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Route 32 Auctions’ Country Store & More auction, May 20-21, will be online and in Crawfordsville,…

Single sided self-framed pewter sign for the Music Master Washington Liquor Company in Spokane, Washington, rated 9.25, a stunning example of early West Coast advertising.Route 32 Auctions CRAWFORDSVILLE, Ind. – Route 32 Auctions’ upcoming Country Store & More auction on Friday and Saturday, May 20-21, will feature approximately 500 lots each day of gasoline and oil, soda, vendor curio samples, merchandise and more – an eclectic mix of country store collectibles, online and live at the Crawfordsville Gallery located at 3097 East State Rd. 32. Doors will open both days…

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Used sellers deserve a second chance

With supply chain bottlenecks hitting apparel manufacturers and shoppers squeezing inflation, now may be the time for second-hand clothing sellers to shine. The market doesn’t quite see it that way. RealReal REAL Luxury Shipper -4.34% reported on Tuesday that sales through its platform, known as gross merchandise value, rose 31% in the first quarter from a year earlier, better than Wall Street expectations. Gross profit increased by 35%. ThredUp, UPDT -3.69% which sells more generic brands, said on its earnings call on Monday that it had recorded 31% growth in…

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Everything must go: Martha Stewart’s garage sale continues at auction

BEDFORD, NY – There’s one last chance to haggle trinkets belonging to Hudson Valley lifestyle guru Martha Stewart for a good cause. Martha Stewart’s Big USA Tag Sale Continues at Mount Kisco’s Perks Shop. If you didn’t manage to get your hands on hard-to-get tickets to Stewart’s Great American Tag Sale last month, which was filmed for an ABC special that aired May 25, there’s still plenty to do. ‘hope. “Over the years, I’ve collected thousands of wonderful things for my homes and workplaces. Now I’m ready to share a…

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As Wild gears up for Game 5, fans can get their hands on some special items

Morning Update: Voting for Boys’ Volleyball, Storm Damage, and MoreJason DeRusha has the morning update. 20 minutes ago MSHSL to vote to make men’s volleyball an officially sanctioned HS sportToday could be historic in Minnesota high school sports as they consider adding a new sport. Boys’ volleyball is on the program. 54 minutes ago As Wild gears up for Game 5, fans can get their hands on some special itemsThe Minnesota Wild return home Tuesday night in hopes of taking the lead in the Stanley Cup playoff series against the…

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Ginsburg tea set, coat and other items raise $800,000 for Washington National Opera – NBC Chicago

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s silver tea set goes to a family with a 5-year-old daughter who was once Ginsburg for Halloween. A medal Ginsburg received upon her induction into the National Women’s Hall of Fame goes to a family who recently demonstrated for reproductive rights. And a drawing of her hanging in his office was a Utah scientist’s Mother’s Day gift to his wife. In total, an online auction of 150 items belonging to the late judge raised $803,650 for the Washington National Opera, one of the late judge’s passions.…

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Ginsburg tea set, coat and other items fetch $800,000 for opera

WASHINGTON (AP) — Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s silver tea set is going to a family with a 5-year-old daughter who was once Ginsburg for Halloween. A medal Ginsburg received upon her induction into the National Women’s Hall of Fame goes to a family who recently demonstrated for reproductive rights. And a drawing of her hanging in his office was a Utah scientist’s Mother’s Day gift to his wife. In total, an online auction of 150 items belonging to the late judge raised $803,650 for the Washington National Opera, one of…

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🌱 Unofficial City Council Election Results + RR Man Fires At Officers

Hello again, Round Rock! Important Update: All of you as readers have made Round Rock Daily such a success that I am honored to announce the next phase of the newsletter. The fix is looking for a local writer and entrepreneur to lead the Round Rock Daily. While I loved getting to know this community, we want to pass the torch to someone truly local to write about Round Rock for the long term. So if you want to earn extra income while making this newsletter a more valuable resource…

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This one-of-a-kind AMC Turbo Van can now be yours

Although we normally go straight to the sports cars in an online auction, here there is something too beautiful to miss; the one and only 1977 American Motors Corporation AM Van Concept is up for sale at an upcoming RM Sotheby’s auction. The one-of-a-kind design study from the late 1970s was once part of a traveling “Concept 80” roadshow that the American Motors Company took to seven cities across the United States, to generate positive publicity and showcase his vision of the future. Of the seven concepts, two were the…

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Business News | Stock and Equity Market News | Financial news

Search mutual fund quotes, news, net asset values Adani Wilmar INE699H01024, PUNCH, 543458 Addiction INE002A01018, TRUST, 500325 Tata Power INE245A01021, TATAPOWER, 500400 Adani Power INE814H01011, ADANIPOWER, 533096 HDFC Bank INE040A01034, HDFCBANK, 500180 Search mutual fund quotes, news, net asset values Adani Wilmar INE699H01024, PUNCH, 543458 Addiction INE002A01018, TRUST, 500325 Tata Power INE245A01021, TATAPOWER, 500400 Adani Power INE814H01011, ADANIPOWER, 533096 HDFC Bank…

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Haydenville Church Art Auction to Benefit Ukrainians

HAYDENVILLE — An art auction to benefit war-affected Ukrainians in that country is looking for artists to donate pieces. “We define art broadly,” said Tracy Magdalene, who organizes the event. Magdalene, a resident of Haydenville, said the auction had already received photographs, acid-etched concrete wall hangings, a pencil drawing and painting by the late Gregory Stone, and an artwork by late Gerald Wise. She said about 30 pieces have been donated so far. The auction will take place at the Haydenville Congregational Church from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on…

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Destin Charity Wine Auction Raises Over $3.8 Million for Nonprofits

Record auction benefits 15 local children’s charities Special for The Destin Log/USA TODAY NETWORKK | Destiny newspaper MIRAMAR BEACH – The 17th Annual Destin Charity Wine Auction presented by the Jumonville family has raised more than $3.8 million for children in need in Northwest Florida. The record results represent a staggering increase of $1.8 million over the previous year. Held April 22-23, this was the first in-person auction experience produced by the Destin Charity Wine Auction Foundation (DCWAF) since 2019 after two years of virtual auctions. Set of events: Destin…

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ICEE Society Expands NFT Auction Fundraising for Cancer Research Through ICEE Hope Initiative

One of a kind, Burton Morris created ICEE “Swirl” NFT available at auction Limited Edition Burton Morris created ICEE “Lime” NFT available on Chronicle Custom artwork designed by artist “friends” Burton Morris available now NASHVILLE, TN, USA, May 6, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — To increase contributions to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, ICEE™ today announced the expansion of its non-fungible token auction (NFT) brand. Through Friday, May 13, ICEE collectors and fans can bring their favorite ICEE flavors to life by purchasing a one-of-a-kind ICEE Immortal NFT auctioned on the Chronicle…

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Showcase with car and driver

The irony of iron is what makes American luxury cars of the 1970s and 1980s adorable. They were cars built with things like “opera windows”, “carriage lights” and “landau roofs”. High performance never really came into the conversation as they all seemed to have lazy, overpowered, low-compression V-8 engines stifled by primitive emission controls. These engines with low specific power were fitted with three-speed automatic transmissions and suspensions tuned like mashed potatoes. To distract buyers from mechanical flaws, most luxury cars of the era are as over-decorated as Liberace’s house.…

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Kempner VFD Raises $52,000 in Annual Auction | Herald of Copperas Cove

The Kempner Volunteer Fire Department again raised thousands of dollars at its 42nd annual barbecue and auction last Saturday. In total, this year’s event raised over $52,000, a record amount. Officials said the money raised will go a long way in helping the department. Each year, the department organizes the event as a way to gain support from the local community and businesses in the area. Along with the barbecue and auction, they are raising funds to help maintain the vital services the department provides to help protect the community…

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In the region | News, Sports, Jobs

Residents reminded of grass, tree lines LEWISTOWN — Residents of the Borough of Lewistown are reminded that they are required to keep grass and weeds no higher than 6 inches. Additionally, tree branches and foliage should be trimmed to allow at least seven feet above sidewalks and 13 feet above streets and alleys. Violators could face a citation and fines of $300 per day for each day of non-compliance. To file a complaint or for more information, contact the Code Enforcement Office at (717) 242-1145. Homeschool event scheduled…

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New electric trucks command a premium on auction sites

Owners are now taking delivery of the first Rivian electric trucks, but they’re not keeping them. Several Rivian R1T electric trucks appear on auction websites like Cars & Bids, eBay and Bring a Trailer for a huge bounty. How much of a premium? Almost double the purchase price in some cases. You can place a bid today for a 2022 Rivian R1T Launch Edition truck, but his bid is already over $100,000. With two days to go. In April, a used R1T Launch Edition sold for $138,000 at Cars &…

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From a Lamborghini Worth Crores to a dream apartment

Kartik Aaryan rose to fame with the sleeper hit, Pyaar Ka Punchnama in 2011. And with his next release, Bhool Bhoolaiyaa 2, the 31-year-old actor is all over the internet. Handsome, charming and witty, Kartik blew us away. But, although today he’s become a star, with big-name directors lining up to sign him and actresses gagging over his cuteness, the actor’s journey to stardom hasn’t been a bed of roses. . From living in a 2 BHK apartment with 12 other boys to being the sole owner of fancy cars…

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Goal! Maradona’s ‘Hand of God’ shirt sets auction record

By JILL LAWLESSAssociated press LONDON (AP) — The shirt worn by Diego Maradona when he scored the controversial “Hand of God” goal against England at the 1986 World Cup has sold for 7.1 million pounds (9 .3 million), the highest price ever paid at auction for a piece of sports memorabilia. Auctioneer Sotheby’s sold the shirt in an online auction which ended on Wednesday. He did not identify the buyer. Maradona scored twice in the quarter-final match in Mexico City on June 22, 1986, just four years after Britain and…

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World Changer event commemorates Lopez

Scheduled for Monday, May 9 at Manteca Park Golf Course, this is the second annual Tee-Off for Travis Memorial Golf Tournament. Named for Escalon High School 2000 graduate Travis Lopez who died in late May 2020, the event benefits the World Changer Scholarship, a fund Travis created specifically for San Jose State University students. Manteca Park Golf Course is located at 305 N. Union Road, Manteca. Registration begins at 11 a.m. and the scramble-format golf tournament itself begins with a tee shot at 12:30 p.m. The tournament ends between 5…

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KAR Auction Services: First Quarter Earnings Overview

KAR Auction Services BECAUSE announced its first quarter results on Tuesday, May 3, 2022 at 4:00 p.m. Here’s what investors need to know about the announcement. Earnings KAR Auction Services missed estimated earnings by 116.67%, recording EPS of -$0.02 versus an estimate of $0.12. Revenue decreased by $212.20 million compared to the same period last year. Past Earnings Performance Last quarter, the company beat EPS by $0.09, followed by a 14.32% increase in share price the next day. Here is an overview of past performance of KAR Auction Services: …

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Need a facelift but don’t want to buy new? Download these 6 second-hand clothes apps

Do you often wonder when you will give up fast fashion? Or how to reduce, reuse and repair your wardrobe. Reorganizing your old clothes can give them a second life, trying to live sustainably can feel like information overload. That doesn’t mean you shouldn’t try, though. Even governments recognize the need to curb our harmful addiction to fast fashion. The EU recently warned consumers to stop using their clothes as disposable items, proposing plans to counter fast fashion waste. European Commission Vice-President Frans Timmermans said the clothes we wear “should…

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Community Events | News, Sports, Jobs

Harrison Chapter of Alumni Association awards $10,000 CADIZ — A total of $10,000 has been awarded to two Harrison County seniors by the Harrison County chapter of the Ohio State University Alumni Association. Aiden Sliva, son of Michael and Michele Sliva from Cadiz, received $5,000 from the group. He graduated from Harrison Central High School in Cádiz and will study pharmacy at university. Ellee Shepherd, daughter of Kevin and Amanda Shepherd and Dyana and Rod Bleiniger of Uhrichsville, also received $5,000. She graduated from Indian Valley High School…

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Friend Inc. celebrates the return of the in-person benefit auction

Friend Inc. Community Services celebrated the return of an in-person auction on Saturday, April 30, raising funds for programs that help Berks County residents in need. At the 32nd annual event, attendees gathered at Beltzner Hall at the Kutztown Fairgrounds for dinner and drinks followed by a live auction of miscellaneous items, bidding on art, jewelry, items household goods, autographed items, gift certificates for local businesses such as hair salons and restaurants, as well as the auction’s famous desserts. “It’s fun! It’s a simple evening of culinary fun and friends.…

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NEOPETS AT AUCTION RARE NEOPETS ART COLLECTION FOR CHARITY

Neopets is auctioning a 25-piece rare art collection to benefit four key charities: World Wildlife Fund, The Trevor Project, Project Hope and Eden Reforestation Project EL SEGUNDO, Calif., May 2, 2022 /PRNewswire/ – JumpStart®, the parent company of Neopets, will be proudly hosting a charity auction, launching a collection of 25 pieces of Neopian art featuring characters from the beloved game. The auction will go live on GiveSmart on Monday, May 9, 2022 and will end on Sunday, May 15, 2022. The entire Neopets Private Vault collection includes art paintings…

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Dior Fall 2022: Show presented for the first time in South Korea

Written by Oscar Holland, CNN Dior held a fashion show in South Korea for the first time ever on Saturday, showcasing its latest collection to a star-studded audience in Seoul. The French fashion giant turned the prestigious Ewha Womans University into a runway, sending skateboarders down a sloping central ramp before models appeared in waves of yellow plaid, sheer tulle and pleated outerwear. The brand also partners with the university as part of its [email protected] mentoring and education program. Overseen by Dior Creative Director Maria Grazia Chiuri, the brand’s Fall…

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May Merriment in progress at Marquette Academy in Ottawa – Shaw Local

The Marquette Academy is hosting its 40th Annual May Merriment Dinner/Auction on Saturday May 7th. The main objective of May Merriment is to bridge the gap between tuition fees and the real cost of education. If you can’t make it to May Merriment, the silent auction opened its online auction on Friday. You may submit a proxy bid for live auction items by calling the High School Advancement Office, 815-433-0125, ext. 1018. Visit the auction website at www.bidpal.net/mmm40 to see all the items for sale and buy a raffle ticket.…

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Friends of Lorenzo Bull House and Women’s City Club host May 5 fundraiser – Muddy River News

The Lorenzo Bull house | Photo courtesy of Quincy Park District QUINCY — The Friends of the Lorenzo Bull House and the Women’s City Club invite the public to the first fundraiser for the restoration of the 1855 Lorenzo Bull House and its gardens at 1550 Maine. A $50 ticket provides a sit-down meal and support for the current huge wrap-around porch restoration project. A cash bar will open at 5:30 p.m. Attendees will learn about the history of the house and the family that built it. People can also…

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‘You never notice the cool little things that exist until it’s too late’ auction of Chicago’s beloved restaurant neon signs held in the North Center – Chicago Tribune

Loyal customers and curious shoppers flocked to a public auction of Chicago restaurant memorabilia on Saturday. The most precious? Neon signs for two long-running North Central neighborhood restaurants. The signs, for the now closed Chicago Joe’s and the possibly soon to be closed Orange Garden, sold in the five figures each: $32,450 and $20,060, respectively. The Dinkel’s bakery sign in Lakeview, which officially sold its last pastry on Saturday, will go up for auction next month. The auction – which was attended by nearly 300 people – was held at…

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Alfa Romeo adopts five-year warranty in Australia, leaving BMW and Porsche among last with three

A new Porsche 911, Bentley Continental or BMW 7 Series comes with less than half the warranty of Australia’s cheapest car. 0 To see 11 pictures BMW, Bentley and Porsche are among the latest Australian brands to offer only a three-year warranty, following this week’s announcement that Alfa Romeo is increasing its warranty. Alfa Romeo confirmed on Tuesday:[Our] the vehicles will come with a five-year unlimited mileage warranty, replacing the previous three-year or 150,000 km offer. “In addition, all new vehicles will also be covered by a five-year roadside assistance…

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Pamplin Media Group – Police recover stolen Oregon Music Hall of Fame signed guitar

The Oregon Music Hall of Fame has recovered a stolen guitar; but dozens are still missing. Can you help me… ? As reported in the March issue of THE BEE, irreplaceable guitars, signed by internationally renowned musicians, were stolen in a robbery of a storage locker rented by the Oregon Music Hall of Fame on February 20. After weeks of what they called an “extensive investigation,” Portland Police Bureau officials on March 15 said they had obtained search warrants which they said resulted in the guitars being recovered. and other…

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A Day for Women, Lisa Loeb Concert, Ballet, Ice Skating and More – Loveland Reporter-Herald

Upcoming Loveland events include a day to celebrate women on Saturday, a concert with Lisa Loeb next Friday, Star Wars Bingo for May 4, plant sales, ballet and ice skating performances. Day to celebrate women A day to celebrate women will be held at 1 p.m. on Sunday, May 1 at Fairgrounds Park, 700 S. Railroad Ave., Loveland. Attendees can meet Loveland sculptor Jane DeDecker, who worked on a women’s suffrage monument, and Anna Laymon, executive director of Women’s Suffrage National Monument, which is seeking to place a suffrage sculpture…

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ELEGANT 1957 FERRARI 250 GT LWB BERLINETTA TOUR DE FRANCE

Detroit MI, April 29, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Broad Arrow Group is delighted to announce the addition of the historic 1957 Ferrari 250 GT Berlinetta “Tour de France”, chassis 0619 GT (Estimate: $6,000,000 – US$7,000,000), at the Monterey Jet Center’s next auction will be held this August 18, 2022 during Monterey Car Week. The TdF represents one of the finest examples of its kind, with a known history from new and accompanied by its Ferrari “Red Book” Classiche certification. When a sports car dominated a race and its class so…

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China sticks to Covid controls, Beijing luxury mall closes

The major luxury goods mall Beijing SKP, pictured here in 2021, said on Friday it would close – with no reopening date specified – after the city confirmed three Covid cases in a nearby apartment community. Qilai Shen | Bloomberg | Getty Images BEIJING — China has shown few signs of easing its zero-Covid control policies as the country continues to battle its worst outbreak in two years. Some companies have resumed production in Shanghai and northern China. But the capital, Beijing, on Friday temporarily closed a major luxury shopping…

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Lions Club auction raises nearly $23,000 for Summer Ball and other local programs

This year’s Lions Club auction, held on Friday, April 22, raised more money than in several years, raising nearly $23,000 for the summer prom program of Gainesville and other local projects supported by the Gainesville Lions Club. The annual fundraising total, now in its 35th year, was approximately $3,500 more than the $19,500 raised last year. Over the past few years, the auction has raised these amounts: nearly $22,000 in 2020; $21,500 in 2019; over $21,000 in 2018; $20,000 in 2017 and $19,000 in 2016. The event included a chili…

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Teesside shop’s Star Wars exhibit sells for thousands at auction

A PROMOTIONAL Star Wars store display sold for over £13,000 at Vectis Auctions in Stockton this morning (April 28). Lot 6269 on the was a highly anticipated lot, the Palitoy Star Wars Return of the Jedi vintage Vehicle and Figure Promotional Store Display, was on offer with an estimate of £5,000-£10,000. These store displays were all handcrafted, painted and supplied by key accounts and Palitoy partners to promote the new movie release and character lines. It depicts the battle scene on Endor, at the end of the new movie Return…

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Publica to Provide CTV SSAI and Unified Auction Services for Hearst Television

As a demand-independent CTV ad server, Publica helps global publishers deliver a seamless advertising experience through the introduction of server-side ad insertion (SSAI), while also helping publishers maximize revenue by running a unified auction across multiple SSPs and Ad Exchanges. Through this relationship with Publica, Hearst Television will provide advertisers with enhanced buying techniques similar to those of linear television. This includes competitive separation, frequency management, and the ability to buy the first slot in ad modules – much like standard TV commercial breaks. Key Publica technology features Hearst Television…

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Christian Audigier’s personal collection will be auctioned – WWD

Christian Audigier, the sometimes outrageous flamboyant character who ran fashion labels Ed Hardy and Von Dutch, was just 57 when he died of cancer seven years ago in Los Angeles. But he left behind a tattooed trucker hat, graphic tee and embellished denim heirloom on LA fashion. And now his personal and diverse collection of art, furniture, books and clothing has been consolidated and is being auctioned off by Abell Auction Co. “We had to sift through a lot of his stuff to tell a story,” said Todd Schireson, vice…

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World-Class Automotive Injection Molding and Chrome Plating Plant Goes Up for Auction

CHICAGO, April 27, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — An entire factory full of machinery and equipment including injection molding and chrome plating machines is auctioned via webcast on May 12 in Colon, Querétaro, Mexico, announced PPL Group. Most of the equipment is new since 2017, 2018 and 2019. “This is an unprecedented opportunity for the right buyer(s) to obtain late model injection molding equipment and chrome plating equipment including stainless steel tanks, rectifiers, programmable hoists, filters and a huge amount of scrap copper and nickel,” said Sam Suchowiecky. of Hilco Global Mexico.…

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Project Whitefish Wine and Food Fest returns

For the past 31 years, Whitefish has hosted the annual Whitefish Tradition of the Project Whitefish Wine and Food Fest. This year’s event, themed May the 4th be with you, will take place at Grouse Mountain Lodge on Wednesday, May 4 from 6-9 p.m. The annual event raises much needed funds to support children in our community through sports and the performing arts. All proceeds from this benefit are donated to Project Whitefish Kids, the organization that operates the Smith Fields Sports Complex for multiple sports teams, and the Whitefish…

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The Local Vault Takes a Designer-Led Approach to Resale

As at the start of all great business ideas, Patricia Espinosa realized she was onto something when she couldn’t find it anywhere else in the market. Nearly a decade ago, a friend who sold furniture with an online auction company where each item starts at a dollar asked Espinosa if she wanted to participate, knowing Espinosa didn’t have a full house. many things but rather some beautiful pieces. But Espinosa — a 20-year veteran of the home furnishings and apparel industries, who previously worked in business strategy, management, sales and…

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Rebag Launches Auction to Highlight Investment-Worthy Luxury Items

Seeking to promote the idea of ​​luxury goods as a valuable asset class similar to works of art that can appreciate in value over time, Rebag introduced Auction, a program that allows buyers to bid for first access to hot new items. The luxury retailer will list more than 2,000 items for its first Rebag auction cycle beginning April 27, 2022. Members of the Rebag Rewards Loyalty Program will have the exclusive chance to bid on these items during the VIP Auction Period, Monday, May 2 at 8 a.m. EST…

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The ‘Guys and Gals Fashion Gala’ returns to an in-person event

BINGHAMTON (WBNG) — On Thursday, Mothers & Babies Perinatal Network will be back in person with a southern favorite! The organization will hold its eighth annual “Guys and Gals” fashion gala in person for the first time in two years. Shanon Chesna, executive director of Mothers & Babies Perinatal Network, told 12 News that in addition to enjoying the fashion show, the guest will also have the chance to meet local businesses and vendors and participate in the auction. silent and to draw lots. “For the first hour and a…

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The Slough Hub announces ‘The Great Slough Auction’, promoting uplifting art from local artists and supporting good causes

Charity auction Two ways to bid Following the huge success of the art festival, the artists put their works up for auction. The public can bid online or at the Love Slough Gallery We’ve created a platform for Slough’s hidden talent to shine. Their mission was to create a positive and uplifting image of Slough and to boost the morale of the residents. — Vineet Vijh Slough Hub Manager SLOUGH, BERKSHIRE, UK, April 25, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Following the resounding success Art Festival commissioned by ‘HOME Slough’ as ​​part of…

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Ritchie Bros. prepares to sell over 11,000 items at Canada’s biggest gear auction of the year

The six days Edmonton auction on May 2nd – 7 features of equipment and trucks from over 1,400 shippers EDMONTON, Alta., April 25, 2022 /CNW/ – Next week, Ritchie Bros.. will sell over 11,000 items for over 1,400 shippers in from Canada biggest equipment auction of the year. the May 2nd – 7, 2022, the auction will take place at the company’s site at Edmonton, Alta.with auctions available online, via mobile app and in person. “We have assembled a fantastic range of late model equipment and trucks, with our Edmonton…

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Gucci reintroduces blue monogram canvas in 70s-inspired campaign

Gucci welcomes back a classic blue GG print. Image courtesy of Gucci Italian fashion house Gucci draws on its archives to revisit a blue and beige GG canvas print as part of the Gucci Love Parade collection. Blue GG canvas takes center stage in a campaign, dreamed up by creative director Alessandro Michele and animated by Max Siedentopf, where the focus is entirely on the design itself with stills and a short film illustrating a world entirely covered with the recognizable signature of Gucci. characters. The palette has established itself…

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Auction close to $100,000 raised for OSMH mental health services

“The auction helps provide better care and raises voices in our community,” says OSMH Foundation Community Engagement Manager Angie Green-Hill continues her mission to raise funds for mental health services at the Orillia Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital (OSMH). The Sixth Annual Green-Hill Facebook Auctions begins May 14 at 2 p.m. and ends May 21 at 2 p.m. The event has raised a total of $75,000 over the years, and Green-Hill hopes to raise an additional $25,000 this year. “It would be amazing to reach that level,” she said. “But it’s all…

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The Wachowskis Off-Matrix Auction, Sense8 Accessories to Benefit Trans Youth

Trans people across the world need our support more than ever right now, with a treadmill of hate – whether within the political establishment or otherwise – both at home and abroad. In the United States, we have a wide range of anti-LGBTQ+ laws pushed by the right; in the UK, watch one Harry Potter the author’s campaign of contempt against the trans population, or the government’s reluctance to ban trans conversion therapy in line with that of sexual minorities. Lily and Lana Wachowskithe esteemed sibling duo behind films and…

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Analysts Expect KAR Auction Services, Inc. (NYSE:KAR) to Post Quarterly Sales of $573.97 Million

Wall Street brokers expect KAR Auction Services, Inc. (NYSE:KAR – Get Rating) to report $573.97 million in sales for the current quarter, according to Zacks. Three analysts have released earnings estimates for KAR Auction Services. The lowest sales estimate is $539.70 million and the highest is $604.40 million. KAR Auction Services recorded sales of $581.60 million in the same quarter last year, which would indicate a negative growth rate of 1.3% year over year. The company is expected to release its next results after the market closes on Monday, January…

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Truss deals £1billion hit to Russian luxury goods – diamonds damage Putin’s last lifeline

On Thursday, the British government announced a new round of sanctions, including additional import restrictions and high taxes on Russian products. Import bans on silver, wooden items and high-end Russian products, including caviar, are among the most recent measures. The measure aims to increase pressure on Russia’s collapsing economy as President Vladimir Putin steps up his invasion of Ukraine, now in its ninth week. The UK’s Department for International Trade said tariffs on around £130m of imports from Russia and Belarus, including diamonds and rubber, will rise by 35 percentage…

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‘Washington Crossing the Delaware’ hanging in the White House went up for auction at Christie’s in May

Story by Reuters The famous “Washington Crossing the Delaware” painting, which hung in the White House from the 1970s to 2014, will go up for auction next month when it is estimated to fetch around $20 million. The 1851 oil painting is one of three versions painted by Emanuel Leutze of the man who was to be America’s first president to lead the troops at a key moment in the American Revolution. Only two survived. The first version was destroyed in a World War II air raid in Germany, said…

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St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Church to Host First-Ever Heritage Festival | Entertainment

St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church invites residents to explore the world through food at its upcoming Heritage Festival on June 4 The inaugural event will feature culturally diverse food stalls, a silent auction, a sit-down bar, bingo, live music, children’s games and more. Some dishes include Italian sausages from the Italian Catholic Federation, barbecue from the Knights of Columbus and Filipino food from Couples for Christ. Silent auction items include a getaway for two to Cayucos, an autographed poster for “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness” and a…

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‘Larger than life’: partner reflects on deceased ‘Survivor’ participant Ralph Kiser | WJHL

LEBANON, Va. (WJHL) – For anyone who knew Ralph Kiser, they knew his appearance on ‘Survivor’ was just a natural extension of his personality. The farmer from Lebanon, Va., had spent most of his life tending to animals in one way or another, and was more than happy to spend time in the great outdoors — especially if it meant that he was on national television. Kiser was a contestant on “Survivor: Redemption Island”, the show’s 22nd season filmed in Nicaragua. He finished in ninth place, achieving Tribal Merge and…

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Stranger Things and the 9 Most Expensive Netflix Shows

Over the years, Netflix has released amazing, high-quality content, but it comes at a steep price. Clearly, Netflix wants to stay ahead of its competition, and to do that, they need to keep investing and giving audiences more of what they want. Unfortunately, the streamer sometimes releases new Netflix shows that completely miss the mark. And those shows cost a pretty penny. However, that doesn’t stop the streamer from spending a lot of money on new content to please subscribers. They are willing to take risks because, at the end…

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Salinas Valley Fair Gets Back in the Saddle for Annual Kickoff Dinner – The King City Rustler

SALINAS VALLEY – The Salinas Valley Fair scheduled the fair’s annual kick-off dinner, dance and auction Saturday inside the Orradre Building at the Salinas Valley Fairgrounds in King City. “The theme for our upcoming fair is ‘Back in the Saddle’, so we’re celebrating by jumping right into our annual event that leads the fair each year,” said Lauren Hamilton, Acting CEO of Salinas Valley Fair. The April 23 event begins at 5:30 p.m. with a hostless bar, followed by a King City Young Farmers steak dinner at 7 p.m. From…

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Broad Arrow Group announces Passion for the Drive: The Cars

Detroit, MI, April 21, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — April 21, 2022 — Broad Arrow Group is thrilled to announce Mr. Jim Taylor’s sole proprietor auction, taking place October 14-15 in his hometown of Gloversville, located a short distance from Albany, New York. The offering represents one of the finest assemblages of European, British and American sports and collector cars, including an impressive selection from Allard, Alvis, Aston Martin, Bentley, Bugatti, Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Cunningham, Dodge, Ferrari, Ford, Jaguar, Land Rover, Maserati, Mercedes-Benz and Shelby cars. Perhaps even more impressive is…

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Deloitte director accused of embezzling $3 million suspended by insolvency body

“The ARITA Board has long believed in the approach advocated by the Hayne Royal Commission to the need for professional associations to ensure members are held accountable for alleged breaches of professional standards. and that the public has a right to know [the outcomes of an investigation] … so that they [can] make informed decisions about working with these people in the future. “In this case and given the seriousness of the allegations, the ARITA Board of Directors has also suspended Mr. Quill’s membership and has decided to release this…

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Burn Fund Bike Auction returns to Portage – PortageOnline.com

Another Portage grassroots fundraiser and favorite of local residents returns next month after the two-year COVID hiatus. The Firefighters Burn Fund Bike Auction takes place on Saturday, May 7 at 10:00 a.m. Firefighter Curtis Rance says he is standing at the usual location – the Portage Fire Hall at 124 3rd St Northeast. “What the Burn Fund does is help raise money for education and equipment for the burn unit in Winnipeg,” Rance explains. “This will be the 42nd annual bike auction. We’ve missed the last two years due to…

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Titans Family General Manager Jon Robinson battles diabetes with love and support, backed by the strength of his daughter Taylor

Type 1 diabetes is usually diagnosed in children and young adults. Since the body does not produce insulin, people with the disease must take injections or use an insulin pump, in addition to regularly monitoring their blood sugar. Taylor, the eldest of Robinson’s two daughters, pays tribute to those around her, from her parents to her younger sister, 13-year-old Bailey, to her friends at FRA. According to Taylor, her mother was involved in her day-to-day life, from refilling insulin cartridges when needed to helping manage her blood sugar. She promotes…

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Morphy’s May 4-6 auction spotlights vintage slot machines and early advertising signs

Diavalo Loop the Loop vending machine designed to dispense chewing gum tablets. Based on a daredevil cyclist called “Diavalo” who toured turn-of-the-century circuses. Former Dr Smith collection auctioned at Sotheby’s in 1994. Condition VG. Refer to the example featured in “Silent Salesman Too” by Bill and Peggy Enes. Estimate $20,000 to $40,000Morphy Auctions DENVER, Pa. — Long before the era of instant entertainment from television, downloaded music and streaming videos, Americans could amuse themselves with pocket change in a game room. The thrilling atmosphere of these venues, whether indoors or…

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Reader Response: Alternatives to Interest Rate Hikes

Does raising interest rates to discourage inflation really make sense? In the 1970s, high rates seemed to throw gasoline on the fire and hurt the little guy the most (as a baby boomer, I remember my mortgage at 13%). Inflation is caused by less supply than demand. Higher interest rates do not decrease bird flu, add oil to supply, increase production in China, or solve the supply chain problem. In fact, it will be more difficult and more expensive for producers and transporters to improve supply. Low-income consumers generally have…

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Furious agent calls on government agencies not to use locals for auctions | Queensland country life

Decisions by state and local governments to use out-of-town agents to hold auctions in rural communities have been questioned. Independent marketer Chris Norris’ furious comment follows the Queensland Government’s use of an out-of-town machinery auction specialist to dispose of assets and livestock owned by the former Queensland Agricultural Training Corporation. Tomkins Valuers and Auctioneers, based in Rockhampton, has been contracted to sell both the horses and the machinery and other items based at Emerald and Longreach colleges. On the company’s website, it says its main customers are the federal government,…

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Calling All Coyotes staged for Friday; online auction open now!

By: Britni Smith, USD Sports Information History links The University of South Dakota Athletic Department and the Howling Pack will host the 2022 Calling All Coyotes – A Red Tie event on Friday, April 22 beginning at 5 p.m. at the Sioux Falls Convention Center. Although reserved tables are sold out, individual tickets are still available by contacting Hillary at [email protected] The organizations are delighted to mark another successful year of sports competitions in front of a record number of 720 guests. Guests can experience the…

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Italy is emerging as an unexpected hub for crypto art. But regulatory challenges are holding back its NFT market growth

As the complex phenomenon of cryptocurrency continues to revolutionize the way the world does business, an unlikely player has emerged on the crypto art scene: Italy. For a relatively small country that stands out for its thousands of years of art history, Italy’s “cryptographic art renaissance,” as some call it, is both startling and heartening. In recent years, a growing number of young, digitally pioneering Italian artists have driven demand for Italian crypto art and fostered what some describe as a “cultural revival” in a country whose creative output has…

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Be careful | The star of the day

The Finance Division recommended that the government avoid indefinite loans and discourage the import of luxury goods to deal with macroeconomic pressures resulting from the Russian-Ukrainian war. He also suggested a slight gradual increase in electricity, energy and fertilizer prices to keep government subsidies at a reasonable level. For all the latest news, follow the Daily Star’s Google News channel. The recommendations came during a meeting of the Budget Coordination Council, chaired by Finance Minister AHM Mustafa Kamal, as part of the preparation of the budget for the financial year…

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Chandigarh businessman buys ‘0001’ for Rs 15.44 lakh for his scooter : The Tribune India

Tribune press service Chandigarh, April 16 A local businessman bought the registration number ‘0001’ for a whopping Rs 15.44 lakh for a scooter against a reserve price of Rs 50,000 in an online auction conducted by the Authority Registration and Licensing (RLA) here today. Brij Mohan, who runs an advertising agency, made the highest bid for CH01CJ 0001. Mohan said he liked the number so much that he bought it for Rs. 15.44 lakh. Initially, he used the number of his Activa scooter which he recently bought for…

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You can now buy a Picasso from the private collection of Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Written by Zoe Sottile, CNN It’s not just a screen print by German artist Josef Albers. This is a serigraph by German artist Josef Albers that once belonged to the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. And now fans of the justice, nicknamed RBG and who died in 2020 at the age of 87, can bid on Albers’ screenprint and other unique works of art from his personal collection. The lot includes pieces from Ginsburg’s extensive private collections, including ceramics and drawings by Pablo Picasso, bronze sculptures by Glenna…

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Telford house boarded up with classic VW Bettle in the garden to be won for £36,000

A gated home has hit the market for a fraction of the cost of other homes in the area – but there’s a catch. In addition to the extensive work needed on the property, any prospective buyer will have to shell out the money in cash. The three-bedroom semi-flat is on Farm Lodge Grove in Telford and will be auctioned with an indicative price of £36,000. Rooms inside the property are covered in dirt and clutter – including a bed on the side and what appears to be a moldy…

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Young Buck may have to forfeit expensive assets in bankruptcy

Young Buck’s bankruptcy case is still pending. AllHipHop reports that the Nashville rapper may have to give up some of his assets in order to pay off his creditors, including 50 Cent. These items include gold tooth caps, gold chains, his 615 Cashville Records gold and diamond chain, a Ford F-150, a Rolls-Royce, a motorcycle, and donations he received through CashApp. Court documents obtained by the outlet show Buck will have to appear before a judge again on May 6, where he will be questioned under oath about any assets…

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Lee Harvey Oswald’s life insurance claim sold at auction

Local The one-page, 8.5-inch-by-10.25-inch document came in a frame alongside a photograph of Oswald. Surrounded by detectives, Lee Harvey Oswald speaks to the media as he is led down a hallway at the Dallas police station on November 23, 1963, for a new round of questioning in connection with the assassination of US President John F. Kennedy. The life insurance policy of the man who murdered Kennedy paid his mother less than $900, but the death petition she filed for that sum sold at auction for nearly $80,000 dollars. The…

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Kansas players ready to cash in thanks to NIL, potentially setting a template for future NCAA title-winning teams

Imagine a world in which every national champion in men’s and women’s basketball – football too – celebrated their swag in ways that brought money to players and allowed them to profit from their achievements. You don’t have to imagine it after all: this world is there. Kansas men’s basketball is poised to set the blueprint for what every national title winner in the three biggest collegiate team sports can and likely will do after every national championship game in the future. As recently reported, the Kansas players will soon…

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Here’s what’s getting more expensive at the grocery store

In the year ending March, unadjusted for seasonal fluctuations, food prices rose 8.8% – the largest 12-month increase since the year ended May 1981, the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Over the past year, virtually every type of food has become more expensive. Overall, groceries have become 10% more expensive. Flour jumped 14.2%, milk 13.3%, eggs 11.2% and fruit and vegetables 8.5%. Bacon increased by 18.2%. A number of factors tightened food supplies in several categories as demand remained strong, leading to price spikes across the board. One problem is environmental.…

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Local women plan fundraiser for Ukrainian refugees | News, Sports, Jobs

News Photo by Darby Hinkley Pictured, L-R, Stefanie Huffaker of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Ellen Eagan of Trinity Episcopal Church, Tammy Hermansen of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Deb McClure of Trinity Episcopal Church, Cindy DeRocher of Alpena Community College Women’s Athletics, and Gerry Cawthra of Trinity Episcopal Church. Eagan and McClure wear felt hearts in the colors of the Ukrainian flag, and McClure holds a blue and yellow rock painted by Pat Manning, one of the artists at the…

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Ginsburg’s art, fur coat, awards at auction to benefit opera

WASHINGTON (AP) — Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg liked the cartoon that accompanied an article about her so much that she got a copy from the artist and hung it in her Supreme Court office. This signed and inscribed print by artist Eleanor Davis is among 150 items from Ginsburg’s office and home at Watergate in an online auction to benefit the Washington Opera that will conclude in late April. Also hanging in Ginsburg’s dining room is a terracotta plate by Pablo Picasso, a black mink coat with his name sewn…

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Most of the noble numbers charity auctions will be launched in Dubai and Abu Dhabi to support the 1 Billion Meals initiative

Dubai, United Arab Emirates: In cooperation with Emirates Auction, the “Most Noble Numbers” charity auctions for special vehicle plate numbers will be launched on Saturday 16 April 2022, with the participation of elite businessmen as well as charitable pioneers and humanitarians. The auctions will support the efforts of the ‘1 Billion Meals’ initiative, the region’s largest to provide food aid to disadvantaged and undernourished people, especially children, refugees, displaced persons and people affected by disasters and crises. The Most Noble Numbers charity auctions will take place over two events in…

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From Argentina to Milan – UBC Okanagan News

People, student profile Bachelor of Management student Maria Paz Marengo is on the trail of a career in luxury fashion April 11, 2022 On nameMaria Paz Marengo RoleUndergraduate student ProgramBachelor of Administration FacultyManagement CampusOkanagan (Kelowna, BC) HometownRio Cuarto, Argentina “After this experience, I think helping to bring more sustainability into the industry is something I could help with.” GROWING UP IN THE SMALL ARGENTINA TOWN OF RIO CUARTOMaria Paz Marengo has been passionate about fashion for as long as she can remember. “I’ve always loved it,” shares the fourth-year Bachelor…

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Art Avenue Auction raises $50,000 for Second Heart Homes

The coast of the gift DAILY SRQ MONDAY BUSINESS EDITION MONDAY APRIL 11, 2022 | Shown: Local artist Vicki Chelf, gallery owner Paul Sykes and Second Heart Homes founder Megan Howell stand next to Second Heart Angel, Chelf’s resistance painting honoring Howell as part of her Woman of Resistance series. Art was an avenue of expression and compassion recently in Sarasota. An auction at Art Avenue helped raise awareness of the link between mental health and homelessness and raised funds for housing and homeless service. Art Avenue’s Paul Sykes hosted…

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Judge orders owner to demolish Packard auto plant in Detroit, calling it a ‘public nuisance’

DETROIT – A judge ordered the demolition of the deteriorating Packard Automobile Plant in Detroit, saying it had become a public nuisance. Wayne County Circuit Court Judge Brian Sullivan wrote in an order that the factory’s Peruvian owner, Fernando Palazuelo, and his company, Arte Express Detroit, must remove all trash and debris from the sprawling site and demolish all buildings and structures on the property, which covers several blocks on Detroit’s east side. The March 31 order said the more than 30 plots owned by Palazuelo “constitute a public nuisance…

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Nepal bans imports of luxury items amid dwindling foreign exchange reserves: report

Nepal has banned the import of luxury items to counteract the decline in the country’s foreign exchange (forex) reserves. The biggest challenge for the Nepalese government is the proper management of foreign exchange reserves, Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB) spokesman Gunakar Bhatta said on April 7, myRepublica, a national English-language daily published by Nepal Republic Media in Kathmandu. He added that the government is trying to avoid new problems at the earliest by stopping the import of luxury items and remaining vigilant. “Import of luxury items has been halted to prevent…

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First issue of Captain America comic sells for $3.1 million

by: Robert Puente, Samantha Cortese, Bobby Gonzalez, Michael Bartiromo, Nexstar Multimedia Cable Post : April 9, 2022 / 4:05 p.m. EDT Update: April 9, 2022 / 4:05 p.m. EDT (KTLA) – A near-perfect issue of the first Captain America comic book sold for $3.1 million at auction on Thursday. “Captain America Comics” debuted on newsstands in December 1940, in the midst of World War II. The issue’s cover, familiar to hardcore comic book fans, featured a famous image of Captain America punching Adolf Hitler in the face. “What better way…

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Mennonite Central Committee relief sale in its 54th year

The 54th Annual Mennonite Central Committee Relief Sale had a special purpose this year. The event raises money for ongoing relief efforts to help Ukrainians. The Hutchinson Relief Sale is one of many across North America with donations used by global relief organization MCC to provide water, food and healthcare to people in need. in more than 55 countries. Last year’s MCC sale was held in July instead of the usual April and the sweet German Mennonite dessert, which looks and tastes more like a donut, could not be made…

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