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    Quieted by pandemic and trashed by break-ins and squatters, Capitol Hill gay dance club Neighbours says it needs your help to survive – CHS Capitol… - December 25, 2020 by Mr HomeBuilder

    Break-ins and squatters have decimated the space home to Capitol Hill dance club and iconic Seattle LGBTQ venue Neighbours, shuttered for months under COVID-19 restrictions.

    After 9 years in Vancouver and 38 years in Seattle, Neighbours may have to close their doors, performer Roxy Doll writes in a fundraiser plea launched to help the nightclub. COVID-19 is one thing, but to have to replace and rebuild everything on top of being shut down for who knows how much longer. I dont know if they are going to make it.

    The goal, Doll tells CHS, is to raise enough so that Neighbours can reopen again when restrictions are relaxed and to give any extra to a charity to help others. You can give here.

    But that day is currently a long way away made even more distant by a mix of brazen and desperate actions. People breaking in cut through the fire door and even a walk-in freezer door at one point.The sound systems, all alcohol, lighting equipment, and all the cameras have been stolen, Doll said. The club has ended up filled with human waste, needles, and trash dragged in from outside. The floor and walls have been spray painted and tagged. Someone cut holes in the walls looking for copper pipes.

    The performer has taken on the role of clean-up manager to help the club where she has been performing for years while the clubs owner Moustafa Moe Elassiouti is in Egypt due to COVID-19.

    Neighbours is not alone. CHS is also gathering information on a nearby office building left empty by the restrictions that also suffered a major break-in and squat situation. By the time police acted to clear that building this month, it was trashed inside and filled with left-behind high end items including a large Apple monitor and piles of electronics.

    Doll says police also didnt do much to stop what was happening at Neighbours as the first break-in came the night of a July protest march. Over the months, Doll says police were called several times. They just tell them to leave, Doll said. Not doing much about it or caring much.

    Word spread about the severity of the break-ins and squatting at Neighbours this fall after the situation worsened through summer. Egan Orion of the Broadway Business Improvement Association says his organization learned about the situation in late October as it added to an already bleak landscape for the neighborhoods LGBTQ nightlife scene.

    Every bar and nightclub is on life support, Orion said.

    The Seattle Gay News tells CHS it is also planning to help support the Neighbours fundraiser.

    Another neighborhood icon got a boost through a community fundraiser during the pandemic. E Pikes Wildrose raised more than $50,000 to help it stay afloat. Meanwhile, another legendary Hill gay bar The Cuff found new ownership with neighborhood nightlife entrepreneur Joey Burgess to start 2020.

    The Neighbours property owned by Elassiouti remains for sale CHS reported on the $6.9 million price tag placed on the property in January 2019. It was relisted last month for $5.75 million. Up the block, development of The Eldridge, an eight-story affordable housing project focused on LGBTQ+ elders, is moving forward with the city currently working through the demolition permit on the preservation-focused project.

    Even if the Neighbours property somehow sells during the pandemic, the club could be in place for years to come. But only if people step up to help, Doll says.

    Once COVID restrictions lift, Neighbours will most likely be the only gay club standing, Doll says, and hopefully ready to open If we get enough help.

    You can give to help Neighbours via GoFundMe here.

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    Massachusetts police reform bill making its way back through Beacon Hill – WCVB Boston - December 25, 2020 by Mr HomeBuilder

    Members of the Massachusetts Senate passed an amended version of the state's police reform bill, which will now be sent to the Massachusetts House of Representatives.The highly-anticipated and controversial legislation is making its way back through Beacon Hill after both the Massachusetts House and the State Senate passed it earlier this month. Gov. Charlie Baker, however, returned the bill to state lawmakers with several changes and the threat of a veto.Baker says police training programs should not be controlled by a civilian commission, but leaders in communities of color made it clear that it is critical for the civilian-led commission to have a say in the development of use of force regulations. In response, the State Senate adopted a change that will give the civilian-led Massachusetts Peace Officer Standards and Training Commission and the Municipal Police Training Committee join responsibility in approving, promulgating and implementing use of force regulations.In addition, the governor wants to allow the use of facial-recognition technology. In an effort to preserve the totality of the bill, state senators adopted changes to the amendment that limits law enforcement's use of facial recognition to appropriate circumstances while maintaining the original bill's requirements on transparency in data collection and the creation of a new commission on facial surveillance."What we put on the governor's desk was a full ban of facial-recognition techniques. This is a partial ban, if you will," said State Sen. Will Brownsberger, chair of the Joint Committee on the Judiciary.The State Senate passed the modified legislation by a 31-9 margin Monday night, just days after Boston police body camera footage recorded during May 31 protests over the death of George Floyd was released by the online outlet "The Appeal." The video release has resulted in a police sergeant being placed on administrative leave and an internal investigation by the Boston Police Department."There is a ton in this bill that is going to really set a new standard for the national policy landscape on police accountability and prevention of misconduct," said State Sen. Sonia Chang-Diaz.In a statement released Monday night, Massachusetts Senate President Karen Spilka said passing meaningful police reform and racial justice legislation this session is her "top priority."The bill that we are advancing today is not a magic bullet to reverse the pain and injustice endured by communities of color and those disproportionately affected by law enforcement in Massachusetts -- no one is claiming that it is, nor is it even possible for one bill to do that," reads Spilka's statement. "But when given the choice of making necessary compromises or letting this bill be vetoed, it was unconscionable to me to not do what was necessary to lay this important foundation of accountability and transparency." The following statement from Lizzy Guyton, the communications director for Baker's office, was shared with NewsCenter 5:Todays Senate proposal reflects the amendments that the governor made to the bill two weeks ago. After discussing the governors amendments with the Black and Latino Legislative Caucus, the administration believes this package addresses the issues identified by the governors amendments and he looks forward to signing this version should it reach his desk.The police reform bill will now go before the Massachusetts House, which has formal sessions scheduled for Tuesday and Wednesday.The current legislative session is scheduled to end Jan. 5.

    Members of the Massachusetts Senate passed an amended version of the state's police reform bill, which will now be sent to the Massachusetts House of Representatives.

    The highly-anticipated and controversial legislation is making its way back through Beacon Hill after both the Massachusetts House and the State Senate passed it earlier this month. Gov. Charlie Baker, however, returned the bill to state lawmakers with several changes and the threat of a veto.

    Baker says police training programs should not be controlled by a civilian commission, but leaders in communities of color made it clear that it is critical for the civilian-led commission to have a say in the development of use of force regulations. In response, the State Senate adopted a change that will give the civilian-led Massachusetts Peace Officer Standards and Training Commission and the Municipal Police Training Committee join responsibility in approving, promulgating and implementing use of force regulations.

    In addition, the governor wants to allow the use of facial-recognition technology. In an effort to preserve the totality of the bill, state senators adopted changes to the amendment that limits law enforcement's use of facial recognition to appropriate circumstances while maintaining the original bill's requirements on transparency in data collection and the creation of a new commission on facial surveillance.

    "What we put on the governor's desk was a full ban of facial-recognition techniques. This is a partial ban, if you will," said State Sen. Will Brownsberger, chair of the Joint Committee on the Judiciary.

    The State Senate passed the modified legislation by a 31-9 margin Monday night, just days after Boston police body camera footage recorded during May 31 protests over the death of George Floyd was released by the online outlet "The Appeal." The video release has resulted in a police sergeant being placed on administrative leave and an internal investigation by the Boston Police Department.

    "There is a ton in this bill that is going to really set a new standard for the national policy landscape on police accountability and prevention of misconduct," said State Sen. Sonia Chang-Diaz.

    In a statement released Monday night, Massachusetts Senate President Karen Spilka said passing meaningful police reform and racial justice legislation this session is her "top priority."

    The bill that we are advancing today is not a magic bullet to reverse the pain and injustice endured by communities of color and those disproportionately affected by law enforcement in Massachusetts -- no one is claiming that it is, nor is it even possible for one bill to do that," reads Spilka's statement. "But when given the choice of making necessary compromises or letting this bill be vetoed, it was unconscionable to me to not do what was necessary to lay this important foundation of accountability and transparency."

    The following statement from Lizzy Guyton, the communications director for Baker's office, was shared with NewsCenter 5:

    Todays Senate proposal reflects the amendments that the governor made to the bill two weeks ago. After discussing the governors amendments with the Black and Latino Legislative Caucus, the administration believes this package addresses the issues identified by the governors amendments and he looks forward to signing this version should it reach his desk.

    The police reform bill will now go before the Massachusetts House, which has formal sessions scheduled for Tuesday and Wednesday.

    The current legislative session is scheduled to end Jan. 5.

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    Oppenheim Architecture’s Otherworldly Designs Meet Their Match on The Mandalorian – Interior Design - December 25, 2020 by Mr HomeBuilder

    The breakout Disney+ series "The Mandalorian" had die-hard "Star Wars" fans and fandom rookies alike clamoring for a subscription to the new streaming platform late last year. Now, the show is a cult favorite and infinitely meme-able, thanks to its compelling characters, namely The Child, a beloved creature also known colloquially as Baby Yoda. But the deep glassy brown of The Childs eyes and the action-packed plot are not the only draws of the show, or the "Star Wars" universe at large. A big part of the series allure is its world-building, and the unique landscapes that define each piece of the story. "The Mandalorian" takes advantage of the world George Lucas built and explores new horizons across the galaxy.

    The design of "Star Wars" and "The Mandalorian" may appear futuristic, but the events take place A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away as the iconic opening scroll tells us. Design firm Oppenheim Architectures projects echo the space odysseys otherworldly structures with a link to the past. In a funny way, what informs these new, future-focused designs are the form and function of architecture from the past, says founder Chad Oppenheim. Looking at the most basic methods of architecture as a craftimagining how civilizations sprouted from the earth in which they were foundedand envisioning buildings that use nature to carve out space, a view, a way of life.Here, Interior Design takes a closer look at some of Oppenheims projects with parallels to "The Mandalorian."

    Editor's note: This story contains spoilers for Season 2 of "The Mandalorian."

    Season 2 of "The Mandalorian" kicks off with a side quest in Tatooine, the planet where Anakin and Luke Skywalker both grew up. The original design of this planet was inspired by a province south of Tunisia called Tataouine. For theAyla Golf Academy and Clubhouse in Aqaba, Oppenheim constructed a concrete shell, which mimics the desert landscape and takes cues from ancient Bedouin architecture.

    By episode five, the Mandalorian and Baby Yoda find their way to the city of Calodan in search of the remaining Jedi. The landscape of its forest planet Corvus has seen destruction of the Empire, but the walls of Calodan are still standing. In another part of the galaxy, Oppenheim creates a similar contrast between wilderness and the built environment with the Muttenz Water Treatment Plant in Switzerland. The stone and clay exterior keeps the faade in the natural realm, while the modernist form of the building stands out from its wooded surroundings. Many of my most 'futuristic' projects aren't in cities, but rather, isolated in nature, Oppenheim remarks.Respecting these surroundings has inspired what might appear, on the surface, to be such a departure from nature."

    In episode six, the Mandalorian lands his Razor Crest on the mysterious planet of Tython inhopes of findingthe seeing stone at the Jedi temple ruins. Baby Yoda meditates on the stone, situated on top of a rocky hill, while the Mandalorian protects him from a wave of Imperial stormtroopers. Back in Jordan, Oppenheims concept for a series of luxury lodges proposes structural forms with minimal interference to the natural setting.

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    South of the James Farmers Market Coming Back to Forest Hill Park on Thursdays – rvahub.com - December 25, 2020 by Mr HomeBuilder

    When it is safe to travel again, the Richmond region will be on top of many peoples vacation plan lists.

    Richmond was named as one of the 50 Best Places to Travel in 2021 this month by Travel + Leisure, one of the countrys leading magazines covering domestic and international travel.

    The designation is significant for the region, according to Richmond Region Tourism, the nonprofit organizationdedicated to promoting the Region to meeting, convention and sports event planners, tour operators and leisure travelers.

    We know national recognition helps drive interest and visitors to our region, said Jack Berry, Richmond Region Tourisms President & CEO. As we look to the future, we know the health of our regions economy depends on a strong travel sector. Our team is actively working with partners to welcome visitors back to the region when it is safe to do so.

    Richmond Region Tourism launchedTravelSafeRVA.comas a resource for visitors to navigate safety protocols when traveling in the future.

    Travel + Leisure noted Richmonds focus on inclusion, public art and central location as reasons to visit:

    One of 2020s most indelible images, and the one that best captured the changing identity of Richmond, was that of Marcus-David Peters Circle on Monument Avenue: A statue of Confederate general Robert E. Lee astride a horse, its stone plinth a kaleidoscope of tags in support of Black Lives Matter. Now, with the statues removal in the works, Richmond is looking toward a new, more inclusive future. Virginias governor announced a proposal to allot $10 million in state funding to redesign the site, along with the stretches of Monument Avenue that once held similar tributes to Confederate figures. Another $9 million is proposed to help improve Richmonds existing Slave Trail and establish a Slavery Heritage Site. Elsewhere in the city, look for public art created this year as part of Mending Walls RVA, a project spearheaded by muralist Hamilton Glass that brings together artists from disparate backgrounds to create murals around Richmond. Newly launched nonstop flights from Florida, Las Vegas, and Los Angeles will make visiting in 2021 a breeze, and Richmonds location within easy reach of Charlottesville, Virginia Beach, and wine country makes it an ideal home base for a lengthier exploration of the state.

    Earlier this year, Richmond Region Tourism released its 10-year strategic plan aimed at responsibly growing the regions tourism industry while supporting quality of life for residents. Richmond Region 2030 focuses on experience development, infrastructure investments, and hospitality industry advocacy. The plan will be an important roadmap as the regions tourism economy rebounds.

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    On the Money: Congress unveiled a $2.3 trillion spending package | Mnuchin expects people to start receiving stimulus checks next week | Year-end… - December 25, 2020 by Mr HomeBuilder

    Hello, happy Monday, and welcome back to On The Money. I'm Niv Elis, filling in for Sylvan Lane, with your nightly guide to everything affecting your bills, bank account and bottom line.

    See something I missed? Let me know at nelis@thehill.com or tweet me @NivElis. And if you like your newsletter, you can subscribe to it here: http://bit.ly/1NxxW2N.

    Write us with tips, suggestions and news: slane@thehill.com, njagoda@thehill.com and nelis@thehill.com. Follow us on Twitter: @SylvanLane, @NJagoda and @NivElis.

    THE BIG DEAL: Congress unveiled a $2.3 trillion spending package Monday just hours before its expected passage in both chambers, funding the government though the end of the fiscal year and providing relief to a coronavirus-battered economy.

    The package includes a $1.4 trillion omnibus bill based on a 2019 spending deal, which consists of $740.5 billion in defense spending and $664.5 billion in domestic spending.

    It also includes a $900 billion COVID-19 relief bill, which Congressional leaders agreed to over the weekend (more on that below).

    The bill included:

    Ive got more details for you about the bill and everything in it right here.

    LEADING THE DAY: Lawmakers late on Sunday released details about a long-awaited $900 billion coronavirus relief, covering stimulus checks, unemployment benefits, and small business aid.

    Both Democrats and Republicans touted various aspects of the relief package, though Democrats wanted a significantly larger bill.

    Democrats argue that more relief legislation will need to be enacted once President-elect Joe BidenJoe BidenJudge throws out GOP lawsuit to close Georgia ballot drop boxes after business hours First responders serenade Fauci with 'happy birthday' Joe Biden can be the president for middle class workers and all races MORE takes office, though Republicans are already resisting that idea. A state and local aid package and liability protections were left out of the agreement.

    When Congress approves the legislation it will have appropriated more than $4 trillion to respond to the coronavirus pandemic that has caused more than 300,000 deaths across the country.

    So whats in the bill? Naomi Jagoda, Alex Bolton and I have all the info you need right here.

    Year-end package extends expiring tax breaks: The massive year-end package that lawmakers unveiled on Monday addresses a host of expiring tax provisions, making some of them permanent.

    Tax breaks that are made permanent include excise tax relief for alcohol producers that was originally included in the 2017 GOP tax-cut law. Making these tax reductions permanent was a key priority for alcohol industry groups and lawmakers on both sides of the aisle.

    Another tax provision that is made permanent allows people to claim a deduction for medical expenses to the extent those expenses exceed 7.5 percent of their income, rather than 10 percent as was the case for people under 65 between 2013 and 2017.

    Several other tax provisions are extended through 2025. They include the new markets tax credit that is aimed at incentivizing investment in low-income communities, the work opportunity tax credit designed to incentivize businesses to hire people from groups that have consistently faced barriers to employment, a tax break for the motorsports industry and a tax credit for employers who provide paid family and medical leave.

    Naomi has more info for you right here.

    Businesses see transformed landscape even after vaccines: The coronavirus pandemic and its aftermath could transform the landscape for U.S. businesses.

    With a larger remote workforce, expanded delivery options and lingering health fears likely to last long after the pandemic is under control, business owners and entrepreneurs are asking tough questions and bracing for an uncertain future.

    Businesses that pay richly for offices and storefronts in bustling downtowns are reconsidering whether high rents and tight crowds still make sense. A national wipeout of small businesses may leave plenty of vacated real estate for major companies to fill. And shortfalls in federal aid for struggling businesses could deepen the economic damage to be repaired when the pandemic subsides.

    Sylvan Lane lays it out for you here.

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    Global K-12 Instruction Material Market Report 2020-2024 – Market is Poised to Grow by $9.74 Billion – GlobeNewswire - December 25, 2020 by Mr HomeBuilder

    Dublin, Dec. 23, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "Global K-12 Instruction Material Market 2020-2024" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.

    K-12 instruction material market 2020-2024

    The K-12 instruction material market is poised to grow by $ 9.74 bn during 2020-2024 progressing at a CAGR of 7% during the forecast period.

    The market is driven by the increasing demand for adaptive learning and improved access to education content.

    This study identifies the growing momentum of learning management system as one of the prime reasons driving the K-12 instruction material market growth during the next few years.

    The reports on K-12 instruction material market provides a holistic analysis, market size and forecast, trends, growth drivers, and challenges, as well as vendor analysis covering around 25 vendors. The report offers an up-to-date analysis regarding the current global market scenario, latest trends and drivers, and the overall market environment. The K-12 instruction material market analysis includes product segment and geographic landscapes

    The robust vendor analysis is designed to help clients improve their market position, and in line with this, this report provides a detailed analysis of several leading K-12 instruction material market vendors that include Blackboard Inc., Cengage Learning Holdings II Inc., Follett Corp., Hachette Book Group Inc., Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Co., Mastery Education, McGraw-Hill Education Inc., Pearson Plc, SANTILLANA GLOBAL SL, and Scholastic Corp.

    Also, the K-12 instruction material market analysis report includes information on upcoming trends and challenges that will influence market growth. This is to help companies strategize and leverage on all forthcoming growth opportunities.

    The study was conducted using an objective combination of primary and secondary information including inputs from key participants in the industry. The report contains a comprehensive market and vendor landscape in addition to an analysis of the key vendors.

    Key Topics Covered:

    Executive Summary

    Market Landscape

    Market Sizing

    Five Forces Analysis

    Market Segmentation by Product

    Market Segmentation by Course offering

    Customer landscape

    Geographic Landscape

    Vendor Landscape

    Vendor Analysis

    Appendix

    For more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/r/9bxh6q

    Research and Markets also offers Custom Research services providing focused, comprehensive and tailored research.

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    A hill station, prettier than Davos, is being planned near Zojila – Happytrips - December 25, 2020 by Mr HomeBuilder

    He also opined that this project will open new employment opportunities as well as provide a boost to the economy. Reportedly, a meeting with Lieutenant Governors of Ladakh and Jammu and Kashmir will be held next week in this connection.

    While Davos is a popular town in the Swiss Alps, famous for hosting the annual World Economic Forum meeting, Zojila Pass is situated at an altitude of 11578 ft on the Srinagar-Kargil-Leh National Highway, which remains closed during winters due to heavy snowfall.

    He added that both Leh-Ladakh and Jammu & Kashmir governments will be stakeholders and partners in the project.

    He assured that this hill station project could be a huge success story with public-private investment, and also create jobs for people, along with attracting a huge number of tourists.

    Mr Gadkari also informed that the planning and design of the hill station will be finalised with a Swiss architect.

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    House of the Week: Elbridge cobblestone has been called one of the most important buildings in Onondaga Cou – syracuse.com - December 25, 2020 by Mr HomeBuilder

    ELBRIDGE, N.Y. In the early 1960s New York States architectural heritage was, according to the Post-Standard, dwindling.

    In Onondaga County, the grand homes on James Street in Syracuse were gone as were many of the countys other historically significant buildings.

    In order to save the rest, a grant from the New York State Council on the Arts made possible for a book written by four Syracuse University architecture professors.

    Published in 1964, The Architecture Worth Saving in Onondaga County highlighted 60 area buildings which the authors believed needed to be preserved.

    One of these was the John Munro House at 5407 Hamilton Road near Elbridge.

    The books authors called the cobblestone house perhaps the most important Gothic Revival building in Onondaga County.

    Standing amid century-old hard maples on an expansive site, crowning a gentle rise with a skyline of gables and chimneys, is more than a farmhouse; it must be included with Whig Hill and Roosevelt Hall as one of three county country houses in the grand manner, the tradition of the great country estates.

    The builder of the home was John Munro, whose grandfather, Squire, was one of the original settlers of Elbridge.

    Finished in 1850, Munro hired English architect Thomas Atkinson for the project. The cobblestones were brought down from Lake Ontario by sleigh and the wood was taken from the 142-acre property. The woodworking was done on the premises.

    (Munro was a hardworking farmer and true Renaissance man. He was active in politics and in his church. On his farm he had hundreds of cows and pigs. He raised geese, chicken, turkeys, oats, barley, wheat, rye, and corn. In 1851 he raised tobacco and hired workers to roll cigars. In 1864, he tried his hand at sugar cane.)

    It is a significant house, says Cheryl Drake, just the third owner in the homes 170-year history. The craftsmanship is wonderful.

    Drakes husband William bought the house in 1974 and she married him on the landing of the homes main staircase in 1981.

    When asked what her first impressions of the historic home, the New Zealand native replied, Huge!

    The farmhouse has 16 rooms, nine bedrooms, four bathrooms, two front parlors, five black marble fireplaces, an office, formal dining room, family room a billiard room and over 5,600 square feet of space.

    She joked that she had come from modern and was now living in a home steeped in the past of Central New York.

    Every weekend we went to estate and antique sales, she said, looking to fill the house.

    The results speak for themselves. The magnificent house looks like a museum and nearly every piece looks like it belongs there.

    They did a lot of work on the grounds and planted arborvitae to make the property more private.

    The patio the couple added is a special favorite for Drake.

    I love to watch the cows, she said.

    Drake says the homes huge attic has a lot of potential for someone and believes it could be made into an apartment.

    The home has not been registered as a historic landmark which allows for new owners to make changes.

    It is going to be a hard place to leave, Drake said. I have had so many great times here and have a ton of great memories.

    She hopes that a young family will buy it continue its story.

    For more information about this property, please contact owner and realtor, Cheryl Drake of Howard Hanna Real Estate. Her information is below.

    THE DETAILS

    Address: 5407 Hamilton Road, Elbridge, N.Y. 13060

    Price: $1,775,000

    Size: 5,640 square feet

    Acreage: 142.75 acres

    Monthly Mortgage: $5,904 (based on this weeks national average rate of 2.89 percent, according to Freddie Mac, for a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage with a 20 percent down payment. Fees and points not included.)

    Taxes: $14,107 (Based on assessed value of $445,000)

    Built: 1850

    School District: Jordan-Elbridge

    Kitchen: By todays standards the kitchen of this historic farmhouse is simple according to owner Cheryl Drake. But, she adds, its simplicity makes it a very easy kitchen to work in. Everything she says is within arms reach. The kitchen has a center island, stove and refrigerator. The kitchens amazing historic fireplace is largely decorative today.

    Living spaces: This architecturally significant home looks much like it did when it was built in 1850. It has 5,640 square feet of living space and has two front parlors which are Drakes favorite rooms. They are great for entertaining and fun to decorate during the holidays. The homes formal dining room was once used to feed the farms field hands. It has one of the homes five black marble wood-burning fireplaces. A great home office was where Drake worked during the COVID quarantine. The home includes a mud room, billiard room, and television room. The huge attic and basement have potential to be something more.

    Bedrooms: There are nine large bedrooms in the house. Eight are on the second floor. The master bedroom is very warm. Many have the unique windows seen throughout the house.

    Bathrooms: There are four bathrooms, three on the second floor, in the house which are all newer than the rest of the home.

    Outdoors: This 142-acre property has been a working farm for 170 years. The home is surrounded by maple trees which are hundreds of years old. Drake and her husband built a backyard favorite which is a favorite for her. She enjoys watching the wildlife and the quiet privacy of the surrounding landscape. The grounds have hosted many weddings, including Drakes, and the front veranda makes for a beautiful background. There is a large garden shed and two large barns, one of which is heated which makes for a great workshop. The home is located in a wonderful location, Drake said. It is easy to get anywhere. It is five minutes from Skaneateles and 20 minutes from Syracuse.

    Agent: Cheryl Drake

    Howard Hanna Real Estate

    Address: 28 East Genesee Street, Skaneateles, N.Y. 13152

    Phone: (315) 415-9563

    Email: cheryldrake@howardhanna.com

    Website: cheryldrake.howardhanna.com

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    If you know of a beautiful or interesting house currently up for sale, please consider sending a nomination for it to be featured as a future House of the Week. Send an email with the listing to home@syracuse.com.

    Do you know of any older homes in Central New York which have fallen on hard times but have a lot of potential should they be restored to their original grandeur? A fixer-upper with a lot of potential? Consider nominating them to our new feature, Save this Home, in which we will spotlight grand houses of the past around Central New York that need to be saved. Send nominations to home@syracuse.com.

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    E-Learning Market Overview with Detailed Analysis, Competitive landscape, Forecast to 2025|Apollo Education Group Inc., BlackBoard Learn, Oracle,… - December 25, 2020 by Mr HomeBuilder

    This new advanced research study and presentation on the global E-Learning Market is ready to provide you with amazing market-related details that have a significant impact on your growth. In this report, readers will find a variety of information about regional developments, including manufacturer activity, technological leaps, new government policies affecting industrial operations, and growth milestones by country representing a healthy growth trajectory of the global E-Learning Market. In order to provide a detailed overview of the current market scenario, the report also includes various details on the overall ecosystem, key trends, market catalysts, threats and challenges that have a significant impact on the monetization of this market.

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    Essential Key Players involved in Global E-Learning Market are:

    Apollo Education Group Inc., BlackBoard Learn, Oracle, Pearson PLC, The British Council, McGraw-Hill eLearning Group, Cengage Learning, Macmillan Education, Cornerstone OnDemand Inc., Desire2Learn, Educomp, Instructure, English Attack, Coursera, Latitude CG, etc.

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