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Source: Fox News

German woman known as 'scammer socialite' will likely get deported

Today 00:33 GMT

Anna Delvey, the infamous "scammer socialite" who posed as a wealthy heiress to infiltrate the upper echelon of New York City's social scene, is facing deportation after her trial concludes.

Prosecutors have reportedly offered her three to nine years behind bars in exchange for a guilty plea, but she continues to plead not guilty.

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Source: The Guradian

The grassroots coalition that took on Amazon ... and won

Sunday 22:44 GMT

Though the first public poll, and every subsequent poll, would show majority support for the Amazon deal among Queens residents – a point made often by Amazon – the #NoAmazon coalition still felt they had strong support in the neighborhoods that would be most affected by the Amazon campus.

In the weeks since the Amazon deal’s collapse, the media narrative has centered on the role played by local politicians, particularly that of state Senator Michael Gianaris, in turning the tide against Amazon.

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Source: Common Domain

Mansion Global Daily: Slovenia's Strong Year, Bieber Looking in Beverly Hills and More

Friday 15:25 GMT

Read More. Justin Bieber Rumored to Have Bought Beverly Hills Home Justin Bieber has reportedly purchased an $8.5 million home in Beverly Hills, California.

The five-bedroom house stretches across 6,100 square feet and has a theater, wet bar, cabana, fire pit and an entertainment area that took its inspiration from the Beverly Hills Hotel.

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Source: Common Domain

Auction Houses to Reveal Iconic Photography Collections in April

Friday 15:25 GMT

Auction houses Christie’s and Sotheby’s, as well as The Photography Show, the longest-running exhibition dedicated to photographic mediums, will unveil precious images from around the world as part of a host of auctions, sales, and exhibitions happening during the first week of April in New York City.

For non-personal use or to order multiple copies, please contact Dow Jones Reprints at 1-800-843-0008 or visit www.djreprints.com.

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Source: The Guradian

'I feel like a pariah' – how art dealer Mary Boone fell from grace

Friday 15:25 GMT

Most of the art openings were a celebration during Armory week in New York, the city’s foremost art fair – but there was one that was bittersweet.

“Mary Boone has been a terrific gallery for many years, so it’s obviously an unfortunate situation that impacts not only her, but her employees and artists, as well as the larger art world,” said John Massier, visual arts curator of Hallwalls Contemporary Art Center in Buffalo, New York. “Perhaps her unfortunate circumstance might prompt others to employ best practices and more transparency.”


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