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San Francisco puts a West-Coast spin on Science's mega-hit series ODDITIES.The show follows crazy transactions as big, odd memorable characters come in out of the famed store Loved To ...
This series focuses on another antiques store, Loved to Death, which is located in San Francisco's Haight-Ashbury district.Well, there typically is a piece that sets you into like a fury…a piece that sets exactly what you are going to collect for the next 5 years. It was in a really nice glass case and at the time I didn’t have a car or anything.I called my dad, who was living in Jersey, and he picked me up at in the morning in Manhattan, and we drove all the way out to Yonkers to go to this estate sale.Odd items bought and sold by the shop or featured on the show have included a mummified cat, a rhesus monkey skull, art made from nail clippings, and a straitjacket.Celebrities appearing on the show have included Jonathan Davis of the band Korn, Whitey Sterling, singer for the New York band Stiffs, Inc., musician Genesis P-Orridge, actress/comedian Amy Sedaris, actor Matthew Gray Gubler, artist Ann Hirsch, actress Chloë Sevigny, musician Natalia Paruz ('Saw Lady'), video game designer and commercial space flight enthusiast Richard Garriott, director Lloyd Kaufman, nerdcore rapper Schaffer The Darklord, musician Voltaire, musician Moby, artist Cynthia von Buhler, actor/comedian Paul Dinello, burlesque dancer Dita Von Teese and "High Pitch Eric" of The Howard Stern Show. I was hoping he would humor our little blog with a mere email correspondence, but instead, he was kind enough to chat with me on the phone last week. My mom had it to an extent, but she wasn’t obsessive compulsive like I am.
So if you’re wondering what a real child’s skeleton might cost you these days, or you have questions about bejeweled human skulls, look no further…(Photo courtesy of Ryan Matthew)Alright, so let’s start with the obvious, how did you get into collecting? She collected old quilts and baskets, things like that.
My mom probably thought I was going to be a doctor or a serial killer…which I didn’t become either. So anyway, it went from natural history stuff to collecting stuff I would find at the thrift store.
And then when I was 10, I collected baseball cards.
’” Instead, Cohn — who also blogs on Tumblr — shared the childhood fantasy of many a New Yorker (including “New Yorker” magazine’s Adam Gopnik): He grew up wanting to live in the epic dioramas of the American Museum of Natural History.
With the help of some antique bell jars and barrister cabinets, he’s managed to set up his Brooklyn apartment so it evokes the awe-inspiring atmosphere of a science museum.
I'm not surprised that Ryan Cohn, who co-hosts The Science Channel's "Oddities," and I have very similar taste in decor. “I never understood, besides the aesthetic value of clothing, why anyone would try to emulate the 1950s.