Specializing in Distinctive Homes for the Discerning Client
Welcome to Prime Advantage Real Estate. We have been in the business of providing real estate services to Buyers and Sellers in the Newmarket~Durham area for over 10 years. Our office is licensed in New Hampshire, and the knowledgeable staff at Prime Advantage Real Estate offers Seller representation, Buyer representation and complete relocation services. We are also actively involved in the local communities and have full knowledge of the current market conditions to better serve our clients needs.
Specializing in distinctive homes for the discerning client, our goal is to help you find the perfect home or investment for you and your family. We look forward to assisting you with courtesy and professionalism.
In 2003, Gene Robinson, a bishop in the New Hampshire diocese of the Episcopal Church, became the first openly gay Anglican bishop. After 10 years with the New Hampshire diocese, Bishop Robinson will retire in January.
He reflects on the difficulties he faced growing up as a gay man in the religious community and explains the motive for his book saying, “I’m attempting in this book, in some sense, to give a script to those people who want to support us…When heterosexual people join us we will really make progress in terms of our laws, and in terms of the treatment of LGBT people.”
“We need acceptance; we need to put away the hate. LoveWorks and will help us to build stronger relationships”.
Callie Crossley spoke with Gene Robinson on Boston Public Radio about his new book, “God Believes in Love: Straight Talk about Gay Marriage.” Catch him at the Harvard Book Store on 9/21 at 6 P.M.
A university president resigns. Was it because Black Lives Matter or because football matters? ACLU Attorney Carl Williams (@carltonwilliams), Lasell College Professor Jesse Tauriac and Civil Liberties Litigator Harvey Silverglate (@HASilverglate) discuss.
Singer/songwriter Judy Collins (@TheJudyCollins) talks about her latest album and her personal struggles, including the suicide of her son.
And Hillary Clinton returns to New Hampshire, this time with a little different feel.
Nearly two weeks before the uproar over a South Carolina police officer’s physical and violent encounter with a female black high school student, a video circulated out of Pawtucket’s Tolman High School in Rhode Island portrays a similar incident.
The video is shown above though police emphasize it shows only a portion of what happened.
A little of this and a little of that . . . It’s coming. And fast. Does it seem like the summer is slip-sliding away at a quickening pace? The CAA’s Football Media Day is set for Tuesday in Baltimore. It’s one of the early signs that the 2015-2016 school year and all sorts of UNH athletics seasons will soon be here.
Do you know the way to San Jose? How about San Diego? And Boulder, Colorado? The UNH football team opens the season at San Jose State on Sept. 3. The Wildcats will play at San Diego State in 2016 and at the University of Colorado in Boulder in 2018.