Archive for November, 2006

MORNEAU’S MEMORABILIA STOCK RISES

Thursday, November 30th, 2006

MORNEAU’S MEMORABILIA STOCK RISESPioneer Press, MN – Nov 23, 2006American League most valuable player Justin Morneau of the Twins doesn’t have a new contract yet, but his sports memorabilia value has skyrocketed. … City to auction off memorabilia from Tiger StadiumSI.com – Nov 25, 2006… eventual demolition, the city plans to begin seeking bids Monday from companies that […]

Small vendors try mall sales

Wednesday, November 29th, 2006

Small vendors try mall salesGreenville Herald-Banner, TX – Nov 27, 2006… Evans, who said he has a booth at the antique villages in downtown Greenville year-round, sells various types of autographed sports memorabilia ranging from … George Lapides Donates Sports Memorabilia to U of MMemphis Flyer, TN – 12 hours ago… Lapides’ gift to the Tigers includes his sports […]

NFL (Akron Beacon Journal)

Wednesday, November 29th, 2006

NFL (Akron Beacon Journal) ODDS Glantz-Culver Line NCAA Football Thursday’s Game MAC Championship (At Detroit) Friday’s Games Conference USA Championship Saturday’s Games Indian tribe helps develop Spokane logo (AP via Yahoo! News) While many teams with Indian nicknames, logos or mascots are criticized as culturally insensitive, the Spokane Indians unveiled their new logo featuring eagle […]

It s in the cards

Wednesday, November 29th, 2006

It s in the cardsIn-Forum (subscription), ND – Nov 15, 2006… doing shows in Fargo. After years of collecting sports cards, they decided to sell them and other sports memorabilia. Father and son … Hittin’ the roadNaples Daily News, FL – Nov 13, 2006… Inside they all have PlayStation 2, DVD and CD players, and trophy cases carrying sports […]

Rock memorabilia up for auction

Tuesday, November 28th, 2006

Rock memorabilia up for auctionMalaysia Star, Malaysia – Nov 22, 2006… lyrics by Sir Paul McCartney and a guitar once owned by the late Jimi Hendrix are among the items in an upcoming New York auction of rock memorabilia. … A gold mine of Naismith memorabiliaVancouver Province (subscription), Canada – Nov 15, 2006Hellen Carpenter holds a copy of the […]

Masterpiece of NFL theater (Boston Globe)

Tuesday, November 28th, 2006

Masterpiece of NFL theater (Boston Globe) NFL Films has done as much as any single entity to create the mythology of pro football, helping transform the game from a sport into an art form for some and a religion for others. With a deft blending of unrivaled cinematography with music, emotion, and revealing interviews, NFL […]

Letters From the Issue of Thursday, November 23, 2006 

Tuesday, November 28th, 2006

Letters From the Issue of Thursday, November 23, 2006 Display Cases Taste test: “Stunning”??? I’m sorry, did Wynter Holden really describe the effect of Jen Urso’s In Place installation at the show “Phoenix: Land of Somewhere” at Modified Arts as “stunning” (“Going Nowhere,” November 9)? Wynter, go with your first instinct. It looked like a … […]

NFL wants to bring fans must-see TV (Austin American-Statesman)

Tuesday, November 28th, 2006

NFL wants to bring fans must-see TV (Austin American-Statesman) Redskins test portable television that lets sports enthusiasts watch multiple games. QBs get on the ball, reach goal (Sun-Sentinel) Brady, Manning convince NFL to allow offenses to use own footballs on the road. Playing quarterback in the NFL became a little easier in the offseason, at […]

Ex U2 stylist loses appeal in memorabilia case

Tuesday, November 28th, 2006

Ex U2 stylist loses appeal in memorabilia caseRTE.ie, Ireland – Nov 15, 2006Former U2 stylist Lola Cashman has lost her High Court appeal against a Circuit Civil Court decision ordering her to return items belonging to the band. … Icy memorabilia sells like hot cakesCambridge Evening News, UK – Nov 1, 2006Polar explorer Raymond Adie was a veteran visitor […]

NFL wants to bring fans must-see TV (Austin American-Statesman)

Tuesday, November 28th, 2006

NFL wants to bring fans must-see TV (Austin American-Statesman) Redskins test portable television that lets sports enthusiasts watch multiple games. 2 Valley cities battle for big-league teams (The Arizona Republic) The bid to bring more baseball teams to the Cactus League is shaping up to pit two West Valley cities against one another as Glendale […]