• JFK Part II

    Posted May 9, 2011 by Gary - Carol Stover

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     In Tuesday's chat we ask, "Who Was Lee Harvey Oswald?" Following on last week's show which featured Josh Miller discussing some of the cameras important to the story of the JFK Assassination, this week we Read More...

  • JFK Assassination

    Posted May 3, 2011 by Gary - Carol Stover


     With tonight's show we begin a month-long examination of the JFK Assassination, culminating on May 24 with the appearance of Mary Moorman at the Brass Armadillo in Denver. Mary was the spectator closest to the Read More...

  • Depression Glass Show

    Posted April 26, 2011 by Gary - Carol Stover


     On tonight's show I'll be interviewing Martie Grubenhoff, Show Chairperson of the Rocky Mountain Depression Glass Society, which will have its 38th show this weekend, all Chaired by Martie. We'll be Read More...

  • Kitchen Primitives

    Posted April 19, 2011 by Gary - Carol Stover


     Wanda Marshall, a lifelong antiques dealer, will join me tonight for our weekly chat, this one on "Kitchen Primitives." As I think back over the shows we've done during the past 11 months, I realize that we ha Read More...

  • Fostoria Animals

    Posted April 12, 2011 by Gary - Carol Stover


     Walk on the Wild Side--Terrance Hill will bring his fabulous collection of Fostoria glass animals (including birds, fish and insects) in all their various forms: figurines, figurals, bookends, paper weights, etc to Read More...

  • Baseball's Most Historic Games

    Posted April 5, 2011 by Gary - Carol Stover

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     Please turn in this evening, Tuesday, for this week's chat on antiques. I'll be talking with Dr. Robert Rothe, son of author Emil Rothe, who wrote the book, "Baseball's Most HIstoric Games." Emil Rot Read More...

  • Wallace Nutting

    Posted March 28, 2011 by Gary - Carol Stover

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     Tuesday's show will be on Wallace Nutting, primarily his hand colored photos, not such much on his furniture or books. There are many reproductions of the photos out there--we'll discuss how to tell the d Read More...

  • Today's Antiques World

    Posted March 21, 2011 by Gary - Carol Stover

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    Dan Briddle, Administrator of, will be my special guest Tuesday evening, in a show you absolutely cannot miss! We'll be asking Dan what his goals & objectives were when he started Read More...

  • Day trip to Flagstaff, AZ Antiques

    Posted March 21, 2011 by Daniel Briddle

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    Looking for something to do last week, I took an over night trip to Flagstaff to explore a few antique stores and to just get away for a day.  My driver for the trip was a high school guy named Jamie who was o Read More...

  • NEWS: Antique Store and Thrift Shop Fun With Kids

    Posted March 16, 2011 by Daniel Briddle


    I believe in taking kids antiquing. Well, as long as it's at a shop without commas in the price tags.    My kids and I adore a good waltz through antique shops and thrift stores throughout the area. The Read More...