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This week: Email blackouts, password panics and Fabergé eggs
Irish Times

This week: Email blackouts, password panics and Fabergé eggs

Image of the week: Easter egg One man's trash, is a 19th-century Tsarina's treasure. The story goes that an unidentified scrap metal dealer from the US Midwest picked up this gold egg trinket at a flea market and planned to melt it down, but ... Irish Times, 6 days ago

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NEWS.com.au

Orphan who became a billionaire

Source: Supplied SHE-S been dubbed the Russian "Tsarina," a former circuit-board-equipment seller who happened to sit next to one of the world's richest business moguls on a plane ? and now heads his company. Meet Margarita Louis-Dreyfus, the ...
 NEWS.com.au1 month ago The orphan who became a billionaire  Herald Sun1 month ago Meet Russia's billionnaire 'Tsarina'  One News Page1 month ago Meet the billionaire Russian 'Tsarina'  Channel40001 month ago
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Infomine

Faberge Masterpiece Given Royal Treatment

By The St. Petersburg Times Published: April 16, 2014 (Issue # 1806) A scrap-metal dealer bought the lost Imperial Easter Egg for a mere $14,000. Photo: Wartski, London With Easter just a few days away and the recent discovery of the ...
 St. Petersburg Times Russia2 days ago This $33.3 million Faberge golden egg was minutes away from being melted as scrap  Infomine4 weeks ago Dealer cracks case of missing Faberge egg  Gulf News4 weeks ago Faberge egg turns up in scrap dealer's kitchen  Sydney Morning Herald4 weeks ago
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Russian decorative arts book written by Cynthia Coleman Sparke offers secrets of the Tsars

LONDON .- With Easter drawing near and the recent discovery of The Third Imperial Easter Egg, thought lost for over 100 years, all eyes are on the legendary Russian designer, Fabergé. Each of the 50 Fabergé eggs created for the Tsar took one year ...
 Artdaily.org4 days ago

Theatre in Review: Heathers (New World Stages)

When did the musical theatre become a charnel house? I mean, really, people: I remember when Oklahoma! was known as the rare musical in which someone is killed. Sweeney Todd was quite the shocker in 1979, what with all those dead bodies being ground ...
 Lighting and Sound America1 week ago

Feminization Of Church Leadership 1 JOHN KAMUNYANJE

The motivation behind it is unclear. Others are saying it is being done to appease the gender commandos while others are saying it is because men are trying to make up for years of male chauvinism. Still others claim that it is being done because ...
 Modern Ghana1 week ago
New York Social Diary

The Main Attraction

Taking literary shelter along Fifth Avenue. 1:00 PM. Photo: JH. Wednesday, April 9, 2014. Yesterday was another beautiful early Spring day in New York with temperatures reaching up to the mid-60s. Yesterday on the NYSD, John Foreman's fascinating ...
 New York Social Diary1 week ago
Afternoon Despatch & Courier

By an A-lister about A-listers for other A-listers

That's a lot of A-listing, but when the driver is Nawaz Modi Singhania, what do you expect! On Saturday, she held a preview of her new solo art exhibition titled (a little unimaginatively, we thought) 'Portrait Study of Well Known Personalities' at ...
 Afternoon Despatch & Courier1 week ago

Harrods and Faberg Team Up with Miroslava Duma

Style icon Miroslava Duma has collaborated with iconic artist jeweller Fabergé and Harrods for the ongoing exclusive event A Fabergé Easter at Harrods. And everything about this partnership is extravagantly sparkling… Miroslava Duma, who ...
 Luxpresso1 week ago Miroslava Duma Partners With Fabergé  WWD.com2 weeks ago

Opinion: The Bear Comes Uninvited to Crimea

The uninvited guest is worse than a Tatar! This is how Alexander Pushkin begins Tsar Saltan , a fable in verse he composed in 1830. The founder of Russian literature, Pushkin came to know the Tatars when he spent two years in Crimea in the 1820s.
 Asharq Al Awsat2 weeks ago
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