Laurent Tourondel’s LT Burger is scheduled to open its Westhampton location this summer. (Google Maps, Getty, LT Burger)UPDATED, 11:26 a.m., April 2, 2021: LT Burger will open a second Hamptons location just in time for the summer season.The restaurant chain, created by chef Laurent Tourondel, signed a lease at 115 Main Street in Westhampton, according to the building’s owner. The 2,400-square-foot space is slated to open in May.Tourondel has two other restaurants in Sag Harbor — LT Burger and Sag Pizza — along with a several eateries in New York, Miami, London and other locations.The 6,400-square-foot Main Street property traded hands in 2019, with current owners Stephen Matri and Lance Falow picking it up for $3 million. They’re now in the process of renovating and rebuilding the property.ADVERTISEMENT“It’s going to be truly the center of town and activity,” Falow said.Read moreHungry, hungry Hamptons: NYC restaurants follow “gold rush”NYC, New Jersey restaurants to open at 50% capacityThe 10 priciest Hamptons homes sales of 2020 LT Burger did not respond to a request for comment.While restaurants in the city have faced more stringent Covid restrictions during the pandemic — they were not allowed to operate at 50 percent capacity until March — eateries in the rest of the state have been operating at the half capacity for months.As a result, a handful of New York city restaurants have migrated out east, following the renters and buyers that relocated to the Hamptons.Café Boulud, Carbone and Il Buco have established pick-up or delivery services on the East End, and city bars Dante and Death & Co. have also set up shop there.Contact Sasha Jones Tags Message* Share on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on LinkedinShare via Email Share via Shortlink Commercial Real Estatehamptons-weeklyRetail Real EstateWesthampton Share via Shortlink Email Address* Full Name* Note: This story has been updated to include the square footage of the building and restaurant.
Brad James Tags: BYU Football FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPROVO, Utah-Friday, BYU football confirmed a meeting against San Diego State will occur December 12 at LaVell Edwards Stadium.The Cougars and Aztecs were slated to play November 14 before the Mountain West postponed the fall season this past August.San Diego State is coached by Brady Hoke who commences his second tour of duty with the Aztecs in 2020. Hoke, who is 78-72 (.520) in 14 seasons as an NCAA FBS college football head coach, went 13-12 (.520) in three prior seasons coaching San Diego State.Hoke has also coached at Ball State (2003-2008), Michigan (2011-2014) and Tennessee (2017).The Cougars have traditionally dominated the Aztecs on the gridiron, leading the all-time series 28-8-1.This represents BYU’s 10th scheduled game of the season. October 2, 2020 /Sports News – Local BYU-San Diego State To Meet On Gridiron In December Written by
Home » News » Agencies & People » Hunters reports a ‘strong’ first half of 2018 but ‘slight’ rise in turnover previous nextAgencies & PeopleHunters reports a ‘strong’ first half of 2018 but ‘slight’ rise in turnoverStock market-listed franchise firm hints that it’s had a good six months despite difficult market conditions.Nigel Lewis23rd July 20180598 Views York-based Hunters says it has enjoyed a ‘strong’ first six months of the year revealing turnover marginally ahead of 2017 and also the opening of several new branches.Although the 26-year-old company hasn’t revealed any financials, this would suggest it has turned over £17 million during the period, the same as its half-year achievement last year.The company, which at 200-plus branches is the smallest of the stock market-listed franchised estate agents in the UK behind Belvoir and Martin & Co, says it enjoyed a promising first six months “despite the widely reported challenging conditions in the housing market”.Acquisition fundSince January the company has opened nine new branches and its acquisition fund, which helps franchisees bankroll the purchase of rivals or property portfolios in their areas, has prompted four such acquisitions since September last year, the company says.“We will continue to focus on delivering a market-leading service to clients, laying the foundations for further growth this year,” says Glynis Frew, the company’s Chief Executive and now the only woman to head up a stock- market-listed estate agent following the departure of Alison Platt from Countrywide earlier this year.Hunters’ update failed to excite City investors. The company’s share price remained flat at 56p today although it is down by 37% compared to a year ago, reflecting current investor interest in Purplebricks rather than traditional agents.Hunters, which has been re-branding it branch network over the past six months, is one of the few PLC agencies to largely steer clear of proptech. Its only foray into the sector was in January when it signed up to Lavanda, an Airbnb lister that enables agent to offer their absentees clients extra income while they wait for their home to sell. Glynis Frew Hunters new branch results July 23, 2018Nigel LewisWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles Letting agent fined £11,500 over unlicenced rent-to-rent HMO3rd May 2021 BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021
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Star Files Sutton Foster There’s no business like show business, there’s no seat like the aisle seat, and there’s no day like Friday. And guess what? It’s finally Friday, ya’ll! So let’s revisit some of the weirdest, wackiest and WTF-iest things that happened on the Great White Way in the last few days. That’s right, it’s time for…the Lessons of the Week!Sutton & NPH Have the Same Taste in MenYep, these two Tony winners have something else in common—they’ve both smooched David Burtka. As we learned in this adorable #TBT photo, Sutton invited David to the Sadie Hawkins dance in high school and later spent the evening making up choreography to “Cold Hearted Snake.” Twenty years later, David married NPH. Hmm, we suddenly have a strange desire to bust out our old Brandy and Monica CD.Idina Menzel Has Blonde AmbitionIn the last year, Idina was manhandled by John Travolta, starred in the biggest movie ever, belted out the National Anthem at the Super Bowl and concluded her run in If/Then. So there’s nothing left to do but break out the bleach! We love the new look, Idina. But remember, supernova: no matter how famous you get, always remember your roots.The On the Town Dudes Are Actually NinjasTony Yazbeck, Jay Armstrong Johnson and Clyde Alves show off some pretty fancy footwork in the splashy musical On the Town—but you really haven’t lived until you’ve seen them fly high and defy gravity in these awesome exclusive shots. When you guys are done with this whole sailor thing, we think you’d make some really spectacular witches.Audra McDonald Auditions In Her SleepWhen you realize Audra’s about to appear in her twelfth Broadway show and a new movie musical, it’s easy to wonder what the hell you’ve been doing with your life. (Um, eating peanut butter cups?) She even auditions for Andrew Lloyd Webber in her sleep! Wow, Audra, when you sing “The Music of the Night,” you really sing “The Music of the Night.”George Costanza’s Replacing George CostanzaSadly, Larry David is leaving the cast of his Broadway comedy Fish In the Dark—not that there’s anything wrong with that. The Seinfeld co-creator will be replaced by the guy who played the character based on him (got that?) in Seinfeld, Tony winner Jason Alexander. This is better than that time we were first in line for chocolate babka.David Burtka Has an Award-Winning PenisIt Shoulda Been You star David Burtka is more than just a pretty face—he’s an awesome dad, a chef and his junk is literally prize-winning. Yep, after “running around the stage with his thing flapping” in The Play About the Baby, he nabbed the 2001 Clarence Derwent Award. Or as he puts it more bluntly, “my penis won an award.” Geez, Burtka, no wonder Sutton and NPH can’t keep their hands off you! (Cue Brandy and Monica.)Darren Criss Is a Great Sandy DumbrowskiWe got chills! They’re multiplyin’! No, not because of that flu that’s going around. Because Hedwig and the Angry Inch star-to-be Darren Criss can lip sync to Laura Osnes singing “Hopelessly Devoted” on the Grease cast album like a boss. You better not be teasing us about this, Darren. We take our Grease movie casting polls very seriously.Wanna Be in Les Miz? Take Off Your ShoesHere’s an acting tip for all you aspiring Broadway stars out there: If at first you don’t succeed, try again in your socks. In her audition, new Les Miserables star Brennyn Lark was asked to sing “On My Own” eight times…but with no shoes. Why? She has no idea. Hey, sometimes when you’re in Les Miz, you gotta take it off.Lesli Margherita’s Wedding Had the ForceIt’s no secret Matilda star Queen Lesli Margherita has a serious Star Wars obsession, but we had no idea her wedding to husband Daniel Stafford came complete with Storm Troopers and a cake cut by a lightsaber. Strom Troopers and a lightsaber? How many galactic credits did that set her back? Just thinking about it gives us heart Palpatines.Groffsauce Might Bring His Butt Back to B’waySorry, guys—Looking has been canceled, so you’ll no longer be able to see Jonathan Groff (and his butt cheeks) on HBO. But there’s good news: The Hamilton king is free to return to Broadway! Yes! Get over here, Groff! Transfer with Hamilton! Star in Hedwig! Become a Broadway gypsy! Audition for ALW in your driveway! Flap around like David Burtka! Star in The Goat with Lea Michele…the goat! Idina Menzel View Comments
I’d love to tell you to grab this month’s Trail Mix, slap it into your iPod, and head for a hike or bike ride on some green trailway near you, but I’ll be damned if Mother Nature isn’t just stone drunk. If you’re like me, you look at the weather forecast with a skeptical eye, with absolutely no assurance of what tomorrow might bring. Snow? Sure! 70 degrees the next day? Why not!!One thing you can be sure of is the epicness of this month’s Trail Mix. It’s big. Nearly thirty tracks of roots music goodness. The April mix opens with a track from The String Cheese Incident, who return with Song In My Head, the band’s first full length record in nine years. Trail Mix is stoked to include the title track from the record this month.April’s mix is also rich with some of the best songwriters you might have heard of, along with a slew you might have missed so far. You should know guys like Bobby Bare, Jr., who returns with his Young Criminals’ Starvation League, and the mix also features the new cuts from Kathy Kallick, Will Kimbrough and Luther Dickinson. Be sure to check out tracks from newcomers like Nathaniel Rateliff, Sam Morrow, A.J. Ellis, and Bradford Lee Folk.Like the blues? Trail Mix has you covered with Bobby Rush & Dr. John’s new tune, and be sure to check out the new one from Ray Bonneville.Like a little rockabilly country? Check out Moot Davis.Maybe you are a child of the 80s? Check out the retro pop vibe of Eternal Summers, who are also featured in the print magazine this month.Big fan of ridiculous acoustic shredding? You definitely need to hear the new one from The Infamous Stringdusters, who release their new record, Let It Go, this month. The mix also features new tracks from guitar whiz Bryan Sutton and fiddler extraordinaire Darol Anger.And that’s just the start. There’s a whole lot more. Dig in. Check it out. Share with your friends and on your favorite social network. And, as always, be sure to buy a few of these records. Download them. Buy some vinyl. Just help us support these great artists who are so willing to support Trail Mix.Speaking of supporting Trail Mix, I need to give a big shout out to the good folks at Rooster Walk Music & Arts Festival, one of Virginia’s finest music festivals, for sponsoring this month’s mix. Rooster Walk takes place in late May, and the line up is hot. For more information, check out their website at www.roosterwalk.com, and look forward to May’s mix, which will feature all Rooster Walk artists. String Cheese Incident – Song In My HeadA.J. Ellis – Stand UpBobby Bare Jr.’s Young Criminals’ Starvation League – North of Alabama By Mornin’Bobby Rush with Dr. John & Blinddog Smokin’ – Stand BackBradford Lee Folk – The Wood SwanBryan Sutton – Log JamCurtis Harding – Keep On ShiningDarol Anger – The Denver Belle.mp3Eternal Summers – GougeGreg Smith & The Broken English – Losing HandHamell on Trial – TogetherHeather Maloney & Darlingside – WoodstockJapanther – Do ItJonny Two Bags – One Foot In The GutterKathy Kallick – Time Traveler’s WifeLost & Nameless – Empty SpacesLuther Dickinson – VandalizeMoot Davis – Love HangoverNathaniel Rateliff – When Do You SeeRay Bonneville – Love Is WickedSam Morrow – Old SoulTattletale Saints – Complicated ManThe Infamous Stringdusters – Let It GoThe Iveys – Jenna’s SongThe War On Drugs – Red EyesWill Kimbrough – Sideshow Love
Embed from Getty Images Attorneys for former state Sen. Dean Skelos (R-Rockville Centre) and his son, Adam, have requested that the court acquit the pair and grant them a new trial, arguing that the evidence presented in court was not strong enough to warrant their conviction.In what is largely a procedural move, the Skeloses’ attorneys filed a motion on Tuesday for acquittal on all counts “because the evidence submitted at trial was insufficient to establish beyond a reasonable doubt,” their attorneys wrote in court papers.The motion is a follow up to a failed acquittal request made by the defense following closing arguments.Federal prosecutors have until Feb. 12 to respond.After a four-week trial at Manhattan federal court, the disgraced state senator and his son were convicted in December of bribing firms that had business before the state to pay Adam for jobs he never performed.The jury deliberated for eight hours before returning a guilty verdict on Dec. 11. Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York The elder Skelos’ conviction came just weeks after his former Albany counterpart, ex-state Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver (D-Manhattan), was also found guilty of corruption charges in the same courthouse.Along with Gov. Andrew Cuomo, Assemb. Silver and Sen. Skelos were part of an exclusive group dubbed, “Three Men In A Room,” that called all the shots in the state Legislature.Following his conviction, Dean Skelos was immediately stripped of his senate seat.Both Dean and Adam are scheduled to be sentenced on March 3. They face up to 20 years in prison.Gov. Andrew Cuomo has yet to formally schedule a special election to fill either Silver’s or Skelos’s seat, although initial news reports suggested that he might pick April 19th. In the meantime, both seats remain empty.
21SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr We are on the cusp of a new era, led by artificial intelligence and deep learning. This so-called Smart Machine Age will lead to technology and robots outperforming humans in many tasks. This is bad news on the job front. In fact, research from the University of Oxford states there is a high probability that 47 percent of jobs in the U.S. will be automated over the next 15 years. Further, based on that research along with independent research, the chief economist of the Bank of England predicted that the United States could lose upward of 80 million jobs during that time frame.At first glance you might think the solution is for you to become more robot-like to fit into this brave new high-tech work world. But Ed Hess says don’t start channeling your inner Mr. Spock just yet. On the contrary, the key to staying employable in the Smart Machine Age is to further excel at what makes us unique as human beings—our real, not artificial, emotional and social intelligence.“Mr. Spock valued logic above all else, and frowned upon human beings because of their emotions,” says Hess, coauthor along with Katherine Ludwig of Humility Is the New Smart: Rethinking Human Excellence in the Smart Machine Age. “However, in the coming Smart Machine Age, our emotional intelligence will be the very factor that makes us unique and employable.”Hess and Ludwig explain that our emotions fuel our imaginations and enable personal connections to others in ways that machines cannot replicate. When we use our emotions to serve and collaborate with each other, there are no limits to our thinking, creativity and performance. continue reading »
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A shark sighting prompted lifeguards to order all swimmers out of the water at Tobay Beach just east of Jones Beach State Park on Thursday morning, authorities said.Nassau County police helicopter pilots who responded to the initial report confirmed seeing two six-foot-long sharks swimming about 15 feet from the shoreline heading eastbound toward Gilgo Beach shortly before noon, authorities said.Once the all clear was given, the swimmers were allowed back in the water. There were no reported injuries.
—– APALACHIN (WBNG) — A 12 News crew at the scene reports that the whole building is on fire. Dispatchers tell 12 News fire departments from Tioga and Broome counties have been called to the scene. APALACHIN (WBNG) — Multiple emergency crews are responding to a fire at Taylor Garbage on Route 434 in Apalachin Friday evening. This is a developing story. Stay with 12 News for further information. 12 News has a crew on the way to the scene. This story has been edited to reflect the location of the fire is on Route 434.