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Lost music and film history- Where has the memorabilia gone?

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    Silently sitting in Mariah Carey’s penthouse, Marilyn Monroe’s white piano is locked away from the world. Sold at a private Christies auction in 1999, it is unclear If the public will ever be able to view it again. Private auctions of personal collections including that of Marilyn Monroe’s and more recently Audrey Hepburn’s raise an important question, Is the sale of personal memorabilia threatening the loss of music and film history forever? Auction houses are cashing in, generating profits boasting far higher than their estimates as private buyers attempt to invest and own a part of history. Christie's recent auction of Audrey Hepburn’s personal collection saw her Burberry trench coat circa 1980’s sold for £68,500. A far cry from the £9000 it was estimated a
Regulators warn gambling sites for creating advertisements appealing to children

Regulators warn gambling sites for creating advertisements appealing to children

#breakingnews, children, Media, News, Tech, Technology, trends
Regulators have sent letters to more than 450 online gambling sites to immediately amend or remove advertisements appealing to children. William Hill and Bet365 are few to be named. The joint letter sent by the Gambling Commission, the Advertising Standards Authority, the Committee of Advertising Practice and the Remote Gambling Association said the companies needed to advertise responsibly. The Regulators said its “unacceptable” to exploit children by advertising brightly colored and appealing cartoon characters. Tim Miller, executive director at Gambling Commission said new technology created “opportunities but also new risks”.   Fluffy Favorites, Pirate Princess, Piggy Payout, Jack and the Beanstalk are the few prominent ones. Even though some games are free to play, a
How Tottenham’s Youth Team is shaping the next generation of footballers

How Tottenham’s Youth Team is shaping the next generation of footballers

Breaking News, Sport, trends
England put up an incredible degree of patience, courage, and crucially a burning desire to beat Spain 5-2 in the final of the U-17 championship in India. The triumph is a quick follow up to the FIFA U-20 World Cup triumph, making it the first time ever in the history of English Football that they have won both the U-17 and the U-20 World Cups in the same year. At the heart of both success stories has been Tottenham Hotspurs, whose famed youth system is finally getting the praise and plaudits after producing multiple talents over the years. “We are happy that most of our players are beginning to show what we have been teaching them all along and I am very certain that we have a bright future,” Tottenham’s U-17 coach William Antwi told WestminsterWorld “We have some of the b
Mainstream Vegan: UK’s economy becomes greener

Mainstream Vegan: UK’s economy becomes greener

Animals, Culture, economy, Experience, Food, Health, Taste, trends, Uncategorized
It's official. UK lactose intolerants are cheering and hipsters are more mainstream than ever. Dairy-free milks have been added for the first time ever to the inflation basket. The results published by the Office for National Statistics included soya and almond milk to a list which the main purpose is to serve as a reference of the actual consumer trends. The Office and several analysts point out that this may have happened due to the recent growth of "free-from" diets such as Veganism. A new wave of millennials addicted to new trends and worried about their health have pushed these products up to the top of the list. Every day we see in supermarkets how new meat-free, gluten-free or dairy-free options appear on the shelves, on most occasions, at a high value. This can be explained as a