Recent prices paid for old Tree of Life pendants like yours range from less than $5 to $150, with many selling in the $35 to $80 range.
Question: I am cleaning out attic and basement spaces in my home while preparing to hold a sale of stored items before I place my property on the market.
Among these things is a perfectly working, like-new, skateboarding Bart Simpson FM alarm clock radio on a stand. It is a gift my late husband received as a college student and never used or even removed from its box.
Any information you can supply about the radio and its worth will be appreciated. G.L., Marmora
Answer: The “like-new” skateboarding Bart Simpson alarm clock radio, decorated with Simpson son Bart’s figure on the skateboard, was initially made in New York during 1990.
It is among many merchandise items associated with “The Simpsons,” a satirical American
Mark and Simon are joined by Sally Hawkins who talks about her new movie. Plus your essential streaming and cinema reviews including The Trial of the Chicago 7 and On the Rocks.
Mark and Simon are joined by Sally Hawkins who talks about her new movie Eternal Beauty.
Plus your essential streaming film reviews including Aaron Sorkin’s star-studded drama The Trial of the Chicago 7, Sofia Coppola’s On the Rocks, about a young mother reconnecting with her larger-than-life playboy father on an adventure through New York, starring Bill Murray, Rashida Jones and Marlon Wayans.
Mark and Simon also talk you through the best and worst films on subscription-free TV next week.
They also recommend a home entertainment purchase in DVD of the Week and count down the top 10 films at the UK box office.
00:32:24 Box Office Top 10
00:44:07 A Perfectly Normal Family
00:47:27 Sally Hawkins
Jolene Dollar is drifting off into the same mental to-do list any one of us might have at work, while a colleague is boring on about his planning permission issues: put the washing on, get the mince out of the freezer, iron some school shirts. She also has one fishnet-stockinged leg hitched up over a desk, and he is about to enter her from behind once the cameras start rolling again. A fairly average day at work, then, for Britain’s top adult performer, as she dabs at her eye with a tissue and swills her mouth out.
In Adult Material, the new four-part Channel 4 drama set in the world of porn, Jolene is one of the “last of the old-timers, for want of a better phrase”, says Hayley Squires, who plays her, chatty but thoughtful on the phone from her home in Kent. This is a first TV