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Take a tour of Flatiron Building in New York City – part of the World’s Greatest Attractions series by GeoBeats.
20 Sep 2010
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Owner Yann de Rochefort and chef Seamus Mullen talk about the lively atmosphere and regional Spanish cuisine at this popular Flatiron District restaurant. Get more info at Savory Cities: *******www.savorycities****/newyork/restaurant/boqueria/53-w-19th-st
25 Aug 2009
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26 Nov 2011
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If you are suffering from pain and discomfort, the main thing you want is quick relief. At The Center for Chiropractic & Decompression NYC, we are dedicated to providing our patients with the best non-surgical, drug-free treatment methods that are designed to expedite your recovery and rehabilitation in a safe, natural way. We emphasize an integrated treatment approach that utilizes a variety of methods to address your individual needs. From medical massages, manual manipulation, pulsed laser treatments, and DRX9000 for spinal decompression, we have everything you need to travel down the road to recovery. For chiropractic services, physical therapy and rehabilitation, sports injury care, spinal decompression therapy, medical massage therapy, posture correction, cold laser therapy, ATM2 therapy, digital foot scans, muscle activation technique (MAT), and acupuncture, we are your one-stop for all of your New York City chiropractor needs. Let us help you on your journey to recovery.
3 Apr 2013
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A time-lapse of clouds forming over the flatirons in Boulder, CO as viewed from my apartment. Reminded me of boiling water. This is my first time-lapse video using my ghetto time lapse setup I made from an old web-cam and some Tupperware. I'll post how I made the setup as well as links to the scripts I used in the near future.
22 Jul 2008
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From "Little Bytes of the Big Apple," a series of video tours of New York. Author and NYC guide, Robert Westfield, discusses the statues of Secretary-of-State Seward, Roscoe Conkling, President Arthur and Admiral Farragut.
12 Sep 2008
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*******swburl****/b1351 Ken Paves Flat Iron Shop Ken Paves Healthy Hair Care. Look like a pro even on the go!
24 Nov 2009
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This is a rockumentary that I did on Greensboro's music scene. It features all local bands/acts, interviews were done in town and all the music featured in the film is done by local bands/acts as well.
23 Feb 2012
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Serenely situated in Superior within view of the Boulder Flatirons and Lake Autry, discover The Horizons at Rock Creek; an apartment community as majestic as its surroundings! Our dramatically designed studio, 1 bedroom, 2 bedroom & 3 bedroom apartment homes feature all of the luxurious extras - private 1 car garage or 2 car garages, gas fireplaces, full-size washer/dryers, vaulted ceilings, and over-sized tubs and windows. Spectacular luxuries are not just limited to interior features. Our community also boasts a fabulous 4-acre recreational park complete with outdoor pool, spa and sundeck, tennis and volleyball courts, picnic areas, a beach and a magnificent community center featuring a conference room, full-service health club, tanning rooms, racquetball courts, a basketball gym and sauna. We've spared no expense to provide the utmost in luxury, comfort and quality for our residents. Visit *******www.forrent****/apartment-community-profile/1002603.php
4 Oct 2007
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Prime dream home opportunity on 7,803 sq. ft. lot w/ fantastic Flatirons & city views. Ideal location in the coveted Panorama Heights & Hillcrest subdivision where many of the homes have already had million dollar conversions. Home itself is currently very livable with 3 bdrms, functional kitchen, laundry & full bth. Solid, bone dry foundation. Roof & Furnace just 12 years old, h2o just 2. Contact Listing Agent for HVL & ILC. Visit all of our streaming properties www.CinemaRealty****
2 Jan 2008
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10 Mar 2008
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10 Mar 2008
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Despite serving us the wettest summer on record, the weather gods have been surprisingly cooperative during my European friends’ vacation. On August 12, 2008 brilliant sunshine awoke us and it was time for another local adventure. We took the subway downtown to Union Station where I gave my visitors a glimpse of Toronto’s most historic railway station. From here we walked east along the historic townhouses of Front Street that today house a variety of cafes and retail stores. Naturally, the triangular Flatiron Building, or more properly called the Gooderham Building, was a major attraction along the way. It was built in 1892, ten years before the famous Flatiron Building in New York City. Our first destination was the St. Lawrence Market, Toronto’s largest market. We met renowned Toronto historian, writer and performer Bruce Bell who is an absolute expert on Toronto’s history as well as the official historian of the St. Lawrence Market and various other landmarks in the city. Bruce explained that from 1845 to 1899 today’s market was originally the first permanent city hall of Toronto and the location of Police Station #1. Even today part of the original building is preserved under the steel canopy of the market hall which was constructed in 1901. We started with a look at the former council chambers which today hold the Market Gallery. Then we explored the merchants on the main and lower floor of the market and got some tasty tidbits, including Canadian back bacon, different types of mustards, various delicious varieties of honey and some sample brownies. In the basement we checked out the areas that remain of the former jail. We also saw the infamous women’s prison dating back to the mid 1800s. After a short stroll through the North Market we headed into St. Lawrence Hall, a historic meeting hall dating back to 1850 whose history illustrates the severe tensions between the British Anglican elite and the Irish Catholic immigrants during Toronto’s early days. For a number of years it was the home of the National Ballet of Canada and continues to be used as a venue for weddings, conferences and special events. Our next stop on the itinerary was St. James Cathedral, built in 1844 according to a Gothic Revival design and featuring Canada’s second tallest church spire. This impressive cathedral is a National Historic Site and seat of the Anglican bishop of the Diocese of Toronto. Bruce provided us with great insight into Toronto’s history, a Toronto long before multiculturalism. Bruce took us back via the Sculpture Garden to Front Street where he said goodbye. We continued our downtown explorations through BCE Place, one of Toronto’s most distinctive buildings. We stopped for lunch at the Renaissance Hotel which is part of the Rogers Centre where we enjoyed a lunch of mixed tapas, overlooking the preparations of the field inside Toronto’s multipurpose stadium. After lunch we headed over to the Steam Whistle Brewery, located in the John Street Roundhouse, a railway facility built in 1929. I always applaud architectural preservation, and this unique building certainly deserves to be preserved. With our mood enhanced by a couple of free samples of beer, we strolled south to Harbourfront and made our way to the Ferry Terminal at the foot of Bay Street. I took my European visitors over to the Toronto Islands to show them the bucolic environment of this little archipelago that offers such a perfect vista of Toronto’s skyline. Having landed at Centre Island, we enjoyed a nice stroll to the pier on the south side and walked east to Wards Island. I also showed my friends some of the permanent island homes on Algonquin Island where we chatted with a local resident. Towards the end of the afternoon we headed home in the subway, after another exciting day of Toronto explorations. Distributed by Tubemogul.
4 Sep 2008
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2-Story custom in “The Estates” at South Pointe – Fantastic curb appeal with mature landscaping and one of South Pointe’s most desirable lots backing to farm land & Boulder Flatiron views. Italian marble tile, oak hardwoods, granite finishes & Berber carpeting throughout. Gourmet eat-in kitchen. Formal living & dining spaces. Family rm with 5:1 surround sound pre-wire, & gas fire. Full-unfinished bsmnt. Upper lvl w/ 4 bdrms including huge mstr. w/ sitting area, bay window, walk-in closet, 5 piece bth w/ jetted tub & grt views. Swimming pool & community park. SEE STEAMING VIDEO OF ALL OF OUR LISTINGS WWW.CINEMAREALTY.COM
6 Oct 2008
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*******zacharyepps****/boulder-real-estate-for-sale-at-3773-orange-ln/ Here’s some very well done Boulder real estate for sale at 3773 Orange Lane. Call or email me if you’re ready to see the inside of this home in person, and I’ll set up your private tour at your convenience. If you need lots of space, but are looking for something that isn’t your typical wasted space mc-mansion, this could be the ticket. I know you hear this kind of thing a lot, but after making this tour, I feel that this home really is one of those that you have to see in person to truely appreciate. I love the way the rooms feel light and open, flow well together, and yet give you all sorts of places to find privacy. I can see this as a great entertainment home, and at the same time, a wonderful place for a family given the way it’s put together. It’s on a quiet and secluded cul-de-sac in north Boulder in a subdivision called Forest Glen which is part of the Wonderland Lake area. What I found in this home was a very nice touch, by a clever architect. It’s the kind of home that I believe would appeal to many people, and yet it has some special touches that make it unique and exciting. This home also has a good sized lot at just over 15,000 square feet, which has some views of the flatirons in the winter, and apparently a great sense of privacy in the summer. You’ll get six bedrooms, five bathrooms, a formal dining room, family room, separate laundry, living room, rec room, also a study/office, and an oversized garage. Now, most everyone claims ‘over-sized’ when they call out the garage these days, but 720 square feet for a two car garage is truly over-sized! The entire home was remodeled recently and includes high-end appliances such as Maytag and Dacor. The local bike path is only about 100 yards away, and another cool feature of the neighborhood is the silverlake ditch that runs along the edge of the property. The finished basement is bright and sunny due to the smart way the full egress windows have been handled, and it also includes a guest suite with a full bathroom. If you’re ready to get inside this wonderful home and explore, please call or email me so we can set up an appointment for your private tour. Visit my site for more useful info on Boulder real estate at *******www.zacharyepps**** -Zachary Epps, full-time professional Realtor
9 Feb 2009
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*******zacharyepps****/superior-real-estate-for-sale-in-rock-creek-ranch/ Here’s a great example of a home for sale in Superior, CO with plenty of room (over 2900 square feet), a finished walk-out basement, amazing views, and all the amenities and conveniences of Rock Creek. Take a look at the tour below and see for yourself what this great home has for you. Better yet, call or email me today to get inside this home for your personal tour. This home in Rock Creek includes four bedrooms and has some great views of the mountains from the family room, kitchen, and especially the master bedroom. The kitchen was recently updated with many excellent upgrades. Beautiful maple cabinets, granite counters and stainless steel appliances are the most obvious and highly demanded features you would expect to find. There are also hardwood floors in the kitchen and family room, and there’s even an enlarged Trex deck just off the back of the kitchen. The new deck is large enough for a full-sized grill, and still plenty of room for a large table and chairs for family dining or entertaining. And, don’t forget the wonderful mountain views. The back yard has lots of large trees, which offer plenty of privacy in the back yard. You’re just a few steps away from the Yarrow access to 27 miles of trails that connect hundreds of acres of parks, open space lands and recreation areas. If you want to be close to the Hwy 36 Corridor, Flatiron Crossing Mall, and don’t want to pay the higher prices of Boulder real estate which don’t include all the benefits of a master-planned community like Rock Creek, you owe it to yourself to check out this house soon. When you think it’s time to explore your needs with someone that really knows the area, call or email me today! In case you’re wondering why I put together these tours, especially when it’s not one of my listings (that’s real estate jargon for who represents the sellers), I want you to know that it’s because I’m looking to build relationships with people just like you. Buyers need personal and professional representation. You have a great tool here with tours like this to learn more about this home and many others. I want you to find the house that really fits your needs. I want you to have the most information possible, and I want you to have someone on your side, working as your advocate when you make such a large decision. Whether you’re looking for a new home for yourself, or a great investment opportunity, homes like this in the Rock Creek neighborhood of Superior, CO might just fit the bill for you. Call or email me now to get more info or to set up your private, personal tour. -Zachary Epps, full-time professional Realtor
25 Jan 2009
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