The Clock is Ticking on Fall Bed & Breakfast Getaways at Colorado Springs' Holden House

Fall is the perfect time to visit Holden House and the Pikes Peak region

Fall is the perfect time to visit Holden House and the Pikes Peak region

A hike in the Pikes Peak region is the perfect afternoon leaf peeping experience

A hike in the Pikes Peak region is the perfect afternoon leaf peeping experience

Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument and Mueller State Park are great day hike excursions for autumn views of Pikes Peak

Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument and Mueller State Park are great day hike excursions for autumn views of Pikes Peak

Colorado Springs' Holden House 1902 Bed & Breakfast Inn offers fall aspen leaf peeping discount packages

There's gold in them thar hills! and there's no time like the fall season to enjoy gold in Colorado's high country and Holden House, the perfect place to stay when aspen leaf peeping.”

— Holden House Innkeeper

COLORADO SPRINGS, COLORADO, UNITED STATES, September 22, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — You've heard the phrase, "There's gold in them thar hills!" and there's no time like the fall season to enjoy gold in Colorado's high country while staying at a romantic bed and breakfast inn. Holden House 1902 Bed & Breakfast Inn, located in Colorado Springs is the perfect place to base your day excursions for aspen leaf peeping. The innkeepers at Holden House will point you to the best aspen gold colors, just a short drive to take a hike or windshield tour of the Pikes Peak region's beautiful and amazing scenery.

One of the best fall tours is to drive up U.S. Highway 24 West and take in the majestic scenery and the heritage of Ute Pass toward the town of Cripple Creek, a historic gold mining region. On the way, you will see splashes of golden and peach colored aspens. One possible stop might be Mueller State Park along State Highway 67, where both moderate and challenging trails will welcome you. If you're in the mood for more moderate walking trails, continue along Highway 24 west to Teller County 1, where the Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument offers winding paths among large petrified tree stumps. Once a pre-volcanic valley of gigantic Redwoods, this National Monument is one natural wonder you won't want to miss. Along the way, this beautiful valley surrounds you and offers a rare east-looking view of America's Mountain, Pikes Peak, which is most often viewed from a westward perspective from Colorado Springs. If you continue along Teller County Road 1 and Highway 67, you'll end up in the towns of Cripple Creek and nearby Victor which offer a historic glimpse into Colorado's rich mining history, including a District Museum, the Molly Kathleen Mine Tour, The Old Homestead "Parlor House" and gaming district with slots to try your hand at winning your own jackpot. Victor, the small town near Cripple Creek is known as the City of Mines and some back roads on well maintained gravel take you along some amazing scenic overviews.

Just in time for fall, Holden House 1902 Bed & Breakfast Inn is offering two great savings specials where guests can take advantage of these discounts when they #BookDirect through the www.HoldenHouse.com website or call the inn directly at 888-565-3980 to speak personally to an innkeeper. Guests won't want to miss this opportunity to enjoy the fall colors and reserve your romantic suite for two. This special offer is only valid when booking directly through the inn's website or calling direct and cannot be applied when booking through Online Travel Agent (OTA) websites.

STAY 3 GET 3rd FREE! Stay 3 nights and receive the 3rd night free anytime of the week! Full amount of reservation due when booking and non-refundable. Cannot be combined with other discounts or added to existing reservations. Valid through November 15, 2019.

STAY 2 GET 2nd 50% off MIDWEEK: Stay 2 nights Sunday-Thursday and receive 50% off your 2nd night! Non-refundable and full amount of stay required when making reservation. Cannot be combined with other discounts or added to existing reservations. Valid through November 14, 2019.

Holden House1902 Bed & Breakfast Inn caters to couples and single travelers, featuring all suites with private bath, sitting area, fireplace, one queen or king bed, full gourmet breakfast, afternoon wine social, 24-hour coffee, tea and homemade cookies. Lovely verandahs, porch swings, rocking chairs and a secluded garden with fountains add to the ambiance. Breakfast served en suite and other add-on packages are also available on the inn's official website at www.HoldenHouse.com. The inn is centrally located near the historic district of Old Colorado City and convenient to attractions, hiking trails, museums, shopping and dining.

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Julie Mogford Proudly Presents the “With Love and Gratitude Collection” of Original Mixed Media Artwork

With Love and Gratitude Collection - notecards, journals, wall art - by Julie Mogford

With Love and Gratitude Collection - wall art prints and canvases

Julie Mogford is Spreading Love and Joy with Delightful Art and Design as she releases her new With Love and Gratitude Collection of original mixed media art.

SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, UNITED STATES, September 21, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Artist and designer Julie Mogford is pleased to announce the release of her brand new With Love and Gratitude Collection of original mixed media art in printed and digital format. Inspired by some of her favorite memories, the “With Love and Gratitude Collection” is a series of seven uplifting and whimsical art pieces reproduced as notecard sets, soft-touch cover journals, giclee archival prints, and museum-grade gallery wrapped canvases.

This collection of floral-inspired stationery and wall art products was created with original hand-painted mixed media artwork from the designer’s art studio. Each mixed media art piece was hand-painted by the artist herself. The With Love and Gratitude Collection will be released on September 23, 2019.

Julie Mogford is known for creating illustrations and graphic designs for paper crafting companies and has been spreading love and joy with delightful art and design since 2012. In this new collection, Julie has created an entire product line of stationery and wall art that embodies the concept of slowing down and taking time away from one’s busy lifestyle to appreciate all of life’s blessings, no matter how great or small.

This collection will be exclusively sold on the artist’s website at juliemogford.com
where the limited products are scheduled to sell out by the end of the season.

The artwork in this series features a designer palette of beautiful rosy pinks with pops of Pantone’s Color of the Year 2019, Living Coral, as well as a variety of green foliage ranging from chartreuse and sage to deep teal green. The lush green hues naturally complement the warm colors in this delightful collection of floral themed items.

The wall art prints and gallery wrapped canvases are printed with high quality archival inks that capture the subtle textures of vintage papers, watercolors, colored pencils and other materials used to create the original artwork, allowing the viewer to imagine that they can actually reach out and feel the collaged papers and colorful layers of pigment.

The journals in the With Love and Gratitude Collection are available in five unique designs, each with 100 lined and perforated pages and a soft-touch matte cover with rounded corners, making each journal feel as pretty as it looks.

The entire series of artwork is available in sets of ten note cards and twelve envelopes, with the extra two envelopes as a free bonus included in the note card set. Four floral designs are available as 4.25 x 5.5-inch cards, and three lovely lady designs come as 5.25-inch square cards. All of the notecard sets and individual cards are printed on beautiful 110# smooth Ultra White cardstock. The cards in the collection make perfect gifts as personal stationery or as thank you notes for moms, teachers or dear friends.

The artwork in the With Love and Gratitude Collection is available as downloadable prints for those who appreciate the option of printing the art at home or through a local printer. The digital files can also be used for personal projects such as personalizing a greeting card or creating a cover for an art journal. These files are an excellent option for international customers, as shipping is unnecessary for digital downloads.

The art pieces in the With Love and Gratitude Collection have each been named to celebrate the theme of experiencing quiet moments and practicing mindfulness and gratitude. Some of the themed items in the collection are:

Love Yourself – Mixed Media Girl – Fine Art Print or Canvas
So Grateful – Inspirational Wall Art Print
Garden Harmony – Butterfly Journal
Grandmother’s Blue Vase – Floral Soft Cover Journal
Blissful Bouquet – Note Card Set
With Love and Gratitude – Note Card Set
Fluttering Wings – Note Card Set
With Love and Gratitude – Floral Art Bundle – Instant Download
Bird Song – Wall Art – Instant Download

The items in the With Love and Gratitude Collection range in price from $9.95 to $139.95. Julie is so excited to share this new and long-awaited collection with her fans.

For more information about the With Love and Gratitude Collection or for an interview with the artist/designer, Julie Mogford, please write to julie@juliemogford.com. Media high-resolution photos are available upon request.

About the Artist

Julie Mogford started designing digital graphics after she left her teaching career to focus her attention on self-care and health issues. She originally created illustrated photo-polymer clear stamps and paper crafting products, as well as watercolor and mixed media artwork. Julie’s digital design career began from her creation of one of a kind artwork, and her art and uplifting messages are now able to be replicated in multiple mediums to reach a wide audience of customers.

After years of creating digital graphics, stamps, stencils and steel-ruled dies, Julie has gained an outstanding reputation for original artwork and high quality reproductions within the paper crafting world and is now pleased to expand her reach by directing her unique design skills into the stationery/greeting card industry.

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Urban Culture Auctions to host Sept. 26 sale of vintage beefcake photos by Bruce Bellas, aka ‘Bruce of Los Angeles’

Large Bruce Bellas (1909-1974) physique photo of nude male. Provenance: Bruce Bellas archive. Estimate: $500-$800

Large Bruce Bellas (1909-1974) physique photo of nude male. Provenance: Bruce Bellas archive. Estimate: $500-$800

2 Bruce Bellas (1909-1974) photos taken at Muscle Beach in Los Angeles and featuring ‘Mr. Muscle Beach 1957.’ Provenance: Bruce Bellas archive. Estimate: $400-$600

Large Bruce Bellas (1909-1974) physique photo of nude male. Provenance: Bruce Bellas archive. Estimate: $500-$800

Bruce Bellas (Bruce of Los Angeles) male physique photo, one of two in a group lot offered with a $400-$600 auction estimate

Bruce Bellas (Bruce of Los Angeles) male physique photo, one of two in a group lot offered with a $400-$600 auction estimate

Bellas’ 1950s/'60s studio photos of male nude models and bodybuilders were in the vanguard of gay culture and triggered censorship challenges

Around the same time Playboy magazine was launching its controversial first issue with a nude Marilyn Monroe centerfold, Bruce Bellas was creating his own provocative photographs, of the male anatomy”

— Rico Baca, Co-Owner, Urban Culture Auctions

WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, September 21, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — On September 26, Urban Culture Auctions (UCA), a division of Palm Beach Modern Auctions, will sell a significant archive of 1950s/’60s “beefcake” photos taken by Bruce Bellas, known professionally as Bruce of Los Angeles. More than 200 lots of vintage prints, negatives, slides, real-photo greeting cards, and posing props will be auctioned. Most of the photos, which played an important supporting role in the foundation of America’s gay movement, were taken in Bellas’ studio, while a smaller number reflect Southern California’s influential fitness movement, which celebrated the male physique.

“Around the same time Playboy magazine was launching its controversial first issue with a nude Marilyn Monroe centerfold, Bruce Bellas was creating his own provocative art – photographs of the male anatomy,” said UCA auctioneer and co-owner Rico Baca. “In addition to being an accomplished studio photographer, Bellas was a well-known presence at bodybuilding and weightlifting competitions. He was one of the earliest photographers of gymnastics and acrobatics at LA’s Muscle Beach.”

Located at the south side of Santa Monica Pier, Muscle Beach gained a national reputation with strength lifters, who were attracted to the area’s burgeoning physical fitness culture. “Vic Tanny, who pioneered the ‘gym chain’ concept, opened his first gym only two blocks from Muscle Beach. That solidified the area’s reputation as the Mecca of American bodybuilding. Bruce Bellas was right there with his camera to document its evolution as an adjunct to his studio photography, which focused on the male physique,” Baca said.

Born in the horse-and-buggy days in a small Nebraska town, Bellas grew up to become a chemistry teacher but always enjoyed taking pictures on farms and at athletic events. After numerous road trips to California and its famous Muscle Beach, Bellas realized his true calling was photography, and he took the necessary steps to make his hobby his new profession. He had a natural flair for composition and lighting, and at Muscle Beach there was easy access to superstar bodybuilders – most of whom were not gay, but who were proud of their bodies and willing to pose for him at his studio. Bellas’ work appeared in Joe Weider’s “muscle” magazines and later in his own magazine The Male Figure, which he launched in 1956.

“Such magazines faced strong opposition and censorship, even though there was a demand for them. To closeted men everywhere, they sent a message that ‘you’re not alone.’ They were an introduction to a gay community that was just starting to come out of the shadows,” said Baca. “It took courage to be a part of the movement. Some publishers, like Bob Mizer (1922-1992), the founder of ‘Physique Pictorial’ magazine, even did jail time.”

Bellas’ influence on contemporary physique photography is acknowledged in the work of Herb Ritts (1952-2002), Bruce Weber (b. 1946-), and Robert Mapplethorpe (1946-1989). The Bellas archive featured in UCA’s September 26 auction is the property of art director Dimitri Levas, who was Mapplethorpe’s close friend and set stylist, and who currently serves on the board of The Robert Mapplethorpe Foundation. He was also a set designer for Bruce Weber.

“Most of the photographs in the auction are black and white, which was the standard in those days,” said Baca. “They’re beautiful, artistic images of men, including actor Joe Dallesandro, who starred in Andy Warhol movies and is considered the most famous male sex symbol of both gay subculture and American underground films of the 20th century.” Sixteen lots of Dallesandro photographs are entered in the auction, several accompanied by enlargeable negatives [43 auction lots include negatives]. Each of the Dallesandro lots is estimated at $1,000-$2,000.

Photo lots that include a posing seat or other studio props are also expected to be among the top sellers. Lot #4 consists of four nude photos and the actual demilune seat used in those photos. Lot #3 contains four male nude photos and the Native American-style tom-tom drum that Bellas used in those shots and others, and the sale’s opening lot includes a Roman-style column and three photos of nude models posing with the prop. Each of the three lots is estimated at $1,000-$2,000.

Urban Culture Auctions’ Thursday, Sept. 26, 2019 sale of The Bruce of Los Angeles Archive: Male Physique will begin at 12:00 noon US Eastern Time. It is a gallery auction with all forms of remote bidding available, including phone, absentee and live via the Internet through LiveAuctioneers. For questions about any artwork in the auction or to arrange a phone line for bidding, call 561-586-5500 or email uca@modernauctions.com. View the fully illustrated catalog online at www.liveauctioneers.com. Visit Urban Culture Auctions online at www.urbancultureauctions.com.

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Holabird's four-day Americana auction, October 4th-7th in Reno, will feature collectibles in a wide array of categories

Artist proof print depicting famed World War II flying ace Jimmy Doolittle leaving the deck of the aircraft carrier, by William S. Phillips, signed by Doolittle himself (est. $2,500-$3,500).

Nevada Short Line / A.A. Dodd bottle, unique to Nevada as it was made of crockery and white glaze, produced around 1914, larger than the only other known specimen (est. $2,000-$5,000).

Stock certificate for Pacific Pearl Co. (Panama), a venture that harvested pearls and pearl shells. Chief engineer Julius H. Kroehl invented a submarine for the company (est. $3,000-$6,000).

What could be the auction’s top lot will be offered on Day 3: a Squaw Creek (Alaska) gold nugget in the shape of a skull, similar to the skull used in pirate logos (est. $90,000-$105,000).

Frontier Gasoline (“Rarin’ to Go”) single-sided porcelain service station sign, 6 feet in diameter, from the 1920s and in excellent condition (est. $7,500-$15,000).

The categories include petroliana, aviation, World War II, art, railroadiana, Native Americana, stock certificates, mining, minerals, numismatics and gold.

We’re calling this our fall season second chance auction, because for anyone who missed any of our great 2019 sales, now is their second chance to fill the holes in their collections.”

— Fred Holabird

RENO, NV, UNITED STATES, September 20, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — A four-day Americana auction bursting with more than 3,l00 lots in a wide array of collecting categories – to include petroliana, aviation, World War II, art, railroadiana, Native Americana, stock certificates, mining, minerals and gold – will be held Oct. 4th-7th by Holabird Western Americana Collections, online and live in the gallery at 3555 Airway Drive in Reno.
“We’re calling this our fall season second chance auction, because for anyone who missed any of our great 2019 sales, now is their second chance to fill the holes in their collections,” said Fred Holabird of Holabird Western Americana Collections. “Also, we’ve once again devoted a special section to dealers, with specials and great bargains lotted specifically with re-sellers in mind.”
Day 1, Friday, October 4th, will contain 772 lots of textiles, Native Americana, art, music, maps, foreign collectibles, sports, military and aviation, railroadiana, postal history and Wells Fargo. Offered for the first time will be the aviation collection of Robert Wayne Danforth, a dedicated collector of aviation art (autographed and remarqued), books, model airplanes, photos and more.
A sample lot from Day 1 is an artist proof print depicting famed World War II flying ace Jimmy Doolittle leaving the deck of the aircraft carrier USS Hornet to lead a command of sixteen B-25 bombers to the Japanese mainland. The artwork, by William S. Phillips, is signed by Doolittle himself and is nicely housed in a 35 inch by 33 inch frame. It has an estimate of $2,500-$3,500.
Day 2, Saturday, October 5th, will comprise 736 lots of marbles, bottles, saloon items, cigar and tobacco, cowboy collectibles, firearms and weaponry, tokens, numismatics (to include coins, currency, dies, medals, so-called dollars and general items), toys, World’s Fair and Expos, political memorabilia, and general and foreign Americana (Australia, Canada and Panama).
Two large capacity Trommner scales will be offered on Day 2, each with an estimate of $10,000-$15,000 and both formerly of the Philadelphia mint, with capacities of at least 500 pounds. One is from the 1920s or ‘30s, while the other is vintage 1947. Either one would make a statement of its owner’s business success and would display nicely in a foyer or large office. Both are sizable.
Also up for bid on Day 2 will be a Nevada Short Line / A.A. Dodd bottle, unique to Nevada as it was made of crockery and white glaze, around 1914 (the rail line was short-lived, only running from 1913-1918). Also, it’s larger than the only other known specimen. It should go for $2,000-$5,000. An 1892-CC Morgan silver dollar with natural toning has an estimate of $800-$1,600.
A rare, two-volume set of Gold Rush-era books titled Personal Adventures in Upper and Lower California in 1848-49 (London, 1851), is expected to reach $1,000-$2,000. It’s sub-titled, “With the Author’s Experience at the Mines; Illustrated by Twenty-Three Drawings, taken on the spot”.
A large white enamel sign from the Automobile Club of Southern California, circa 1910-1920, 2 feet by 3 feet and showing the mileage from an older country road (no longer in use) to Lida, Big Pine, Goldfield and Tonopah (Nev.), in very good shape for its age, should bring $2,000-$4,000.
Stock certificate offerings on Day 2 will include a possibly unique certificate for the Stockton & Calaveras Gravel Road Co. (Calif.), issued for two shares to Maj. Gen. Patrick Edward Connor on May 12, 1867, with officer signatures (est. $800-$1,000); and another for Pacific Pearl Co. (Panama), a venture that harvested pearls and pearl shells in the Pacific Ocean (est. $3,000-$6,000). The chief engineer, Julius H. Kroehl, actually invented a submarine for the company.
Day 3, Sunday, October 6th, will feature 801 lots of gold, jewelry, minerals, mining (foreign, general and geographically sorted), fossils, collectible spoons and Gold Rush memorabilia. What could be the auction’s top lot will be offered on Day 3: a Squaw Creek (Haines, Alaska) gold nugget in the shape of a skull, similar to the skull used in pirate logos (est. $90,000-$105,000).
A wonderful lot of cut, polished turquoise from the American West, 100 pieces or more and totaling 170 grams, should realize $3,000-$6,000. Pieces range in size from 2-25mm and have mostly blue hues. Also, a diamond, emerald and gold ladies’ ring featuring one round 0.35-carat brilliant cut diamond and eight princess cut natural emeralds, is expected to hit $2,000-$5,000.
W. Rose’s 1878 revised chart of the Comstock & Sutro (Nev.) tunnel areas, showing buildings, locations and the names of the mines, made in 1878, 30 ½ inches by 39 ½ inches and in a nice gold gilded frame, should garner $2,000-$4,000. A circa 1857 stock certificate for the Magnum Bonum Quartz Mining Co. (Calif.), issued to secretary Daniel H. Barney for one share and signed by Barney, carries an estimate of $1,000-$2,000. The company operated in Butte County.
Day 4, Monday, October 7th, will have 818 lots of calendars, cameras, fire items, directories, transportation (planes, trains and automobiles), and bargains and dealer specials in all categories. A Day 4 featured lot is the Frontier Gasoline (“Rarin’ to Go”) single-sided porcelain service station sign, 6 feet in diameter, from the 1920s and in excellent condition (est. $7,500-$15,000).
Start times each day are 8 am Pacific time. Previews will be held Tuesday and Wednesday, Oct. 2nd-3rd, from 10 am-5 pm. To schedule a private preview call 775-851-1859. For those unable to attend the sale in person, online bidding will be facilitated by the platforms iCollector.com, LiveAuctioneers.com, Invaluable.com, AuctionMobility.com and Auctionzip.com. Telephone and absentee bids will also be accepted. For details on how to bid, please visit www.fhwac.com.
Color catalogs are available by calling 1-844-492-2766, or 775-851-1859. Also, anyone owning a collection that might fit into an upcoming Holabird Western Americana Collections auction is encouraged to get in touch. The firm travels extensively throughout the U.S., to see and pick up collections. Last year it visited Boston, Florida, Seattle and New York, among other destinations.
Holabird Western Americana is always seeking quality Americana and coin consignments, bottles, advertising and other fine collections for future auctions. To consign a single piece or an entire collection, you may call Fred Holabird at 775-851-1859 or 844-492-2766; or, you can send him an e-mail at fredholabird@gmail.com. To learn more about Holabird Western Americana Collections’ October 4th-7th Americana Auction visit www.fhwac.com. Updates are posted often.
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The Houstonian Hotel, Club & Spa Goes Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

This cake, created by Pastry Chef Amanda Owen is a special tribute in support of the many lives that have been touched by breast cancer.

Diamond in the Rough Cocktail is made with Sparkling Normandy Pear Cider, Pear Cordial, citrus and a sprig of fresh lavender. The cocktail is available for $15 with 50% of the sales benefitting Susan G. Komen® Houston.

For every 2 acrylic bags or 5 pouches sold, Komen Houston can provide a mammogram for an uninsured or underinsured woman.

The Houstonian partners with Susan G. Komen® Houston for a month full of pink specials in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Susan G. Komen® Houston is honored that The Houstonian Hotel underwrites the annual Pink Honor Roll Dinner. The dinner celebrates survivors, top fundraisers and supporters of the annual event.”

— Kristen Barley, Senior Development Director for Susan G. Komen® Houston.

HOUSTON, TX, UNITED STATES, September 20, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Houstonian Hotel, Club & Spa is honored to partner with Susan G. Komen® Houston to show support of breast cancer awareness month in October. The hotel has a long history of collaborating with Susan G. Komen® Houston and is proud that their support culminates in the organization’s Pink Honor Roll Dinner each year.

“Susan G. Komen® Houston is honored that The Houstonian Hotel hosts and underwrites the annual Pink Honor Roll Dinner each year. The dinner celebrates survivors, top fundraisers, supporters and sponsors of the annual Komen Houston Race for the Cure®. This beautiful evening is a culinary treat for all in attendance. We are grateful for our continued partnership with The Houstonian Hotel,” said Kristen Barley, Senior Development Director for Susan G. Komen® Houston.

Throughout October, guests and visitors are invited to participate in a month full of specials from spa treatments, to cake, cocktails and even pink purses – there is a way for everyone to show their support of this special cause.

TRIBUTE Specials:
Diamond in the Rough Cocktail is made with Sparkling Normandy Pear Cider, Pear Cordial, citrus and a sprig of fresh lavender. The cocktail is available for $15 with 50% of the sales benefitting Susan G. Komen® Houston.

Houstonian Hope Cake, Dessert for Two: This cake, created by Pastry Chef Amanda Owen is a special tribute in support of the many lives that have been touched by breast cancer. The delicious Vanilla Chiffon Cake is layered with raspberry swirl buttercream and vanilla pastry crème. It is topped with fresh raspberries and strawberries, tiny pink French macarons and dehydrated meringue kisses, as well as edible mini orchids. The cost is $12 with 50% of sales benefitting Susan G. Komen® Houston.

Trellis Spa Specials:
Pretty in Pink Manicure or Pedicure
Relax with a warm hand or foot soak followed by a revitalizing exfoliation, relaxing hand or foot massage with a scented moisturizer rich in Vitamin E and silky coconut milk for intense hydration and nail and cuticle care. Finish with your choice of polish or buffing. This treatment includes a complimentary pink nail polish as a parting gift. 50 minutes, $50.00 manicure, $70 pedicure. A portion of the proceeds from these treatments in October will be donated to Susan G. Komen® Houston.

The Shop Specials:
Houston fashion designer David Peck has partnered with Susan G Komen® Houston for its 2019 Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign. Peck designed special edition pink acrylic bags and travel pouches adorned with the French phrase Je suis femme which translates to I am woman, a testament to the strength of women. For every 2 acrylic bags or 5 pouches sold, Komen Houston can provide a mammogram for an uninsured or underinsured woman. 100% of the cost of the bags will be donated by The Houstonian and bags can be pre-ordered at The Shop in The Houstonian by calling 713-685-6719 or emailing Retail@Houstonian.com. Acrylic bags: $195, Pouches: $85.

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Located in the heart of Houston, The Houstonian Hotel, Club & Spa is celebrating its 40th anniversary in 2020, and is a Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star, urban retreat located adjacent to the city’s iconic Memorial Park, and minutes from downtown, the Galleria and Energy Corridor. The Houstonian is a member of Preferred Hotels and Resorts, and consistently provides guests with attentive and highly personalized service in an authentic, warm and non-intrusive manner. Guests at The Houstonian Hotel may relax and rejuvenate on a 27-acre oasis, with floor-to-ceiling wooded views in its guest rooms, four on-site dining restaurants and two classic hotel bars. The hotel has 33,890 square feet of Indoor Meeting Space and 87,349 square feet of Outdoor Meeting Space with a “Houstonian Experiences” menu for corporate and social groups, meetings and celebrations. The 175,000 square-foot Houstonian Club offers state-of-the-art equipment, over 250 weekly group exercise classes, aquatic programs, an indoor tennis facility, a resort pool with a rock slide, sports lap pool and quiet garden pool. Trellis Spa is a Mediterranean style, 17,000-square-foot facility with 21 treatment rooms, hair and nail salons, and luxurious locker rooms with Jacuzzi and steam rooms, an indoor Float Pool, a Relaxation Lounge with fireplace and a Tranquility Room. One of Houston’s historic gems, the property is known for its grace, comfort and unparalleled guest experience.
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Global Stored Grain Protectants Market: Revenue, Opportunity, Segment and Key Trends 2019-2025

WiseGuyReports have announced the addition of a new report titled “2019 Global and Regional Stored Grain Protectants Market Research Report Forecast 2025”.

PUNE , MAHARASHTRA, INDIA, September 20, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Report Description:

Grain protectants are one of many management tools for preventing pests in stored grain and have a particular role in unsealed storage and seed storage.

The study of the Global Stored Grain Protectants Market has been done in an extensive manner to grab precise insights. A thorough secondary research is undertaken to accumulate information about the market, the parent market, and the peer market. The findings were then validated through primary research by conducting interviews of industry experts and key opinion leaders (KOLs) across the value chain. Following this, both top-down as well as bottom-up methodologies were employed to project the overall market size. Lastly, the market is effectively branched down and data triangulation procedures are implemented to ascertain the size of each segment and subsegment.

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The report has covered the global Stored Grain Protectants market and analyzed its potential to determine the statistics and information about the size of the market, share percentage, challenges, opportunities, and growth factors. It is curated with an intention of offering cutting-edge market intelligence and aid decision makers or industry participants to make sound investment choices. Besides, the report also dives deep into analyzing the emerging and existing trends in the global market. Additionally, information is also mentioned concerning the various market entry strategies employed by companies across the global.

North America accounted for the largest share in the stored grain protectants market in 2017, followed by Asia Pacific and Europe. The rising population and decreasing arable land have led to an increase in the demand for food security and food safety, globally. Additionally, the growing concerns of food grain damage and deterioration due to pest manifestations have led to the increased use of stored grain protectants for food grains. Developing regions such as Asia Pacific and Africa lack the infrastructure needed for technological advancements and the awareness of efficient grain storage methods.

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The following manufacturers are covered:
Dowdupont
BASF
Bayer
Syngenta
Sumitomo Chemical
FMC
Nufarm
UPL
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Andrew Jones Auctions' next Design for the Home and Garden Auction will be held October 20th, online and in Los Angeles

Red lacquer and cellulose nitrate on brass sculpture by Giacomo Balla (Italian, 1871–1958), titled Linee di forza del pugno di Boccioni II (1968), numbered 5/9 (est. $50,000-$70,000).

Oil on canvas painting by Theodore Earl Butler (American, 1861-1936), titled La Seine à Port-Villez, 23 inches by 28 inches (est. $12,000-$18,000).

Oil on canvas painting by Carl Oscar Borg (Swedish/American, 1879-1947), titled Montecito looking towards the Rincon, signed lower left, 29 inches by 33 ½ inches (est. $25,000-$35,000).

Oil on canvas board painting by Helen Layfield Bradley (British, 1900-1979), titled Alice Ann and Jim Wilson are Married… (1968), 17 ½ inches by 21 ½ inches (est. $25,000-$35,000).

Late 18th century Louis XVI gilt bronze cartel clock by Charles Baltazar, 43 ½ inches tall by 18 inches wide (est. $4,000-$6,000).

The sale will feature nearly 400 lots of important fine art, design, antiques and accessories from collections across the country and throughout California.

A year and a month have passed since our inaugural auction and in that time we have achieved our first world record price, met new clients and welcomed old friends.”

— Andrew Jones

DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES, CA, UNITED STATES, September 19, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Andrew Jones Auctions’ upcoming Design for the Home and Garden Auction on Sunday, October 20th, will feature nearly 400 lots of important fine art, design, antiques and accessories from collections across the country and throughout California, online and live in the gallery at 2221 South Main Street in downtown Los Angeles.

The sale will feature property from prominent collections in New York, Utah and, of course, California, including items from the estate of Richard E. Faggioli, the Schutzenberger family collection in Rancho Palos Verdes, the estate of Marion Scharffenberger of Rolling Hills, and merchandise from collectors in Montecito, Century City, Palm Desert and Pasadena, California.

Also offered will be a wonderful selection from the collection of Connie and Bill McNally of Rancho Santa Fe, as well as property from the estate of the late actor Peter Falk of Columbo fame and the marvelous collections of Kate Edelman Johnson, Ann Turkel and Richard Harris.

“A year and a month have passed since our inaugural auction and in that time we have achieved our first world record price, met new clients and welcomed old friends,” said company president and CEO Andrew Jones. “Being entrusted with significant works and collections and achieving great results is what we do best.”

One of the most striking pieces in the auction is the Giacomo Balla edition Linee di forza del pugno di Boccioni II, circa 1968, from a private collection (est. $50,000-$70,000). The work is derived from maquettes and watercolors of the 1910s a century ago, produced as one of nine under the direction of L’Obelisco gallery in 1968. It is a three-dimensional manifestation of the dynamic symbol of the Italian Futurist movement.

Other highlights of modern and contemporary design include a selection from a private Century City and Palm Desert collection, such as the Hiroshi Yamano glass sculpture titled East to West Fish Catcher, No. 176, 2002 (est. $2,500-$3,500) and a gorgeous Martin Blank Cranberry Lotus Flower from 2016 (est. $2,500-$3,500). Also from the collection is a whimsical Woods Davy stone and glass table (est. $2,500-$3,500). Modern silver from Allan Adler, Theo Fennell, Georg Jensen, Jean Puiforcat, Tapio Wirkkala and others will complement the modern design category.

The fine art offerings range from 18th century to modern, including a serene Giverny scene titled La Seine à Port-Villez by American expat artist Theodore Earl Butler, from the Schutzenberger family collection (est. $12,000-$18,000).

A selection of American Impressionist works from a private Montecito collector features a number of local scenes, including a Carl Oscar Borg view of Montecito looking towards the Rincon (est. $25,000-$35,000) and two works by Lockwood de Forest, View at the Rincon, done in 1905 (est. $1,000-$1,500) and Santa Barbara Mission, rendered in 1903 (est. $4,000-$6,000).

A charming piece by Helen Layfield Bradley with a long, narrative title abridged to Alice Ann and Jim Wilson are Married…,1968 (est. $25,000-$35,000) has a story to tell. Continental paintings will be led by a pair of large capriccio scenes, painted in the manner of Claude Lorraine (est. $6,000-$8,000).

Fine antiques and furnishings feature a sinuous George III exotic hardwood serpentine commode from the collection of an English gentleman (est. $5,000-$7,000). An interesting group of Swedish furniture and decorative arts encompasses a set of eight Gustavian chairs (est. $4,000-$6,000), a pair of luminous gilt bronze and agate candelabra (est. $3,000-$5,000) and a clear and emerald glass chandelier (est. $4,000-$6,000) among other pieces.

A grand Louis XVI gilt bronze cartel clock by Charles Baltazar (est. $4,000-$6,000) and a good French gilt bronze and breccia candelabrum by Henry Dasson (est. $3,000-$5,000) are part of a private Salt Lake City collection. A private Pasadena collector is offering two pieces by Gustav Stickley’s Craftsman Workshops: a tall chest of drawers (est. $3,000-$5,000) and a standing lamp previously in the collection of the legendary singer Barbra Streisand (est. $600-$800).

Additional highlights include three Pacific Basin limestone covered urns, probably Mindanao, (each est. $800-$1,200) and a pair of Continental painted leather four-panel screens decorated with panoramic cityscapes, from the collection of Connie and Bill McNally, formerly in the private collection of the singer Cher and prior to that from the estate of Marjorie Merriweather Post from Mar-a-Lago (est. $3,000-$5,000).

The auction will start promptly at 10:30 am Pacific time. Internet bidding will be facilitated by LiveAuctioneers.com and Invaluable.com. Previews will be held at the gallery Thursday thru Saturday, October 17th-19th, from 10-5 (Pacific). Phone and absentee bids will also be accepted.

Opened summer 2018 in downtown Los Angeles, Andrew Jones Auctions is a full-service fine art and antiques auction house with an understanding of the market trends and foresight for the 21st century. The staff has a wealth of knowledge with international experience, having worked for many years at major international auction houses in America and Europe, sourcing property from across North America. The sales are diverse and eclectic, featuring items from the antiquity to the 21st century.

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University Archives' Oct. 2 auction will feature items pertaining to Walt Disney, George Washington, JFK, Neil Armstrong

Letter penned and signed in 1781 by then-General George Washington as Commander in Chief of the Continental Army, saying his troops “have crossed the Delaware” (est. $50,000-$60,000).

Walt Disney twice-signed, pre-IPO stock certificate for Walt Disney Incorporated, one of only six such certificates in existence, for 142 ½ shares and from 1955 (est. $26,000-$28,000).

Color photo inscribed and signed by Apollo 11 astronaut Neil Armstrong, 13 ¾ inches by 10 ¾ inches (less frame), showing fellow astronaut Buzz Aldrin on the moon (est. $5,000-$6,000).

JFK’s official “Schedule of the President, Texas, Nov. 21-22”, dated Nov. 20, 1963, issued by the Office of the White House Press Secretary with changes in red pencil (est. $10,000-$12,000).

Two-page letter with five handwritten lines and the signature of Peter the Great (Tsar Peter I of Russia, 1672-1725), in Russian, in which he discusses naval artillery (est. $15,000-$20,000).

The auction is packed with an important selection of autographed documents, manuscripts, books and photos – 240 lots in all, starting at 10:30 am Eastern time.

We have a massive amount of material relating to foreign leaders, particularly Russian. There’s a long list of items signed by Romanov emperors and empresses.”

— John Reznikoff

WESTPORT, CT, UNITED STATES, September 19, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — A letter handwritten and signed by George Washington, a Walt Disney twice-signed stock certificate, JFK’s official schedule from the day of his assassination in 1963, a document signed by Russian czar Peter I, and a large Apollo 11 lunar landing photo signed by Neil Armstrong are just a few highlight lots in University Archives’ October 2nd online auction.

The auction will begin at 10:30 am Eastern time. Live bidding has already been posted online and bidding is available via LiveAuctioneers.com, Invaluable.com and Auctionzip.com. The auction is packed with an important selection of autographed documents, manuscripts, books and photos – 240 lots in all. Folks can visit the website and browse at www.UniversityArchives.com.

Categories include Americana (including presidents, Declaration and Constitution signers, Rev. War and Civil War), foreign leaders and royalty (featuring such luminaries as Napoleon, Winston Churchill, Nelson Mandela, Lady Diana, Benito Mussolini, Nelson Mandela, Catherine II, Wilhelm II and Ferdinand & Isabella), business and finance, aviation and space, art, literature, music and crime.

“We have a massive amount of material relating to foreign leaders, particularly Russian,” said John Reznikoff, president and owner of University Archives. “There’s a long list of items signed by Romanov emperors and empresses. The sale is also strong in the history of American business and finance, with lots of documents that pertain to tycoons, bankers and speculators.”

In the early American history category, the sale features Civil War battlefield maps and materials relating to United States presidents and their wives. Aviation and space has items pertaining to Charles Lindbergh, Orville Wright and Robert E. Peary. Collectors of literary, artistic, and musical figures, as well as sports, entertainment and crime memorabilia, are almost certain to find what they’re looking for.

The letter penned and signed by then-General George Washington as Commander in Chief of the Continental Army, dated Jan. 28, 1781 and addressed “to the Officer Commanding the Jersey Troops at Pompton”, is historically important because he writes that his troops “have crossed the Delaware” – a reference to one of the key moments in American history (est. $50,000-$60,000).

The Walt Disney twice-signed, pre-IPO stock certificate for Walt Disney Incorporated, one of only six such certificates in existence, is expected to climb to $26,000-$28,000 (it previously sold at auction in 2002 for $26,800). The certificate, in the amount of 142 ½ shares of “Wed Enterprises, Inc.” (formerly Walt Disney, Inc.) is from 1955, the year that Disneyland opened.

The color photo inscribed and signed by Apollo 11 astronaut Neil Armstrong is 13 ¾ inches by 10 ¾ inches (less frame) and shows fellow astronaut Buzz Aldrin on the moon, standing near the lunar module’s landing gear. Armstrong writes, “To Elton, With sincere thanks for being both one step ahead of us and one step behind us throughout ‘GIANT STEP’”. (est. $5,000-$6,000).

JFK’s official three-page “Schedule of the President, Texas, Nov. 21-22”, dated Nov. 20, 1963, was issued by the Office of the White House Press Secretary and shows changes in red pencil. A second copy, with no red pencil notes, is also included (est. $10,000-$12,000). The schedule is mounted on gray construction paper. It gives a full two-day itinerary for JFK and Mrs. Kennedy.

The two-page letter with five handwritten lines and the signature of Peter the Great (Tsar Peter I of Russia, 1672-1725) is expected to fetch $15,000-$20,000. The letter is in Russian. In it, Peter (or “Piotr”, as he signed it) discusses naval artillery. It was issued from St. Petersburg, Peter’s newly constructed capital, in 1715. The lot includes three vintage portrait engravings of Peter.

Another noteworthy George Washington lot is a letter written by the then-General on June 11, 1783, to Jonathan Trumbull, explaining his request for half pay for life for Revolutionary War officers. It has a pre-sale estimate of $14,000-$15,000. Also, a manuscript document signed by John Witherspoon, a signer of the Declaration of Independence, from 1773. Witherspoon was the then-President of the college that would later become Princeton University (est. $6,000-$8,000).

Another Declaration signer – Joseph Hewes, one of three delegates from North Carolina – is represented in the sale with a one-page signed document from 1765, boasting a perfect, elegant signature (est. $5,000-$6,000). The same estimate has been assigned to a Civil War Battle of Chancellorsville (Va.) set of maps, showing the battlefield situation at 7:30 pm on May 2, 1863, after Stonewall Jackson’s bold flank assault, drawn by the Union surgeon Augustus C. Hamlin.

A single-page autograph letter signed on White House letterhead by Franklin D. Roosevelt, to Norman Davis, President of the Council on Foreign Relations, in which he writes to help his longtime mistress Lucy Mercer’s daughter, boldly signed “FDR”, should reach $8,000-$9,000. Also, a black and white photo of the renowned American architect frank Lloyd Wright, signed and inscribed “To Arthur” by Wright and dated “Aug 12/52”, should sell for $4,000-$5,000.

University Archives has become world-renowned as a go-to source for rare items of this kind. It is actively seeking quality material for future auctions, presenting a rare opportunity for sellers.

“We can offer up to a 100 percent cash advance and a highly competitive commission structure,” Reznikoff said. “We’re only able to do this owing to our position in the industry as the premier auction house for signed historical documents, letters and manuscripts. Our reputation is rock-solid worldwide and has been earned over a period of four decades. People respect us globally.”

Anyone who has a single item or a collection that may be a fit for a future University Archives auction may call Mr. Reznikoff at 203-454-0111, or email him at john@universityarchives.com.

University Archives was founded in 1979, as a division of University Stamp Company, by Mr. Reznikoff, who started collecting stamps and coins in 1968, while in the third grade. Industry-wide, Reznikoff is considered the leading authenticity expert for manuscripts and documents. He consults with law enforcement, dealers, auction houses and both major authentication companies.

For more information about University Archives and the Wednesday, October 2nd Internet-only auction, please visit www.universityarchives.com. For phone bidding, please call 203-454-0111.

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Product Overview and Scope of Worldwide Hormone Refractory Breast Cancer Market 2019

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Breast cancer is the most common cancer that affects the women of the developed as well as the developing countries. The hormone-refractory breast cancer market is growing owing to the increase in the number of hormone therapies. Hormone refractory breast cancer refers to the growing resistance of breast cancer towards hormone therapy due to its continuous use. The increase in the aging population and the growth in the number of individuals affected by breast cancer further accelerate the growth.

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The increase in the incidence of breast cancer across the globe is a key driving factor of the global hormone-refractory breast cancer market. The increase in the investments for research and development of breast cancer drugs and the rise in demand for advanced therapeutics are some other factors that contribute towards the growth of the market. The growth in urbanization and the increasing in the adoption of western lifestyle also boost the market growth.

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The evolution of new chemical entities (NCEs) for the different phases of the clinical trials is the recent development in the industry. The top players of the market are adopting the strategy of innovation to maintain their position in the competitive market. The emergence of effective therapies to treat hormone-refractory breast cancer will lead to the success of the industry in the future.

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Luxury Hats Industry 2019 Global Production,Supply,Sales and Future Demand Market Research Report to 2025

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Luxury Hats Industry 2019

Description:-

A hat is a head covering which is worn for various reasons, including protection against weather conditions, ceremonial reasons such as university graduation, religious reasons, safety, or as a fashion accessory. In the past, hats were an indicator of social status. In the military, hats may denote nationality, branch of service, rank or regiment. Police typically wear distinctive hats such as peaked caps or brimmed hats, such as those worn by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. Some hats have a protective function. As examples, the hard hat protects construction workers' heads from injury by falling objects and a British police Custodian helmet protects the officer's head, a sun hat shades the face and shoulders from the sun, a cowboy hat protects against sun and rain and a Ushanka fur hat with fold-down earflaps keeps the head and ears warm. Some hats are worn for ceremonial purposes, such as the mortarboard, which is worn (or carried) during university graduation ceremonies. Some hats are worn by members of a certain profession, such as the Toque worn by chefs. Some hats have religious functions, such as the mitres worn by Bishops and the turban worn by Sikhs.

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ECOnscious
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