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    11 hrs ago | Art Daily

    Ahead of the New Lunar Year of the Ram, the most important festival in Chinese culture, Sotheby's will present a unique ex-Chateau evening wine sale - Chateau Mouton Rothschild: Direct from the Property on Friday, 30 January 2015 at Sotheby's Hong Kong Gallery. Chateau Mouton Rothschild's first-ever ex-Chateau sale in Asia Celebrating the New Lunar Year of the Ram - The Bordeaux First Growth's insignia The ram is widely recognised as the symbol of Chateau Mouton-Rothschild, so it is perfect timing for the Bordeaux First Growth to offer treasures direct from their cellars through an auction in Asia - for the first time - to start the New Lunar Year of the Ram.

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  2. Alberto Korda photographs of Fidel Castro uncovered in Toronto flatRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    Huge 'NYPD KILLS' graffiti daubed on Manhattan Bridge as pro-cop protesters in ' I can breathe' shirts clash with anti-police activists 'Drugged driver' who plowed into a crowd leaving church and killed four including mother and son apologizes as she appears in court on a gurney The ethnic maps of America: Researchers reveal where those with African American, Latino, and European American heritage are most likely to live Time to put the Presidential feet up, for 17 DAYS! Obamas arrive in Hawaii for extended Christmas break - but Sasha and Malia look like they are struggling to get into the holiday spirit again Get a bikini wax, forget post-coital hugs and always invite your host to join in: Posh Brit magazine explains new social etiquette for THREESOMES Money is often the first cause of arguments when you first move in with a partner so lay out some ground rules, says this journalist ... (more)

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  3. Feeling flush? The money-no-object Christmas gift guideRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Independent.ie

    Robot Friend, 277,640. Any wealthy millionaire feeling a bit lonely this Christmas might be tempted to spoil himself with the Celebrity Robotic Avatar, which is for sale from Hammacher Schlemmer, the American retailer which specialises in quirky gifts.

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    Yesterday | Art Daily

    In 1989, Father Alfred Baca, a priest at St. Cecilia Catholic Church in Tustin, California, vowed that on the 25th anniversary of his priesthood, he would divest himself of his tangible assets to benefit his parish financially. On New Year's Day, with the help of auctioneer Don Presley and art and antiques buyers everywhere, 'Father Al's' pledge will be fulfilled.

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  5. Tim Headington-inspired Highland Park mansion sells for $5.7M in bolstered luxury marketRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Business Journal

    Dallas oil tycoon Tim Headington designed this home at 4236 Lorraine Avenue in Highland Park. He spared no expense giving the property ultra-luxury finishes.

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  6. 'Mr. Turner' movie puts focus on Cincinnati paintingsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Cincinnati.com

    "Mr. Turner," a movie opening in New York and Los Angeles Dec. 19, is a lovely collision of popular culture and fine art. Cincinnati has many examples of J.M.W. Turner paintings.

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  7. FBI formally accuses North Korea of hacking SonyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 18 | KATC-TV Lafayette

    An Acadia Parish grand jury Wednesday afternoon indicted Crowley lawyers Clay Lejeune and his wife, Mitzi Mayeaux, on three charges of public intimidation and two charges of resisting arrest. An Acadia Parish grand jury Wednesday afternoon indicted Crowley lawyers Clay Lejeune and his wife, Mitzi Mayeaux, on three charges of public intimidation and two charges of resisting arrest.

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  8. Winston Churchill's painting fetches 1.8m pounds at auctionRead the original story

    Friday | Newkerala.com

    A painting by Sir Winston Churchill titled 'The Goldfish Pool at Chartwell' has fetched 1.8 million pounds at recently held auction in Sotheby's, London. 'The Goldfish Pool at Chartwell', which depicts the pond at Churchill's Kent home, was painted in 1932 and had been given an estimated value of 400,000 pounds - 600,000 pounds, the BBC reported.

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  9. 'Colbert Report' signs offRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 18 | Erie Times News

    Born 50 years ago into a large, Catholic, staunchly Republican family in South Carolina, Colbert suffered great tragedy as a child -- the deaths of two brothers and his father in a plane crash. As he tells the story, on the way home from the funeral, one of his sisters made another sister laugh so hard that she fell onto the floor of the car.

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  10. Boundless: Contemporary Art to take place at Sotheby's Hong Kong Gallery in JanuaryRead the original story

    Thursday | Art Daily

    Invader , Alias HK_58 2014, ceramic tiles on glass panel, 132.6 x 208.5 cm, est. HK$1 - 1.5 million / US$128,000 - 192,000.

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  11. Sotheby's December Auctions of 20th Century Design & Tiffany total $21.3 million in New YorkRead the original story

    Thursday | Art Daily

    The December sale offered one of the most important collections of Tiffany lamps to appear at auction in over a decade. The group was led by two successively numbered 'Wisteria' Table Lamps circa 1901-05 - an extraordinary, nearly-identical pair whose harmonious coloration suggests that they were cut from the same sheets of glass.

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  12. Winston Churchill painting sells for record $2.82MRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | UPI

    A painting by former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill sold for a record $2.82 million at auction Wednesday, about than triple what it was expected to fetch. Officials at Sotheby's auction house in London originally expected the landscape painting, The Goldfish Pool at Chartwell , to sell for between $626,000 and just shy of $1 million.

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  13. Protest against G4S trial verdictRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 18 | Newsday

    A protest against three G4S security guards being found not guilty of the manslaughter of a man they were deporting has taken place in London. Terence Hughes, 53, Colin Kaler, 52, and Stuart Tribelnig, 39, denied acting dangerously or negligently during the incident, on a British Airways flight.

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  14. Andy Warhol Goes DiscoRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 18 | Forbes.com

    I am an award-winning journalist and producer who has created print, video and online media content for Intel, The Museum of Tolerance and The Milken Family Foundation; and my work has appeared on The Huffington Post, Newsweek.com, The NY Times Magazine, Interview Magazine, The Paris Review and The LA Times. Today Andy Warhol, who died in 1987, is considered one of the greatest artists of the 20th Century .

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  15. Feldman sues estate of Qatari sheikh who bid on du Pont's British Guiana stampsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 18 | Linn's Stamp News

    According to papers filed Dec. 8, 2014, in a New York court, he may have loved them a little too much. The New York Times obituary that appeared three weeks earlier, on Nov. 17, for Sheikh Saud bin Mohammed bin Ali Al Thani, a noted art collector with apparently bottomless pockets, focused on his globetrotting efforts to build a world-class art collection for his home country, Qatar, a tiny, oil-rich kingdom ruled by his family on the western shore of the Persian Gulf.

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  16. Chair and desk owned by Lafayette family sold for $1 million at auctionRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 18 | KATC-TV Lafayette

    An antique desk and chair combination owned by a Lafayette family sold for more than $1 million at an auction Wednesday at Sotheby's in New York. A Sotheby's spokeswoman confirmed the sale for the "Nenuphars" chair and desk for $653,000 and $365,000 respectively.

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  17. Men guilty over street shoot-outRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 18 | BBC News

    Two men have been found guilty of their involvement in a street shoot-out with an armed police officer in north London. Sedat Meric, 25, from Tottenham, and Oktay Ayanoglu, 22, from East Finchley, were found guilty of possessing a firearm and ammunition with intent to endanger life in Haringey.

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  18. Churchill painting sells for A 1.8mRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 18 | BBC News

    It was auctioned at Sotheby's in London on Wednesday, following the death of his daughter Mary Soames in May. The previous auction record for one of his paintings was A 1m. Fifteen of his paintings were included in the sale of Mary Soames' possessions, which raised a total of A 15.4m.

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  19. Invader's Hong Kong street art returns with a HK$1m price tag at Sotheby'sRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 18 | South China Morning Post

    Street art made of a mosaic of colourful tiles, which was trashed by the government earlier this year, is to be resurrected with an estimated price tag of more than HK$1 million. Named Alias HK_58, by French street artist Invader, the piece will make its auction debut next month at a Sotheby's Hong Kong contemporary art sale.

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  20. Winston Churchill painting sets new recordRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 17 | Deutsche Welle

    A painting by British statesman Winston Churchill has fetched $2.8 million at auction - a record for his work. The painting was sold amongst other personal artifacts from the celebrated wartime leader.

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