Auction items 

The Chair’s inaugural fundraising event to support artists and artistic education – Online auction underway | Culture & Leisure

Chair by artist Joanie Wolter Photo courtesy of the Sonora Arts League Many nonprofit arts organizations have been deeply affected by the pandemic, which is why artists in the Cave Creek / Carefree community have been challenged to “Re-Imagine, Re-Purpose and Re-Create” furniture. house as part of the inauguration Sonoran Arts League Chair-ity Fundraising & Auction. Chair by artist Jane Boggs Photo courtesy of the Sonora Arts League Household furnishings will include, but are not limited to, chairs, tables and dressers, which will be reused as functional items for the…

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Simple and fast real estate auctions

PROVIDED Auckland-based auctioneer Robert Tulp. Selling a home at auction can be both exciting and scary, but it’s a process that is often misunderstood. That’s according to Auckland-based auctioneer Robert Tulp, who says auctions are one of the simplest processes available to make a sale, including a property. “Unfortunately, a lot of people are stressed out, avoid it or complicate it due to a lack of knowledge or experience with the auction process,” he says. Auctions are a quick way to sell a property, and as easy as these few…

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Living like a billionaire costs more and more

A kilo of caviar, a Rolls Royce Phantom: Forbes has tracked the cost of the good life for 40 years. It is expensive to live rich—and it’s only gotten more expensive over the past year. Forbes has been keeping an eye on the cost of the good life since 1982, following a basket of ultra-luxurious items – think of thoroughbred yearlings, bespoke shoes and a property manager to oversee multiple homes – to calculate our Extremely Good Cost of Living Index (CLEWI). This year, CLEWI is up 10.1%, the biggest…

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