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Consignor Andy Gore on His Friendship with Johnny Ramone

Consignor Andy Gore on His Friendship with Johnny Ramone

Have you ever had one moment in time that completely changed your life forever? Well, I did. It was in the school library listening room, where a friend of mine took me and said, "Andy you have to hear this," and popped a cassette into one of the school's recorders. ... Read more


Andrew D Gore - GrindHouse Glass Works

Andrew D Gore - GrindHouse Glass Works

I have always wanted to learn the art of stained glass making but never found the time or place to be formally taught it. So I did what I had to do, I ordered the most expensive all-in-one do-it-yourself stained glass kit and got to work teaching myself this art medium.... Read more


The personal collection of Jill Willis

The personal collection of Jill Willis

Jill Willis (Prince's publicist, 1989-90, and co-manager, 1990-93): "Prince was one of the most driven people I've ever known and, as the world knows, was an incredibly creative and immensely talented artist. He was as passionate about the plight of the underserved and underprivileged as he was about his music and all that went into creating the life he wanted to live. ... Read more


Bob Dylan love letter archive auction

Bob Dylan love letter archive auction

Barbara Ann Hewitt was born in Minnesota in April 1941. The child of a working man and a homemaker, she grew up across America, moving with their father's jobs. When Barb was in her early teens, the family settled in Hibbing, Minnesota. ... Read more


Bob Dylan
Robert Flores: In His Own Words

Robert Flores: In His Own Words

Around the time Steve Jobs came back to Apple, I was working with Apple's core design team of Jony Ive, Chris Stringer, Richard Howarth, Danny Coster, Doug Satzger, Daniele De Iuliis, and Thomas Meyerhoffer. One of the first big projects we did together was the "20th Anniversary Mac". That was just the beginning of many more projects and color explorations over the next 12+ years.... Read more


The Charles Mann Powersharing Collection

The Charles Mann Powersharing Collection

The Powersharing Series is a curated collection of presentations by computer pioneers recorded between 1981 and 1991 at the Computer Museum, the Boston Computer Society, and New York City user groups. To assure that this incomparable first-hand, real-time oral history of the personal computer revolution is available to contemporary audiences... Read more