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Good Morning Howard, Collecting in 2024: Pop Culture vs. Antiques”, CANCELED

Wednesday, May 08, 2024, 9:00 AM until 10:00 AM
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Today's topic
:  Collecting in 2024: Pop Culture vs. Antiques

Special Speaker: Mike Antonucci  

Mike Antonucci, a new TVIH member, will teach us collectible trends, tips on care and preservation of items, and suggestions of places and events where people might like to hunt.

Mike Antonucci, one of TVIH’snewest members, is a lifelongjournalist, formally retired butstill freelancing. He was a reporter, an editor anda columnist for 31 years at the San Jose MercuryNews in Silicon Valley, at various timescovering sports, lifestyle topics andwriting about media and technology. He often wrote about consumer culture andcollectibles.

Mike later was senior writer for StanfordUniversity’s alumni magazine, reporting indepth on many similar subjects in the context of student activities and facultyresearch.

Mike is an avid collector of comic books
and certain sports items and toys. Hecurrently writes a blog as part of volunteerwork for the Chesapeake Collectibles showMaryland Public Television’s regional versionof the national Antiques Roadshow program(on which one of his possessions wasrecently featured).
This educational program is for TVIH members and older adults from Howard County. 

Volunteers (TVIH members) will take turns to serve as the hosts of the GMH zoom meetings. The hosts will greet the participants and make introductions. 

Zoom link will be provided upon registration. 

The photos show one of Mike's collections, a "slabbed" comic book, and Mike at an Antiques Roadshow.