Viva Knievel! Evel Knievel, 1977

Evel Knievel Museum Moving to New Home in Las Vegas

Big changes are coming! Find out what his son has to say about it.

NASHVILLE - CIRCA 1948: Country singer Hank Williams poses for a portrait circa 1948 in Nashville Tennessee

Big Celebrations Happening for Hank Williams’ 100th Birthday

The iconic singer-songwriter was born on September 17, 1923.

SERIAL MOM, John Waters, 1994

John Waters is Getting His Own Academy Museum Exhibit & Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame

“I just think it’s amazing and just an example for any kid that starts out being obsessed by doing something that everybody tells them they can’t do.”

black and white 1981 photo of Joe Strummer, performing as lead vocalist for The Clash

The Punk Rock Museum Is Hosting ‘Joe Strummer’s Birthday Weekend Extravaganza’

The Vegas-based museum will honor the late Clash legend ahead of what would have been his 71st birthday with a celebration that includes the reveal of new artifacts like Strummer’s iconic 1966 Fender Telecaster Guitar.

Space Shuttle Atlantis final landing 2011

‘Atlantis’ Landed 12 Years Ago: Where Are the Space Shuttles Now?

Where you can visit space shuttles Atlantis, Endeavour, Discovery and Enterprise.

Wheel of Fortune Bobbleheads

Where to Get Your Pat Sajak & Vanna White ‘Wheel of Fortune’ Bobbleheads

The first officially licensed ‘Wheel of Fortune’ bobbleheads are now available!

Is the Mystery of “Screen-Used” Rankin/Bass Rudolph Puppets Solved?

Find out the history and mystery of those famous Rudolph and Santa puppets.

Gone With The Wind Tara and Scarlet O Hara

Take a Road Trip to These Classic Movie Houses!

If you’re a fan of these classic movies, you’ll enjoy a tour or even an overnight stay at the actual house.

CollectorsCall host Lisa Welchel, Rich Correll, Jo Moe
Classic TV On Today

Is It ‘Collector’s Call’ Most Valuable Collection Yet?

This collector is also one of the most interesting, as well, as he was Beaver’s (Jerry Mathers) best man and Judy Garland’s neighbor!?

THE WIZARD OF OZ, still of ruby slippers, 1939, National Museum of American History

Dorothy’s Ruby Slippers: You’ll Never Believe What It Takes to Preserve Them

Silver slippers instead of red? The preservation chamber? Flaking paint? What really goes into preserving an 80-year-old film artifact?