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2016 Rivenbark and Roper Antiques Commercial

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Premiere Gallery Exhibition of Artist Danielle Damson

Rivenbark & Roper Antiques will host the premiere gallery exhibition of Huntsville artist Danielle Day Damson and works by the noted Madison artist Ann Moeller Steverson starting Monday, May 2 and running through Saturday, May 14, 2016. The incredible exhibition will present works in a most sophisticated manner. The gallery is…

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Huntsville Artist Sarah Dilworth Thiemonge has First Public Show at age 86

By Pat Ammons July 18, 2013, The Huntsville Times (Front Page) HUNTSVILLE, Alabama – Sarah Dilworth Thiemonge has painted for years, dabbling as time permitted. She got serious only after her husband died in 1995 and a good friend convinced her to paint more. Since then, Thiemonge has given…

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1935 Book Inspires Mark Singer Art Exhibit at Rivenbark & Roper Antiques

By Pat Ammons, June 25, 2012, The Huntsville Times HUNTSVILLE, Alabama – Ken Rivenbark is always looking for interesting items for his antique store, and he likes old books, especially ones about Alabama and Huntsville history. One recent find, however, provided more than a book to sell in his…

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Martha Pullen’s Cookbook Inspires Family Fixin’s and Stories

By  Kay Campbell November 19, 2012, The Huntsville Times HUNTSVILLE, Alabama – The best Thanksgiving gatherings are a taste of the stories of a family. Now, one of the best cookbooks I’ve ever picked up combines flavors and memories: “Martha Pullen’s Southern Family Cookbook.” These recipes, like those you have…

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How to Host a Cocktail Party

By Anna Claire Vollers The Huntsville Times October 25, 2012, The Huntsville Times, Spark Magazine Hosting a great cocktail party rarely happens by accident. As we head into the holiday season – when people’s schedules quickly fill with dinner parties, celebrations and family gatherings – a little bit of planning…

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Partnership helps Madison Cross Roads Elementary School with Supplies

By Pat Ammons, The Huntsville Times  The Huntsville Times on November 02, 2009 HUNTSVILLE, AL — When teachers learned that deep cuts to this year’s education budget would mean they would get no money for professional development or classroom supplies, it was demoralizing. “It takes the breath out of you,”…

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