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The Paul Rudolph House in NYC on the Market (House of the Day)

Anyone looking to become a landlord would be thrilled with today's House of the Day: The Paul Rudolph House, designed by the late famous architect and former dean of the Yale School of Architecture, is on the market for $27.5 million. The house in New York City consists of four apartments: one single-bedroom apartment,... Continue Reading »

5-Year-Old Boy Saves Family From House Fire in Beacon, N.Y.

A family in Beacon, N.Y., is lucky to be alive after a fire consuming their kitchen (pictured below after the blaze) threatened to consume their home in flames as they slept. The hero who saved them? Their 5-year-old boy. Matthew Hansen (pictured above) woke around 4 a.m. the day before Thanksgiving, his eyes burning... Continue Reading »

Norah Jones' Windows Hit Sour Note

Today the talented Norah Jones released her fourth solo record titled "The Fall." She probably wasn't referring to her "fall from grace" in the eyes of a few Cobble Hill, Brooklyn, neighbors. They accuse Jones of using her star power to do some "inappropriate" remodeling to her 1843 brownstone. The big fuss? Norah's... Continue Reading »

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