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Best Fenty Beauty Products | WFLA

Which Fenty Beauty product is the best? In recent years, makeup has made leagues more inclusive. Rihanna’s Fenty Beauty, launched in 2017, was one of the forerunners of change in the world of makeup. An instant fan favorite, Fenty Beauty has been a popular brand ever since, notable not only for its inclusiveness but also for its high-quality products of all kinds. Gloss Bomb Universal Lip Gloss is a hydrating lip gloss with maximum shine. What to know before buying a Fenty Beauty product Story Fenty Beauty, which encompasses Rihanna’s…

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Local art auction supports Ukrainian children

HOUSTON, Minn. (KTTC) –The International Owl Center in Houston, Minnesota encourages community help to raise money for children in Ukraine. All you gotta do is bid on works of art. The art displayed at the Owl Center is all for a cause. People can bid on owl designs through Sunday. Each artwork has been created by Ukrainian children over the years for the centre’s annual Children’s Owl Art Contest. All the Ukrainian artists were between 5 and 15 years old. There are 60 works of art that people can bid…

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Beware of Fake Sports Memorabilia

MADISON, Wis. (WMTV) – With the prices of sports memorabilia rising, especially for authentic used in-game or autographed items, the Better Business Bureau is reminding fans to be careful when looking for this prized new asset, especially when they search online. The BBB warns that one should be wary of paying attention to “game-used” items as opposed to “game-produced” items. “Game-used” indicates that the item offered for sale has actually been used or worn by said athletes. While “put into play” refers to items that have been given to athletes…

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Huge Opal Sells for Nearly $144,000 at Alaska Auction | Your money

JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) — A gemstone, billed as one of the largest gem-quality opals in existence, sold for $143,750 at an auction in Alaska on Sunday. The opal, nicknamed “Americus Australis”, weighs more than 11,800 carats, according to auction house Alaska Premier Auctions & Appraisals. It also has a long history. More recently, it was kept in a linen closet in a home in Big Lake, north of Anchorage, by Fred von Brandt, who mines gold in Alaska and whose family is deeply rooted in the stone trade. gems and…

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Family and Friends Hold Advantage to Help Dave Brave Heart

MANKATO, Minn. (KEYC) — A pillar of the Native American community, Dave Brave Heart was diagnosed with ALS, otherwise known as Lou Gehrig’s disease, in September 2021. On Saturday, a benefit was held at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Mankato to help raise funds to ensure Dave’s home is handicap accessible once he is bound to a wheelchair. “He lives in a house that’s over a hundred years old, and they’ve been architecturally trying to figure out how to keep him in his house, and it won’t work after he…

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Fundraiser brings in hundreds of people looking to help a local family

COLLEGE STATION, Texas (KBTX) — A fundraiser brought together hundreds of attendees at Peach Creek Ranch on Tuesday night, benefiting a local family. Chris Driskell was diagnosed with inoperable cancer in 2021. His wife, Rachel Driskell, served as the sole provider as the local photographer. Friends asked how they could help since the diagnosis, and they said it was finally time. “When we were first asked, I just didn’t think we necessarily needed something like this, but over time it was kind of the time,” Rachel said. “Not just for…

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Elgin Community Library Celebrates Love Your Library Month

LAWTON, Okla. (KSWO) – What better way to start your library love month…than by starting with National, bring your child to library day. Jeanne Cook, a member of the Friends of the Elgin Library, said that since the group started in 2011, she and the other Friends have always wanted to involve the community, regardless of age. “They need to know what a valuable resource the public library is, no matter what city you live in or what library you use,” Cook said. “Just the realization that it’s here and…

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Classic car auction in Naples to raise money for charity

NAPLES A one-of-a-kind collection of hot rods are on display in Naples ahead of Friday’s 85-car classic and classic car auction. People love old vintage cars for the sound or the look, but there’s another reason to love those auctioned in Naples. They will help raise funds for a good cause. Car collectors look under the hood, inside and all around. Everyone hopes to find the right ride to go back in time. Ric Struthers is one of those people. “I love car nostalgia and I remember when I had…

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The Biggest Vintage Motorcycle Auction Returns to Las Vegas This Month | News

LAS VEGAS (FOX5) — The annual Mecum Motorcycle Auction returns to Las Vegas this month. The 2022 Mecum Las Vegas Antique & Vintage Motorcycle Auction will be held January 25-29 at the South Point Hotel & Casino. About 1,750 collectible motorcycles will be auctioned, according to the company. “This year’s auction will feature the Harley-Davidson Heritage Collection of 95 vintage Harley-Davidson motorcycles, all of which will be offered with no reserve prices. The collection includes beautifully restored models from every year of the Harley-Davidson’s history. Milwaukee Motorcycle Company from 1910…

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Ford and ADT Form Joint Venture to Manufacture Vehicle Safety Products | Michigan News

DETROIT (AP) — Ford and security firm ADT have formed a joint venture that will help companies protect the expensive vehicles and equipment they carry from theft. The company’s first product called Canopy is a system that uses cameras, radar, global positioning and artificial intelligence to spot a potential thief and notify ADT, which will monitor feeds and notify the customer or authorities if necessary. . The system will be offered as an accessory on Ford and other top-selling vehicles from next year. The company plans to integrate it into…

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South African minister opposes sale of key to Mandela’s cellphone

JOHANNESBURG – A South African minister on Friday demanded the cancellation of an upcoming US auction of a key to the cell in Robben Island prison where Nelson Mandela, the country’s first black president, was long jailed for his opposition to apartheid. The key is among Mandela’s memories to be sold by the Guernsey auction house in New York on January 28. Most of the items were provided by members of Mandela’s family to raise funds for a museum and a garden around his grave, while the key is sold…

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Alan Shepard’s daughter Michael Strahan and four others rush to the edge of space

By Jackie Wattles, CNN Business Jeff Bezos’ rocket company Blue Origin sent Good Morning America host Michael Strahan, daughter of famous astronaut Alan Shepard, and four paying customers on a supersonic ride to the edge of space on Saturday morning. The group took off aboard Blue Origin’s suborbital space tourism rocket at 9:01 a.m. CT from the company’s launch facilities near the rural town of Van Horn, Texas, where Bezos has a large ranch, and has performed a 10-minute supersonic flight that reached over 60 miles above the Earth’s surface…

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Harris County Institute of Forensic Sciences investigates after crime lab data discovered on auction computer

HOUSTON – The Harris County Institute of Forensic Sciences is investigating allegations by a computer repair technician that a computer sold at a surplus auction still contained data from the agency that provides forensic pathology services and county criminal lab. Repairman Johnny, who requested that we not use his last name, said he recently received the 2009 Hewlett Packard computer from a customer who asked him to refurbish it. “She bought it at a Harris County public auction,” Johnny said. Johnny said he was surprised to find the hard drive…

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Furniture from “The Conners” set offered at charity auction – CBS Los Angeles

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – Fans of “The Conners” – formerly known as “Roseanne” – have the opportunity to bid on the furniture used in the show, with proceeds going to Habitat for Humanity of Greater Los Angeles. It’s Dan and Louise’s wedding day, but it’s far from perfect down the aisle, especially when a weather report predicts a tornado is heading towards Lanford, creating chaos and surprises on The Conners. (Eric McCandless / ABC via Getty Images)THE CONNERS READ MORE: CHiPs For Kids Toy Drive kicks off for 2021 After…

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Tri-City Stocking Fund holds 41st annual auction

CUMBERLAND, Ky. (WYMT) – The 41st Annual Convention Tri-City Empty Storage Fund The auctions began on Tuesday evening. The annual auction raises funds to distribute boxes of food and toys to families in the Harlan County area. For the auction, people donate Christmas stockings, gift cards to local restaurants, and unique handmade items like toys, clothing, housewares, and baked goods. After COVID-19 security precautions pushed the event to go virtual last year, it will be virtual again on Facebook Live. Those interested in the auction can log on to Facebook…

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The sweet and sad story behind 3,000 cans of beer at auction | Louisiana News

By DOUG MACCASH, The Times-Picayune / The New Orleans Advocate PEARL RIVER, Louisiana (AP) – Luverne Kahl sometimes cries as she talks about her late husband’s collection of beer cans. It was more than a hobby. It was her passion, and the memories it evokes suddenly spring up in her. But she is determined to let it go. “Catfish” John Kahl died two years ago, aged 85, and his 3,000 cans of beer belong to someone who appreciates them like him, said Luverne Kahl. The cans are therefore put up…

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Wooden bird auctioned for $ 100 belonged to Tudor queen

Hannah Ryan, CNN and Katharina Krebs, CNN When antiquarian Paul Fitzsimmons bought an ornate wooden bird at auction for £ 75 ($ 101) in 2019, he knew he had to be associated with a member of the royal family – but he didn’t know everything just not who. So he put on his detective glasses and finally came to the conclusion that his original owner was Anne Boleyn, Queen Tudor beheaded by Henry VIII of England. Today, the rare artifact is believed to be worth around £ 200,000 ($ 269,900).…

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Five best things to buy in November

Information provided by RetailMeNot.com (WAFB) – Welcome to November! For avid buyers and bargain hunters, this month is the main event. After all, it contains Black Friday (and all the hot sales that came before it), Cyber ​​Monday, and RetailMeNot’s own. Cash Back Day (November 4 and 5)! Using our internal discount data, we’ve calculated the average discounts November shoppers can expect across popular categories. Based on that, these are the top categories to buy this month. If you are wondering what time is “too early” to start shopping for…

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Louisiana man charged with COVID-19 fund fraud | Louisiana News

SHREVEPORT, Louisiana (AP) – A federal grand jury in Louisiana has charged a man with fraudulently obtaining more than $ 1.1 million in loans under two programs designed to help small businesses stay open during the pandemic of COVID-19. Michael Ansezell Tolliver, 56, of Monroe, submitted nine fraudulent paycheck protection and economic disaster loan loan applications on behalf of several companies allegedly owned by Tolliver, including Tolliver Oil & Gas Corporation of Louisiana Inc. and Tolliver Petroleum Corporation of Louisiana, according to the indictment. Tolliver falsified information in loan applications…

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Picasso’s works sold for nearly $ 110 million at auction in Las Vegas

By Jeevan Ravindran and Jacqui Palumbo, CNN A selection of 11 works by Pablo Picasso has been auctioned for a collective total of over $ 110 million, after being exhibited for years in a restaurant in Las Vegas. Part of the MGM Resorts collection, the pieces were the hallmark of the Bellagio Hotel’s Michelin-starred French and Spanish restaurant, “Picasso,” which is inspired by the artist’s life and work. Coinciding with the artist’s 140th birthday, MGM said the auction was the “biggest and most important” art sale ever to be held…

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HHHS begins auctioning off items for its Appetite Gala

TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) – Auction items available for online auction now for Helping Hands Humane Society’s annual Bone Appetit Gala. Bone Appétit 2021 will be a hybrid event with the in-person portion taking place at the Prairie Band Casino & Resort in Mayetta, KS on Saturday, October 16. Check-in begins at 5:00 p.m. with dinner served at 6:00 p.m., followed by an awards show, refuge update, and live auction featuring a Kansas City Chiefs football signed by Travis Kelce. Indigo Jazz, a Kansas City-based jazz ensemble, will perform. “We look…

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Amazon unclaimed, USPS packages could be purchased! Checking auction websites, where to buy and other details

Unclaimed Amazon and United States Postal Service (USPS) packages are sold, which many users are unaware of. As some consumers have already tried to buy them, these e-commerce and postal giants are offering them prices below their original cost. (Photo: Photo by Sean Gallup / Getty Images)A worker pushes a cart between shelves full of goods at an Amazon warehouse on September 4, 2014 in Brieselang, Germany. Germany is online retailer Amazon’s second-largest market after the United States. Amazon is currently at an impasse with several publishers of books on…

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Winnie the Pooh’s “Poohsticks Bridge” for sale at auction house

The bridge made famous in the Winnie the Pooh books – where the bear and his friends played “Pooh sticks” – is on sale by UK auction house Summers Place. The Ashdown Forest Bridge in England was the inspiration for the game described in AA Milne’s first Pooh book, “The House at Pooh Corner”, and illustrated by EH Shepard. “Originally known as Posingford Bridge, Christopher Robin played it as a child in the 1920s with his father, author AA Milne, inventing the Pooh stick game which inspired the following books”…

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Daimler trucks, luxury cars will go their separate ways | Economic news

By DAVID McHUGH, AP Business Writer FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) – Shareholders of Daimler AG, luxury car maker Mercedes-Benz, on Friday approved the split of the truck division as a separate company. The move aims to give the division, including US-based Freightliner, the freedom to react quickly to changing markets and to focus on new technologies that are transforming the automotive industry. Voting at an online shareholders’ meeting on Friday also means that Stuttgart-based Daimler will rename itself Mercedes-Benz Group AG effective February 1, 2022. Daimler CEO Ola Kallenius said that…

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Detroit’s weird and beautiful CarCroach comes up for charity auction

DETROIT – If you’ve been to an event, parade, or anything that can fit a car in Detroit, you may have come across the CarCroach. And if you don’t remember it, you probably haven’t seen it. The CarCroach is, well, a vehicle, of sorts. It can certainly move and drive, but it’s not your typical streetcar. Developed by Ryan Doyle, the CarCroach was built in a modern studio located at the original Lincoln Motors facility in Detroit. It’s built from recycled steel, haphazard finds and diverted trash, all on the…

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Dollar Tree will sell more things for over $ 1 – CBS Boston

(CNN) – For decades, Dollar Tree has sold most of its products for a dollar. Now he is adding products at higher prices in thousands of stores. The company noted On Tuesday, it will start selling items at $ 1.25 and $ 1.50 in some places for the first time. It will also add $ 3 and $ 5 items in more stores, expanding an earlier strategy in recent years to move away from offering only $ 1 products. READ MORE: 2 elderly passengers killed when car crashed into Needham…

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The recording of an “unheard-of” song by John Lennon up for auction

Megan C. Hills, CNN Among more than 100 paintings and sculptures put up for sale at an auction in Copenhagen, Denmark, is one unlikely piece of pop memorabilia: a long-lost cassette containing an unreleased song by John Lennon. Expected to fetch up to 300,000 Danish Kroner ($ 47,000) in Tuesday’s sale, the White Cassette ribbon Also features interviews with the Beatles singer and his wife Yoko Ono, and is accompanied by a series of photographs dating back to 1970. The four interviewers, then 16-year-old schoolchildren, put the tape up for…

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World’s Largest Classic Car Auction Company Comes to Chattanooga October 15-16

Mecum Auctions will present 600 auction items at the Convention Center Mecum Auctions: Walworth, Wisconsin – September 23, 2021 – Mecum Auctions, the world’s largest classic car auction company, will be hosting an auction in Chattanooga, Tennessee, October 15-16 featuring approximately 600 Muscle Cars, Classics, Corvettes, Trucks, Exotics, Hot Rods, customs and more to go through. the auction block at the Chattanooga Convention Center. The auction will be held in conjunction with the Chattanooga Motorcar Festival and is the second of three events hosted by Mecum on consecutive weekends throughout…

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Rare Copy of First Edition US Constitution Could Fetch $ 20 Million |

(CNN) – An exceptionally rare first edition of the U.S. Constitution is on sale in New York City, with auction house Sotheby’s expecting bids of up to $ 20 million. This is one of 11 surviving copies – and the last in private hands – of the first printing of the final text of the document, produced for the delegates of the Constitutional Convention of 1787 and the Continental Congress. Written at secret meetings in Philadelphia, the US Constitution laid the foundation for American democracy and guaranteed the basic rights…

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Rare Copy of First Edition U.S. Constitution Could Fetch $ 20 Million

Megan C. Hills, CNN An exceptionally rare printed copy in the first edition of the Constitution of the United States is on sale in New York, with Sotheby’s auction house expecting auctions of up to $ 20 million. This is one of 11 surviving copies – and the last in private hands – of the first printing of the final text of the document, produced for the delegates of the Constitutional Convention of 1787 and the Continental Congress. Written at secret meetings in Philadelphia, the US Constitution laid the foundation…

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Sotheby’s auctions rare copy of US Constitution

NEW YORK – A very special birth certificate will be auctioned later this year – a rare copy of the US Constitution. Sotheby’s announced on Friday – rightly Constitution Day – that in November it would auction one of the 11 surviving copies of the Constitution from the first official print produced for delegates to the Constitutional Convention and for the Continental Congress . It is the only copy which remains in private hands and whose estimate is between 15 and 20 million dollars. “This is the final text. The…

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Exclusive new club honors local community pillars past and present

JACKSONVILLE, Florida – A new private members-only facility, founded on the mission of supporting those who give back to the community, recently opened in Jacksonville. To maintain this commitment, the Pillars Club has partnered with the Jacksonville Historical Society to honor those who have given to Jacksonville throughout its history. Along the walls of their downtown West Adams Street location you’ll find historic images of Jacksonville icons such as James Weldon Johnson, Ninah May Holden Cummer, and JET Bowden. “The Pillars Club is all about community, celebrating the people who…

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MLB auctions Field of Dreams memorabilia to support Dubuque Cancer Center

DUBUQUE, Iowa (KCRG) – The first Iowa major league regular-season baseball game at the Field of Dreams movie site turns out to be more than just a game. Major League Baseball is auctioning off items worn during the Yankees and White Sox game on August 12 for a good cause. The proceeds will be used to support the MercyOne Dubuque Cancer Center. Some of the items they auction include the jerseys and batting helmets that the Chicago White Sox and New York Yankees used in the Field of Dreams game.…

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This NFT Expert Explains How Digital Products May Have More Use Cases Than Luxury Watches

Episode 51 from season 3 of The Scoop was recorded remotely with Frank Chaparro of The Block and Franklin Fitch, Head of Growth at Blockparty. Listen below and subscribe to The Scoop on Apple, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stapler or wherever you listen to podcasts. Email your comments and review requests to [email protected] This episode is brought to you by our sponsors Event, Kraken, and Exodus Eventus is the world’s leading provider of multi-asset class trade monitoring, transaction monitoring and market risk management solutions. Eventus offers a powerful and award-winning business…

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1980 Apple II manual signed by Steve Jobs sells for almost $ 800,000 at auction – CBS Pittsburgh

(CNN) – If you thought Apple computers were expensive, you haven’t seen what their manuals are for. Boston-based RR Auction sold a Apple II Manual signed by the late company co-founder Steve Jobs for a whopping $ 787,484. READ MORE: The body of a 2-year-old girl missing in a limestone township found in a wooded area The 196-page computer manual is signed and written opposite the table of contents: “Julian, your generation is the first to grow up with computers. Go change the world! Steven Jobs, 1980. It is also…

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NFT Auction House OpenSea exceeds $ 1 billion in monthly transaction volume

The non-fungible online token (TVN) Auction house OpenSea has exceeded $ 1 billion in monthly transaction volume, according to data compiled by The Block. According to the report, the company’s trading volume increased 286% from July to August. It has achieved the majority of monthly NFT trading volume since May 2021 In July, OpenSea raised $ 100 million in its Series B funding round led by Andreessen Horowitz, bringing the company to a valuation of $ 1.5 billion. The company recorded a volume of $ 1.23 billion in August. The…

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Apple II manual signed by Steve Jobs just sold for nearly $ 800,000

By Alaa Elassar | CNN If you thought Apple computers were expensive, you haven’t seen what their manuals are for. Boston-based RR Auction on Thursday sold an Apple II manual signed by the company’s late co-founder, Steve Jobs, for $ 787,484. The 196-page computer manual is signed and written opposite the table of contents: “Julian, your generation is the first to grow up with computers. Go change the world! Steven Jobs, 1980. It is also signed by Mike Markkula, one of Apple’s early investors and the company’s second CEO. The…

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Lansing man’s grave found after 146 years

LANSING, Mich. (WILX) – Peter Weller has passed away at the age of 48, best remembered as a pioneer in Lansing who operated a restaurant along the Grand River in an area then called “Upper Town”. Friends of Lansing Historic Cemeteries helped recover Weller’s monument. They said the monument was gone in 1875 when it was moved from the town’s Oak Park Cemetery to Mount Hope Cemetery in Lansing. “It was probably just one of those unfortunate things that happen when you move almost 2,000 bodies and the monuments and…

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

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

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Looting suspects have their first day in court

More than 140 people arrested for public violence, malicious destruction of property and breach of the disaster management law appeared in Gauteng courts on Tuesday, July 13. © Copyright (c) Daily Maverick, All rights reserved Daily Maverick visited Johannesburg’s Central Magistrates’ Court on Tuesday, where 111 of 142 people appearing in Gauteng courts that day in connection with the wave of violence and looting that rocked Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal first appeared times in court. The National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) said in a press release on Tuesday that “Those who choose…

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The deleted slave auction block is now on display at the Fredericksburg museum

The local NAACP called for removal from the auction block in 2017, and city council voted to remove the artifact in 2019, but it was delayed by lawsuits and the coronavirus pandemic. This file photo, May 5, 2005, shows the historic pre-Civil War auction block for slaves and goods at its former location at the corner of Charles and William streets in downtown Fredericksburg. (Reza A Marvashti / The Free Lance-Star via AP) The 1,600-pound slave auction block that once stood on the sidewalk at the corner of William and…

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An all-American road trip through Ohio: Amish auctions, fried chicken and rock & roll

YOU WILL BEGIN your 433 mile crossing through Buckeye State crossing the Ohio River on a car ferry, heading into the Wild Northwest. This is your first clue that Ohio is nothing like a flat, monotonous cornfield. The road winds through the Hocking Hills, adorned with waterfalls and towering hemlocks, and passes through Amish country farms rich in buggies, hats and butter grease. These pastoral landscapes contrast with the effervescence of the state’s “Three Cs”, the cities of Cincinnati, Columbus and Cleveland. The trip ends on the shores of Lake…

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How to buy online and not get ripped off

In the market age, third-party sellers are selling their products on a growing number of platforms, including Amazon, Walmart, Target, and now even Urban Outfitters and J.Crew. Customers get a larger selection of products, but that also adds a layer of mystery. Instead of buying from that site you know, you’re buying from a seller you don’t have and often from a brand you’ve never even heard of. Here are some guidelines to keep you from getting lost in the ecommerce mess. Key points to remember 1. Investigate third party…

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David Bowie painting bought for $ 5 from landfill is worth $ 88,000

David Williams, CNN A painting of rock icon David Bowie has sold for nearly $ 88,000 at an online art auction after someone picked it up for a few dollars from a donation center at a landfill in Ontario. The portrait, titled “DHead XLVI,” is one of a series of approximately 47 works created by Bowie between 1995 and 1997, according to Rob Cowley, president of Cowley Abbott, who managed the auction. The piece bears Bowie’s distinctive signature on the back of the 9.75 x 8 inch canvas, along with…

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