Twitter Twitter Google+ Previous articlePolice order Art Van Furniture store to close earlyNext articleElkhart woman arrested after vehicle is struck by train Jon ZimneyJon Zimney is the News and Programming Director for News/Talk 95.3 Michiana’s News Channel and host of the Fries With That podcast. Follow him on Twitter @jzimney. WhatsApp Pinterest Google+ Pinterest 14-year-old killed, other injured in DeKalb County car crash IndianaNews Facebook Facebook By Jon Zimney – March 8, 2020 0 192 WhatsApp (95.3 MNC) AUBURN, Ind. (WANE-TV) — Authorities say a 14-year-old is dead and two other teenagers have been injured in a vehicle crash in northeastern Indiana.The DeKalb County sheriff’s office says the crash happened just before 7 p.m. Saturday on County Road 59.Authorities say the car the was traveling north when it ran off the road. The driver lost control of the vehicle, which hit a concrete sign and flipped over.The 14-year-old was a passenger in the front seat.The driver was a 16-year-old who suffered a collapsed lung and shoulder injury.The 15-year-old backseat passenger suffered scratches.An investigation is ongoing.
Check out a full gallery of images below, courtesy of Sam Shinault Photography: Load remaining images Lake Street Dive, with supporting act The Suffers, is wrapping up the first leg of their East coast tour before heading out to Europe for a major tour. On Saturday night, March 19th, the band’s Side Pony Tour rolled into Richmond, VA for a sold out show at The National. Considering all the remaining dates of their US tour have sold out, expectations were quite high.The Suffers warmed up the crowd with their ‘Gulf Coast Soul’ groove that paired up well with the genre bending headliner’s sound. The Houston, TX based soul band had a big year in 2015, with performances at the Newport Folk Festival, Austin City Limits Music Festival, The Late Show with David Letterman, and NPR’s Tiny Desk. They laid down a great vibe that set the tone for Lake Street Dive’s set.Watch ‘The Suffers’ – NPR’s Tiny Desk Concert below:House lights turned down, just a hint of backlighting silhouetting the band, the cheers from the crowd growing increasingly louder, and Lake Street Dive took the stage! The band busted out into an adrenaline inducing version of ‘God Awful Things,’ a tune from their new album Side Pony that was released in February 2016 on Nonesuch Records.Mixing tracks from their new album in with old favorites like ‘Seventeen’, ‘Clear A Space’, “You Go Down Smooth’, and ‘Bad Self Portraits’ the band kept the crowd moving and shaking to their signature jazz/pop/folk rock sound. Mid-show, fans were treated to a special version of ‘Spectacular Failure’ featuring members from The Suffers horn section sitting in.The night came to a close with a rousing rendition of a track from their new album ‘Call Off Your Dogs’. With the crowd demanding more the 4 piece with special guest Kam Franklin from The Suffers returned to the stage for an encore performance of ‘What I’m Doing Here.’Lake Street Dive always puts on a spectacular show and leave you wanting more, amazed at the evolution of their sound as a band that is only getting better with age. LSD used some of that magic that can only be created by spending large amounts of time in a small smelly van on this next tune. For the 2nd encore the audience was left standing in awe as they contemplated in their heads “Is this real life?, Is this just fantasy? Caught in a landslide, no escape from reality.” Rachael Price used her sultry soulful sounding voice to wow the crowd with a jazzy version of Queen’s ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ that featured one of the sickest stand up bass solos I’ve ever seen/heard, performed by LSD’s resident bass wizardess Bridget Kearney. The perfect ending to the night!Watch Lake Street Dive perform ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ below:Visit Lake Street Dive’s website for tour dates and to purchase their new album Side Pony.
There is, quite simply, nothing like an Andy Frasco & The U.N. show. While other bands trudge through their setlists, these renegades fire off the songs from their four studio albums (including 2016’s breakthrough Happy Bastards) with explosive intensity–and leave fans with mile-wide grins. “Basically, we’re trying to freak people out,” explains Frasco. “I want people to be spiritually uplifted and happy–and also make them think a little bit.”On June 30th, Frasco and the U.N. will release a new CD/DVD on Ruf Records that captures all the full-throttle mayhem of the group’s live show. The group’s first live album, entitled Songs From The Road, will be released on June 30th. Says Frasco, “We’ve been asked for years now to make a live record and we’ve been reluctant to make one until we as a band felt we were ready… Well, after 10 years of dive bars and festivals working out all the songs we have written over the years, the day is finally here!” Today, Live For Live Music is proud to premiere a new single, “Make It Work,” from the upcoming album. Says Frasco of the live cut off his 2016 studio LP “‘Make It Work’ was one of the first songs I wrote with my buddy Kenli to start the creation of Happy Bastards. Here’s a live version of my one of my favorite songs!”Stream the live version of “Make It Work” from Andy Frasco & The U.N.‘s Songs From The Road below:What’s captured on both CD and DVD on Songs From The Road isn’t just a regular show (even as much as no Frasco show is “just a regular show”)–It’s a street party! You join the band on Day 142 of their 2016 world tour, and in the sleepy German town of Bamberg, all hell is breaking loose. Fans invade the stage. Tubas are set on fire. And at the eye of the storm, there’s the frontman himself: a wild-haired whirling dervish who spends opening song “C Boogie” bucking his hips, hammering on his piano keys and dancing in the front row. “We’re recording a live album in your town,” Frasco announces to the crowd. “It’s gonna be awesome…”Live bands don’t get this good overnight. Frasco’s own story goes back to the suburbs of post-millennial Los Angeles, where at the tender age of 13, he used his industrial-strength charm to score a job as a record label executive, fitting math classes around business calls. At the young age of 16, he was touring the States with one of his signings. “I grew up too quickly,” he reflects. “I fell in love with the road and I just kept going. Failure was not an option for me.”In his early years as a hype man, Frasco always had charisma in spades, but he’ll admit that he “bullshitted my way til I finally learned how to sing and play piano”. In 2007, he pulled together The U.N. from the cream of the international scene and set out on a world tour that has never really ended. “This band is a group of gypsies,” he says. “We’ve been living in a van for ten years straight, doing 250 shows a year. That’s really not the norm. We’re basically blue-collar musicians, on the road every day, making a living. We might be sleeping on guitar cases, guitar amps, someone’s floor – but we’re happy. We’re fulfilling our dream.”Since the release of 2016’s Happy Bastards, everyone wants a piece of them. With material that took in funk, soul, rock, roots and the band’s self-styled “party blues,” this was an album that you knew would sound amazing live. Sure enough, when The U.N. took the stage in Bamberg, the songs like “Mature As Fuck” never sounded better. As he tells the crowd in the recording above, after after singing “Make It Work,” “That song was for the ladies. This next song is for the dudes. It’s called “Mature As Fuck.” Says Frasco, “That song is basically about doing stuff for yourself and not worrying what other people think of you, because you’re a grown-ass man.”Something for the ladies, something for the dudes, and a whole lot for anybody who gets their kicks from a cathartically unhinged rock and roll show. That’s what fans have to look forward to on Andy Frasco & The U.N.’s Songs From The Road, available on June 30th.You can see a full list of upcoming tour dates from Andy Frasco & The U.N. below. For more information, or to purchase tickets, head to Andy’s website.2017 Tour Dates:6/27: Boulder City, NV – Boulder Dam Brewing6/28: Boulder City, NV – Boulder Dam Brewing6/30: Crystal Bay, NV – Crystal Bay Casino7/8: Sun Valley, ID – Sun Valley PavillionSun Valley, ID – Whiskey Jacques7/20: Victor, ID – Music on Main7/22: Park City, UT – OP Rockwell7/23: Huntsville, UT – Snowbasin7/28: Fort Smith, AR – Peacemaker Festival7/29: Fort Smith, AR – Peacemaker Festival8/4: Lincoln, NE – Hullabaloo Music Fest8/5: Lincoln, NE – Hullabaloo Music Fest8/8: Bethlehem, PA – MusikFest8/11: Cedarburg, WI – Summer Sounds Music Series8/12: Cedar Rapids, IA – Concerts on the Creek8/17: Big Sky, MT – Music In The Mountains8/26: Kansas City, MO – CrossroadsKC9/27: Berlin, Germany – Bassy Club9/28: Hannover, Germany – Lux9/29: Bamberg, Germany – Live Club9/30: Stuttgart, Germany – Universum10/1: Frankfurt, Germany – Das Bett10/2: Dortmund, Germany – Blue Notez10/4: Luckenwalde, Germany – WunderBar2018 Tour Dates1/17 – 1/22: Miami, FL – Jam Cruise1/30 – 2/4: New Orleans, LA – The Rock Boat[Cover photo via Kayla Woyak of Emerald Tide Photography]
At a Mass for immigrants and refugees at the Basilica of the Sacred Heart on Monday night, associate professor of theology Fr. Daniel Groody said the United States’ and Catholics’ attitude towards immigrants and refugees is of utmost importance.Katelyn Valley | The Observer “What is at stake now is not just our politics, but our very salvation,” he said. The Mass was sponsored by Campus Ministry, the Office of the President and Student Government. University president Fr. John Jenkins presided, and student government leaders and Notre Dame Right to Life president Aly Cox read prayers and scripture, respectively. The Mass came little more than a week after President Donald Trump issued an executive order banning the issuance of visas to nationals of seven Muslim-majority countries for 90 days and stopping the admission of refugees for 120 days, in order to review the country’s immigration vetting process. The order, which a federal judge temporarily stayed over the weekend allowing some visa holders to enter the country, sparked protests around the world and in South Bend. It also created uncertainty for the approximately 30 students from the seven countries at Notre Dame as to whether they would be able to return home and come back, or get a job in this country. In his homily, Groody, who is also the director of Immigration Initiatives at the Institute of Latino Studies and has written and edited several books about immigration, directly addressed the executive order, focusing primarily on its effect on refugees. He recalled Pope Francis’ pastoral visit to the Italian island of Lampedusa, where many refugees arrive in unsafe boats, in 2013. Groody said the Mass reflected Francis’ compassion for refugees. “We care about issues of national security, the future of our country,” Groody said. “We care about human insecurity and justice and peace around the world. At the same time, we are troubled by the decisions of our political leaders, decisions being made to build walls and close doors. But our readings remind us that as we build walls around our identities, we build walls around our hearts and keep God out as well.” Groody compared the United States’ intake of Syrian refugees to that of Jordan and Germany, who have resettled 1 million each; Lebanon, which has resettled 2 million, and Turkey, which has resettled 3 million. The U.S. has resettled 18,000. “Now our leaders say even this is too much, that this must change to keep us safe, to protect our homes, to ‘Make America Great Again.’ On the surface this is appealing, seductive rhetoric, for who would not want to be safe and secure and prosperous?” he said. “But … closing our doors not only deprives a stranger in need, it diminishes who we are personally and collectively.” Groody said attending to the needs of people both within and outside U.S. borders is a key part of Catholic Social Teaching. “Even if a country has a political right to control its borders, it also has a moral responsibility to be in the world and to do good for the world,” he said. Groody, quoting French diplomat and writer Alexis de Tocqueville, said part of what makes America great is its goodness. “Let me say this even more strongly,” he said. “The current executive order is not just about migrants and refugees, but the core values of our country and the shaping of the soul of our nation and presently betrays the foundational principles of our forefathers.” “Immigration is not our central problem,” he added. “Immigration is rather a symptom of deeper problems, like war, poverty, human rights violations, religious intolerance. Underneath these is what Pope Francis calls the ‘globalization of indifference’ — the feeling that, ‘The migrant and refugee crisis is not my problem. It’s not my concern,’ and in this case it’s not America’s responsibility.” Groody quoted Pope Francis’ 2013 sermon at Lampedusa at length, in which the Pope asked forgiveness for the world’s indifference to the migrant crisis.“In so many ways Francis reminds us that when we become so used to the suffering of others we lose to the ability to lament, we’ve lost something of our own humanity,” he said. “We’re not here to talk about politics but to proclaim and to live the Gospel, even and especially when there are ramifications relating to the political discord of our society.” Groody invoked Jesus Christ as both an example of an immigrant and as a model of compassion. “So we do so not just out of humanitarian concern, but response to the God who first showed us and came to our world as a migrant from Nazareth.”At Pope Francis’ Mass in Lampedusa in 2013, a special chalice was used which was made from driftwood from a recent shipwreck that resulted in the deaths of hundreds of migrants. One of the chalices used for communion wine at the Notre Dame mass was also made of driftwood from Lampedusa, as well as mesquite wood from the American Southwest, another site of mass migration. Those attending the Mass were also encouraged to touch a piece of a boat placed in the center aisle of the Basilica, process to the Grotto after the Mass for further prayer and then attend an information session and short film about Syrian refugees at LaFortune Student Center.Tags: Donald Trump, executive order, Immigration, Mass for Immigration and Refugees, President Donald Trump, Refugees
The recent Supreme Court-approved amendments to the Rules Regulating The Florida Bar have expanded the “safe harbor” for lawyer advertisements that do not have to be reviewed by the Bar.The amendments also made several other changes to the rules that are of interest to advertising lawyers.The Bar has put the complete version of the advertising rules on its Web site, www.FLABAR.org, as well as updated the Handbook on Lawyer Advertising and Solicitation. Prepared by the Standing Committee on Advertising, the handbook reviews the rules, tells lawyers how to file ads for review with the Bar, and gives other valuable information about advertising.It can be downloaded directly from the Bar site and printed in PDF format. If a lawyer is unable to accommodate that format, a free copy of the handbook is available by calling (800)342-8060, ext. 5780.The site also has other resources, including samples of ads that comply with Bar rules and those that don’t, copies of formal opinions issued by the Standing Committee on Advertising, and answers to frequently asked questions.Among the changes to the advertising rules approved by the court were:• Expanding what can be included in an ad without triggering a required review by the Bar’s Ethics and Advertising Department. For example, photos of firm members, against a plain background or background such as law books, are now allowed.• Clarifying that lawyers who send unsolicited e-mails to potential clients must file a copy with the Bar, the same as a mailed solicitation.• Those e-mail solicitations must also include a statement of qualifications from the sending lawyer or law firm.• If a lawyer or law firm intends to refer any resulting cases to another law firm, the advertisement must state that.• An advertising lawyer cannot imply his or her services have received approval or endorsement from The Florida Bar.A more detailed discussion of the change is in an Ethics Update official notice in this News. For more information, lawyers can contact the Ethics and Advertising Department at (800)235-8619 or (850)561-5780. Accompanying this story is a checklist, prepared by the Ethics and Advertising Department. The list, also available on the Web site, can be clipped and kept as a handy reference. Court amends ad rules June 1, 2002 Regular News Court amends ad rules
Video has taken the social media world by storm. According to YouTube, the site garners more than 1 billion views per day. Video has proven to be a powerful storytelling tool, helping people and businesses alike connect with their audience in a meaningful way. For credit unions, video provides a compelling channel to tell your unique story, deepen member relationships, forge connections with the community and engage the next generation.There is a common misconception that creating a video is a complex, expensive, time-consuming process. This simply isn’t the case, and the following three examples are videos that can be created in less than a day, often a few hours, using simply an iPhone or other mobile device. Integrating video can boost the success of your social media strategy, drive website traffic, improve organic search engine results and boost the success of member outreach campaigns.Highlight Videos: Showcasing News, Events and ActivitiesCredit unions recognize the significance of social media, and in response, a growing majority have established a presence on popular platforms including Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn to connect with their members. Creating a short video to introduce or preview new content—including new blog entries, press announcements or educational materials for members—is a simple, yet effective way to gain additional visibility and boost social media engagement. Including video as a supplement to other marketing materials helps ensure your messaging resonates with the audience. Additionally, highlight videos showcasing community involvement, volunteer efforts or other events are relatively easy to create and help your credit union stand out in a crowded market. Short videos are easy to consume and quickly grab the viewer’s attention. 12SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr continue reading »
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2620-2622 Virginia Drive, Hope Island.Of the two top sales on the Coast, one was a “secret home” at Hope Island that changed hands in July.A Vietnamese businessman bought the waterfront residence at 2620-2622 Virginia Drive in an off-market deal through Wendy and Warren Hickey from Hope Island Resort Realty.“We weren’t allowed to take any photos until after it had sold,” Ms Hickey said.“It is really hard to sell a secret but a home with this calibre attracts a lot of wealthy attention.Spanning across three blocks, the entrance to the 3,227sq m property is grand with a double gated entry, porte-cochere and sweeping staircase.But the sale was $8.5 million shy of last year’s mammoth $25 million sale of former Billabong executive Scott Perrin’s Mermaid Beach mansion. More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach Northless than 1 hour ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa20 hours ago201-205 Monaco St, Broadbeach Waters.Monaco St at Broadbeach Waters was also touted as a millionaire’s playground earlier this year with two sales around the $9 million mark.It is understood No. 201-205 changed hands in a cash sale.The deal involving a Taiwanese buyer was negotiated by Christopher Jones and Lisa Halpin of Savills Residential Gold Coast, who declined to confirm the contract price. 75-77 Monaco St, Broadbeach Waters, $9 million Tidemark sold for $25 million in 2016.The record residential sale for the Gold Coast still stands at $27 million – it was chalked up in 2008 when BreakFree founder Tony Smith sold an uncompleted mansion in Hedges Ave to later-failed internet whiz Daniel Tzvetkoff. 187-191 Hedges Ave, Mermaid Beach, $16.5 million 41 The Promenade, Surfers ParadiseArguably one of the best riverfront addresses on the Gold Coast, this grand hotel-like residence at Isle of Capri has it all.But, it’s the double main river block with views from Main Beach to Broadbeach and right down the mouth of the river that captured the attention of the property’s new owner.Property records reveal the owner to be Kool Kids founder Bruce Coulson, who also purchased the block next door for $6.5 million. 11 Southern Cross Drive, Surfers Paradise, $6.95 million 187-191 Hedges Ave, Mermaid Beach.Also trading hands for $16.5 million this year was Melbourne Cup winner and real estate identity David Henderson’s luxury Mermaid Beach mansion that sold in August.The Albatross Ave property first hit the market in 2016 with a $19.75 million price tag. It was designed by architect Paul Uhlmann and spans across three beachfront blocks giving it a commanding street presence. 61 Jefferson Lane, Palm Beach.One of only two beachfront properties to make the top 10 Gold Coast sales list, this stunning four-level beach house, where no expense has been spared, sold for $5.9 million.Records show the residence was linked to Claybar Pty Ltd and the late Ian Barclay, a prominent Master Builder who worked on projects including stage two of the Queensland Performing Arts Centre, the Brisbane Airport domestic terminal and the Houghton Highway Bridge at Redcliffe. 2620-2622 Virginia Drive, Hope Island was one of the biggest sales on the Coast in 2017.THEY’RE jaw-dropping, have out-of-this-world features and sell for millions of dollars.The top 10 Gold Coast property sales of 2017 included an array of waterfront residences from Hope Island to Palm Beach.But there was one noticable absence – despite the city being known for its high-rises there were no apartment sales in the top 10.The Coast’s mega mansions dominated the list with two selling for $16.5 million each to tie for the top spot. 187-191 Hedges Ave, Mermaid Beach.While the 30m of beach frontage is one of its best assets, the mansion also comes with a lift, basement for seven cars, sauna, cocktail bar and a gym.“It was listed for $19.75 million last year but as soon as we adjusted the price to $16.995 million we had a frenzy of buyers and they were all qualified buyers with genuine offers,” agent Luke Henderson said. 201-205 Monaco Street Broadbeach Waters, $9.5 million 19-21 Queen Anne Court, Sovereign Islands..This mega-mansion was on the market for two years before it finally sold for $6.5 million.Sprawled across a double block, the home has a heavy European influence with lion statues, gold leaf trimmings, pillars and fountains. 25 Southern Cross Drive, Surfers Paradise, $6 million 75-77 Monaco St, Broadbeach Waters Glenn and Victoria Hargraves, part owners of directory and online search company Local Search, bought the property and planned to make the move from Mermaid beach.The pair said the home sparked their interest with its architecture, northerly aspect, skyline views and land size. 14 Admiralty Drive, Paradise Waters, $7.7 million 2620-2622 Virginia Drive, Hope Island.The Gold Coast trumped Brisbane, with an Ascot home which sold for $8.8 million coming in as the capital city’s biggest sale.While millions of dollars behind Sydney’s top sale – a Double Bay mansion that sold for a cool $71 million – the Gold Coast was hot on the heels of Melbourne with Victoria’s largest sale coming in at $16.8 million for a Toorak house.So which properties made up the Gold Coast’s top sales for 2017? CoreLogic has complied the tops sales from across the Coast. Take a look: 2620-2622 Virginia Drive, Hope Island, $16.5 million 14 Admiralty Drive, Paradise WatersA Gold Coast buyer continued the rush for big-ticket homes by paying $7.7 million for this mansion in one of the premier riverfront streets at Paradise Waters.The price achieved for 14 Admiralty Drive is believed to be the second highest on record for the street. 41 The Promenade, Surfers Paradise, $6.95 million 25 Southern, Cross Drive, Surfers Paradise.THE “very best views of Surfers Paradise” captivated the buyer of this stunning five-bedroom mansion.Located on exclusive Cronin Island, the house sold for a cool $6 million via expressions of interest. 61 Jefferson Lane, Palm Beach, $5.9 million 11 Southern Cross Drive, Surfers Paradise.Renowend architect Bayden Goddard was responsible for the design of this stunning six- edroom Cronin Island home, which offers flawless timber and custom marble finishes across four levels of luxury.Selling for $6.95 million to a Chinese buyer, the residence is one of only 34 homes on the small triangular pocket off Chevron Island. 19-21 Queen Anne Court, Sovereign Islands, $6.5 million
34 Stephens St, Burleigh Heads will be offered to the market on September 18. More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa15 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days ago23 Seaside Ave, Mermaid Beach. The crowd at a previous auction event run by John Henderson Professionals Mermaid Beach.WITH spring in full swing, many agencies are taking advantage of the warming weather and hosting auction events.On Tuesday, September 18, the team at John Henderson Professionals Mermaid Beach are holding their Spring Auction Spectacular where they will take five properties to auction at the Mermaid Bowls Club. “We are seeing a lot of interest from Sydney and Melbourne,” director Luke Henderson said. “The market on the Gold Coast is still maturing here and there’s lot of opportunities for jobs and what not.”He said the market was balancing out with opportunities on the Gold Coast for both sellers and buyers. “Sellers can get a premium price but buyers can still see a lot of value,” he said. Among the properties on offer is a beachfront apartment spanning an entire floor of a renovated apartment tower on Hedges Ave, Mermaid Beach.Mr Henderson said the three-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment was attracting strong interest from potential buyers.“Solano, which comprises six full-floor apartments, is renowned for its corner position on Hedges Avenue and apartments in the building only come onto the market once in a blue moon,’’ Mr Henderson said. A four-bedroom brick house in heart of the popular Burleigh Heads is attracting strong buyer interest.The north-facing property at 34 Stephens St is within walking distance to the beaches of Burleigh Heads and trendy James Street cafes.Mr Henderson said the property, subject to council approval, could also provide aredevelopment opportunity for a canny investor.The Spring Auction Spectacular kicks off at 6pm. 23 Seaside Ave, Mermaid Beach. 3/121 Hedges Ave, Mermaid Beach. Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 1:58Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -1:58 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels720p720pHD576p576p360p360p216p216pAutoA, selectedAudio Tracken (Main), selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.This is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.Close Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenWhy location is everything in real estate01:59 3/121 Hedges Ave, Mermaid Beach is going under the hammer on September 18. A two-storey, five-bedroom house at 23 Seaside Ave, Mermaid Beach will also go under the hammer.Vendors Jim and Pam Meyer are downsizing from their family home.The couple, who raised their children in the home, say they love the Mermaid Beach area but the house is now too large for them.The two-storey home has four of its five bedrooms on the upper level, separated from the master suite, which is found on the ground floor.
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