card show

Card Show Coming to Iowa Field of Dreams Area

A new card show is set for next weekend in Dyersville, IA, on the same day of a softball game and autograph session featuring former big league stars.

Cincy Fest Show Planned for July

A Cincinnati area promoter has plans to bring more than 30 former players to sign autographs at an event leading up to the All-Star Game.

Show Coming to Washington’s FedEx Field

The home of Washington D.C.’s NFL team will be home to a three-day event hosted by Fanatics Shows in September.

Ramblings: Preparation is a Positive

For dealers, collectors and promoters, staying a step ahead is never bad advice.

Editor’s Blog: Card Show, Autographs at NHL Fan Fair; 2015 Topps Checklist

There’s a card show inside the 2015 NHL Fan Fair in Ohio this weekend. Panini plans its Super Bowl set and we’ve got the ’15 Topps baseball checklist.

Secret Santa Exchanges Close Out Ramblings’ Year of Giving, Receiving

Rich Klein looks back at a busy year and reports on his Secret Santa exchanges that put a little gift giving fun into the holidays.

Remembering a Young Jeter’s First Card Show

A North Carolina man recalls lining up a young Derek Jeter for a card show autograph session for less than you’ll pay for one signed item today.

Thanksgiving Weekend Card Show a Long-Time Fixture in Cincinnati

The annual Thanksgiving weekend card show at Moeller High School in Cincinnati is a long-time Midwest fixture.

Rich Klein: Best Way to Enjoy Hobby is to Accept Inevitable Evolution

Rich Klein says the hobby is always evolving and despite naysayers who long for a past that’s not coming back, there are plenty of new ways to participate.

Ramblings: Ch-ch-ch-Changes

Rich Klein discusses the effect of changes on a couple of popular hobby websites and at his local card show.

Editor’s Blog: Rare Ruth Card Smoking Hot, St. Louis Show Cancellations, Man in Uniform Pulls a Gem

A few notes from around the hobby including big bids on a rare Babe Ruth card.

Justin Blackmon Blew Off Autograph Session; Cops Then Say He Blew .24

Justin Blackmon told promoters he was sick when he cancelled an autograph session at a Houston card show Saturday. Hours later, he was in jail on a charge of aggravated DUI.