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That Thing that Moves Me Most
In the Spotlight
Written by Carie Ferg   

I’ve always been moved by art. It’s the one thing that’s remained constant in my life. No matter what age I am, no matter what life circumstances I’m in, no matter where I am—art compels me.

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Remembering Jack Friedman
In the Spotlight
Written by Stephanie Finnegan   

I learned last week that Mr. Jack Friedman, the founder of JAKKS Pacific toy company, passed away on May 3, 2010, from complications due to a rare blood disease. He was 70 years old and had spent 50 years of his life in the toy industry.

 

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Dolls that Go Bump in the Night
In the Spotlight
Written by Stephanie Finnegan   

There’s a commercial airing these days for a package-delivery company, where a whole family is held at bay, outside their home, afraid to go inside because of a mechanical clown doll. I was watching that recently with a friend, who remarked offhandedly, “Yeah, dolls are scary.”

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Collectible Quandary: Can You Collect When There’s Nothing There?
In the Spotlight
Written by Stephanie Finnegan   

The other night, when I was putting my daughter, Jane, to bed, I spotted, out of the corner of my eye, something gleaming and glistening. It didn’t look right.

 

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A Doll For Mom
Dolls in Black, Chronicles and Perspectives
Written by Debbie Garrett   

My mother accompanied me to a doll lecture several years ago to help set up the exhibit dolls. As a result of her "oohing and ahhing" over one of the reborn dolls included in the exhibit, I had an identical doll made for her. It was part of her birthday gift from me that year, which was 2004.

 

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Thumbelina Family Reunion
Dolls in Black, Chronicles and Perspectives
Written by Debbie Garrett   
One of my first childhood dolls was Thumbelina by Ideal.
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Just Play! The Possibilities Are Endless
Editor's Blog
Written by Carie Ferg   

We all know the famous Shakespearean line, “All the world’s a stage.” I like to expand on it, turning it into one of my favorite philosophies—“All the world’s a stage … and a playground, too.” 

 

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Flirting with Disaster: A Tragedy with Titanic Results!
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Written by Stephanie Finnegan   

We have just undergone a heck of a month in my hometown. It was a combination of Mother Nature seeking revenge and technology breaking down simultaneously.

 

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