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Miami News and Opinion on all Florida News in The Huffington Post



The people of not only Broward but all of South Florida want and should demand the car service Uber.

Florida, due to its lack of action on the matter, has 30 years of data and success rates around the country and around the world to verify that Needle-exchange programs work as they take yet another year to make a decision to start one.



Miami Beach is a town marked by transience. Bars and restaurants open and shutter. Luxury condos rise onto the skyline, then fall into foreclosure. Tourists cycle through. Transplants get sucked in, overdose, and move back home.



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Marketing & Advertising :: Colors effect the human mind behavior

Colors are very important to select when you decided to paint your house, office or factory, because it not only makes walls look great, it also acts as an catalyst which accelerate mood and positive state of mind. Bright colors keep your mind alert while dull colors make you feel sad, this affects human behavior and work output.



Lot of research is done worldwide to examine how Colors affect human minds and how it can be applied to improve interior of house or office. The research also covered psychology of color that affects mind and sleep.

Technically colors are classified into warm and cool by researchers, at home one should use soft colors as you want to relax and you spend time with the family, bright colors don't allow you to relax, while in commercial place it is important that you use bright colors like Yellow, Orange, Blue, Red, etc... before selecting any color shades it is also important to know how big is the carpet area of the room or the floor, bright colors are more attractive in big spaces, like conference hall, movie theater, etc... for small rooms light colors are ideal.



The mental effects caused by different color are important to consider when designing the interior of any building, like orange color stimulates appetite, it would be smart idea to apply such color in dining area, Brown color would act as good accent color because it would help to create an order and flow within the building, cooking area is would be more effective with Yellow color as it represent and allows creativity, you can also consider white in Kitchen space would make it feel big and maintain fresh air and cleanliness. In all the areas where high energy activity is expected warm colors would be ideal, for bedrooms red color will introduce lot of excitement.





But one should not forget only colors don't are not the only thing that makes walls look good, it is also the skill of the painter which affects the texture and surface finish of the walls, you should have the right company to do this, most of the experienced painting contractor Bonton Beach Florida would help you to find the right quality and shades, also remember to check license for Painting company Boton beach as there are lot of new companies which don't have proper insurance as well as license to do the job, by selecting a correct painting company you can always relax that the job would be right done.



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Painting sold for $5,212 in 2013 now worth millions

Story highlightsJohn Constable painting was sold in 2013 for $5,212"Salisbury Cathedral from the Meadows" fetched $5.2 million this weekExperts at rival auction houses disagree on the painting's authenticityThat price was well above Christie's auction house estimated value of $760 to $1,200.



This week, however, the painting's price jumped dramatically -- 1,000 times its previous value -- at a Sotheby's auction in New York.

It sold Wednesday for $5.2 million.

The discrepancy in the value of "Salisbury Cathedral from the Meadows" is due to a difference of opinion by art experts at the rival auction houses.

Christie's analyzed the painting in 2013 and declared that it was the work of a follower of John Constable -- not a creation of the famed English Romantic landscape artist himself.

But Sotheby's claimed it was an original Constable made in preparation for another work owned by the Tate gallery in London.



The auction house valued the painting at between $2 million and $3 million.



Anne Lyles, former 18th and 19th century British art curator at the Tate, wrote in catalog for the Sotheby's auction that "the present work by Constable was heavily retouched with a dark and opaque pigments which probably dated to the late 19th or early 20th century, in a misguided attempt to 'finish' the painting."

Lyles wrote that this was the reason why Christie's "overlooked" its authenticity in 2013.

"The retouchings on the present painting were readily soluble in the course of its recent cleaning, and Constable's original and brilliant conception has been once again revealed," Lyles wrote.

Christie's, however, said that experts disagree about the painting's authenticity.

"We are aware that Sotheby's have sold this work as by Constable," the auction house said in a statement. "We took the view at the time of our sale in 2013 that it was by a 'follower of.' We understand that there is no clear consensus of expertise on the new attribution."

Mystery masterpiece a Rembrandt

Lyles wrote that the painting recently sold was one of five preliminary oil sketches, precursors to "perhaps the greatest of his late masterpieces," a work that goes by the same name.

According to Sotheby's, it is believed the sketch was possibly sold by the artist in 1837 for 6 pounds -- or about $9 today.



John Constable (1776-1837) was famous for his landscapes of the English countryside, particularly scenes of his native Suffolk.



In 2012, the Constable painting "The Lock" became one of the most expensive British paintings ever sold, fetching £22.4m ($34.8 million) at an auction at Christie's in London.



Read more: Mona Lisa model found in crypt?

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Weddings | Examiner.com

Too many weddings? Here's how not to go broke.





As your wedding invitations pile up, so do your expenses. These days, much of the high cost of attending weddings comes from travel expenses, which stack on top of bridesmaid dresses, shoes, hair, gifts and more. There are ways to cut some of...



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