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Found 13 blog entries for April 2018.

Come join us this weekend for an Open House at 60 Lyceum Court, Staten Island, NY 10310

Sunday April 8th 2017 from 1-3 pm 

Directions: Clove Road to Lyceum Court

Don't miss the opportunity to see this single family, semi-attached end unit Colonial in the West Brighton area with 3 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, a living/dining room combo, large bedrooms, finished basement w/ full bath and more! Close to the Verrazano bridge, Clove Lake Park and the Staten Island Zoo . Come and see it for yourself!

For more information on this home please contact Mary Sjeime at 917-626-4720.

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In an age of disappearing staples like Toys R Us, it's wonderful to see longstanding businesses thriving. In an earlier post we touched on how to survive the Retail Apocolypse, which it appears Toys R Us has fallen victim to. If these large chains are toppled in such a fashion, what can small businesses do to avoid the same fate?

Be it ice cream parlors, sweet shops, or even records stores, certain businesses still thrive the old-school way. Having that nostalgic charm can set a business apart from most others who are keeping with modern trends. People enjoy that friendly warmth of vintage shops that remind them of simpler times.

In New York City we constantly see new businesses pop up and wonder how long they will last. It's not uncommon to…

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With Facebook being such a hot topic in the news lately, we thought we would weigh in on the subject in our weekly live video.

Mark Zuckerburg has received a lot of heat for the Cambridge Analytica data breach, in which the data of 50 million was stolen and stored by the data management firm who worked on President Trump's election campaign. More recently, the social media giant was hit with another scandal regarding the Messenger App. It was discovered by disgruntled users that their call and text logs were all being stored by Facebook if they had given permission for the app to access their cell contacts.

We also touched on Facebook's algorithm changes a few weeks back which undermined the reach of business pages, instead favoring content from…

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