Marilyn Monroe's chest X-rays. Barbra Streisand's houndstooth cap from the film "What's Up, Doc?" Elvis Presley's empty prescription bottles. Alfred Hitchcock's driver's license. Who wants all this stuff? And why would they pay thousands of dollars for it?
Sandy Cohen, AP Entertainment Writer
, August 17, 2010
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Bidders from around the world bought up Michael Jackson memorabilia worth nearly $1 million at an auction on the anniversary of his death, including $190,000 for the Swarovski-crystal-studded glove he wore on his 1984 Victory Tour.
LONDON (AP) — It was black and strapless, with a sassy sequined flounce at the bodice and a gloriously full, swishy skirt.
The dress was, Lady Diana Spencer thought, so grown-up, just right for her first official engagement after the announcement she was to marry Prince Charles.
Jennifer Quinn, Associated Press Writer
, May 29, 2010
Rothwell Student Center opens its doors to the public one last time Saturday. If you’re looking for a bargain, a piece of memorabilia or one last trek through RSC, the University of Wisconsin-Superior campus is where you want to be.
Cathedral School in Superior hosts its 11th annual “Wish upon a Star” Dinner Auction Fundraiser on Nov. 7, at Barker’s Island Inn and Conference Center. The evening begins at 5:30 p.m. and includes live and silent auction, dinner, and dancing
Superior High School Senior Meagan Barnard has turned her senior project into a community call to action. She is hosting a benefit dinner and silent auction to raise money for the Lymphatic Research Foundation in an effort to find a cure for the condition she suffers from, Primary Lymphedema.
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