Daily Archive: May 26, 2022

Harry Styles Lights Up New York With His ‘One Night Only’ Performance of ‘Harry’s House’: Concert Review

“This is a very special evening for me, for us,” Harry Styles said to a crowd of nearly 20,000 at the UBS Arena on Friday, and to millions over an Apple Music livestream. “We’re in New York City for one night only, and we’ll be playing this new album for you the way it was intended to be heard: From start to finish.”

And with a giant neon outline of a house behind him, that’s exactly what Styles and his tightly drilled band did: Premiere his just-released third solo album, “Harry’s House,” at a “One Night Only” concert

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San Francisco home from ‘Full House’ intro lists for $3.55M

Everywhere you look, everywhere you go, there’s a face of somebody who needs you … and wants to call you their home.

Fans of the iconic sitcom “Full House,” which famously starred Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen — as well as the late comedian Bob Saget, who passed away unexpectedly in January at age 65 — can now own part of the show’s history.

A San Francisco house that’s one of the city’s rarely available Queen Anne- and Victorian-style “Painted Ladies” — a row of seven properties that appeared on television screens in the show’s intro sequence — has listed for

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Agency warns of home improvement scammers | Local News

Use caution when hiring a home improvement contractor, especially after a major storm, flood or other weather event, when many homeowners are trying to repair their homes.

However, contractor scams can happen any time, so be wary of high-pressure sales tactics, up-front fees and fly-by-night businesses. Con artists will take homeowners’ money and deliver (or not deliver) less than quality work.

How the scam works

Home improvement scams can start with a knock on the door, a flyer or an ad. The contractor may offer a low price or a short time frame. One common

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