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Pandora Jewelry In Talks For Big Office Lease In Downtown Baltimore

short wedding hairstyles Kelly Sargent , a spokeswoman for building owner Tier REIT, confirmed the lease is under negotiations but said she could not say how many square feet are in play. Sargent said Cushman & Wakefield brokers are in talks with Pandora but nothing has been finalized. Brokers at Cushman & Wakefield declined to comment. Keshia Hollan , a spokeswoman for Pandora, said that the company nearing capacity at its existing location in Columbia and has "only started the preliminary process of exploring potential expansion." Pandora North America currently leases about 28,600 square feet on Robert Fulton Drive in Columbia, according to CoStar Group Inc. The space houses the companys top North America executives. Scott Burger is president of Pandoras North American operations. Cushman & Wakefields marketing materials indicates naming rights are available for the 382,300-square-foot 250 W.
Source: http://www.bizjournals.com/baltimore/blog/real-estate/2014/03/pandora-jewelry-250-w-pratt-st-office-space.html

Guns, jewelry, ammo allegedly stolen in 3 Oceana County home invasions

Various items were taken during the three break-ins, including cash, ammunition and guns. Heres a breakdown of the three incidents, according to the sheriffs office: On March 7 in the 1700 block of West Buchanan Road in Shelby Township a home was entered and a television, liquor and.22-caliber ammunition was allegedly stolen. Some change was stolen from that home as well. On March 7 in the 2000 block of West Buchanan Road in Shelby Township a home was broken into and several pieces of jewelry were allegedly taken. On March 9 in the 1300 Block of West Arthur Road in Grant Township a home was entered and several guns were allegedly taken along with some other minor items.
Source: http://www.mlive.com/news/muskegon/index.ssf/2014/03/3_oceana_county_home_invasions.html

New York Woman Has Platinum Jewelry Inserted into Her Eyeball

He also adds that it has been done hundreds of times in Europe and in Los Angeles before. The procedure involves making a very tiny incision in the clear covering of the eye, or skin of the eye. The platinum is then inserted. I dont have to suture it up because its so small and it just closes up after three days, Dr. Chynn explains, as cited by Black Book. Kristina Kovalevskaya paid $3,000 (2,159) to have the 3.5mm (0.13inch) bling placed on the white of her right eyeball. Im a person who likes extremes.
Source: http://news.softpedia.com/news/New-York-Woman-Has-Platinum-Jewelry-Inserted-Into-Her-Eyeball-431312.shtml

Local Jewelry Artisans, Beth Martin and Eva Sherman, invite community to first book signing and trunk show at BAYarts

Sherman said Martin was one of my very first instructors. Their different styles balance each other. Shermans knowledge of metals and wire and Martins love and collection of sea glass and stones is a perfect complement. When not teaching her craft at BAYarts or Grand River Beads Studio, Martin can be found collecting sea glass on the shores of Lake Erie. She said that she was inspired to share her love of sea glass, teaching and jewelry design through this tutorial style book. Martin said that they never tumble their sea glass but prefer to collect and preserve it in its natural, beautiful state.
Source: http://www.cleveland.com/rocky-river/index.ssf/2014/03/local_jewelry_artisans_beth_ma.html