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How many single, well-to-do men in Marin County, Silicon Valley and other wealthy Bay Area enclaves would pay $15,000 or more for the chance to meet the woman of their dreams?
Quite a few, according to Executive Matchmakers, a new Marin-based firm that is believed to be the first and only match-making service exclusively for men of means.
“Our memberships start at $15,000 and go up from there,” says Megan Buquen, the company’s 34-year-old vice president. “We have a huge waiting list.”
In business less than a year, the company is mining a rich vein of Northern California professional men — CEOs, doctors, lawyers, politicians, entrepreneurs. Most live in Marin County.
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Amazon’s Echo smart speakers got even smarter today as the company began rolling out a new feature called “multi-room music.” As the name suggests, multi-room music allows users to control and synchronize music across multiple Echo devices at once. Amazon also announced that users will be able to control multi-room music on other connected speakers using voice commands in the near future.
“In just the last few months,” said Alexa VP Toni Reid, “we’ve added dozens of new features to Alexa that enhance your entertainment experience—control of Amazon Fire TV and your home entertainment systems via Echo; music lyrics, Amazon Video, and movie trailers on Echo Show; and activity-based music searches—and we’re just getting started. Today, we’re making Alexa even smarter with an all-new feature that lets you play music synchronized on multiple Echo devices to provide room-filling music throughout your home.”
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Posted on April 22, 2013
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Top 10 Stretches for All-Around Flexibility Stretching is important to maintaining flexibility. If you study animals such as cats and dogs, you will notice that they stretch on a frequent basis to keep their muscles supple and limber. Stretching helps to maintain a good range of motion and can help prevent you from muscle injuries […]
Playboy model Katie May died after a visit to the chiropractor left her with a torn artery in her neck, PEOPLE confirms.
The 34-year-old model passed away in February just days after suffering a stroke, her family told PEOPLE at the time. And a spokesman for the Los Angeles County Coroner now says the star died as a result of an injury sustained during a “neck manipulation by chiropractor.”
Los Angeles Assistant Chief Coroner Ed Winter tells PEOPLE that a chiropractor shifted May’s neck, tearing her left vertebral artery. The tear blocked blood flow to May’s brain and caused the stroke.
Her cause of death is listed as “infarction of brain” and has been ruled an accident, Winter says.
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