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The summer heat is here and The Rustic Hutch in Mesa is all ready for shoppers to stop by and check out the latest collections of wonderful items while browsing through the very enjoyable air-conditioned shop. Owners Sandy and Roger…Read more
Shown on our cover are some of the fabulous featured ceramics from the upcoming Mid Mod Ceramics AZ pt 1 Exhibition at Sunshine Shop Tucson, which runs from March 24 through May 5 displaying art by Rose Cabat, Erni Cabat,…Read more
When I am in Tucson, it’s typically to visit shops, deliver papers to an advertiser’s show and/or visit my grandson, Shaun Skaff. Recently, I had the rare opportunity of doing all three. Shaun is a college student and works so…Read more
Signs, signs—everywhere you look there are signs at the new Ignite Sign Art Museum, which opened on October 10th in Tucson! There are 250 signs of all types lighting up the walls including: neon, hand painted, gold leaf, tin signs…Read more
A man named Victor Emanuel Cedarstaff is often credited with inventing the bolo tie during the late 1940s. Many authors have stated that Victor Patented the bolo, however, records show the only patent awarded to Mr. Cedarstaff was for a…Read more
by Harry L. Rinker I received a recent email from JP who lives near State College, Pennsylvania. It read: “I realize going through life that when you inherit things, all the good things already are taken by other relatives. If…Read more
Superstition Grand Antique Mall in East Mesa is excited to announce it has new owners as of October 1st—Sue Christensen and Dick Rankin! Sue and Dick have been dealers in the Mall for several years and plan to continue running…Read more
The Greater Tucson Fire Foundation, the only non-profit public charity of its kind in Arizona, has opened Safe Shift Estate Sale/Resale—a “pop-up” store that will be open three days each month to sell a wide variety of estate and other…Read more
There has been a long, strong tradition of outdoor Flea Markets and Antique Shows in the East. Shows such as the Brimfield in Massachusetts have been in operation since the 1950s. But, since the early-mid 2000s, I have been fascinated…Read more
On June 7, 8 and 9, Antique Trove in Scottsdale will celebrate its 30th Anniversary with activities for everyone to enjoy—including a fantastic All Store Sale, contest giveaways and food. Mark your calendar now so you don’t miss out on…Read more
The 14th Annual Art of Quilting Show is being held at HD SOUTH, Home of the Gilbert Historical Museum from February 26th through May 27th. More than 100 quilts made by members of the community and featuring many different styles…Read more
What began as a community flea market eight years ago in the “dusty cowboy town” of Cave Creek has morphed into an old-school antique, vintage, handmade, art and exotic imports outdoor event that is now held in Tempe on the…Read more