Category: Professional Profiles

Pete Spittler Discusses Art and Architecture

It’s often been noted that the creative class is what keeps the cultures of cities alive and vibrant.  How exactly, does that play out, asks Pete Spittler? He has seen the creative class’ input in a direct way; Pete Spittler has helped realize some of those dreams as a creative force of his own. It […]

What Politicians Often Face in the Aftermath of the Race

When running for public office, candidates usually acquire what is known as a “temporary celebrity status,” whether on a national or local scale. This means that in the time they are running for office, the public eye is centered on them. When voters are considering their choices, no matter if it is a presidential race […]

Tips from Carmack Moving and Storage – Effective Post-Move Organization

If you are planning a move, Carmack Moving and Storage says that getting there is only half the battle. The boxes have been unloaded, furniture is neatly in place, and now it’s time to get settled. Carmack Moving and Storage says that the move is really just the beginning. Now it’s time to set about […]

Kavin Austin Blake Interview with ZRYLW

Kavin Austin Blake is a longtime travel and sportfishing enthusiast. Recently, the staff of ZRYLW blog sat down to ask him a few questions about his quest for the biggest fish. Q: You’ve been to a lot of different places in pursuit of deep-sea fishing… Kavin Austin Blake: Yes, I’ve been fortunate to visit a […]

Rich Von Explains the Different Types of Real Estate Developers

After more than a decade of experience in purchasing and improving distressed properties, Rich Von has noted several different kinds of real estate developers. Each developer brings his or her own special expertise to a project, says Rich Von. For the consumer, often the builder is the one primary point of contact, but these other […]

Michael Courouleau Discusses the Danger of Combustible Dust

Michael Courouleau is an expert in environmental safety and health in the workplace. Q: What are some unusual fire hazards in the workplace? Michael Courouleau: Of course, everyone thinks of combustible chemicals or fuels, but dust is a major fire hazard as well. Q: What kinds of materials can produce combustible dust? Michael Courouleau: Coal, […]

Jeffrey Nimer Offers Tips to Celebrate Vegetarian Awareness

Any time of year is the perfect time to embrace all that a vegetarian diet has to offer, said Los Angeles Chef to the stars Jeffrey Nimer. His kitchen is stocked with a variety of local produce and whole grains, and he recommends that people start to take advantage of their farmers markets for seasonal […]

Rich Von Alvensleben – Home Remodeling Opportunities for Construction Workers

The economic crisis and rampant home foreclosures are hitting families in every state in America, but Rich Von Alvensleben says the problem is especially pronounced in California. In fact, Rich Von Alvensleben sees countless run down and vacant homes throughout the state that no one wants to purchase. However, Rich Von Alvensleben says this downturn […]

Jay P. Clark Discovers the Beauty of Lake Powell

Jay P. Clark works hard on his Idaho ranch. When it’s time to relax and enjoy life, Jay P. Clark prefers to indulge his love for the great outdoors with beautiful waterfront scenery. Recently, while on his honeymoon, Jay P. Clark and his wife explored Lake Powell, which is located on the border of Utah […]

Zrylw Discusses the Optimism of New Year’s Resolutions

People who are striving to improve themselves – and who are using the impetus of a New Year’s resolution to start – shouldn’t feel alone. Nearly 50% percent of Americans make New Year’s resolutions. And of those, approximately 40-45% keep them. That’s a lot of cigarettes not smoked, cream puffs passed up, and homes de-cluttered […]

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