by Jessica Baltzersen
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Downtown bar auctioning off interior decor, artwork and other items
Alice in Wonderland inspired themed bar FB’s is temporarily closed down for
remodeling and the revamping of its image.
In the mean
time, the owners are auctioning off their dramatic and glamorous interior décor and
artwork. Now’s your chance to own that bar stool you fell off of, the mirror you
checked yourself out in a million times (Hey, your soul-mate could have been
there right?) and that chair you nearly
passed out in while the room spun around.
having a hard time remembering all of the interior accents due to your blurred
vision at the time, you can check them out at Everything But the House.
will be held 1-4 p.m. this Sunday, at FB's, 126 W. Sixth St., Downtown. Eighty
percent of the proceeds will be donated to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.
Some of the
items for sale include gaudy chandeliers and ornate mirrors, brewery neon
signs, one-of-a-kind Andrew Van Sickle artwork and their famous signature
yellow vinyl couch that you probably made-out with someone on.
certificates from locally owned downtown restaurants are also be available for bidding. Don’t miss your chance to fall down the rabbit hole one last time,
before everything is gone.
biding will end on 8 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 11.
0 Comments · Wednesday, February 8, 2012
When Chuck Lohre and Janet Groeber
learned the innovative kitchen at Hyde Park’s landmark 1960 Corbett
House was being replaced by new owners, they shifted into action to save
it. They offered to take it and the owners agreed. They acquired the kitchen in 2010. Now,
no longer wanting to store the disassembled kitchen, they are trying to
find a new home for it.