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Churches Aim to Restore Historic Organ After World Trade Center Terror...

JOHNS CREEK, GA. (AP).- The soaring sounds of a pipe organ silenced when dust from the collapsing World Trade Center invaded its church sanctuary nearly a decade ago could soon fill a place of worship once again. The historic instrument was dismantled ...

Churches Aim to Restore Historic Organ After World Trade Center Terror...

JOHNS CREEK, GA. (AP).- The soaring sounds of a pipe organ silenced when dust from the collapsing World Trade Center invaded its church sanctuary nearly a decade ago could soon fill a place of worship once again. The historic instrument was dismantled ...

Lawsuit: Cezanne at New York City’s Metropolitan Wrongly Acquired

NEW YORK (AP).- A man claims a Paul Cezanne painting at New York City's Metropolitan Museum was stolen from his great-grandfather during the Russian Revolution. The Wall Street Journal reports that Pierre Konowaloff sued the museum Wednesday in Manhat...

Lawsuit: Cezanne at New York City’s Metropolitan Wrongly Acquired

NEW YORK (AP).- A man claims a Paul Cezanne painting at New York City's Metropolitan Museum was stolen from his great-grandfather during the Russian Revolution. The Wall Street Journal reports that Pierre Konowaloff sued the museum Wednesday in Manhat...

Texas-Based Gaston & Sheehan Sells Spoils of Bernard Madoff’s Lavish Life...

NEW YORK (AP).- Anyone wanting to walk in the shoes of fallen financier Bernard Madoff was in luck Saturday: Thousands of belongings from his New York City penthouse, including his used shoes, went on the auction block. An anonymous bidder paid the hig...

An Exhibition of Works on Paper by 8 Contemporary Artists at...

NEW YORK, NY.- Karen Wilkin is a well-known curator and critic specializing in modernism. A regular contributor to the Wall Street Journal and the New Criterion, she is Contributing Editor for Art for the Hudson Review and the author of monographs on ...

An Exhibition of Works on Paper by 8 Contemporary Artists at...

NEW YORK, NY.- Karen Wilkin is a well-known curator and critic specializing in modernism. A regular contributor to the Wall Street Journal and the New Criterion, she is Contributing Editor for Art for the Hudson Review and the author of monographs on ...

Sotheby’s Q2 Beats Wall Street on Strong Auction Sales

NEW YORK, NY.- Sotheby’s today announced results for the second quarter and first half ended June 30, 2010. For the three and six months ended June 30, 2010, auction and related revenues improved $118.8 million, or 79%, and $168.4 million, or 86%,...

Sotheby’s Q2 Beats Wall Street on Strong Auction Sales

NEW YORK, NY.- Sotheby’s today announced results for the second quarter and first half ended June 30, 2010. For the three and six months ended June 30, 2010, auction and related revenues improved $118.8 million, or 79%, and $168.4 million, or 86%,...

Wall Street Sign Goes for $116.5K at Christie’s

NEW YORK, NY.- A vintage sign that once marked an intersection near the New York Stock Exchange has sold for $116,500 at auction. Christie's said the enamel "Broad St." and "Wall St." sign was bought Tuesday by an unidentified phone bidder. The auctio...

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