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The 13 best new songs of the week

Week after week, there are plenty of new rap songs, no matter the time of year. It can be very difficult to stay on top of what’s coming out and also what’s hot, so XXL has decided to make things a lot easier for you. Instead of sorting out almost everything that came out this week, we’ve narrowed it down strictly to the best of the week, saving you a ton of time. Expect to see selections from established stars, the next wave of new talent, newcomers and everyone else.…

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Gun that killed Wild West outlaw Billy the Kid is up for auction

By Sara Spary, CNN (CNN) – The weapon used to kill notorious Wild West outlaw Billy the Kid 140 years ago will be auctioned for the first time – with an estimated sale price of $ 2-3 million dollars. The Colt Single Action firearm belonged to Sheriff Pat Garrett, who shot Billy the Kid on a ranch in Fort Sumner, New Mexico on July 14, 1881. Auction house Bonhams, which sells the gun on Aug. 27 in Los Angeles, described it as a “relic of one of the most important…

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Rolex watch sold for $ 6,600 at SAPD auction

Several pairs of Yeezys and Air Jordan sneakers, as well as bags and wallets from Gucci, Prada and Michael Kors, were among the items sold at the San Antonio Police Department’s asset seizure auction on Tuesday. More than 100 items have been listed for the police department’s first auction since the start of the pandemic. The auction took place at VFW Post 9186 on 650 E. White. A gold-colored Rolex watch sold for $ 6,600 at auction. The brand typically sells new watches for between $ 2,000 and $ 40,000.…

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Grocery store theft is on the rise on Long Island

The masks have covered more than the COVID virus outbreak in the past year. They also said they provided anonymity to shoplifters, retailers and security professionals. They said wearing masks, high unemployment and the proliferation of opaque reusable bags were some of the factors that have contributed to the significant increase in shoplifting in supermarkets. Karl Dell Prete, co-founder and CEO of the Melville-based full chain Uncle Giuseppes Marketplace, said: A service grocery store specializing in Italian cuisine. He refused to give a specific flight number to a family business…

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Grain auctions and patterns of meat production in China show increased imports

China’s grain demand has been a focal point for agricultural markets since 2020 and suppliers continue to seek clarification, particularly on corn where global supplies are expected to tighten further and in light of recent announcements from Beijing which all indicate food security concerns. . Forecasting China’s grain demand is a challenge due to the opacity of information on harvest conditions, production, consumption and stock levels. That’s why when China suddenly placed huge corn orders with the United States in 2020, above its annual tariff rate quota, it took the…

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Fontaine’s virtual auction brings in over $ 20,000

Fontaine family – The real estate leader raised more than $ 20,000 during its annual auction. Half of the funds went to Lewiston resident Emersyn Rowles, pictured here, and the other half to Make-A-Wish Maine. Fontaine Family – The Real Estate Leader’s Virtual Wish Auction premiered in the summer of 2014 as a virtual Facebook fundraising event to grant a wish for a critically ill Maine Wish child , according to a press release from the company. The organization has a location in Scarborough. The Fontaine team has been involved…

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Ch. 11 auction buys $ 152 million for the Wardman Park hotel

Law360 (July 22, 2021, 6:39 p.m. EDT) – A Delaware bankruptcy judge on Thursday tentatively approved a $ 152.25 million sale of the more than 100-year-old Washington Marriott Wardman Park Hotel after an epic auction of the chapter 11 on the site. Laura Davis Jones of Pachulski Stang Ziehl & Jones LLP, who led Tuesday’s auction, said the auction lasted 129 rounds and 12 and a half hours before a winner was declared, with a back-up bidder offering $ 152 million for the 1,152-room site in Northwest Washington. U.S. bankruptcy…

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Goodbye Dolly: With their offers, fans are hanging on to Carol Channing

LOS ANGELES – For older men – and they are mostly men – Carol Channing was something of an obsession. They waited through the Broadway stage doors in Tampa for her to emerge. They devoured the “Hello, Dolly!” Cast album as a teenager, watched her on TV and in movies, and at times dressed in drag to pose as her – the exaggerated red lipstick, the buzz of a nasal voice, the comedic performance with wide eyes and shine of puffy hair. So there was an audience ready and waiting…

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Preview items now in the next big radio auction

The next Big Radio Auction starts this Monday (07/26/2021) at 7:00 a.m. and lasts until 7:00 p.m. Saturday evening (07/31/2021). Once again, the auction will be online for your convenience. Like last time around, we’ll be teaming up with our parent company’s auction site called Seize the Deal. The way the online auction works is that we pre-price many of our most popular items, so rather than waiting for the sold bell to ring, you can just go ahead and buy them right away with our “Buy it now” option.…

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Brooke Board of Directors Approves ALC Offer | News, Sports, Jobs

WELLSBURG – The Brooke County School Board has approved the sale of a double-width trailer formerly used by the school district’s Alternative Learning Center and the small lot at State Route 2 and 26th Street on which she is. On Monday, the board accepted an offer of $ 100,000 submitted by local real estate developer Brian Tennant at a public auction held at the site on July 6. After the auction, Tennant said he did not have specific plans for the property, but would not pursue any development that devalues…

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