Furman

27 Jun 19
Yirah Group

June 27, 2019 by: Gloria Furman A Picture of the Gospel There are many ways that childbirth points us to the gospel. I’ll pick one way: the painful one. Even the ordinary, globally experienced phenomenon of birth pain points us to the gospel. I think it’s just beautiful how God, in the mind of the […]

27 Jun 19
kristen wetherell

Today’s “First Look” interview is with Elliot Clark, author of the excellent book Evangelism as Exiles.

27 Jun 19
GolfBlogger Golf Blog

HOME COOKING: Hot Putter Helps Crystal Mountain’s Anika Dy Win 2019 Michigan PGA Women’s Open Championship   THOMPSONVILLE – Traverse City’s Anika Dy had home-course advantage and more importantly a sizzling putter on the back nine.   It added up to five-shot victory  in the 26th Michigan PGA Open Championship for the 17-year-old Crystal Mountain Resort […]

26 Jun 19
Archy Worldys

Alanna Kelly UPDATE: 16:45 A heavy thunderstorm has left the Okanagan Valley and heads for the Fraser Valley. Environment Canada said the clock for Kelowna, Penticton and Vernon had moved to Fraser Valley East and Central, including Hope and Chilliwack. The guard for the Okanagan Valley ended at 15:55. UPDATE: 11:15 At the moment, a […]

26 Jun 19
InMenlo

We had reached out to Menlo Park resident Linda Boroff after learning she’d won first prize in the Ageless Authors competition for her memoir, What’s So Funny? A Love Story. The judges noted she used “an extensive vocabulary and attention to detail to chart a family’s humorous descent out of the middle class.” “I never expected to […]

26 Jun 19
CBS Sacramento

With gold prices rising to a six-year high, people are starting to cash in by trading in their old jewelry.

26 Jun 19
CBS Atlanta

With gold prices rising to a six-year high, people are starting to cash in by trading in their old jewelry.

26 Jun 19
CBS Baltimore

With gold prices rising to a six-year high, people are starting to cash in by trading in their old jewelry.

26 Jun 19
CBS Connecticut
NEW YORK (CBS Local) — With gold prices rising to a six-year high, people are starting to cash in by trading in their old jewelry. Refiners and recyclers of gold, including Empire Gold Buyers and House of Kahn Estate Jewelers, say business is booming as investor interest in the precious metal returns after it mostly languished below $1,350 an ounce for years. “People are coming out of the trenches,” Empire Gold Buyers CEO Gene Furman told Bloomberg. “Cartier, Rolexes, Tiffanys, Van Cleefs: we see an uptick in the luxury market because people need to raise money.” People are trading in their old jewelry and watches as gold hits a 6-year-high ⌚️https://t.co/wVfeNwK9L9 — Bloomberg (@business) June 25, 2019   “The tides are turning big time,” said Tobina Kahn, president of House of Kahn Estate Jewelers. “As a gemologist, I’m a buyer, if I can see that gold is continuing to go up, I’m more confident about paying more for it than having it go down.” On Tuesday, Gold climbed for a sixth straight session to settle at $1,423.44 an ounce in the spot market in New York.
26 Jun 19
CBS Chicago

With gold prices rising to a six-year high, people are starting to cash in by trading in their old jewelry.

26 Jun 19
CBS Dallas / Fort Worth

With gold prices rising to a six-year high, people are starting to cash in by trading in their old jewelry.

26 Jun 19
CBS Denver

With gold prices rising to a six-year high, people are starting to cash in by trading in their old jewelry.

26 Jun 19
CBS Detroit

With gold prices rising to a six-year high, people are starting to cash in by trading in their old jewelry.

26 Jun 19
CBS Las Vegas

With gold prices rising to a six-year high, people are starting to cash in by trading in their old jewelry.

26 Jun 19
CBS Los Angeles

With gold prices rising to a six-year high, people are starting to cash in by trading in their old jewelry.