All posts by Steve Lansdale

Public Relations Specialist

Five for Friday: Every House Needs A Mouse

No animated character is more recognizable or beloved than Mickey Mouse, who was created in 1928 under the name “Mortimer Mouse.” A veteran of more than 130 movies, Mickey Mouse has entertained generations of loyal

The Gift of Giving Back: Heritage 360

The human spirit is amazingly strong, and a generous spirit is one of mankind’s greatest characteristics. The payoff: few things can match the gratification gleaned from helping others in need. A new endeavor at Heritage

Five for Friday: Rare Marilyn Monroe Collectibles

Some celebrities are bigger than the industry that made them stars. Even those who don’t listen to a lot of music know who Michael Jackson and the Beatles were. People who never watch sports are

Unusual Guns On Target With Collectors

Firearms have a unique place in the world of collectibles. Regardless of someone’s political leanings and view about gun laws, they are important – not just for hunting and self-defense personal safety, but also as

First ‘Dream Team’ Could Have Been 1928 Philadelphia Athletics

The 1992 United State men’s Olympic basketball team is known – with good reason – as the “Dream Team.” Head coach Chuck Daly headed to Barcelona with arguably the most talented roster in the history

Collector’s Guide: Why Collect Hair?

Imagine asking a celebrity for a lock of their hair instead of an autograph? While it may come off as an obscure hobby, collecting hair from political figures, musicians, entertainers and even animals is not

Five for Friday: Ansel Adams’ Photography Work Stands Test of Time

This week’s Five for Friday looks at a quintet of offerings from Ansel Adams, who is considered one of the greatest landscape photographers who ever lived, that will be among the images available May 18