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This week's contributor is Country Life's own Joe Nolan.] Unless you're a super-wealthy collector, you're spared the dubious fortunes of "investing" in art.
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No getting around it: This brutal, seemingly never-ending winter has been a serious buzzkill.
Hundreds of people were in Hastings this weekend swapping stories and rare pieces of history.
Richard Kouwenhoven, president of Hemlock Printers in Burnaby, is concerned about how his customers stand to be impacted by the May 19 rollout of a major new initiative that puts the onus on industry to fund the cost of collection and recycling of packaging and printed paper.
This is part of a monthly series, featuring a local collector and his or her collection.
Pupils and Teacher Miss Symons from Wooler First School with some of the used biscuit wrappers they have saved from landfill as part of the 2014 Wrappers to Riches Collection Contest.
The New Hampshire Institute of Art dedicates an exhibit titled "The Environmental Portrait" to the late Robert Rogers, a longtime photographer, collector and benefactor of the institute.
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They sound like the perfect babies: They don't cry, they don't get messy and they don't wake you up in the middle of the night.
It all started in 1983 with the purchase of an old tin that once held Campfire brand marshmallows.
Rubbish is still piling up in Rio de Janeiro as the Brazilian city's street cleaners continue a strike, despite an announced agreement with the union.
It's time to talk trash! Space trash, to be specific. Trash collection has never really seemed like an enviable job to most of us.
As the branch manager of the Buena Vista Library, part of the Monterey County Free Library system, Jane Wallace has a lot of responsibilities, but there's one in particular that she finds more of a delight than a chore.
Elvis fans will be 'all shook up' by a unique collection of about 2,000 records to be auctioned in Bury St Edmunds.
These candlesticks are marked on one foot with a number in a rectangle and a # symbol.