The Beauty Foodie Club Launches Gift Funding Service to Help Men Who Celebrate Women

www.TheBeautyFoodie.Club, We Love Helping Men Who Celebrate Women Fund Gift Beauty Foodie Trips

www.TheBeautyFoodie.Club, We Love Helping Men Who Celebrate Women Fund Gift Beauty Foodie Trips

Men, Women Love to Party in Maui...Join The Club to Gift Them Our Fun Beauty Foodie Trips

Men, Women Love to Party in Maui…Join The Club to Gift Them Our Fun Beauty Foodie Trips

Men want to hit it out of the ballpark...Join The Club...We're helping fund gift 100 foodie trips to Paris

Men want to hit it out of the ballpark…Join The Club…We’re helping fund gift 100 foodie trips to Paris

The Beauty Foodie Club will help men in L.A. who celebrate women fund gift Fun Beauty Foodie Trips to honor awesome moms, girlfriends, wives and daughters too.

We love helping men celebrate women, Join The Club to gift them a Beauty Foodie Trip and change their life.”

— Carlos Cymerman, Fun Advocate+Founder, The Beauty Foodie Club

SANTA MONICA, CA, UNITED STATES, October 26, 2018 / — Santa Monica based staffing agency, Recruiting for Good, is sponsoring The Beauty Foodie Club, a social club for women who live in Los Angeles; that welcomes men who celebrate women. We help men fund gift that special someone exclusive Beauty Foodie Trips.

According to The Beauty Foodie Club, Founder Carlos Cymerman, "We love helping men celebrate, honor, and cherish the women in their life. Join us to surprise her. 'Don't tell her how much you love her….show her.' Our fun Beauty Foodie Trips are the perfect gift for every occasion."

How Men Participate in The Beauty Foodie Club

Email Carlos@TheBeautyFoodie.Club to arrange for a time to meet for coffee, and see who you like to gift a Beauty Foodie trip. Recruiting for Good rewards referrals with fun Beauty Foodie Trips.

Carlos Cymerman adds, "Men, are you in the 'Dog House?' or 'Want to Earn Future Brownie Points?' Then, join The Beauty Foodie Club to gift the ones you love, fun Beauty Foodie Trips to Maui or Paris…and who knows she might even take you along."


The Beauty Foodie Club is a Santa Monica Based Social Club Celebrating and Rewarding Women Who Make a Difference; by helping members fund fun fulfilling life experiences to share with family and friends. Our invite only Club is for women who live in L.A.; to join come to our next Beauty Foodie Party in Santa Monica. www.TheBeautyFoodie.Club

Recruiting for Good is a socially progressive staffing company in Santa Monica, finding talented professionals great jobs, since 1998. Companies retain us to find the best talent in Accounting, Finance, Engineering/IT, Marketing, and Sales professionals. We reward referrals with fun life experiences. We sponsor and the Fun Social Club Celebrating Women www.TheBeautyFoodie.Club

Our Moms Work is a Santa Monica based community service sponsored by Recruiting for Good; offering cost free personal career mentoring services. In 2019, coming out with funded services to offset the cost of running a business for mom entrepreneurs and business owners. Our fun mission…"When we love life…the party never ends."

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Over 400 quality lots in many categories will be sold at Antiques & Modern Auction Gallery, Nov. 3rd in West Palm Beach

Original acrylic on canvas self-portrait by Romero Britto (Brazilian, b. 1963), titled Brandon & I.

Bronze sculpture by Richard MacDonald (American, b. 1941), titled The Trumpeter, Draped.

Etching on aquatint on Arches paper by Ellsworth Kelly (American, 1923-2015), titled Wall.

Meissen Limited Masterpieces handled vase (or urn), 14 inches tall, one of just 50 made.

Hand-painted bronze sculpture of the Statue of Liberty by Peter Max (American, b. 1937), 22.25 inches tall.

Offered will be antiques, artwork, sculptures, porcelain, bronze, sterling silver, art glass, estate jewelry, Chinese works and decorative arts, at 1 pm EDT.

WEST PALM BEACH, FLA., UNITED STATES, October 26, 2018 / — WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – More than 400 lots of antiques, artwork, sculptures, porcelain, bronze, sterling silver, art glass, estate jewelry, Chinese works and decorative arts will all come up for bid at an auction scheduled for Saturday, November 3rd, by Antiques & Modern Auction Gallery in the firm’s gallery at 811A Belvedere Road, West Palm Beach, starting at 1 pm (EDT).

There are several candidates for top lot of the auction. One is an original acrylic on canvas self-portrait by Romero Britto (Brazilian, b. 1963), titled Brandon & I and depicting the artist and his son, Brandon (est. $20,000-$25,000). The 72 inch by 72 inch painting is signed, titled and dated 1994. The lot also includes a signed hardcover copy of Britto’s book Colors Around the World.

Another candidate is the bronze sculpture by Richard MacDonald (American, b. 1946), titled The Trumpeter, Draped, 36 ¼ inches tall including a four-inch rotating marble pedestal (est. $12,000-$16,000). The work is signed and numbered (#7/90) to the base. MacDonald is a contemporary figurative artist known for his bronze sculptures and for his association with the Cirque du Soleil.

An etching and aquatint on Arches paper by Ellsworth Kelly (American, 1923-2015), titled Wall, carries a pre-sale estimate of $4,000-$5,000. The work is pencil signed lower right and numbered (#39/50) lower left. Plate and sheet are matted and framed. Ellsworth was a painter, sculptor and printmaker. He was best-known for his hard-edge painting, Color Field painting and minimalism.

Meissen porcelain will feature a Limited Masterpieces handled vase (or urn), 14 inches tall, having a floral motif with gilt trim and limited to 50 pieces, marked to the underside, numbered 04/50 (est. $8,000-$12,000); and a 34-piece tea set, with each piece having hand-painted florals and gilt trim (est. $4,000-$6,000). Each piece in the porcelain set is marked to the underside.

An outstanding bronze chess set with a hand-painted ceramic table by the mother-and-son team of Laney Oxman (American, b. 1946) and Zachary Oxman (American, b. 1968), titled Chivalry & Ecstasy, is expected to realize $10,000-$14,000. The chess set includes 32 bronze figures that represent Medieval warriors. Each is signed “R. Oxman”, dated 1997 and numbered 1/12. The signed table has a marble chess board to the center, surrounded by hand-painted nude maidens.

Two oil on canvas paintings by Vladimir de Terlikowsky (Polish, 1873-1951) will be offered, one depicting a Venetian canal with bridge (est. $2,000-$3,000), the other a Venetian cathedral (est. $1,500-$2,000). Also, an oil on canvas hunting scene attributed to Francis Barlow (British, 1626-1704), Hunting the Hare, in an 11 ¾ inches by 4 ¾ inches frame, should hit $3,000-$4,000.

Collectors of Peter Max (American, b. 1937) will be thrilled to learn that lots 1-6 are dedicated to the Pop Art icon. Lot 1 is a hand-painted bronze sculpture of the Statue of Liberty, 22 ¼ inches tall including the two-inch marble base and signed, numbered (111/250) and inscribed “Peter Max 1990” (est. $4,000-$5,000). Lot 2 is an original acrylic painting on a ceramic plate, showing a flag with a heart, signed verso, dated 1992, in a 14-inch square acrylic case (est. $800-$1,200).

Lots 3-6 are prints from Max. They include a serigraph titled Flag with Heart, hand-signed and numbered 220/385 (est. $800-$1,200); a lithograph titled Three Faces, hand-signed and numbered HC 14 with a blind stamp lower left (est. $800-$1,200); a serigraph titled Lady on Red with Floating Vase, pencil signed lower right and numbered 111/300 (est. $600-$800); and a serigraph titled Flower Blossom Lady, signed lower left and numbered 164/300 (est. $600-$800).

A pair of 3-D serigraphs by noted artists are expected to attract keen bidder interest. The first is by Charles Fazzino (American, b. 1955), titled Mickey’s World and depicting Mickey Mouse and friends in cities throughout the world, pencil signed and numbered (est. $1,200-$1,500). The second is by James Rizzi (American, 1950-2011), titled Let’s Get Lost at Coney Island, hand-signed lower left, numbered 280/350 and in a hand-painted mat and frame (est. $3,000-$4,000).

Two original paintings and four prints from a collection of artworks by Orlando Agudelo-Botero (Colombian, b. 1946) will all come up for bid. The paintings are a triptych watercolor on paper titled Passive and Active Colors, signed, with all three panels contained in an 83 inch by 44 inch frame (est. $3,000-$5,000); and a mixed media on Arches paper that combines the abstract and human form, signed and titled Movimiento Perpetuo, matted and framed (est. $1,500-$2,000).

The prints from Agudelo-Botero are hand-painted and embellished serigraphs with hand-torn edges, titled Dusk of an Era, Primavera, Angel and Maria, Maria, Maria. All are hand-signed and numbered, matted and framed, and come with a certificate of authenticity from Engman Limited in Laguna Beach, Calif. All four carry an identical pre-sale estimate of $800-$1,200.

A pair of Baccarat Mille Nuits French cut crystal candelabra, featuring a baroque motif with five beveled cut arms at alternating heights amidst two decorative crystal swirls, should command $3,000-$5,000. Also, a magnificent 97-piece Wallace sterling silver flatware set in the Grand Baroque pattern, with each piece marked “Wallace Sterling”, is estimated at $2,000-$3,000.

A collection of 19 pieces of Christofle – the French-based decorative home accessories company founded in 1830 – will be sold as individual lots. Pieces will include crystal wine goblets, water glasses and tumblers in the Kawali and Cluny patterns; silver-plated Malmaison, Fidelio and Vertigo pieces and sets; and other items, estimated to bring prices that range from $80 to $800.

The full catalog may be viewed now by visiting Internet bidding will be facilitated by and Phone and absentee bids will also be accepted. A preview will be held in the gallery on Friday, November 2nd, from 11 am until 5 pm.

Antiques & Modern Auction Gallery is actively seeking fine quality consignments for future auctions. Appointments for evaluations are available Monday thru Friday, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Eastern time. To consign an item, an estate or a collection, you may call Antiques & Modern Auction Gallery at 561-318-1834; or, you may send them an e-mail at

To learn more about Antiques & Modern Auction Gallery and the Saturday, November 3rd auction, visit

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Scott Cieckiewicz
Antiques & Modern Auction Gallery
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Bidders reel in rare fishing lures at Miller & Miller's hunting and fishing collectibles auction, Oct. 19-20 in Canada

The top lot of the auction was this Chippewa spinner lure with green back spotted sides, made circa 1910 (CA$10,030).

Lurette No. 2 fishing lure, made by Canada Needle & Fishing Tackle, a “living bait lure” (CA$4,425).

Vaughn’s cardboard lure box with paperwork (no lure, just the box), from the 1930s (CA$2,124).

Lauby Lure (USA) Lake Trout wonder spoon, made of wood in the 1930s (CA$2,006).

Fred Pardee Kent (USA) double spinner, very rare, made in 1902 and graded good (CA$2,006).

Three green Chippewa spinner lures made around 1910 by the Immell Bait & Tackle Company (USA) brought a combined CA$24,780 to take top lot honors in the sale.

It was a gathering of astute collectors who drove the price of key lots feverishly. The hunting and fishing collectible market is robust and we look forward to our next strong auction in this genre.”

— Ben Lennox

NEW HAMBURG, ONTARIO, CANADA, October 24, 2018 / — NEW HAMBURG, Ontario, Canada – Three green Chippewa spinner lures made around 1910 by the Immell Bait & Tackle Company (USA) brought a combined CA$24,780, and a clever Canadian-made circa 1930 Lurette No. 2 “living bait lure” was reeled in for CA$3,750 (a new record price for the lure) at an auction held October 19th-20th by Miller & Miller Auctions, Ltd.

The sale was held online and in Miller & Miller’s gallery at 59 Webster Street in New Hamburg, Ontario. Featured was the single-owner lifetime collection of fishing lures, decoys and reels of the late Bob Ronson. Around 700 of the 724 lots that came up for bid were from Mr. Ronson’s vast collection. Including the buyer’s premium, the two-day sale grossed more than CA$175,000.

“The auction was fast-paced, with bidders not afraid to jump in and bid immediately,” said Ben Lennox, a respected Canadian collector and a staff expert for Miller & Miller Auctions, Ltd. “It was a gathering of astute collectors who drove the price of key lots feverishly. The hunting and fishing collectible market is robust and we look forward to our next strong auction in this genre.”

Eight of the top ten lots in the sale were Chippewa lures and 48 lots overall were dedicated to Chippewas (five were in the original boxes), a testament to their popularity with collectors (and with Mr. Ronson). The top achiever was a Chippewa in green with back spotted sides, made of wood and in the original box. The lure, in very good-plus condition, hammered for CA$10,030.

The runner-up lots were a Chippewa in fancy green back, in the box, made of wood and in very good-plus condition (CA$7,670); and a Chippewa in green with back spotted sides, in the box, made of wood and graded very good (CA$7,080). Three rainbow Chippewas also cracked the top ten, as one example went to a determined bidder for CA$3,245 and the other went for CA$2,006.

The Lurette No. 2 lure, made by Canada Needle & Fishing Tackle, wowed bidders with its unique and imaginative design. It was a “living bait lure” that boasted a glass bulb surrounded by hooks that were designed to tempt fish with a live crayfish or worm. The example sols, in the original box and with both sets of paper instructions, was in superb shape and made CA$4,425.

The auction also featured a Fred Pardee Kent double spinner, an F.C. Woods expert minnow, a Dam Ever Ready jointed sunfish, and various lures from Heddon, Creek Chub, South Bend, Paw Paw, AL&W, Lucky Strike, Pfleuger, Williams, DAM (Germany), Allcock, Jamison and Fred Arbogast; folk art and decoys by Tom Martindale, Carl Christiansen and others; plus rods, reels and ephemera by Malloch, Starback, Pezon et Michel and others also crossed the auction block.

Following are additional highlights from the auction. About 60 serious Canadian and American collectors attended the sale in person, while another 300 or so people registered to bid online via the platforms,, and directly on the Miller & Miller website. All prices include the buyer’s premium; all prices quoted are in Canadian dollars.

A Vaughn’s cardboard lure box with paperwork (no lure, just the box), made by Henry J. Lewis & Co. in the 1930s, graded good, realized CA$2,124; a Lauby Lure (USA) Lake Trout wonder spoon, made of wood in the 1930s, in excellent condition, rose to CA$2,006; and a Fred Pardee Kent (USA) double spinner, vary rare, made in 1902 and graded good, finished at CA$2,006.

A G.M. Skinner (USA) turkey wing lure from the 1900s, marked “Gananoque” and made out of copper, graded good, reached CA$1,180; a Martin (USA) cardboard lures box, graded very good, gaveled for CA$1,121; a Canada Needle & Fishing Tackle 1940s boxed lure, very good, sold for CA$920; and a Shakespeare Rhodes (USA) 1940s minnow lure, graded VG+, realized CA$649.

The story of how the Bob Ronson collection made its way to Miller & Miller’s auction block is interesting and worth retelling. It begins in the spring of 2015, when Ben Lennox stumbled on a garage sale in North Warterloo, Canada. “There were enough items of interest that led me to ask, ‘Do you have anything else old or interesting you’d be willing to sell?”, Mr. Lennox recalled.

Good thing he asked. The man Ben was talking to was Dave Ronson, Bob’s son, who, along with wife Paula, became custodians of the lures upon Bob’s death a few years earlier. Dave produced one drawer from a 144-drawer apothecary cabinet that had some fishing lures displayed in it. “After purchasing some unassuming fishing tackle, and after making an offer on the cabinet, which Dave accepted, we met at a storage locker so I could pick up my purchase,” Lennox said.

That’s when things got really interesting. “Upon opening the locker,” Ben recounted, “I quickly realized the magnitude of Bob Ronson’s collection.” Fast forward three years, during which time various e-mails and phone calls were exchanged between Dave and Ben, ultimately culminating with the Miller & Miller Auctions sale just held. “The rest, as they say, is history,” Lennox said.

Miller & Miller Auctions, Ltd. has two more auctions planned for the rest of 2018. The first, on Saturday, November 24th, will feature watches and jewelry. The second, titled Mantiques II: The Aarssen Collection, will be on Saturday, December 8th. Both will be online and in the gallery.

Miller & Miller Auctions, Ltd. is always accepting quality consignments for future auctions. The firm sells high-value collections of antique and vintage collectibles valued between $35,000 and $3 million, and items of individual merit. Its mission is to provide collectors with a trusted place to buy and sell, and its vision is to be Canada’s highest grossing seller of high value collections.

To consign a single piece, an estate or a collection, you may call them at (519) 573-3710 or (519) 716-5606; or, you can send an e-mail to To learn more about Miller & Miller Auctions, Ltd. and its upcoming sales, visit

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Ethan Miller
Miller & Miller Auctions, Ltd.
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Indie Artist Proves Snowboarding and Hip Hop Go Hand in Hand

Miranda Writes Becomes The Chill Foundation’s NYC Ambassador

We are excited to partner with Miranda as our newest NYC Ambassador. Miranda is going to be a great role model, advocate, mentor, and inspirational artist (for) our youth.”

— Jeff Morton, The Chill Foundation

NEW YORK, NY, UNITED STATES, October 24, 2018 / — Both uniquely entertaining, snowboarding and hip hop go hand in hand. And for many snowboarders, music is what amps them up when they ride.

Being an avid snowboarder and rising artist, enjoying a top ten spot on Digital DJ Pool with her latest remix single for over four weeks, indie hip hop artist Miranda Writes is the perfect person to spearhead a deeper relationship between snowboarding and hip-hop culture, while also making a positive impact.

Writes has made snowboarding her refuge and outlet since childhood. She has been snowboarding for over ten years along the East Coast and as an advanced rider uses a Burton Déjà Vu board.

“I’ve found a lot of happiness, freedom and confidence in snowboarding. Snowboarding has taught me to step outside of my comfort zone which has naturally helped my journey as a performer,” commented Writes.

Upon learning about The Chill Foundation, (founded in 1995 by the Burton Snowboard founders) a nonprofit that inspires underserved youth to overcome challenges through boardsports, Miranda knew she had to become involved. This month, Miranda Writes became the NYC Ambassador for The Chill Foundation. As their ambassador, Miranda will encourage, instill, and lead various workshops both on and off the slopes to incorporate Chill’s core values: respect, courage, patience, persistence, responsibility, and pride.

“I’m excited to support the youth because ultimately it’s an opportunity to not only inspire, but learn together. One love is my mantra and that’s a mentality we can all apply regardless of who we are, or where we’re from,” Writes added.

“As a non-profit organization located in 15 cities across North America, we are excited to partner with Miranda as our newest NYC Ambassador,” said Jeff Morton, Vice President of Marketing and Development at The Chill Foundation. “Miranda is going to be a great role model, advocate, mentor, and inspirational artist that our youth will look up to and be inspired by. We are grateful for her willingness to get involved and help us spread awareness about Chill to her fans.”

You can keep up with their collaboration and support The Chill Foundation on their website.

About Miranda Writes: New York City-based artist Miranda Writes creates lyrically- focused hip-hop with an eclectic sound that crosses multiple genres and decades. Inspired by 90's hip-hop and contemporary music, Miranda has a modern yet back-to-the basic sound powered by original lyrics. Miranda’s goal is to make a positive impact on the music industry and her fans.

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Andrew Jones Auctions' successful sale of DTLA Collections and Estates redefines the auction buying experience

German Expressionist painting of factory workers by Anton “Toni” Wolter (1879-1929) ($1,060).

Large suite of Michael Taylor “Montecito” garden furniture ($4,500).

Art Deco style patinated metal ceiling fixture in the manner of Edgar Brandt ($1,060).

The auction, held on October 21st, drew a diverse and enthusiastic crowd in the room and online achieving a sell through rate of 95 percent.

We continue to promote vintage and antique design and accessories as the ‘green’ choice for decorating. We look forward to the next sale in November.”

— Andrew Jones

LOS ANGELES, CALIF., UNITED STATES, October 23, 2018 / — Los Angeles – Continuing the success of its inaugural auction at Andrew Jones Auctions, the sustainable living and budget friendly DTLA Collections and Estates auction held on October 21 drew a diverse and enthusiastic crowd in the room and online achieving a sell through rate of 95%. The beautifully appointed gallery just a few blocks northeast of USC in downtown greeted clients like VIP’s as they enjoyed coffee, muffins and a complimentary lunch while shopping the varied offerings to suit every taste and pocket. There were some deals and steals to be had, but the sale also achieved impressive prices. A German Expressionist painting of factory workers by Anton “Toni” Wolter, 1879-1929 sold for $1,060 and an Italian School painting of a Venice canal at night realized $2,250. A large suite of Michael Taylor “Montecito” garden furniture more than tripled its pre-auction estimate and sold for $4,500. An Art Deco style patinated metal ceiling fixture in the manner of Edgar Brandt realized $1,060. An Art Nouveau pictorial marquetry tray by Emile Gallé achieved $800.

Commenting on the results of the auction, President and CEO, Andrew Jones said, “We attracted hundreds of bidders from around the globe and are delighted with the eagerness of those clients. We continue to promote vintage and antique design and accessories as the ‘green’ choice for decorating. We look forward to the next sale in November.”

The next auction Design for the Home and Garden will be held on November 18, which will feature the David and Barbara Hart Collection of World Art. International travelers and cultural explorers for decades, David and Barbara Hart have thoughtfully curated a range of unusual objects, accents, art and textiles from Mexico to the Philippines. Best of all the entire collection will be offered
without reserve. Among the highlights of the auction include an original pencil drawing of a cat by Léonard Tsuguharu Foujita (est. $2,000-4,000), an oil on panel painting of a Swiss valley by Albert Bierstadt (est. $6,000-8,000) as well as modern design, fine jewelry and watches, antiques, decor and accessories. The week-long preview begins on November 10.
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Halloween party game: Fhtagn! – Dark Young expansion launch

Fhtagn! – Tales of the Creeping Madness

Who will be the sacrifice?

Choose-your-own-adventure in Fhtagn!

Finally, you can sacrifice your friends and summon an Ancient Horror in the new Dark Young expansion for the Halloween party game Fhtagn!

Fhtagn! – Tales of the Creeping Madness is an amusing text-driven choose-your-own-adventure game with a snazzy style and dark humor.”

— Trevor Whalen at TechRaptor

PRETORIA, GL, SOUTH AFRICA, October 23, 2018 / — With the Halloween season in full swing, celebrate the most frightful of holidays with an indie game that will both chill and tickle your funny bone! On 22 October 2018, Design Imps launched a new expansion (the Dark Young) for their game Fhtagn! – Tales of the Creeping Madness.

Dubbed the "funniest take on mystic doomsday cults in years", Fhtagn! is a choose-your-own-adventure game where you can play as one of four cultists intent on destroying the world by summoning an Ancient Horror. Decide how you will be preparing for the final ritual by visiting various locations in the unsuspecting town of Arkham and navigating iconic Lovecraftian events. Battle investigators, gangs, corrupt cops and horrors from the Depths to bring about the end of the world!

This text-based adventure game boasts:
• 93 000 words.
• Across 113 events with 370 potential story outcomes.
• Fulfil 1 of 24 roles with 56 role feedback stories.
• 142 different character endings.

In its first instalment, this party/boardgame-esque game saw the cult of The Dreaming Eye trying wake the thing of the idols, that green, sticky spawn of the stars (can you guess who?) to claim the world. Now, there is a new cult in town – The Thousand Young. These sycophantic backstabbers are devoted to the All-Mother and Mother only wants the best and the brightest. You have 6 rounds to build up the required stats needed to use the ritual items in the final ritual, but you also need to outwit your “friends” and make sure it is them on the chopping block and not you. For every successful round you complete, you get ‘Not It’ stacks, which you use in the end of the game to determine who will be sacrificed to dear Mother. The player who receives the most votes will become the juicy glazed ham on the altar in the Dark Forest. Or will they? Should you be voted as the sacrifice, you will have the chance to escape and GTFO outta there!

The expansion includes:
• New cult
• New Ancient One
• Now with useable items
• More stories
• New game mechanics
• More investigators

If Fhtagn!’s stories aren’t scary enough for you this Halloween, you can write your own stories for the game! The Steam version of the game has a Content Creator feature where you can create your own stories and play it with your friends. All that is needed is a story idea and no programming is required. It is a modern take on the classic creepy campfire stories where you can frighten the living daylights out of your friends. Who remembers telling creepy stories like The Licked Hand, The Attack of the Hook-man or The Vanishing Hitchhiker? We’re sure you can do better this year with your own mad creation, by using the Fhtagn! Content Creator.

The game shines in local co-op or screen-share with friends and it is a casual game that will provide loads of entertainment. With snazzy graphics, betrayal is best served with a jazzy/swing soundtrack and neo-noir visuals. Don’t miss out on this thrilling experience get your copy on the Steam Store Page or!

Ilana van Jaarsveld
Design Imps
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Best MMORPG 2019 Website Reveals the Most Highly Anticipated Upcoming MMO Games reveals the most interesting and highly anticipated MMO games of 2019 that are in development.

PLEASANT HILL, CA, UNITED STATES, October 23, 2018 / — The top MMO games website has released its top pick for the most highly anticipated upcoming massively multiplayer online role-playing games (MMORPG) of 2019.

The featured MMORPGs are currently under development and are expected to release at least an alpha version next year. Some are already in early access or have a beta version available.

"We've been looking closely at a lot of MMO games that are due to be released in 2019 and we found quite a lot of very interesting and exciting titles," said Jessica Hoult, editor of "These MMORPGs are the ones that we look forward to playing the most."

The games in the Best MMORPG 2019 list are all quite different from each other. The titles range from big-budget releases to small but promising indie projects. There's also one virtual reality massively multiplayer online role-playing game (VRMMORPG) included.

"Of course, the list is highly speculative since anything can happen during the course of game development. What looks like a great game on paper or in early access could turn out to be a flop. That is especially true of the more ambitious projects," said Hoult. "Nonetheless, the Best MMORPG 2019 list is a great resource for industry watchers and players who would like to know what's going on."

The list features eight MMOs but will be updated every month until the end of 2019. Short descriptions of each game and links to the games' official websites are included along with basic information and the estimated date of release.

In addition to the top 2019 MMO games list, the website also has news coverage and insightful, in-depth MMORPG reviews. A Youtube video channel and Twitch streaming series are in the works.

For more information, visit the website at

About, a newly launched massively multiplayer online role-playing game website, is home to the Best MMORPG 2019 list. Content is written and edited by veteran gamers who are passionate about MMOs.

Jessica Hoult
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Study attributed to Thomas Gainsborough titled The Honourable Mrs. Graham will headline Woodshed's November 1st auction

Study attributed to Thomas Gainsborough (Br., 1727-1788), titled The Honourable Mrs. Graham.

Untitled oil on panel abstract painting attributed to Joaquin Torres Garcia (Uruguayan, 1874-1949).

Acrylic and oil stick on canvas attributed to Jean-Michel Basquiat (Am., 1960-1988), titled Cut Off.

Stylized rendering of Mick Jagger attributed to Andy Warhol (Am., 1928-1987), signed front and back.

Tempera and gouache on paper attributed to Clause Monet (Fr., 1840-1926), titled Waterlilies, signed.

It's a study for perhaps the renowned English painter’s most intricate and recognizable composition and one of the finest examples of 18th century portraiture.

Discovering the under-drawing on what we believe to be Gainsborough's oil study for The Honourable Mrs. Graham led to the creation of this select grouping of historic artists.”

— Bruce Wood

FRANKLIN, MASS., UNITED STATES, October 22, 2018 / — FRANKLIN, Mass. – A study attributed to Thomas Gainsborough (1727-1788), for perhaps the renowned English painter’s most intricate and recognizable composition – The Honourable Mrs. Graham – one of the finest examples of 18th century portraiture, is an expected headliner in Woodshed Art Auctions’ next fine art auction, titled Gainsborough, Monet, Warhol & Friends.

The auction will be held on Thursday, November 1st, online and live in the 500 Gallery, at 475 Franklin Village Drive in Franklin. Live bidding will begin promptly at 5:30 pm Eastern time. People can register and bid now, at Previews will be held at the 500 Gallery starting on Wednesday, October 24th. Telephone and absentee bids will be accepted.

The auction will comprise a select group of 58 paintings and studies by, and attributed to, master artists such as Andy Warhol (American, 1928-1987), Jean-Michel Basquiat (American, 1960-1988), Wifredo Lam (Cuban, 1902-1982), Jackson Pollock (American, 1912-1956), Claude Monet (French, 1840-1926), Joaquin Torres Garcia (Uruguayan, 1874-1949) and Gainsborough.

“Discovering the under-drawing on what we believe to be Gainsborough's oil study for The Honourable Mrs. Graham led to the creation of this select grouping of historic artists,” said Bruce Wood, the owner of Woodshed Art Auctions. “The range of working techniques, from 18th and 19th century academic methods to the loose Impressionist renderings, through the energetic applications of the Expressionists, provides an amazing introduction to the evolution of Western art in the past 200 years. The auction may be light on quantity, but it’s very strong on quality.”

The Honourable Mrs. Graham is one of the most famous paintings in the Scottish National Gallery. The background of the exhibited version is a quintessential Gainsborough Rococo landscape, while the study in the auction replaces a bucolic hillscape with a seemingly opaque mass of darkness, capped by an eerie sunset – a stark contrast to the pale, white Mrs. Graham.

This variation in backgrounds is a clearest indication that the work being sold is perhaps a preparation sketch for the more intricate version that hangs in Scotland. Gainsborough was famous for dabbling in a variety of prominent styles during his illustrious career, and the background in the study is reminiscent of the one in Gainsborough’s self-portrait, from 1759.

Interestingly, the subject in the painting was born Mary Cathcart, daughter of the Scottish ambassador to Russia. She spent her early years at the Court of Catherine the Great before her marriage to Thomas Graham in 1774. She was one of the most beautiful women of her time and Gainsborough, smitten with her himself, painted her multiple times, most often from memory.

The painting, in a 40 ¼ inch by 55 inch frame, has a pre-sale estimate of $75,000-$100,000. And, while it is in exceptional condition, it does show signs of age, furthering the notion that it is a study by Gainsborough. The manner of cracking is consistent with other portraits of the period, including the one in the National Gallery and in his works at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston.

A few other paintings in the sale carry even higher estimates than the Gainsborough. One is an acrylic and oil stick on canvas attributed to the late Pop Art icon Jean-Michel Basquiat, titled Cut Off. The 45 ½ inch by 59 inch (in the frame) painting is signed and dated (“81”) verso. It has an estimate of $80,000-$120,000. Basquiat used his art to express social commentary and criticism.

Carrying an identical $80,000-$120,000 estimate is an oil on panel abstract painting attributed to Joaquin Torres Garcia, signed and dated (“43”) bottom right and housed in an 18 ¼ inch by 30 ½ inch frame. Garcia is perhaps Uruguay’s most famous artist. He sought to synthesize the classical with the avant-garde. During his lifetime he exhibited widely and garnered international acclaim.

Yet another six-figure candidate is Jackson Pollock, the American painter widely known for his role as a leader of the Abstract Expressionist movement. Offered will be an enamel paint on canvas attributed to Pollock, titled Red, Orange, Yellow and Black Drip, signed and dated (“51”) bottom left. The 26 ½ inch by 38 ¾ inch unframed work has an estimate of $80,000-$100,000.

The French Impressionist Claude Monet is represented more than once in the sale, first with a tempera and gouache on paper titled Waterlilies, signed and verso marked with a gallery stamp and reference number (est. $50,000-$80,000); and second with a tempera on paper titled Winter Landscape, signed and verso stamped “Collection Simon, Paris, France.” (est. $25,000-$35,000). Both are framed attributions and come with COAs from the Art Collectors Group, Luxembourg.

An oil on canvas attributed to the internationally renowned Cuban artist Wifredo Lam, titled Horned Figures, signed bottom right and measuring 20 ¾ inches by 27 ¼ inches (framed) is expected to reach $50,000-$60,000; while a stylized rendering of Mick Jagger by Andy Warhol, signed front and back and with the verso stamp of Arthur Tooth Gallery (London) and a label with a reference number, in an 18 ¾ inch by 14 ¾ inch frame, should realize $15,000-$20,000.

An oil on board Floral Still Life attributed to Emil Carlsen (American, 1853-1932), signed bottom left, in a 10 inch by 12 inch frame, is expected to sell for $6,000-$8,000. Also, a gouache on cardstock work attributed to Andre Derain (French, 1880-1954), titled Elegant Strollers with Harlequins, signed bottom right and with an undated auction label on the back of the 15 ¾ inch by 26 inch frame, should bring $5,000-$7,000. Derain co-founded Fauvism with Henri Matisse.

Woodshed Art Auctions is a family-owned art gallery specializing in oil painting restoration and live and online art auctions, celebrating its 50th anniversary. The firm is always accepting quality artworks for future auctions. To inquire about consigning a single piece or an entire collection, you may call Bruce Wood at 508-533-6277; or, e-mail him at

For more about Woodshed Art Auctions and the 58-lot Gainsborough, Monet, Warhol & Friends auction scheduled for Thursday, November 1st, please log on to

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Exhibit by Aberson presents Robert Mars | Rebels and Renegades Thursday October 25th 6 until 8 PM

Photo Credit: Lisa Newman

Photo Credit : Lisa Newman

Photo Credit: Lisa Newman

Exhibit by Aberson presents Robert Mars| Rebels and Renegades October 25 6 until 8 PM

TULSA, OKLAHOMA, USA, October 22, 2018 / — Exhibit by Aberson presents
Robert Mars | Rebels and Renegades
3524B S. Peoria, Tulsa, OK
Opens Thursday, October 25th 6-8 PM
Through November 5th, 2018
Available online and in-store

Exhibit by Aberson is pleased to present an exhibition of recent works entitled “Rebels & Renegades” by Robert Mars opening Thursday, October 25th from 6 until 8 PM at Exhibit by Aberson located at 3524B S Peoria Avenue, Tulsa OK 74105. The work will be on view through November 5th.

Fascinated with the Golden Age of Americana, Mars merges his own concept of personal idols with those of mainstream culture and, as a result, is able to focus his work on a deeper analysis of this unforgettable era. The focus of his work ranges from architectural and mechanical forms of the 50’s and 60’s, including muscle cars, motels, and kitschy logos, to the culture of celebrity with their larger than life personalities and iconic appearance.

While living in Portland, Oregon over a decade ago, Robert Mars found himself traveling the Southwest documenting “the left over parts of Route 66 culture in its current state.” Ten years ago, he explored the small towns of Oklahoma and stumbled upon Tulsa. “Tulsa reminds me of my favorite time in American history. The mid-century modern ranch homes, the strips of motels and auto dealerships with classic signage. It’s the history that inspires me to create,” explains Mars.

Mars feels strongly that everything he absorbs becomes an influence for his work. “I feel that music, art, skateboarding, and design all have become intertwined in my life as source for creative energy,” he states. Music has played a significant role in Mars’ studio practice and daily life since an early age, so it was only natural for these works and images to reflect that inspiration. Mars speaks about his visit to Cain’s ballroom during his last visit to Tulsa with fondness, “The venue, the rich history, and the bands that have played there and it all played on the impact on my creation of these pieces. I am always interested in historical context of things and Cain's exudes that from the classic neon sign, to the floors of the club, to the posters lining the walls.”

A graduate of the Parson’s School of Design in New York, Mars often references his decades as a graphic designer in his work. His tactile process of layering and sanding ephemera and paint aims to provide the view with a muted window into America’s past. Mars’ work is exhibited worldwide including museum collections in Munich, Tokyo, Amsterdam, London, Boston, New York, Los Angeles, Laguna Beach, Paris, Aspen and Naples.

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Vincent Paul Fedele explores hunting opportunities in Pennsylvania

Vincent Paul Fedele

From deer to wild turkeys, Vincent Fedele discovers the Keystone State to have some of the most abundant hunting in the northeastern United States.

FORKS TOWNSHIP, PENNSYLVANIA, UNITED STATES, October 19, 2018 / — A so-called hunters' paradise, the state of Pennsylvania enjoys millions of acres of land upon which those inclined to do so may indulge in their pastime. As such, Pennsylvania is widely considered one of the best hunting states in the nation, according to Vincent Paul Fedele, a successful businessman, keen hunter, saltwater fisherman, and father of two from Easton, Pennsylvania.

"Pennsylvania offers a mixed bag of hunting opportunities," explains Fedele, "and is most famous, perhaps, for its white-tailed deer."

Hunting season in Pennsylvania typically begins in late September and continues until January. Further to white-tailed deer, hunters also favor the state for its black bears and elk, although hunting the latter requires a special license, of which only a relatively small number are issued annually and on a lottery basis.

With over 4.5 million acres of public land permitting hunting in Pennsylvania, further opportunities also exist on privately owned sites, according to Vincent Fedele. "Over a million acres of private land exist where hunting is permitted via a land access program maintained by the Pennsylvania Game Commission," he adds.

Highlighting one particularly popular area for hunters in Pennsylvania, Vincent Fedele looks to Moshannon State Forest.

"Located in northern Pennsylvania, Moshannon State Forest is best for hunting wild turkey, grouse, deer, and black bear," he explains. "Bordered by dense hardwood to the north, and hickory and oak to the south, the state of Pennsylvania permits hunting in almost all of the popular forest."

Exceptions to this, according to Fedele, include a small number of safety zones, all of which are located in close proximity to highly populated areas.

While much of the most highly regarded hunting exists in the northernmost parts of the state, Fedele also points toward Caledonia State Park in southern Pennsylvania. Praised by many for its scenery and landscape, and with an abundance of creeks and rivers running through the area, Caledonia State Park is also popular with anglers, particularly for its trout – including brown, brook, and rainbow varieties.

Fedele explains that the park allows hunting across almost 750 acres, with deer, wild turkey, rabbit, and squirrel all plentiful. "Woodchuck hunting, however," he adds, wrapping up, "is prohibited within Caledonia State Park, which it's important to keep in mind."

To find out more about hunting opportunities in Pennsylvania, visit the state's gaming commission online at

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