Not Yo Mama’s Fair Organizers, LLC (NYM) is an event planning company which coordinates craft fairs, based out of Jersey City, NJ. NYM was started in 2009 with the idea of bringing high end crafting into the mainstream and helping develop the business of thousands of artisan crafters. Not Yo Mama’s Fair Organizers, LLC partner with local community and art organizations to set up fairs and ultimately donate a portion of the proceeds to the partnering organization. Not Yo Mama’s Fair vendors create a wide range of handmade goods; jewelry, handcrafted leather, stationary, original artwork, home goods as well as furniture. Currently run by artists Megan Gulick and Michelle Mumoli, NYM has 15 fairs scheduled from April through December of 2012, with as far a reach as Newark and Asbury Park.
Purchased in 2006
Included Desk- Originally Paid $1,779 Lateral File Cabinet- Originally Paid $1,493 Display Case with drawers and interior light- Originally paid $2,143 Oval Chair- Originally paid $510
Total Paid- $5,925
You pay- 3,000 Firm
Excellent condition, a few minor scratches and dings but set has a semi aged look anyhow so its not noticable.
Must pick up, not available until after 12/25/11.
Sad to see this set go, we received allot of compliments and the quaility is excellent.
Please email Chris if interested at firstname.lastname@example.org
Marilyn Monroe Memorabilia to Help Fund Library Capital Improvements
by Sally Deering
Hollywood legend Marilyn Monroe lit up the silver screen with her simmering sexuality, bootyliscious bod and a killer smile that warmed film-lovers hearts. Playing the bubble-headed blonde roles producers cast her in, Monroe delivered sex-appeal by the D-cupful with an added twist of vulnerability, like her character Sugar Kane in “Some Like it Hot.” When Sugar tells “girl musicians” Josephine and Daphne, (played Tony Curtis and Jack Lemmon,) “I’m tired of getting the fuzzy end of the lollipop,” the chord strikes like an arrow threw the heart and although the line belongs to writer/director Billy Wilder and his co-writer I.A.L. Diamond, the delivery is all Marilyn.
LOS ANGELS, Cal. – May 15, 2010 – In classic dance scenes from Michael Jackson’s legendary final performance, captured on film for the “This Is It” movie, Jackson wears his signature fedora, a sport coat and bright orange pants. This week, the bright orange pants (along with certificates of authenticity and photographic evidence) and other Jackson items will be auctioned by Nate D. Sanders, Inc., one the world’s leading dealers of Hollywood memorabilia, autographs, rare books and gold coins. Continue reading Historic Michael Jackson Clothing Worn In “This Is It” Movie Goes on Auction Block This Week – Record Bids Expected
The second annual fair was held yesterday On Saturday April 17 to entusiastic crowds and over 60 artists selling 7500 or more items at Parlay Studio’s 161 2nd St., Downtown Jersey City. Everything from jewelry, leather goods, soaps, furniture, cakes, leather bags, paintings and many other items were on display and being sold.
The doors opened at 11am and the event ran until 6pm.
Besides the vendors, live entertainment was provided by Kelly St. Patrick, Hezekiah Jones, Any Day Parade, Chrisitan Alessi, Land of the Look Behind
A portion of yesterday ‘s fair proceeds will go to Arts to Grow a non -profit organization which is dedicated to providing inner city children with a chance to explore the visual, literary and performing arts
Presenting sponsors of yesterday’s event was the Saffron, Boutique Realty and Michael Anthony’s.
Vendors looking to show their wares at next years fair or business looking to act as a sponosor should visit their website at notyomamasaffairs.com
More photos to come
River View Observer best pick “RARE COLLECTABLE AUCTION” BY COHASCO INC.
When Walt Disney wrote to a Minnesota man on November 29, 1935, he never dreamed what that letter would be worth one day. Typed on his “Silly Symphony” letterhead, with a large Mickey Mouse in orange and black, it is today something of a holy grail for Disney collectors.
For six years, Disney’s “Silly Symphony” cartoons won Academy Awards and brought about the birth of among many other characters, Donald Duck. Signed with his cartoonists’ pen, Walt Disney’s letter, with its Mickey Mouse envelope, is estimated to sell in the Nov. 12th
Yonkers auction of Cohasco, Inc., for $3,500-$5,000. Continue reading RARE LETTER OF WALT DISNEY’S “SILLY SYMPHONY” DISCOVERED