Tuesday’s links talk lifestyles of the rich and famous — and their toilets.
Who ever said “you can’t always get what you want?” Here’s the ideal present for the music fan who’s unamused by a simple CD under the tree.
How ardent are Michael Jackson fans? We will find out on December 17, when Julien’s Auctions Gallery will sell off the contents of the home that the King of Pop was renting at the time of his death. Among the hundreds of items up …
“People never notice anything,” says Holden Caulfield in J.D. Salinger’s The Catcher in the Rye. We’re betting they’ll notice this.
“I like your style, dude.”
A TV from the 1930s is expected to be sold for thousands at auction on April 19 in London’s tony Knightsbridge neighborhood.
Add another Seuss-driven literary wonder to the world’s most-wanted list of children’s books.
Right before they were to go on auction, a set of John Lennon’s fingerprints was seized by the FBI.
On September 30, the Ludlow Racecourse in Shropshire, England will be host to a rather controversial auction.
As if times weren’t tough enough for Rod Blagojevich, a storage company is auctioning off his stuff since he didn’t pay his bill.
Are you an Elvis superfan? Now you can purchase the surgical tools used in The King’s autopsy.
Which would you pay more for: a pair of bejeweled earrings or a chest X-ray? Depends on the chest.