The rich really are different. Case in point, the invitation only Wednesday night event at Art Basel Miami Beach called Vernissage.
Ornate furniture and decorations adorned the famous Casa Casurina, better known as the Versace Mansion, as media members got an exclusive look at the home before it hits the auction block next month.
At 4 p.m. ET on Tuesday afternoon, Major League Baseball’s non-waiver Trade Deadline passed with 19 teams within five games of postseason contention. For the first time ever, a record 10 clubs will earn an invite to MLB’s postseason dance. As a result, the rumor mill was churning at full speed up to the last possible second. When all the dust had settled, several franchises and millions of fans had new players for which to root.
From cars, to lawn mowers, and even musical instruments, people are letting videos sell their stuff for them online.
Miami’s depressed condo market is getting a boost from abroad.
No question, there’s money to be made in art. Just ask Ramon Cernuda of Coral Gables. Cernuda, a first-time participant at the spectacular Art Basel exhibition on Miami Beach, said he made a spectacular sale on the first day, selling a Wilfredo Lam work for $3 million.