To believe in your dream is one thing but to make it come to fruition is another. Omar Boraie is one of the people who believed in his dream and made it come true.

Omar Boraie started the Boraie Development LLC to make sure that his dream of turning New Brunswick town into a city comes true. In 1972, when the Chief Executive Officer of the Real Estate Company walked in the town, everything seemed bleak, but he has managed to turn all this around through developing various real estate projects.

According to a feature on NJBiz, everyone thought that the Egyptian Chemistry scholar was mad when he started building luxury residential units in the downtrodden city, but years later these units have given the town a facelift, and they are filled and he’s even building others.

About Boraie development LLC

Boraie Development is a company that deals with property management, real estate development and sales and Marketing. The Company is situated in New Jersey, and it has developed into one of the best in the region. The staff is professional and hands on as they fully commit to their work, to know more about the company visit Bloomberg.

Sam Boraie

Sam Boraie is the son to Omar Boraie and also the Vice President of Boraie Development LLC. Sam is a philanthropist who is involved in various charities. The philanthropist and many other locals are part of the board of trustees for the State Theatre in New Jersey.  http://patch.com/new-jersey/newbrunswick/omar-boraie-chair-genomic-science-established-rutgers-cancer-institute

His family, Boraie Development, and Sam have heavily contributed to the success of the theater through their contributions. Sam Boraie is the chairman of the board of directors of Elijah’s Promise. This charity organization focuses on fighting poverty in New Jersey.

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Lucy Dacus Embraces Status as Indie-Rock’s Next Big Thing

At just 22 years of age, Lucy Dacus has already endured many of the trials and tribulations most indie rockers experience over the course of a career. She’s released an album on her own, become a critical darling, earned a big record deal, weathered challenges that have dragged out the release of her much-anticipated new album, and she’s been featured in the New York Times.

Her new record, “Historian,” was recorded in Nashville last year for the independent label Matador, yet it still has not been heard by the world. Unlike how it was with Dacus’ first album, which she quickly recorded for a school project without any expectations, her new effort has been slowed down by many of the trappings of the music business.

The Virginia indie-rocker’s first album, “No Burden,” featured “I Don’t Wanna Be Funny Anymore,” which surprisingly made Rolling Stone’s “Best Songs of 2016” list. The reception of her debut has raised expectations for her follow-up, and Dacus is all too aware of this.

Without question, getting her new record expertly mixed and handled by real producers before, during, and after the recording of it has slowed down its release. But so too has Dacus’ own evolution as a professional artist.

She has been incredibly candid in multiple profiles, including one featured on The Ringer in which she displays awareness as well as confidence about her young career.

Dacus’ sense of humor and feistiness sometimes seem to belie the general mood of her songs. But a closer listen to her music reveals intelligence and confident wit that interestingly complements her emotional overtones.

The audio of her new album’s first track, called “Night Shift,” has already been released on YouTube, and has been listened to more than 85,000 times. The full album will finally be released on March 2nd.

Talk Fusion Is Pushing Technology to the next Level

Talk Fusion has always been on the cutting edge of telecommunications. But their recent announcements showcase just what that can really mean. They announced a whole set of new advancements which are set for full integration into their software suite.


The very first sign of things to come stems from a new Product Dashboard. One can consider this as a basic foundation on which the new additions can be built. It fits into the existing Talk Fusion Video Suite.


Company founder Bob Reina had a lot to say about the upcoming changes. But one of the more notable aspects of this discussion come from his views of Talk Fusion. He notes that he’s not just offering unique services. But he’s also pricing them at a level of accessibility which puts into a whole new category. Basically, he feels that there’s no other company offering similar services for an affordable price. As he puts it, Talk Fusion’s only real competition is Talk Fusion. It’s an industry in and of itself.


He also restated the basic mission statement for his company. He wants to continue changing the future by changing how people connect with each other. It might seem like a minor point to people unfamiliar with the company. And the same can be said for people unfamiliar with Reina himself. But those familiar with either understand the full weight of this statement.


Talk Fusion’s previously mentioned pricing isn’t just about business. It’s about helping everyone make use of Talk Fusion’s products. In the past Talk Fusion has had a heavy push to the nonprofit sector. He’s worked hard to make sure that both big business and charities have equal access to Talk Fusion’s line of products.


One can see this emphasis on a single mission statement right from the start. Talk Fusion was founded in 2007. The world was becoming more and more fragmented due to competing telecommunications standards. Mobile phone incompatibilities, differences with computers and a number of other factors were making it hard for people to connect with each other. Learn more:  http://www.dsa.org/forms/CompanyFormPublicMembers/view?id=1BE83000000A4


Talk Fusion came onto this market with an idea of unifying communication standards. This would eventually lead to adoption of a WebRTC standard that bridges device limitations. People depend on Talk Fusion, and that service then handles any quirks or issues with platform compatibility. The end result is that Talk Fusion can offer people the ability to use high tech video communication with people no matter what their platform is.


They’re able to connect everything from smartphones to laptops. And underlying operating system seldom matters. If it can use video and a browser that it’s almost certain Talk Fusion can work with it. And in doing so provide people with the full impact that comes from face to face video communication.

Nicole Atkins Announces Tour, Releases New Video

New York native – and new Nashville darling – Nicole Atkins is back in the spotlight. The singer has returned to the music scene after a month-long stay in rehab. She had been treated for alcohol addiction.

Atkins revealed that her time in rehab was productive in other ways. It provided inspiration for her new LP, Goodnight Rhonda Lee. She stated that she began envisioning a more “soulful” sound. Her influence? A music producer she met there. (Atkins declined to name names.)

According to Atkins, the producer said that she should stop “f—ing around” with indie rock, and honor her soul-singer instincts instead. Atkins took the foul-mouthed advice to heart. It’s immediately evident in her new single, “Brokedown Luck.” The song opens with a swanky piano riff, then quickly moves into a lively horn arrangement. Atkins co-wrote “Brokedown Luck” with Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds drummer Jim Sclavunos.

On February 21st, Atkins released an accompanying video, which has truly bizarre visuals. The video shows Atkins running through a wild party, attempting to escape from the guests around her. It’s not surprising she needs to get away: the singer is confronted by creepy puppets and Elvis impersonators.

Atkins has announced a series of spring tour dates in support of the upcoming LP. She’ll be traveling through the United States’ east coast. After two performances in March, the tour will continue during April and May. Stops include two sets in Charleston, South Carolina (at the Royal American and High Water Festival, respectively). The tour will conclude on May 5 in Woodstock, New York, where Atkins will perform at the Bearsville theater. Select dates will also include supporting appearances from Indianola.

The Lasting Appeal of Neutral Milk Hotel’s “In the Aeroplane Over the Sea”

Jeff Mangum founded Neutral Milk Hotel (or NMH, to diehard fans) in Georgia in 1989. The band was popular throughout the ’90s and helped define that nebulous genre, “indie rock.” After 1998’s In the Aeroplane Over the Sea, though, NMH simply…stopped. Once so noted for its distinctive, even dominating, presence, Magnum’s band faded into the background.

One might attribute the change to the new music landscape: to be a figure in indie rock, you needed a personality as big as your music. However, twenty years on, Aeroplane is still getting buzz. It’s found such diverse fans as Arcade Fire and Caribou.

Part of the cult following comes from the fact that some people just don’t like Aeroplane. Diehard fans flock to its sensitive, moving portrayal of moving on from the past. Critics (and even former NMH devotees) decry the lyrics as simply “embarrassing.”

Aeroplane’s lyrics deal with growing up, and all the confusion that comes with it. They describe fighting with parents, getting overwhelmed with emotion, and experiencing, as if for the first time, the reality of how big and scary the outside world really is.

Magnum cited Ann Frank’s Diary of a Young Girl as a major influence on the record. An odd source of inspiration, to be sure. He was particularly drawn to its portrayal of innocence and vulnerability. Aeroplane confronts the idea that hope doesn’t solve everything.

Although Magnum has recently done well on the reunion tour circuit, it’s unknown if NMH will ever release another album. Even if they do, it might be hard to top their own polarizing phenomenon.

How OSI Food Solutions Doubled The Amount Of Chicken It Can Deliver In Spain

OSI Food Solutions is one of the top 100 processed food companies in the United States. According to Forbes, as of the end of 2016 it brought in $6.1 billion in revenue each year and was ranked as the 58th biggest private company in the nation. Its headquarters are just outside of Chicago, Illinois. It is owned by Sheldon Lavin who is the CEO and chairman.

Under Sheldon Lavin’s leadership, OSI Food Solutions is now an international company that has 65 food processing facilities and more than 200,000 employees. They have a global supply chain that delivers food to restaurants around the globe including North America, Europe, and Asia. They are known in the food industry to have the highest standards when it comes to quality, safety, and environmental responsibility. In addition to restaurants they also supply processed foods to grocery store chains.

Most of what OSI Food Solutions offers are protein-based. They can get food to their clients that can be either raw or fully cooked as well as fresh or frozen. Their facilities are customizable and so when they deliver fresh beef patties, for instance, they can be customized to whatever size and shape that individual client needs. They also supply some vegetable, sauces, and dough-based goods to some of their clients.

One of the nations that OSI food Solutions has facilities in is Spain. They have an existing food processing facility in Toledo, Spain. They recently introduced a new high capacity production line in this plant. The result was that they were able to double the amount of poultry they process. Before this production line opened they could process 12,000 tons annually and now they can process 24,000 tons.

In total, OSI Food Solutions processed 45,000 tons of poultry, beef, and pork at this facility. They hired an additional 20 people for this new line and so now employ 160 in this city. The protein they process is sent to their clients in both Spain and Portugal. Their managing director in this region of the world, José María del Río, said that demand for chicken has been soaring which is why they needed this new high capacity production line. He said that demand for chicken over the last 10 years has gone up by 6% each year and over the past three years by 8% annually. The new line also incorporates a food defense system as well as indoor cameras to maintain quality.

Muse Releases Advance Hit Single From Unnamed Album

Alternative rock band Muse has been busy recording a follow-up album to the acclaimed “Dig Down,” but the name and concept of the new project remain unknown; nonetheless, this has not stopped the band from releasing a new single that gives fans an idea of what they should expect.

“Thought Contagion” is a highly political song that is supported by a colorful and strange music video. The new single is clearly influenced by the bizarre state of global politics over the last few years. Releasing advance material is something that Muse is not known for; this is a band that prefers to hold back on teasing their fans. With “Thought Contagion,” however, it is clear to understand why Muse has decided to do things differently this time around.

The popularity of Muse in the alternative rock world has developed over more than two decades; this a mature band that has come to realize that their fans have matured right along with their music. By releasing “Though Contagion,” Muse is offering a glimpse of the themes they will be exploring in their new album. Muse is ready to deliver an album that addresses gender dynamics, the 24-hour news cycle, the current strangeness that permeates the political stage, and the freedom to evoke sensibilities from the past.

The anthem-like rhythm and lyrics of “Thought Contagion” were envisioned by main songwriter Matt Bellamy and bassist Chris Wolstenholme; the foundation of the song was created with melodies crafted on the theremin and a five-string bass. The vocal delivery in this song is powerful, and the lyrics make allusions to political coverage by American news media outlets over the last few years. The band wants to call attention to the unusual attention that is being given to ideas that may have been dismissed as ridiculous in the past.

Muse lead singer Matt Bellamy admits that “Thought Contagion” is a pessimistic song, but in a recent interview with Rolling Stone he explained that fans will be able to find positive and hopeful material when the album comes out.

Indie Icon Offers New Music

It’s hard to think of a more inspirational and important figure in indie music than David Byrne. The leader of legendary alternative band Talking Heads in the 1970s and 1980s, Byrne has continued to release groundbreaking recordings in recent years. His latest effort is a song called “This is That,” and you can check it out on the Rolling Stone Magazine Website.

When the song begins, it sounds like nothing like most of his previous work, but of course you have to expect the unexpected when it comes to David Byrne. The song is dominated by synthesizers and electronic beats and has a bit of techno feel. Initially, Byrne’s voice is much, much lower than it is on classic Talking Heads tracks such as “Psycho Killer,” but about a minute into the song it goes into the higher register that fans are familiar with.

Rolling Stone asked Byrne why he made such a mainstream-sounding record, and the singer replied that he’s cool with a pop sound in a song as long as the lyrics are meaningful and not typical “boy meets girl” bubblegum fare. In the case of “This is That,” I’d say the lyrics are a bit ambiguous but in general appear to be about an ordinary person looking for guidance and hope from a powerful one. Perhaps the narrator of the song is looking for spiritual inspiration and is making financial contributions to a preacher.

No matter what the words mean, I think this is a solid piece of work by Byrne, and I’m happy to see him releasing new material instead of resting on his laurels. Personally, I think the strongest measures of the song are when all of the instrumentation cuts out except for a piano and Byrne’s famous voice.

Indie Rock Band Polica Partners With Neoclassical Group Stargaze

Throughout the history of music, there have always been artists from different musical genres that partner together in order to create something completely new. For many, singer Channy Leaneagh is synonymous with singing in indie rock band Polica. However, it appears that the current Polica line up has slightly changed. Fans of Polica should know that his band has no plans on splitting up. To the contrary, Polica now has plans to partner with neoclassical group Stargaze for both an upcoming album and tour.

The new collaborative album is called “Music for the Long Emergency.” Many are noting that the blend of both neoclassical and indie rock have made for a worthwhile collaboration. Interestingly, the idea for the collaboration between these two bands came from the suggestion of the founder of St. Paul Chamber Orchestra’s Liquid Music. Considering that, The new album maintains the rhythmic qualities of Polica while the addition of strings and other forms of musical experimentation gives way to an entirely new sound for the band.

The tour starring Polica and Stargaze will be taking place throughout the next few months at locations all throughout the United States. The Star Tribune reported that Channy was quoted to say that it is what happens “when musicians of different backgrounds get together.” Both bands have noted that all band members continue to create music and get along very well with each other.

To summarize, legendary indie rock group Polica recently announced that they will release a new album and go on tour with neoclassical band Stargaze. The new album titled “Music for the Long Emergency” has been gaining positive reviews and many fans and critics alike are excited about the upcoming tour. This tour will take place throughout the United States.

Acclaimed Indie Music Band Releases New Album

Critically acclaimed indie rock band Belle and Sebastian have released a new album, and Rolling Stone Magazine has a positive review of it on its website. The album’s grandiose title “How to Solve Our Human Problems” is entirely in keeping with the band’s outlook and attitude, which is a combination of humorous and hopeful.

The review is a positive one and points out the band’s strength of being able to perform multiple styles of music. They’ve written songs that sound much like Thin Lizzy, for example, and ones that sound like vintage Motown, and pretty much all of them sound great. Stuart Murdoch, the band’s chief songwriter, is now in middle-age and is writing lyrics that speak to his generation.

The Rolling Stone piece includes a recent photo of the band – an unpretentious shot of the six musicians in the hills of their native Scotland. Personally, I like how Belle and Sebastian have always shown pride in coming from Scotland and haven’t tried to seem like a hip London act. Having said that, they’re also able to use settings such as downtown San Francisco in their lyrics to great effect. In short, they’re a band that represents where they’re from but have been around.

According to the review, this new record is much more in the pop vein of recent offerings than the pure indie of the act’s earliest efforts. As far as I’m concerned, this is great news because I think that the most recent lineup of Belle and Sebastian has come up with some of the catchiest tunes released since the Beatles broke up. Moreover, they’ve been consistently putting out music since the 1990s with absolutely no filler.

Lovebox 2018 Lineup Announced

The highly anticipated Lovebox 2018 lineup was announced this week with much fanfare. The indie and alternative music festival is scheduled for Friday, July 13 and Saturday, July 14, 2018 in London, U.K. This year’s festival is relocating from its previous home at Victoria Park in West London to its new location at Gunnersbury Park in the London Borough of Hounslow.

The big headliners this year are Childish Gambino, N.E.R.D., and Skepta. SZA is receiving billing as a special guest. Skepta and SZA are scheduled to perform on Friday, while N.E.R.D. and Childish Gambino are currently slated for Saturday performances. Other notable artists in the lineup are Paak, Diplo, Annie Mac, Anderson, and Mura Masa. 2017’s Lovebox festival was well-received with Frank Ocean and Chase & Status headlining the weekend, along with many other trending artists.

Earlybird tickets are now on sale. There are a variety of price points from general admission options all the way up to VIP ticket packages for those seeking a more premium festival experience. Ticket prices will go up after the first release, so it is recommended to purchase tickets as soon as possible. Unlike many music festivals, Lovebox sells daily tickets, rather than full weekend passes. Other experiences to delight festival attendees this year include cocktail bars, specialty food vendors, and vintage markets. Hip Hop Karaoke will prove to be a fun diversion for many festival attendees. These special additions have been implemented to enhance the festival experience for all attendees.

Lovebox began in 2002 and has grown exponentially each year since. The colorful and vibrant lineup has helped launch the careers of many London and global musical artists.