Craig Solomonson's appreciation for computer technology took shape as the public first became aware of computers, and that early interest provided countless opportunities to acquire many early systems and meet fascinating people with similar interests. Solomonson looks back on his collecting years.
Viktor Schreckengost is one of those people who lived his life to the fullest, and because of that, the rest of us are able to enjoy life even more. Learn more in this '10 Reasons' column by Print Editor Karen Knapstein.
There's no question that Woodstock, New York is a happening place. In fact, this rural gem of a community has been attracting artists for well over a century, thanks in large part to the Woodstock Art Colony.
The Virginia Quilt Museum is presenting four exhibits during the third phase of its 2017 exhibition calendar, from Sept. 5 to Dec. 16.
In the midst of wartime conflicts and during recovery from the wounds of war, military servicemen of the 18th and 19th centuries skillfully transformed worn-out military uniforms and blankets into quilts. An exhibition of such quilts opens Sept. 6 in New York.
In Southwestern Wisconsin, at the highest point overlooking the Mississippi River, you'll find an uncommon and totally engrossing destination devoted to collectibles and nostalgia, at Elmer's Auto & Toy Museum.
Not only is a classic 19th century antebellum home set for sale June 24, but all of its contents, including a bevy of antiques, will be brought to auction.
Among items featured in RR Auction's current auction of artifacts of the Kennedy family, is a maternity dress worn by Jackie Kennedy while pregnant with John Jr. The auction closes to bids May 18.
In today's world of GPS and app-accessible directions, maps may seem obsolete. However, the role of maps and the stories they represent isn't lost on artist Lisa Middleton, who repairs and adds color to old maps.