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Antiques on Central began an exciting new chapter in its long association with Central Phoenix when it opened its doors in a beautifully refurbished building at the northeast corner of 7th Street and Missouri in early March. Visitors to this…Read more
Located inside Christine’s Antiques in Tucson is an incredibly unique Doll and Miniatures Museum that is the lifetime collection of the late Martha Christina Schurtz Olson, who established the antique shop in the early 1960s. The Museum was created in…Read more
Located on Cave Creek Road in Phoenix, south of where Thunderbird and Cactus Roads converge, there is a unique group of shops carrying a wide variety of antiques, vintage, home decor and repurposed items at affordable prices. When Publisher and…Read more
At Seriously Shabby in North Phoenix, the motto is “Don’t ask what it is . . . Imagine what it can be!” And that’s what makes this up and coming vintage venue such a fun place to explore. Step…Read more
The move from a 14,000 square foot building, the former Vera Cruz (PA) Elementary School, to a 2,800 square foot home in Kentwood, Michigan, forced me to sell approximately two-thirds of the antiques and collectibles I acquired over 50 years…Read more
What Is Going to Happen to All My Stuff When I Die? Advice for the Collector’s Executor(s) – Part III
This is the third of a three-column series based on two premises. First, a collector dies without a will. Second, the collector left no plan with a spouse/partner, child or friend on how to dispose of his/her collection. This column…Read more
With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, now is the time to start thinking about your gift-giving needs. Instead of patronizing the crowded malls and box stores and paying top dollar for quite ordinary mass-produced trinkets and home accessories, why…Read more
What Is Going To Happen To All My Stuff When I Die? Advice for the Collector’s Executor(s) – Part II
This is the second of a three-column series based on two premises. First, a collector dies without a will. Second, the collector left no plan with a spouse/partner, child or friend on how to dispose of his/her collection. This column…Read more
The 46th annual celebration of the Yarnell–Peeples Valley community—Yarnell Daze, the Mountaintop Festival 2015—will be held on Saturday, May 9, and is shaping up to be the perfect fun event for the entire family. Festival events begin at 9 a.m….Read more
The 31st Annual Historic Home and Building Tour and The Annual Antique Show are being held in Globe on Saturday and Sunday, April 11 and 12, so mark your calendar now for these outstanding events. The Tour is sponsored by…Read more
Donations are coming in from all over the country—from dealers and collectors alike—for the 9th annual Silent Auction benefitting the Alzheimer’s Association being held at Pewter & Wood Antiques in Cave Creek on Saturday, March 21, from 1 to 2…Read more
Is it trash or treasure . . . junk or jewelry? Join in the fun and ask a celebrity appraiser at the fourth annual WHATZ IT WORTH? antiques appraisal events. Find out if that yard sale item is valuable or…Read more