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Friday, October 23, 2015

Carroll & Holmes County Hunting Properties For Sale

There are a number of good hunting properties for sale in Carroll and Holmes Counties, Mississippi. There are also some good hunting club memberships for sale. If you are in the market to buy land this year, contact us and let us know what you need. We also can work as Buyer's Agent to represent you in finding and making the best deal on a land tract. Contact us at Robert W. Neill, Jr., Real Estate Broker, 662-237-6969(Landline) 601-519-0075 (Text or Talk) 504-613-0025 (Text or Talk) or via the contact form on this page.  

Eye on Agriculture: Summers Manufacturing Celebrates 50 Years - KXNet.com - Bismarck/Minot/Williston/Dickinson-KXNEWS,ND

Eye on Agriculture: Summers Manufacturing Celebrates 50 Years - KXNet.com - Bismarck/Minot/Williston/Dickinson-KXNEWS,ND: Summers Manufacturing is is a small-town company, whose equipment can be found in fields all around the world.
We learn more about the generations of growth in this week's Eye on Agriculture.
Harley Summers built his business from nothing; piece by piece, just like his farm implements.
(Debra Anderson, President Summers Manufacturing) "He was looking for a type of business that he could bring to the community because he was a blacksmith and blacksmithing was no longer a viable option for him."

Inside real estate super-agent Ken DeLeon's bling dynasty - SFGate

Inside real estate super-agent Ken DeLeon's bling dynasty - SFGate: Ken DeLeon's gray tweed vest matches the cabinets. That's planned. So are the Asian noodles in the tiny takeout boxes (for the Chinese house hunters) and the chicken curry on the kitchen counter (for the Indian ones). So is the barista who's frothing cappuccinos in the backyard—next to a guitarist strumming mellow Jimi Hendrix covers. And so is the 12-page high-gloss booklet that DeLeon Realty produced to promote this newly constructed $3.8 million five-bedroom mini-manse in Los Altos.

Moscow’s real estate market goes from boom to bust | Inman

Moscow’s real estate market goes from boom to bust | Inman: Real estate in the capital of the Russian Federation has an expensive reputation. Moscow property prices skyrocketed after the country opened up to free market economics in the ’90s, and as the oil market went strong, it gained a name for big price tags.

Nevertheless, the value of the ruble has tumbled to a historic low with a devaluation of about 100 percent since late 2014 amid the oil market turmoil. With growth stunted by an oil-pegged ruble, short-term recovery is not on the cards.

CalPERS is slowly digging its real estate portfolio out of a big hole - LA Times

CalPERS is slowly digging its real estate portfolio out of a big hole - LA Times: The Achilles' heel of the vast CalPERS fund has been its real estate portfolio, but there are signs that the long-troubled segment is finally turning around.

Investment returns for the California Public Employees' Retirement System have been dragged down by its $27-billion investment in office buildings, housing developments, warehouses and shopping centers. By the fund's own admission, it was nothing short of a disaster area.

Boo at the Zoo, Jackson, Mississippi


The annual Halloween event includes eight candy stations, a costume parade, a hayride and more.

  • When: Friday, October 23, 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.
  • Where: Jackson Zoo, Jackson
  • Cost: $9.25, $6.75 children, $3 members .
  • Contact Name: Angela Harris
  • Contact Phone: 601-352-2580, ext. 227
  • Contact E-mail: aharris@jacksonzoo.org
  • Categories: Holiday (All)

Smokin’ on the Rez BBQ and Music Festival


Includes a barbecue competition (teams must register), food vendors and live music. Cornhole tournament Oct. 24 at noon. SoulShot performs Oct. 23. Oct. 24, Mr. Sipp, Scott Albert Johnson with Chalmers Davis, Andrew Pates and Barry Leach perform.

  • When: Friday, October 23, 5:30 p.m.
  • Where: Old Trace Park, Ridgeland
  • Cost: Free admission Oct. 23, $10 Oct. 24 (includes a barbecue plate)
  • Contact Name: Susan McMullan or Cindy Ford
  • Contact Phone: 601-605-6880 or 601-605-6898
  • Contact E-mail: smcmullan@therez.ms or cford@therez.ms
  • Categories: JFP-Sponsored Events

New Orleans Sunrise

Gulf Coast condo median sales prices up 4 percent over last year in September | AL.com

Gulf Coast condo median sales prices up 4 percent over last year in September | AL.com: Gulf Coast condo median sales prices in September rose 4 percent over the same period last year, according to the�Baldwin County Association of Realtors.

Check out total residential sales and other September stats by�clicking here.

The Best Gluten-Free Pizza in Memphis | Food & Wine | Memphis News and Events | Memphis Flyer

The Best Gluten-Free Pizza in Memphis | Food & Wine | Memphis News and Events | Memphis Flyer: Has there ever been a more hated foodstuff than gluten?

The proliferation of gluten-free pizza on local menus is indicative of this ill will held by celiacs and gluten-intolerants alike. Heck, some people choose to be gluten-free (GF) just because they can! This is America after all.

When it comes to deciding who has the best gluten-free pizza in town, it's a hard thing to judge. Andria Brown, who was diagnosed with celiac disease a couple of years ago, explains, "Non-GF people just shouldn't eat it, and GF people's opinions vary depending on how long it's been since they had real pizza. In general, the thinner, crispier crusts are better because they're not trying to be soft and chewy."

CB Richard Ellis Memphis’ Retail MarketView report for Q3 2015 showed net absorption hit more than 160,000 square feet in the Memphis MSA for the quarter. - Memphis Business Journal

CB Richard Ellis Memphis’ Retail MarketView report for Q3 2015 showed net absorption hit more than 160,000 square feet in the Memphis MSA for the quarter. - Memphis Business Journal: Retail loves retail, and the latest Memphis market data proves just that.
CB Richard Ellis Memphis’ Retail MarketView report for Q3 2015 showed net absorption hit more than 160,000 square feet in the Memphis MSA for the quarter. The total vacancy rate in the area now sits at 12.6 percent.