See inside ex-Pacer Justin Holiday’s newly sold $2.3M Fishers mansion

Former Pacers player Justin Holiday is unloading the posh Fishers mansion he bought during his playing time in Indiana. Holiday put the 9,271-square-foot home with a salt water pool, heated flooring in the master bathroom and “stunning waterfall island” on the market 10 days ago.

As of Sunday night, the home listed at $2.3 million, had an accepted offer.

Holiday bought the estate at 235 Breakwater Drive in January 2021, according to Hamilton County real estate records. Since being traded by the Pacers in February to the Sacramento Kings and then, this month, traded to the Atlanta Hawks, Holiday had no need for his luxurious Indiana home.

Listing agent Ashlee Rush with FC Tucker, the real estate company selling the property, says that a sale is pending on the five-bedroom, eight-bath home. A look inside shows a meticulous interior with all the perks that go with an estate listed

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Victoria Beckham Has The Chicest Holiday Wardrobe In Saint-Tropez

Victoria Beckham wears red swimsuit on yacht, echoes Baywatch! Gigi Hadid joins family at sea! The headlines from the Beckhams’ annual yacht extravaganza around Europe have been coming thick and fast, as the vodka and tonic has flowed and the karaoke has leaned heavily on the Spice Girls’ back catalog. But not enough has been said about VB’s holiday wardrobe – save for her swimwear, as is always the way with long lens paparazzi pictures of celebs on holiday.

When not in gym gear or white tanks (very now) and denim shorts, the designer has been winning the classic summer dress game. A stop off in Saint-Tropez saw David carry his wife ashore as her ivory slip dress trailed in the sea breeze. With just a hint of a lace bralette peeping out from the acres of plain silk, the stark shade of the almost-bridal look showed off her

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How To Make [Almost] Every Day A Wine Holiday!

If you’re like me, you don’t really need a dedicated holiday to drink wine. For the most part, I ignore those fabricated drinking days, unless, say, I happen to have a ton of something like Shiraz hanging around and I’m on a deadline and need a story idea and it’s Shiraz Day (yikes, that’s tomorrow!)

But if you’re not like me, and you’re looking for an excuse, a reason or a wine-related party theme, here’s a calendar to get you through the rest of the year. Just think of it as Christmas in July. Cheers!

Aug. 1. Old Vine Day. Started in 2016, it celebrates the glory of old vines anywhere. Think Grenache, Zinfandel and those in South

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Erika Jayne ‘blacked out’ after holiday party

Putting the mess in “Pretty Mess.”

Erika Jayne revealed on Wednesday night’s episode of “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” that she “blacked out” after a drunken display at co-star Diana Jenkins’ holiday party.

“Our girl was s–t-faced. I mean, you were slurring your words. Did you black out when you got home?” Lisa Rinna asked Jayne, 51, during a casual get-together with the singer and her creative director Mikey Minden.

“Yeah,” Jayne admitted, adding that she also “hit [her] head” and “vomited” later that night.

“The holidays are hard for everybody,” she lamented in a confessional. “And they were particularly hard for me this year because you have great memories of your family and the holidays before in the past and when things were loving and great.”

After filing for divorce from estranged husband Tom Girardi, 83, in November 2020, Jayne noted that the holiday season now feels “desolate”

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How your Spanish holiday could be quite different this year — and why that matters

Iberian coasts and islands have long been popular destinations for partying holidaymakers. As Britons, in particular, prepare to descend on Spain over the summer months in search of sun, sea, and sangria, a flurry of recent headlines suggest that quite what that tourist experience looks like is set to change significantly.

Hotels in Malaga are reportedly being fitted with noise detectors to clamp down on unruly hen and stag parties visiting the seaside town. The authorities in San Sebastian, henceforth, have said they will start charging tourists for sea rescues, if their behavior is found to have been reckless. Elsewhere, urinating in the sea at Vigo, barbecuing on the beach at Salobreña, and unruly drunken behavior in Palma will all see the ill-behaved tourists in question incur hefty fines and, potentially, an early ride home.

Spain is the second most-visited country in the world, after France. In 2019, it

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