LA POPUP Marketplace Tomorrow Night

Run, don’t walk, tomorrow to the POPUP Marketplace tomorrow night from 5-10pm. The night includes more than 60 vendors and live music and DJs. All of the participating restaurants will have a special $5 food and drink menu.

The event will include indie makers, crafters, artists and so much more. Check it out on this video and enjoy every minute.

Strengthening the French-US Cultural Bond

The Versailles Foundation Inc., recently held its annual benefit dinner. The foundation – established with the purpose of “promoting French-American friendship and cultural exchange, primarily through providing support for the preservation, maintenance and rehabilitation of important French historical monuments” – each year holds the benefit within the presence of a member of the Royal family….

Setting a Great Table

We aren’t all interior designers and it’s not easy to know how to set a cute table. But with a few tips, you should be able to buy the products you need from EMBraer Paper Goods, or elsewhere, and make that table look great. First, think about the event that you’re having. Do you want…

Dallas Art Fair Fun

The Dallas Art Fair is in its seventh year and was held in the downtown Arts District near the Dallas Museum of Art from April 9-12. It is housed in the Fashion Industry Gallery, a two-story space filled with light. This year’s show included more than 90 galleries with galleries from as far away as…

Two Great Sages of the Land of Israel

Before the onslaught of World War II reared its devastatingly ugly head, the Land of Israel, which was governed under the British Mandate and known as Palestine, was a lively, developing place. Without a doubt the center of the development was in the holy city of Jerusalem. Among the greatest Jewish religious leaders of that…

Boat Lover’s Paradise

For boat lovers and antique collectors in Florida, the Sunnyland Antique Boat Festival is worth a look. The 28th festival is taking place today. The schedule starts with a free symposium, delivering the talk called “The Cobra and Its History” at 9:30 am in the Tavares City Hall auditorium. Then, at 10:30 there is a…

Upcoming Third Annual Southwest Kansas Antiques Appraisal Fair

You can still pre-register for the third annual Southwest Kansas Antiques Appraisal Fair which will take place on March 14 at the Finney County 4-H Building. The event is scheduled to take place from 9-4. It is arranged like a live and local version of the Antiques Road Show and is supported by the Finney…

Interesting Doll Exhibit

If you find yourself in the San Deigo area in the near future, you may want to get to the Mingei International Museum where a very interesting collection will be on display. Deborah J. Neff, a toy collector in suburban Connecticut, has hundreds of antique cloth dolls. They all depict African-Americans and were hand made…

Sweet Savage Expands

Flea markets have become all the rage – and often with good reason. People can find real gems in these locations, and many of them have started having upscale home decor. Sweet Salvage, for instance, in Phoenix, Arizona, has recently doubled its retail space. They now have a 5000 square foot warehouse, bringing their retail…

Printing the Old Fashioned Way

Some of the best companies are ones that realize that not everything has to be fast-paced and modern. Smock is one of these companies, based in Syracuse, New York. They are actually using letterpress techniques with the same technology that was created by Johannes Gutenberg in 1436 for their specialty stationary. As Smock President Harold…