She started by selling a $100 million Lichtenstein painting that once hung in her Park Avenue apartment. Her aim? Put that money toward the cause of racial justice.
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If I were super wealthy, this is the way I would spend lots of $$.
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And you thought Tiny Houses were cool 😉
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Books have been a lifelong obsession for Larry Gianakos.
“When I was a teenager, I never thought of automobiles,” the Warren native said. “I thought of first editions.”
Gianakos, 64, became an author himself, creating the seven-volume reference work “Television Drama Series Programming: A Comprehensive Chronicle, 1947-2008.” And that fascination with books inspired him to try to amass a comprehensive collection of Pulitzer Prize-winning works — a collection that helped inspire the documentary “The Pulitzer at 100,” which premieres Friday in New York.
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I can pretty well bet this is something I will want but can’t afford. *sigh* 🙂
Ten years later, DC Comics and Warner Bros. Animation are celebrating this milestone by collecting every film into one massive boxset. That’s 30 animated movies, as well as the five DC Showcase short films that make the most of their brief running time: The Spectre, Green Arrow, Jonah Hex, Catwoman and Superman/Shazam: The Return of Black Adam.
Read & see the list at: Every DC Universe animated movie is being collected into one huge anniversary boxset