It’s a fairly obscure and sarcastic English observation, with a meaning similar to the sardonic Texan expression, “All hat and no cattle.” Finding common sentiments between English and Texan culture has become a labor of love late in my life. Refreshingly, Google was of little help in finding examples, meaning and origin of the phrase
SALES With four houses scheduled to close in November and one in December, total sales for 2015 are expected to be on par with 2014. Those sales in the pipeline for the final weeks of the year include two houses in the mid-$2 millions, two priced below $1.5 million, and an attractive recent construction house
Photos by Cameron Ansari & Safa Ansari-Bayegan The trip to Rome was ostensibly for a family reunion, but I went to see Bernini in the Galleria Borghese. While Proserpina struggled with Pluto above, I was focused on the three-headed dog below that propped up the sculpture. Which made me wonder: Instead of being dragged around
I slipped off the leash on the eve of our departure from London for a pilgrimage down Jermyn Street. It’s the real reason we stay in Mayfair on recent visits. In the Thatcher years Jermyn (pronounced “german”) used to be a mere cross street for me, a LSE student on his way from a to-go
Photos by TK Images © In past editions of River Oaks Market Report we have described how the high end of the River Oaks real estate market is the most unpredictable because it is the least driven by the economic factors that affect the majority of buyers and sellers. At the high end, caprice and unknowable motivations
The 2015 mid-year edition of the River Oaks Market Report, published by Cameron Ansari and Teresa Byrne-Dodge, has just been released.