See San Diego’s Best on the Back of a Motorcycle

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My bucket list is a long one and seemingly grows longer the older I get. Somewhere in the top half of the list is taking a trip to San Diego and also restoring and learning how to ride my father’s 1967 Triumph motorcycle. Although my current financial situation won’t allow me to cross either off […]

Golf Superstar’s Former Mansion Now on the Rental Market

Robinhall House

Want to know what it’s like to live like the world’s number one golfer? Here’s your chance. Once owned by Rory McIlroy, the Robinhall House has been put up for rent by property developer Gary McCausland who bought the home in October 2013 when the hottest name in golf moved to Florida. McCausland, who originally […]

Renting a Car? Don’t Make These Costly Mistakes

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Although car rental companies are making it easier than ever to book a vehicle, there are a couple of things you should know before making a reservation to avoid getting burned. In a recent article for U.S. News & World Report, writer Susan Johnston put together a list of tips to help travelers from “paying […]

High Rent One Cause of Delay for Cat Café

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Say it ain’t so. Several months ago we came across a story about a crowd-funding campaign launched by business partners in San Francisco to raise money for the opening of a cat café in the upscale neighborhood of Hayes Valley. The co-founders, who set out to raise a total of $50,000, have brought in over […]

Planning a Fall Wedding? Start Here.

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In a little over a month, the summer season will come to a close and fall, with its crisp mornings and rich colors, will begin. Aside from the end of beach season and unbearable humidity, the beginning of September also marks the end of wedding season. Fortunately, there’s no rule that says couples can’t or […]

Improve Your Trade Show Presence with These Free Apps

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Whether it’s the large crowds, free-flowing alcohol, or pushy sales reps, trade shows can be a bit overwhelming, if not downright nuts. Fortunately, there are a handful of free smartphone apps available to make your experience not only bearable but also beneficial. Below, we’ve shared a list of these apps compiled by the experts at TechRepublic. […]

Rent Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater

Frank Lloyd Wright

History of Fallingwater by Frank Lloyd Wright Fallingwater is the creation of America’s most famous architect, Frank Lloyd Wright. This home is located in rural Pennsylvania, 43 miles southeast of Pittsburgh. Built for the Kaufmann family between 1936-1939, the house has become an instantly recognizable house that exemplified the high ambitions of 20th century building […]

How to Save Money When Renting Apartments

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  With the demand for apartments and other rentals reaching an all-time high, it is getting more and more difficult to find an affordable place to live, especially if you’re crunched for time. To help first-time renters or those looking to move to a new apartment, we’ve shared some tips to help save both time […]

Game Day Tailgating Tips

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Unless you’ve lived under a rock the last few weeks, you know that football season is underway. If you’re a fan of high school football, college action, the NFL or all of the above, this is undoubtedly your favorite time of the year. While most prefer to take in the action from the comforts of […]

How to Maintain Your Lawn This Fall

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Although it may be pretty tempting to throw in the towel after a long summer of yard work, that might not be such a good idea. In fact, fall is actually the best time to prepare your lawn for the following spring thanks in part to its cooler temperatures and occasional rainfall. So what should […]