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Mark Zuckerberg’s baseball card up for auction

NEW YORK – September 20, 2022 – ( Newswire.com ) At a time when the market for sports collectibles is hotter than ever, and after the record sale of a Mickey Mantle card for an unprecedented $12.6 million, a new contender is walking the bat – Mark Zuckerberg ! ComicConnect is auctioning a unique, autographed Little League baseball card of Zuckerberg, which was made by the CEO of Facebook and Meta when he was a kid. Along with this unique item, ComicConnect will auction an NFT of the card, including…

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Ethereum co-founder Vitalik Buterin shares his vision for Layer 3 protocols

While Ethereum-based Layer 2 solutions have focused on hyperscaling the network, Ethereum co-founder Vitalik Buterin believes Layer 3 will serve a much different purpose – providing “custom functionality.” Buterin shared his thoughts in a Saturday post, providing three “visions” for what Layer 3s will be used for in the future. The Ethereum co-founder said a third layer on the blockchain only makes sense if it provides a different function from Layers 2, which were primarily used to improve scaling via Rollup technology zero-knowledge (zk): “A three-layer scaling architecture that involves…

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Vista Man sentenced to nearly five years in prison for fraudulently obtaining more than $300,000 in benefits related to the coronavirus pandemic | USAO-SDCA

SAN DIEGO—Darris Cotton of Vista was sentenced today in federal court to 57 months in jail for submitting false claims for unemployment benefits to the California Department of Employment Development (EDD). As of July and August 2020, Cotton submitted at least sixteen fraudulent unemployment claims using other people’s names, dates of birth, and social security numbers. The United States Department of Labor funds unemployment benefits, but the administration of benefits is overseen by the EDD. To be eligible for benefits, a person must submit an application with their name, date…

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Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s gold court collar and other items fetch nearly $517,000 at auction

A gold judicial necklace made of glass beads that belonged to the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has been auctioned for $176,775. The piece was part of a collection of approximately 75 Ginsburg items that were sold to benefit charity. In total, bidders paid nearly $517,000 for items in the online auction which ended on Friday. Sunday marks the second anniversary of the liberal icon’s death at 87. The judicial collar was the item with the highest purchase price, and its sale marks the first time that one of the…

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How to survive a recession (without burning savings and selling investments)

| Getty Images Key points to remember We are not officially in a recession yet, but we are likely heading into a recession, many economists are predicting a 2023 recession. With a little preparation, you can be financially prepared if the economy officially enters a recession. Build your emergency fund, work on your resume, and start diversifying your income. Many industries are recession proof and new opportunities will open up as a result of the economic downturn despite the short term difficulties. Many experts fear that an official recession is…

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Margaret Bourke-White becomes the hero of Camera Comics, at auction

| US Camera Publishing Corp. was founded by a photographer and publicist Thomas J. Maloney. in 1935. The company first published American camera annuals followed by related hardcover books. A regular American camera magazine followed in 1938, becoming an important showcase for photography and its professional uses, and for photojournalism as a news medium. In 1944, US Camera Publishing Corp launched Comic camerawith covers and artwork like HC Kiefer, Louis Schröder, and Roland Patenaude among others. Beginning in Comic Camera #3the series featured the fictional adventures of a character based…

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Kannapolis African American Museum Induction Ceremony Set for October 8 | Local News

STAFF REPORTS The Kannapolis African American Museum and Cultural Center will celebrate its ninth anniversary and Hall of Fame induction ceremony on Saturday, October 8, with the theme: “Celebrating the Birth of an Ongoing Harvest.” It will be an unforgettable night! KAA-MaCC and Friends will be celebrating an anniversary that commemorates its founding and provides an opportunity to recognize the distinguished contributions of natives of Cabarrus and Rowan counties, their supporters and partners. The Hall of Fame induction ceremony is essential to the collection and preservation of history. The Hall…

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FL Music Boosters Dueling Piano’s with Charlie-O | Calendar

Forest Lake Music Boosters and The Lone Oak Grill in Forest Lake proudly host Charlie-O’s Dueling Piano’s on Saturday September 24th. Proceeds benefit scholarships for students in the class of 2023 who actively participate in Forest Lake High School’s music program for any post-secondary education. Tickets are available online at www.flmusicboosters.org only and are limited to 120 people. Taco Bar and Soda included. Cash bar available. 21+ only. Charlie’s song list(s) range from Billy Joel, Elton John, Ed Sheeran, Avett Bros and Bob Seger on his piano, to guitar tunes…

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Julien’s to Auction Don McLean Property – Spotlight News – The home of The Spot 518

NEW YORK – Julien’s Auctions recently announced details of its upcoming “Property From The Life and Career of Don McLean” auction, a 50th anniversary celebration of its timeless classic, “American Pie.” The auction will include more than 300 items from McLean’s personal collection, held at his homes in Garrison, New York, Camden, Maine and Palm Desert, Calif., which will run from Friday, November 11 through Sunday, November 13 at the Hard Rock Cafe. . New York and online at juliensauctions.com. Headlining the event and appearing on the auction stage for…

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Mark your calendars for “Soup, Salad and Shopping” fun in Cañon City – Canon City Daily Record

The Beta Zeta chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha in Cañon City once again presents its annual “Soup, Salad and Shopping” auction. The event will take place on October 1 at the United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall, 901 Main St. Doors will open at 11 a.m. with a $10 fee. As people gather and chat, an incredible variety of baked goods and goodies made by the Beta Zeta ladies will be available for purchase. The delicious soup and salad lunch will be served at 11:45 a.m. Nancy Trebella, Catering Manager for…

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Desert Diamond Interim Casino will sell content at public auction

GLENDALE, AZ – In December 2015, Desert Diamond Casino West Valley opened its 49,000 square foot temporary casino in Glendale, AZ, just east of Loop 101 and W Northern Ave. The temporary gaming space housed over 1,000 slot machines. , a full bar and food court. It operated as an interim casino until the current 75,000 square foot entertainment and gaming site was built. Now, as Desert Diamond Casino West Valley continues to grow, it plans to use the casino’s former interim space for warehousing and storage to support its…

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What are the most luxurious dairy products on sale in the UK? | Analysis and features

But that still leaves the UK’s new monarch six days to eat as much milk, cheese and yoghurt as he wants. So what sort of dairy would suit the new king? As for mults, luxury lines include Waitrose No.1 Reblochon De Savoie AOP (£10.60 / 450g), or the Haute Fromagerie Cheese Selection Pack at Sainsbury’s (£9.15 / 400g) or for that matter, Lurpak Spreadable in the likes of, among others, Morrisons (£7.49/750g) [Assosia 12 September 2022]. While these sorts of prices bring tears to the eyes of time-pressed shoppers (see…

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Part of Cougar Island on Lake Payette sold by the State of Idaho

Part of Cougar Island was sold at auction, but the remaining parcels remained unsold. EAGLE, Idaho – There is a new partial owner of Cougar Island located on Lake Payette near McCall. The island is visible in a popular spot on the lake, with a family renting part of the property. The island is state-owned, but Idaho is looking to sell the land to maximize the financial return. On Wednesday afternoon, an auction was held in Eagle for lots from Cougar Island. People have signed up to bid on these…

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What’s Happening: September 16-18 | What is happening

Do you have an event you would like to promote? Scroll down to ktbs.com/whatsappening to enter the information. Rodney Steele PHOTOGRAPHIC EXHIBITION “IN WONDER OF LIFE AND NATURE” The public is invited to view the photographic work “In Awe of Life and Nature” by Arkansas native Rodney Steel from September 8-30. There will be an artists’ reception with light refreshments on Thursday, September 8 from 5-7 p.m. Proceeds from the sale of Steel’s work were dedicated to alleviating child hunger and funding public art. 3015 Greenwood Road Shreveport, LA 71109…

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Bellmans auction house opens at Cromwell Place in Kensington

Cromwell Place in South Kensington. Photo credit: Cromwell Place. Laura Chester Sep 14, 2022 Bellmans Bellmans auction house has opened a new London office in Cromwell Place. The Kensington Arts Centre, which provides space for art exhibitions, events, studios and galleries, was launched in 2020. Bellmans, founded in 1989, previously had a London office in Upper Grosvenor Street, Mayfair. The new London office is headed by Harrison Goldman who joined earlier this year. Specialized weekly valuation days will…

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Lenders win 6 Atlanta office towers and a shopping center at auction

A commercial real estate finance firm representing investors who control a $115.3 million CMBS loan on six office towers and a shopping center part of Atlanta’s Peachtree Center won the portfolio at an auction with a credit offer of 127.5 million dollars. Situs AMC secured the property at the auction, which was held on the steps of the Fulton County Courthouse last week. The only bid outside the auction was a $1.5 million cash bid from a local investor, according to a report in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution (AJC). Miami-based Banyan…

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Reminder: The Edmonds Food Bank will host the Empty Bol event on September 22

The Edmonds Food Bank Empty Bowl fundraising dinner is scheduled for Thursday, September 22 at the Edmonds Yacht Club. This year’s theme is Planting the seed of a bountiful harvest, and you’re invited to come dressed for a garden party — and support your neighbors who are facing food insecurity. Shooby Do Catering and Chef Dane Catering will provide soup and Cottage Bakery will provide fresh bread. At the end of the evening there will be a dessert auction with desserts from Cakes by Frosted, Finales Gourmet Desserts, Chanterelle, Moon…

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Elon Musk’s ex-girlfriend is auctioning college photos and signed items

Elon Musk’s college sweetheart is auctioning off the billionaire’s college memorabilia – some that had bids of over $10,000 on Monday. The tech entrepreneur’s former girlfriend, Jennifer Gwynne, is selling Musk photos and memorabilia from their relationship using Boston-based RR Auction. Gwynne dated the CEO of Tesla and SpaceX in 1994 when they were in their early 20s and studying at the University of Pennsylvania, according to a press release the auction company shared with USA TODAY. During that time, the former couple lived and worked as resident counselors in…

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The Lipstick Index Returns and Smells Better Than Ever

The Lipstick Index is back. The term was coined during the 2001 recession by Leonard Lauder, then president of Estee Lauder Cos. He noted that lipstick sales increased in the fall of that year, indicating that women facing an uncertain economic environment are turning to beauty products as an affordable treat. Then the financial crisis of 2008-2009 gave birth to the Foundation Index, with women prioritizing flawless skin over a perfect pout. This time around get ready for the Scent Hint, or maybe the Bouncy Blowout Effect. Fragrance or hair…

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GoGoDiscover T.rex and mammoths at auction

Published: 06:30 September 11, 2022 It’s time to take home your very own piece of the GoGoDiscover trail at a charity auction! After 10 weeks of entertaining more than half a million people across the county, a total of 60 sculptures will go under the hammer. Taking place on Wednesday September 28, the auction will be held at Norwich Cathedral for the first time. Auctioneers Charles Hanson and Natasha Rashkin-Sharpe, of TV’s Bargain Hunt, Flog It! and antiques tour – Credit: Break Acclaimed auctioneers Charles Hanson and Natasha Rashkin-Sharpe, from…

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Westmount company halts auction of Nazi medals ‘to avoid controversy’

Breadcrumb Links New Local News B’nai Brith denounced “efforts to market Nazi memorabilia and the unethical practice of profiting from genocidal paraphernalia”. Author of the article: Paul Cherry • Montreal Gazette One of the German WW2 medals that was originally offered through an online auction where the items can be viewed in Westmount before people bid on them. Photo by liveauctioneers.com Content of the article A Westmount company decided to cancel an auction after being informed that B’nai Brith, the Canadian Jewish human rights organization, was about to ask it…

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How Queen Elizabeth became the champion of British luxury brands – Robb Report

The late Queen Elizabeth II could be accurately described as an ostentatious consumer of British luxury. Not that she did anything as vulgar as flaunting her wealth and status, far from it. Plus she was perfectly and professionally aware of her appearance, choosing to wear bright colors to be easy to spot in a crowd, for example. She was also always aware that her choices would be noticed – and that by wearing clothes from local brands she was championing British luxury as surely as she would later when she…

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GoDaddy Sued for Auctioning Eth.Link ENS Domain

Internet domain service provider GoDaddy has been named in the lawsuit over a recently auctioned ENS domain name. The eth.link domain name belonged to incumbent Virgil Griffith who got into trouble with the United States after he was caught helping North Korea evade sanctions. Thus, since Griffith was behind bars, he was unable to renew his ownership of the domain name but had the domain name renewed by a third party in his place. However, the problems started when the eth.link domain name was renewed this year. Apparently, the domain…

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Comedy show for the benefit of the AHWF

Would northern Idaho be the same place we cherish without its diverse population of things that swim, run, fly, and jump? Obviously, the answer is no. We love our friends the local furry, feathered, finned or otherwise equipped animals. We also like to laugh. The past few years have been tough at times when it comes to enjoying a good old healthy belly laugh. Things are looking up, but I think for the most part, we’ve all learned a lot about the importance of maintaining balance, expressing gratitude, and supporting…

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Fredericksburg’s Most Affordable Starter Homes | Local News

***AUCTIONS*** The list price is the STARTING AUCTION only. Price to be determined during the live auction on Thursday, September 8, 2022 at 2:00 p.m. EDT. Commission is conditional and will ONLY be paid if the Realtor Representation Form is received by the Auction Company no later than 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, September 7, 2022. NO EXCEPTIONS! Please contact the Auction Coordinator for more information and details. SELL TO THE HIGHEST BID!! This house will make a wonderful main or investment property, and can be occupied immediately and modernized at…

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Magna Hoedown online auction benefits 30 community charities

The online auction has over 100 items available to bid on until September 10 The annual Magna Hoedown Silent Auction is now underway in support of the event’s 30 beneficiaries, including several organizations in Newmarket. The online auction, which runs until September 10, features more than 100 items for participants to bid on. As Magna said in a press release, “There’s something for everyone!” It’s all done online, so once you’ve browsed the available items, you fill in your contact details and credit card details to set your bid. “You’ll…

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BASH returns to help PEF support education

Petalumans will celebrate Saturday to support the success of future generations at the Petaluma Educational Foundation’s Ruby Red BASH at the Gambonini Ranch barn. The event will mark the return of the foundation’s annual event to an in-person celebration after two years of pandemic-restricted virtual parties. “We are thrilled to be back in person with our annual BASH fundraiser at the new event venue,” said foundation executive director Maureen Highland. “We’ve had incredible support on our virtual streams over the past two years, but we can’t wait to see all…

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Mattapoisett Boatyard plans to rebuild after devastating fire

MATTAPOISETT – When your 60-plus-year-old family business, comprising six buildings, 20 boats, some 40 cars and all the tools of the property, is destroyed in perhaps the biggest fire in the city’s history, you think it’s going to take a lot of planning to rebuild. But said Mattapoisett Shipyard owner David Kaiser, the close-knit brotherhood of MBY staffers is grateful there’s one thing they don’t have to plan: a funeral. “The fact that we’re not planning a funeral, the fact that nobody died – and we could be talking about…

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: A citizen’s view of the city

TO CRAWFORD COUNTY NOW! My name is Carolyn Shireman and I just want to comment on how Bucyrus is run by the Mayor and City Council/ As some citizens of Bucyrus stand right now, we have a legal director with a drinking problem who was contracted by Mayor Reser, despite knowing the problem existed. After the last DUI, the legal director was reinstated. To be fair, I believe Mr. Gernert should give up his seat until he seriously seeks professional help. To be clear, I support Brian’s sobriety. I object…

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Gearbox’s Randy Pitchford wants you to buy his used shirts

Photo: Gearbox You know how Randy Pitchford, amateur magician and former CEO of Gearbox, wears awful shirts? Well the Borderlands The boss had the idea of ​​auctioning off his old used clothes to help a charity. Which charity? No idea. Because that’s the time we deserve. The auction (and even the URL is cursed) lists unwanted old Pitchford clothes each at a suggested value of $400. 47 of them. Each more hideous and more already worn by Randy-Pitchford than the last. Now, there’s a version of this story where Pitchford…

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Luxury cars, bags, jewelry, homes and planes among $600 million items seized by federal police

Moneybags, a diamond-encrusted Rolex and 18-karat Cartier bracelets: See the incredible transport of luxury goods seized by cops as they lock up items worth more than $600 million AFP seized more than $600 million worth of items from criminals in three years Items seized include luxury cars, high-end jewelry, homes, boats and planes Police said some assets were linked to crimes like drug and gun trafficking By Eliza Mcphee for Daily Mail Australia Published: 2:16 a.m. EDT, September 5, 2022 | Updated: 3:33 a.m. EDT, September 5, 2022 Luxury cars,…

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🎙 Thunder over the plains rumbles across Hays this month

File photo By JAMES BELLPost Hays On September 17, local car enthusiasts will once again gather in Hays for the Thunder on the Plains Car, Truck and Cycle Show. But the show will offer much more than just vehicles on display. In its seventh year, the event will host various family events, starting the day before the show. “We actually start Friday night,” organizer Jackie Lang said. “We have a cruise night, where we meet at 27 and Vine in the parking lot near the Convention and Visitors Bureau.” After…

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Nearly 800 pedal cars up for sale in a single auction this month

They may have been toys once, but classic pedal cars can now be considered collectibles, and Mecum Auctions will try to unload hundreds of them at an auction later this month. The lot comes from Elmer’s Auto & Toy Museum and includes some that are 100 years old, some that are in relatively original condition, and some that have been heavily restored or modified. Besides pedal cars, Mecum will also sell 120 classic cars in this auction, including a 1964 Amphicar 770. Pedal car enthusiasts may want to start measuring…

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Boris the Bear Takes on the 1980s Comics Industry, Up for Auction

| Publisher and Founder of Dark Horse Comics Michael Richardson explained the thought behind Boris the bear, in an editorial of the first issue. “Just a few years ago, a comic called Teenage Radioactive, Blackbelt, Mutant, Ninja Critters would have raised an eyebrow or two. More than a few laughs would probably have followed. Today, the same title would more than likely elicit a groan sickly. After the original radioactive animal parody group appeared, the concept was copied, re-copied, used and re-used. Every month it appeared that the well was…

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Luxury brands don’t stop and launch NFT

Luxury brands like Gucci, Tiffany, Bulgari and Jacob & Co. do not stop in the face of the long downtrend of the cryptocurrency market, launch luxury-related NFTs as well as crypto projects. Luxury brands and the launch of luxury-related NFTs This summer only, some luxury brands have launched their own luxury-related NFTs. In the jewelry sector, for example, Bulgari and Tiffany did not stop until the long crypto winter and launched their luxury NFTs. Tiffany entered the world of non-fungible tokens in launch his Collection of 250 NFTiffsdigital passes, redeemable…

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Local News | News, Sports, Jobs

Beat the Ross Library book sale rush with Preview Night LOCK HAVEN – It’s always wild on the first day of the Annie Halenbake Ross Library’s Annual Book Sale! Everyone is jostling for the best books and the lines are long. What if you could skip the busy first day of book sales and get access to the best materials first, before the rush? The library has introduced a new preview night. On Tuesday, September 13, from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., you can shop to your heart’s…

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Helping a Woman pays tribute to Amanda Lathrop

AHWAHNEE — A woman with $10 can buy another woman’s lunch. Ten women with $10 can buy another woman’s groceries. One hundred women with $10 can make a real difference in another woman’s life. This month Help a woman (HOW) recipient is Amanda Lathrop and her HOW dinner will be on Wednesday, September 21 at 6 p.m. at The hitching post, located at 42592 Hwy 49, Ahwahnee. See map below. Amanda is lovingly sponsored by Stefanie Romero. Please RSVP before Sunday, September 18. Amanda Lathrop is truly one of a…

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French art dealer Didier Wormser on trial for smuggling looted Egyptian antiquities

In an ongoing case, a Paris prosecutor has requested a three-year suspended prison sentence and a 100,000 euro fine against Didier Wormser, a French art dealer accused of trafficking in looted Egyptian antiquities. The prosecutor, François Antona, also requested that the objects seized during the investigation, opened in 2014, be repatriated to Egypt. The trial of Wormser, 66, owner of the L’Etoile d’Ishtar gallery, took place at the Paris Criminal Court on August 30 and 31. Wormser is also accused of using false documents to create “false provenances” for the…

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Luxury goods scam: Duo accused of helping couple flee claim they intend to plead guilty

SINGAPORE — Two Malaysian men, accused of helping a couple suspected of being involved in a $32 million luxury goods scam to flee the country, claimed in a district court on Friday that they intended to plead guilty. The court heard that one of the men, Mohamed Alias, 40, could face another charge in the future – that of harboring an offender. Details of this potential charge were not disclosed to the court. No additional charges will be brought against the second man, Mohamad Fazli Abdul Rahman, 38. They had…

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Last chance to see Elmer’s toy and car collection this weekend!

If you ever wanted to check Elmer’s Car and Toy Museum in Fountain City, Wisconsin, do it before Monday at 5 p.m., or you’ll miss it forever. That’s right, they are closing up shop and after 29 years of being open, Monday is their last day. Mecum Auctions screenshot – click for link.Mecum Auctions screenshot – click for link. Fountain City, Wisconsin you say? Yeah. Go to Winona, Minnesota, cross the river, turn left and travel approximately 7 miles along the Mississippi. You’ll get to Elmer’s… you’ll know when you…

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Art goes to the dogs

Carmichael, CA (MPG) | Story and photo by Susan Maxwell Skinner Share this photo with your friends! The nonprofit’s BEST Service Dogs founder Jan Lopez — and intern Tucker — admire an oil painting by the late Earl Boley. The canvas will be among the artworks auctioned at a fundraiser on September 25. CARMICHAEL, CA (MPG) — It takes more than a year to prepare a dog to partner with a veteran with post-traumatic stress disorder or work with an autistic child. Carmichael breeder and trainer Jan Lopez – who…

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Finland says EU restriction on Russian visas a step ‘in the right direction’

Finland’s Foreign Minister Pekka Haavisto speaks to journalists during the NATO summit in Madrid, Spain June 29, 2022. REUTERS/Nacho Doce/File Photo Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register HELSINKI, Aug 31 (Reuters) – The European Union’s decision to restrict travel visas for Russians due to Moscow’s war in Ukraine is a step “in the right direction” if implemented by the Member States, Finnish Foreign Minister Pekka Haavisto said on Wednesday. EU foreign ministers have agreed to completely suspend a visa facilitation deal with Russia, making it harder and…

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Welcome to THE COMMONS — News and Views from Windham County, Vermont

BRATTLEBORO – “Art is for everyone.” This is the credo of the In-Sight photography project, which invites the public to participate in its annual benefit auction and to celebrate In-Sight’s 30th anniversary. On Friday, September 2, from 5 to 8 p.m., during Gallery Walk, the annual In-Sight Photography Exhibition and Benefit Auction will open with a reception and gallery tour. In-Sight welcomes everyone to its home at 183 Main Street to view a curated selection of auction and student artwork. Founded in 1992, In-Sight Photography Project has always offered courses…

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Sale of Warren Buffett’s portrait can’t match $19 million lunch offer

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) – The auction of a high-tech portrait of Warren Buffett hasn’t matched the $19 million someone paid earlier this year for a private lunch with the billionaire, but it has it all. likewise raised $75,100 for one of his favorite charities. The eBay auction ended Tuesday night on Buffett’s 92nd birthday. The portrait created by Motiva Art features a grid of letters across the image that light up to spell out 11 of the Berkshire Hathaway CEO’s best-known quotes, including: “It’s only when the tide goes out…

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Consumers are refocusing on “essentiality and real value” – Shiseido

Kentaro Fujiwara reflects on the last decade in China: “Over the past 10 years, consumption has been boosted by the rapid and accelerated digitalization of people’s lives, which has supported GDP growth.​ “It was based on stable employment and rising incomes, and consumers, especially young people, became confident about China’s future and boosted consumption.”​ Against this background, Chinese consumers have relied on price to determine product quality, which has promoted the preference for high-end cosmetics from overseas brands, he said. “Consumer preference for imported products has led to rapid expansion…

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Oklahoman Mickey Mantle baseball card sells for record price

NEW YORK (AP) — A mint condition Mickey Mantle baseball card sold for $12.6 million on Sunday, exploding into the record books as the highest paid sports memorabilia in a market that has grown exponentially. more profitable in recent years. The rare Mantle card eclipsed the record posted a few months ago – $9.3 million for the jersey worn by Diego Maradona when he scored the controversial ‘Hand of God’ goal in the 1986 FIFA World Cup. He easily topped $7.25 million for a Honus Wagner century-old baseball card recently…

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Memoirs of August 30, 2022 | Local announcements

We want to hear from you. To submit information for inclusion in Briefs, email [email protected]; or by mail to Briefs: The Daily Mail, Unit 1, 364 Warren St., Hudson, NY 12534. For more information, call 315-661-2490. COXSACKIE – Nite Train with Thomasina Winslow and Sonny Speed ​​will perform from 6-8 p.m. on September 4 at Music in Coxsackie Riverside Park. Free entry. TANNERSVILLE — The Mountain Top Arboretum, 4 Maude Adams Road, Tannersville, presents Cold Hardy Fruits and Nuts with Allyson Levy and Scott Serrano from 5-6:30 p.m. on September…

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NY Attorney General steps up probe into Sotheby’s, accusing auction house of helping more customers evade taxes

Sotheby’s continues to discuss with the New York Attorney General’s office the documents and other evidence it needs to produce for an ongoing lawsuit in the New York State Supreme Court regarding the company’s alleged tax evasion. Attorney General Letitia James’s office, which filed the lawsuit in late 2020 after a four-year investigation, is asking Sotheby’s for more documentation about high-profile clients and specifically the use of “resale” certificates, which help professional art dealers to avoid paying New York Sales Tax on artwork they acquire through commercial transactions. Sotheby’s, which…

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Richemont-YNAP deal brings Farfetch closer to global luxury platform

Side profile of a beautiful young Asian woman surfing the net on smartphone, standing against a … [+] illuminated digital screen on the street at night in the city. Stay connected anytime, anywhere. Getty The past week has been a whirlwind for Farfetch FTCH and investors. First, Farfecth announced an agreement to acquire 47.5% of online fashion group YOOX Net-A-Porter (YNAP) from Richemont as well as revamping most of the Richemont Maisons including Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels and Piaget, under Farfetch Platform Solution (FPS). Then a day later he…

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Mickey Mantle and Honus Wagner cards, Wayne Gretzky jerseys, Michael Jordan shoes and other record collectibles

The sports memorabilia market is booming. Shirts, trading cards, shoes, even miscellaneous items sold for six-figure sums. Another memorabilia record was broken on Saturday. A 1952 Mickey Mantle card in mint condition was sold by Heritage Auctions for $12.6 million. Anthony Giordano, a waste management entrepreneur from New Jersey, originally purchased the card for $50,000 in 1991. The sale exceeded the $7.25 million total that a T206 Honus Wagner card, a collector’s item of the Holy Grail, sold out earlier this month. The record for best-selling sports card has changed…

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Bruce’s Bullseye Arrives in Leon – Butler County Times-Gazette

By Nicole Babb Butler County Gazette Laurie Bruce and her husband Joel founded Bruce’s Bullseye Farms in 2017 out of their kitchen. Laurie tried her luck with her homemade produce at the farmer’s market where she sold and started ever since. Making Leon their first retail store, the Bruces are eager to do business in the rural community, and more. “We are a first generation farm, between Augusta and Leon. I started with value-added products, like sand plum jelly and pumpkin bread 5 years ago. I had outgrown my house,…

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MoICS upholds import ban on 10 items – myRepublica

KATHMANDU, August 27: The Ministry of Industry, Trade and Supply (MoICS) will continue to ban the import of luxury goods. A high-level meeting held at MoICS on Friday to consider the ban on various luxury items decided to keep the import ban for a while. According to a ministry official, a notice will be published in the Nepal Gazette on the duration of the import ban. On April 26, the ministry had banned the import of various types of luxury goods to prevent the decline of the country’s foreign exchange…

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Christie’s to Auction Paul Allen Artwork Worth Over $1 Billion – NBC New York

Some 150 works of art from the collection of Microsoft co-founder Paul G. Allen will be auctioned at Christie’s in New York this fall and are expected to fetch more than $1 billion in total, Christie’s and Allen’s estate. The works to be auctioned cover 500 years of art history, from Old Masters to modern art giants, Christie’s said, adding that all proceeds will go to philanthropy. Allen, who co-founded Microsoft with childhood friend Bill Gates, died of complications from non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma in 2018. In his lifetime, he gave more…

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Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen’s $1 billion art collection up for auction at Christie’s

The astonishing art collection of late Microsoft founder Paul Allen will soon be auctioned and is expected to fetch more than $1 billion – the most expensive art auction in history. In a statement released on Thursday evening, Christie’s confirmed that it had secured the sale rights to more than 150 “masterpieces” spanning 500 years of art history, including works by Paul Cézanne, Roy Lichtenstein and Georgia O. ‘Keeffe. Titled “Visionary: The Paul G. Allen Collection,” the November sale is expected to fetch more than $1 billion. Christie’s confirmed that…

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South Korean retail giant Shinsegae set to take over Seoul Auction

South Korean retail conglomerate Shinsegae is set to acquire a majority stake in Seoul Auction, according to a report by Dong-A Ilbo Last week. The Korean-language daily claims to have obtained inside information that Shinsegae is set to finalize a deal to spend 40,000 won per share, totaling around 230 billion won ($173 million) to acquire 36.1% of the largest auction house in the country. The group first secured 856,767 shares or 4.8% for 28 billion won ($21 million) in December 2021. Shinsegae did not respond to requests for comment,…

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$32m luxury goods scam: No-lease order remains for couple as investigations continue

SINGAPORE — Investigations are ongoing into the couple’s alleged involvement in a luxury goods scam said to be linked to undelivered items worth $32 million. The case involving Singaporean Pi Jiapeng and his Thai wife Pansuk Siriwipa, both 27, was adjourned for a pre-trial on October 11. A pre-trial is when the prosecution and defense attorneys meet behind closed doors to discuss the handling of a case. The couple appeared in court via video link from the Central Police Division on Friday August 26. The court heard the no-bail order…

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Ag Inform – Machine Auction Prices Rise Again – Mix 94.7 KMCH

Since the fall of 2020, record after record has been set, and these high prices continue to soar through mid-2022. The sheer volume of record auction prices for used equipment in good condition has been nothing short of amazing. LET’S TALK TRACTORS An interesting segment is that of medium to high horsepower tractors. An example is John Deere Model 8235R. Check out these eye-opening facts about the 8235R: The five highest auction prices were all set within the last 16 months. The average auction price, $147,441, is up 54% from…

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Lil’ Piggy’s BBQ and Coronado Coffee offer new menu items at Ferry Landing

Lil Piggy’s Bar-BQ Luis Madrid took over Coronado Coffee Company and Lil’ Piggy’s Bar-BQ as Managing Partner of Blue Bridge Hospitality in March 2020. Luis describes the day: “It was Monday March 16th. It was ironic. It was scary – we were the only ones open to Ferry Landing. The morning was cold and rainy. From there, they just had to go up! Luis remembers: “April and May were better. Then in June the locals left and I thank them for their support. Then some of the East Village and…

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Participatory detective work narrows window of Winston Churchill portrait’s disappearance

Thanks to an audience of detectives, the Chateau Laurier has announced that a famous portrait of Winston Churchill appears to have been removed from the walls of the hotel last winter, for a week and a half over the holidays. After news broke of the theft on Monday, people began sending the hotel photos they had taken of the signed print by famed Canadian photographer Yousuf Karsh, according to Geneviève Dumas, general manager of the Fairmont hotel at the downtown Ottawa. “It was something very dear to the hearts of…

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Live Updates: Superyacht seized by Russian oligarch up for auction to repay JPMorgan loan

Axioma, which was seized in Gibraltar in March, was sold to repay JPMorgan on a €20.5m loan linked to the ship © Reuters The first superyacht to be sold after being seized from a sanctioned Russian oligarch after Russia invaded Ukraine has attracted 63 bids at an auction in Gibraltar, auctioneers have said. Axioma, a 236ft luxury vessel owned by Russian billionaire Dmitry Pumpyansky, has been sold by order of the Admiralty Court of Gibraltar to repay JPMorgan of a €20.5million loan linked to the vessel. The yacht, estimated to…

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Local HCE Plans Silent Auction for Payne County Fair | New

The Payne County Home and Community Education Group is planning a silent auction at the Mary Silvers Exhibit Building during the annual Payne County Free Fair. According to Treasurer LeeAnn Barton, there will be at least 25 items in the auction, including gift baskets, a refurbished vintage 1920s entryway table, OSU quilts, plants, baked goods and a basket of pickleball. The objects will be exhibited from Wednesday. Auctions start at 6 p.m. on Thursday and end at noon on Saturday, August 27. Winning bidders will be able to pick up…

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“They are thieves of time”: paleontologists denounce the booming market for dinosaur skeletons

“Greedy” is a way of describing the dinosaur bone market in recent years, as art collectors, celebrities and others have joined in the increasingly expensive hunt for prehistoric artifacts. But not everyone believes that these objects should be sold. Next Sotheby’s sale of 77 million year old Gorgosaurus skeleton for $6.1 million last month, some pundits have begun to decry the trend, saying it is doing science a huge disservice. “Dinosaurs become a commodity traded on the world market, a luxury item accessible only to the wealthiest people, little different…

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Signify Health Stock soars. Amazon and UnitedHealth are bidding for the company.

Text size UnitedHealth Group is making an offer to acquire Signify Health, The Wall Street Journal reported. Photographer: Michael Nagle/Bloomberg The advice of Signify health is expected to meet on Monday to discuss the healthcare company’s takeover bids. He still has a few offers to choose from. Amazon.co.uk now seems to be among the bidders. It has already been pointed out that SVC Health (ticker: CVS) was a suitor for Signify Health (SGFY). The Wall Street Journal reported Sunday evening that Amazon.co.uk (AMZN), UnitedHealth Group (UNH), and Health Care Option…

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Is this Vermont ski area at auction worth reopening?

Have you ever wanted to own a lost ski area? Another New England ski area that closed in the 1980s is back on the market. Beginning September 8 at 4 p.m. EST, bidding will begin on snow valley, a lost ski area in Vermont. The mountain has a buy-it-now price of $3.65 million. Its reserve price is $2.05 million, which is the minimum bid you can make on the property at the start of the auction. A deposit of $100,000 is required to make an offer, and there is a…

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Here’s why many electric vehicles are so expensive

(The hill) – Battery costs are keeping the price of electric vehicles higher than their gas-powered counterparts, analysts say. Electric vehicle batteries are usually made from minerals like lithium, cobalt, and nickel which need to be made from minerals that are in high demand. High costs keep these vehicles out of reach for many Americans, hampering adoption of an important tool in the fight against climate change. “Batteries are still expensive. They are more expensive than gasoline engines right now,” said Michelle Krebs, executive analyst at Cox Automotive. Although the…

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Huge World of Warcraft Auction House bug fix will take “2-3 days”

A groundbreaking bug in the World of Warcraft Auction House is preventing players from buying or selling items in the MMORPG Blizzard. The game breaking issue has caused problems for many players who reported losing hundreds of thousands of in-game gold when the auction house automatically bought multiples of items, or vice versa , they cannot purchase items despite the auction house reporting that there are thousands available for sale. World of Warcraft community manager Kaivax responded to several forum posts asking for help, acknowledging the issue. “We are aware…

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Annual St. Margaret Mary Parish Festival returns with great fanfare after pandemic absence

The Festival of Friendship has been held at St. Margaret Mary Parish in Lower Burrell for decades, but the pandemic has moved the tradition online in the past two years. On Friday and Saturday, the two-day festival returned in person with live music, food trucks, games, bingo, a basket auction and kiddie rides. Organizers say it drew the biggest crowds they’ve seen in some time, made up of parishioners and members of the Lower Burrell community. Reverend Ken Zaccagnini said people have really reacted to the festival’s return as an…

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BLACKPINK Receives Congratulatory Gifts From Luxury Brands: Photos

BLACKPINK receives congratulatory gifts from luxury brands BLACKPINK reaches new milestone of success with new single pink venom on Youtube. The girl group has received over 10 million views on their new track. Once Time The magazine announced that BLACKPINK was the “biggest girl group in the world”. As soon as the news broke, their fans and brands became very excited and showered the group with awesome congratulatory gifts. DISCOVER THEIR LUXURY GIFTS: 1.Dior Following the success of Pink Venom’s release, Dior sent BLACKPINK’s Jisoo a beautiful bouquet of flowers…

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Shopping carts, bakery equipment among closed Blue Goose market items up for auction – Shaw Local

The contents of the now-closed Blue Goose Market in St. Charles are being auctioned off while the future of the property remains uncertain. Bakery and delicatessen equipment, frozen food doors as well as shopping carts and baskets are among the more than 1,100 individual items that are part of the auction. Blue Goose closed in March after more than 90 years in business. “We need to liquidate the equipment to do our best to take care of Blue Goose’s creditors, which is a normal process,” Blue Goose Market President and…

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High Desert Rendezvous offers unique packages in an ongoing online silent auction

BEND, Ore. (KTVZ) — For the first time since 2019, the High Desert Museum’s flagship fundraiser, High Desert Rendezvous, will take place in person at the Museum on Saturday, August 27. Tickets for the gala are sold out but anyone can participate in the silent auction and online raffles. The silent auction opened Friday online and is open to everyone. Auction items range from a getaway to the Headlands Coastal Lodge and Spa in Pacific City to tickets to the Portland Trail Blazers to front row seats at 112e Pendleton…

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Apollo Art Auctions presents a carefully selected selection of connoisseurs of ancient and Islamic art,…

Magnificent Greek Chalcidian pewter bronze helmet circa 500-300 BC. One-piece forged bowl with arched brows, teardrop nose guard, articulated crescent cheeks shaped for an anatomical fit. Nearly 100% of the tinning retained. Provenance: Important London collection of ancient art; previously acquired on the European art market; earlier acquisition in Leipzig, Germany, from E. Muller in the 1960s. Estimate: £10,000-£20,000 ($12,050-$24,100)Apollo Art Auctions LONDON – An extraordinary selection of ancient and oriental art, including treasures from ancient Islam, will be on offer at Apollo Art Auctions on Sunday, August 28, from…

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Is the redesigned 2022 Lexus LX 600 a good luxury SUV? 4 things we like, 4 we don’t | New

Luxury SUV buyers have certain expectations for their premium wagons, which is justifiable given their high prices. An opulent interior is a given, along with plenty of technical features and a suspension capable of delivering a comfortable ride, sporty handling or (ideally) both. Unfortunately, the newly redesigned 2022 Lexus LX 600 lacks everything but price. Related: 2022 Lexus LX 600 Review: A Flagship That Needs Improvement As before, the LX 600 is based on the venerable Toyota Land Cruiser, although the LX’s mainstream sibling is no longer offered in North…

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Raise the Roofs Announces Sold-Out Sale; silent auction still in progress | Local News

Friends of Franklin Parks invited the community to join in “building the dream together,” and they responded — the 11th annual Raise the Roofs fundraiser, to be held at the park at Harlinsdale Farm on Saturday, sold out in record time. Organizers, sponsors, volunteers and table hosts are all focused on raising funds to build Ellie G’s Dream World, Franklin’s first inclusive playground. Presented by Wesley Mortgage, over 60 key community partners are committed to making Raise the Roofs a success. And while the main event is now sold out,…

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Air Jordans, Gucci watch and Versace shoes

Shepard Prize, San Antonio Express-News August 18, 2022 For the first time in more than a year, the San Antonio Police Department is holding a public auction of confiscated property on August 24, with approximately 100 items up for auction. San Antonio Police Department For the first time in over a year, the San Antonio Police Department is holding a public auction of confiscated property on August 24. The police department will auction approximately 100 items. The auction will take place at Veterans of Foreign Wars post 9186 at 650…

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‘Biggest Ponzi scheme in history’: 10 years since Lexington-based ZeekRewards

LEXINGTON, NC (WGHP) — In August 2012, nearly one million people around the world learned that an online rewards program they believed would exponentially increase their wealth was being of an investigation because of what prosecutors would later consider to be an “over $850 million Ponzi scheme”. promising a “fake 125% return on investment based on the profits of a fake internet penny auction company”. Don’t miss the latest breaking news with push alerts on the FOX8 mobile app. Zeekler, along with an advertising division called ZeekRewards, would become what…

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Luxury brands are discovering the blockchain

Many luxury brands have partnered with blockchain technology to track the provenance of products and materials from manufacturing to delivery. The key value of distributed ledger technology is its tamper-proof nature and the speed at which transactions can be processed: its decentralized approach and immutability add trust and integrity to the process. “The same technology is able to guarantee the authenticity of products, which is essential to retain value or to support a buoyant second-hand market, as well as to identify counterfeit models. Many luxury brands have also chosen to…

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Look inside Dr. Seuss La Jolla, San Diego home for sale – NBC 7 San Diego

At the northern summit of Mount Soledad sits a sprawling property where some of the most iconic children’s literature has come to life. Theodor “Dr. Seuss” Geisel lived in the La Jolla home from 1948 until his death in 1991 and it is now up for auction for the first time in over 70 years by its current owners UC San Diego, who was gifted the property when Geisel’s wife Audrey died in 2018. Audrey Geisel remodeled the house after her death, it still has touches inspired by the author.…

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Fourth annual PAC in the pasture a resounding success

NC member Elizabeth Tegtmeier, visits North Platte with host John Kraye, (Kraye Angus Ranch). Brian Tegtmeier and NC President Brenda Masek listen. Photo credit: Terri Licking MULLEN – The Nebraska Cattlemen (NC) held their 4e Annual cap in the pasture on August 9. Nebraska Ranchers State Political Action Committee (PAC) funds support elected officials who support the beef industry. The CAP in the pasture begins on a beautiful August afternoon. Photo credit: Terri Licking According to the Nebraska Cattlemen website, “The Nebraska Cattlemen State PAC helps ensure that the interests…

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Announcements 08-15 | Atlantic | swowanewssource.com

Storage units for rent in Anita, Griswold, Massena and Greenfield, various size units available, monthly terms available, call today 712-254-6996 Office space 1600 feet, 3 offices, Conference space, two bathrooms, $650, 1207 Sunnyside. 712-249-7307 or 712-249-0900 DIRECTV for $79.99/month for 12 months on the CHOICE package. Watch your favorite sports, news and entertainment live, wherever you are. First 3 months of HBO Max, Cinemax, Showtime, Starz and Epix included! Directv is #1 in customer satisfaction (JD Power & Assoc.) Some restrictions apply. Dial 1-844-214-6189 DISH network. $64.99 for 190 channels!…

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Global Personal Luxury Goods Market Report (2022 to 2026) – Featuring Hermes International, Kering, and L’Oreal, among others – ResearchAndMarkets.com

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “Global Personal Luxury Goods Market (by product, sales channel, end-user, and region): insights and forecast with potential impact of COVID-19 (2022-2026)” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offer. The global personal luxury goods market is expected to register a value of US$394.91 billion in 2026, growing at a CAGR of 6.01% over the period 2022-2026. Factors such as customer growth, expanding tourism sector, increasing income levels, rapid urbanization and increasing adoption of high-end cosmetics, especially skin care products , would drive the growth of the market. However, market…

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