed MoU for Leh district, NHPC will develop a pilot micro-grid based on […]]]>

In order to reduce the carbon footprint in the power sector, NHPC has signed two Memoranda of Understanding (MoU) for the development of “Pilot Green Hydrogen Technologies” in Leh and Kargil districts of the Union Territory from Ladakh.

In accordance with the signed MoU for Leh district, NHPC will develop a pilot micro-grid based on green hydrogen fuel cell, including hydrogen generation, to meet the energy needs of the guesthouse NHPC at Nimmo Bazgo Power Plant (Leh) at NHPC premises.

And according to the memorandum of understanding signed for the Kargil district, the hydrogen generated in Kargil will be used in fuel cells for mobility, capable of operating two buses for up to eight hours in the Kargil region.

“NHPC will scale up hydrogen production on a commercial scale to meet the hydrogen needs of the Ladakh region in different sectors such as mobility, transport, heating and micro-grids and the subsequent MoU will be signed separately,” the Department of Energy said.

“These two pilot projects will create a roadmap for the future development of green hydrogen and the subsequent reduction of carbon emissions in the transport / heating sector and will also attract long-term investments in the hydrogen economy. , creating different sources of income and job opportunities for the youth of UT Ladakh,” he added.

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3 members of the Assembly announce a plan to deal with the “humanitarian crisis” of housing; Bronson releases a statement https://center-hostel.com/3-members-of-the-assembly-announce-a-plan-to-deal-with-the-humanitarian-crisis-of-housing-bronson-releases-a-statement/ Fri, 15 Jul 2022 01:24:00 +0000 https://center-hostel.com/3-members-of-the-assembly-announce-a-plan-to-deal-with-the-humanitarian-crisis-of-housing-bronson-releases-a-statement/ ANCHORAGE, Alaska (KTUU) – Three members of the Anchorage Assembly have announced a new plan to deal with what they call a humanitarian crisis in Anchorage. Members Felix Rivera, Kameron Perez-Verdia and Daniel Volland have a five-part plan to address homelessness. “Since Sullivan Arena closed in response to COVID-19, we have truly had a humanitarian […]]]>

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (KTUU) – Three members of the Anchorage Assembly have announced a new plan to deal with what they call a humanitarian crisis in Anchorage.

Members Felix Rivera, Kameron Perez-Verdia and Daniel Volland have a five-part plan to address homelessness.

“Since Sullivan Arena closed in response to COVID-19, we have truly had a humanitarian crisis on our streets, downtown and in Midtown and Muldoon. And then, of course, we have the Centennial Park campgrounds that were opened in response to homelessness,” Rivera said.

They would like to spend $500,000 to renovate and immediately open 60 rental units. They also want to spend $2 million on year-round emergency shelter needs, plus $1.5 million for outreach services and $3.4 million for the home. hosts opens 130 units.

The group also wants more than $12 million to buy another hotel.

In a Thursday press release, Rivera, Perez-Verdia and Volland said, “The closure of Sullivan Arena as a mass COVID-19 care gathering facility on June 30, which forced 60 people onto the streets or in the Centennial Park campground, led to what was widely considered a disaster on the streets of the municipality of Anchorage. At the special housing and homelessness committee meeting on June 29, the Bronson administration admitted that it had no long-term plan to deal with this crisis and that it was willing to work with the Assembly.

A public hearing is scheduled for July 26.

Mayor Dave Bronson released the following statement Thursday evening regarding the plan:

“I am pleased that the Anchorage Assembly has finally supported adequate funding for my vision to end homelessness. From day one, homelessness has been a top priority. We have worked with community partners to find solutions in services and permanent housing. This administration has done more to help solve homelessness than any other administration in the history of the Municipality. To say that the administration and our incredible services of the municipality had no no plan is a slap in the face for every employee who has worked countless hours to help those in need over the past year.From Anchorage Health Department, Parks and Recreation, Anchorage Police Department , the Anchorage Fire Department and members of my immediate staff, the efforts have been compassionate and monumental in making a difference in the lives of so many. contribute to successfully connecting homeless people to services, shelters and housing that will help them meet their physical and mental health needs.

“I advocated for a homeless navigation center, which I proposed a year ago and which would have been complete if members of the Assembly had not delayed the process. Months before the Sullivan Arena closed, the Anchorage Coalition to End Homelessness (ACEH) pledged and pledged to move 10 people into shelter and supportive housing per day. It is wrong that CAHS has not fulfilled its obligation to the most vulnerable in our city.

To the media and the Assembly who continue to push the narrative that my administration and the municipality don’t care, or have a plan to help our neighbors in need, please stop being dishonest. I encourage these Assembly members to really start working with our community as we have been doing since day one. It’s not an Assembly problem or a Mayor’s problem, it’s an Anchorage problem. It is only when we work together with compassion and care that we will see life change for every person who lives in our great city.

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