Female Pop Artist, Singer

Ms. Martinez Luque: More than Just a Pop Star

Norka Luque is budding pop artist residing in Miami, FL. Even though she resides in the vibrant city, she wasn’t born there. Luque was born in Caracas, Venezuela. Her date of birth is February 7, 1986. She began training in instrument, dance and singing at the age of eight.

Ms. Martinez moved to France soon after she cleared high school. Her main intention of moving to France was to pursue higher education. However, she created time to pursue her musical ambitions as well. She enrolled in a French business school where she majored in business administration. At the end of the four-year course, she earned a degree in business administration. Additionally, she took extension courses in culinary arts, fashion, and marketing.

While a student in France, she had the opportunity to join a band (Bad Moon Rising). Her time with this band enabled her to make important connections in the European music community. This band performed on weekends in French nightclubs. Ms. Martinez knew that in order to have any chance of making it as a professional singer, she’d have to relocate to the USA.

She settled in Miami where she started performing in the nightclubs around the region. She worked on the club circuit for four years before meeting the renowned Latino music director, Emilio Estefan Jr. They met in 2008 and formed a working relationship that saw Mr. Estefan sign her to his record label Crescent Moon Records.

In 2011, Luque launched her first album. The album was a masterpiece; it was compiled by different professionals in the Latin music industry. Some of the professionals who made the album a success include Archie Pena, Hermanos Gaitán, Luigi Giraldo and Emilio Estefan.

Three singles from this album became international hits. “Como Lo Haces Tu,” was the first single off the album. This song got Martinez a nomination for the Best Female Pop Artist in the Lo Nuestro Latin Music Awards. Luque’s second single “Milagro” was also widely acclaimed and held top positions on the Latino Music Billboards.

In 2012, Ms. Martinez was featured on the cover of Latino Show Magazine. When she was asked to comment about working with Estefan, she said, “This is an opportunity that many talented artists dream of having. I feel so blessed that Mr. Estefan liked my musical project, working with him is a miracle, a school of life; and every day I learn something new.”

For more information about this beautiful Venezuelan songbird, visit: http://www.norkamusic.com/

Property Management

Latest Developments in Brunswick – Boraie

“Finally, there is light at the end of the tunnel for Brunswick!” says an excited Omar Boraie, president Boraie Development Inc. “We are currently developing several projects bound to take the city to a whole new level.”

A Brief History of Brunswick

Before 1980, Brunswick faced many challenges among them neglect, a steep rise in its number of immigrants, low property values and slow rate of development on Manta. This led to investors fleeing the city in search of better pastures.

A major turning point for the city was in 1975 when Johnson & Johnson decided that it will hold on to it, come what may. Its rebound journey later began during the 1980’s.

Johnson & Johnson’s move inspired Omar Boraie to purchase neglected parcels of land on Albany Street. In 1988, he developed Albany Street Plaza Tower 1, which highly attracted lucrative businessmen looking for classy office space. In 2002, he developed Albany Street Plaza Tower II.

Later, there arose a need to provide convenient housing facilities on boraierealty.com for professionals who worked in both towers. Out of necessity, he built the one street condominium.

It’s Present and Future

Rutgers, the New Brunswick Development Corp. (Devco), private firms, the mayor’s office and Boraie are all working towards remodeling the outlook of the city.

Boraie recently developed the Aspire; a posh residential high-rise building, conveniently located next to the train station. According to Wasseem Boraie, vice president Boraie Development Inc, It is similar to high-end accommodations in Manhattan. Its tenants get to live in a two bedroom for $2,800 a month.

In the next 12-18 months, it plans to offset a project involving a commercial site, close to the train station, on Albany Street. So far, this will be its third commercial building in Brunswick on Yahoo. It hopes the planned development will attract innovative tech and science firms, guaranteed to enjoy close relation with Rutgers.

About Boraie

It is a real estate company that deals in real estate development, property management, and sales & marketing in New Brunswick (its headquarters), Atlantic City and Newark. Boraie professionally integrates financial institutions, architects, and contractors who work in unison to complete various projects.

The company was founded by Omar Boraie, an Egyptian immigrant who first stepped onto the US soil 40 years ago with the intention of pursuing a Ph.D. in chemistry. However, during his stay, he developed a passion for the real estate world and founded Boraie.

Prison Communication

Securus Clears The Air Regarding A Recent Press Release

There were claims that certain rulings were made by Patent Trial and Appeal Board that were mischaracterized by GTL referring to Securus. It is believed to be an attempt to minimize the resources that Securus has according to Richard A. Smith, the CEO of Securus Technologies. Securus Technologies provides products and services to over one million inmates in the country.

The scope of their services is broad, ranging from communication and biometrics to analysis and information management that appears to me to be cohesive and functional. They offer many products that help not only the management of the facilities but also help loved one stay in touch with incarcerated individuals which I think is important for both sides. They can handle cash dispersed for items that are available for purchase through the facility canteen and they also provide video calling for family members that are unable to make the trip to the facility in person. I think that it is great that they offer this type of visitation. It is important for loved ones to stay connected.