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Lakeside Merry-Go-Round Features Folk-Art Carvings (3/20/09)
The original Merry-Go-Round at the Lakeside Amusement Park was located outside. It would eventually be housed in three different buildings since the park opened in 1908.Adjacent to Lake Rhode in Lakeside, Colo., gleams the Tower of Jewels, a 150-foot-tall wooden tower built in 1907 originally … More >>


Carousel Goes Around and Around for 80 Years (3/17/09)
The original carousel house at Elitch Gardens in Denver Colo.It was one of the most popular rides at the original Elitch Gardens in Denver, Colo. It goes up and … More >>


The Ten Most Valuable Oscar Best Picture Posters (2/20/09)
wings-1sheet-aWinning an Oscar may or may not catapult stars or director to greater things, but it most certainly tends to … More >>


Auction Report: Julien’s Grammy Benefit (1/31/09)
"Interview" magazineJulien’s Auctions gets cranked up on Feb. 6 with its charity auction in conjunction with the 51st Grammy Awards at … More >>


Out-of-This-World Poster Artist Bob McCall (1/30/09)
The Style A poster for the 1968 Stanley Kubrick movie “2001: A Space Odyssey,” done in different sizes, depicts the wheel-shaped Space Station One, is the most common.By Allan Maurer WorthPoint Worthologist Science fiction superstar Isaac Asimov once called Bob McCall “the nearest thing we have to an artist-in-residence … More >>


‘Mothballs’: The World of Antique and Collectibles on the Silver Screen (1/22/09)
By Tom Carrier WorthPoint Worthologist Talk about life imitating art, or art imitating work, Dan Borsey was able to talk with film … More >>


Kit Carson County’s Historic Carousel (1/22/09)
By Tom Carrier WorthPoint Worthologist Kit Carson County residents thought it to be quite the mistake. Buying a carousel? The very idea. … More >>


Sell Abroad or Stay Home? (1/19/09)
Are foreign markets better for selling antiques than American markets? Collecting has gone global, thanks to the Internet. As a result, … More >>


Tossing a Retro New Year’s Eve Bash (12/26/08)
Babylonians started cheering the New Year’s arrival more than 4,000 years—and no, Dick Clark wasn’t the host. The party tradition … More >>


Circus Museums and Collections (12/4/08)
The Tibbals Learning Center features the the Howard Bros. Circus, a three-quarter-inch-to-the-foot scale model of Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey during the 1920s and 1930s. That was built over a span of 50 years.The circus is alive and well today, and the rich heritage of the past can be found in many museums … More >>


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