Scott’s Pawn & Jewelry allowed founder Steve Scott to aply his business management and development skills to his own consulting firm helping other small businesses. Scott’s Pawn & Jewelry: New Products Every Day https://t.co/0c0TWaH9pE via @SteveScottBA — Steve Scott AL (@SteveScottBA) May 19, 2017 Advertisements
Scott’s Pawn & Jewelry has long been known in Alabama as a reliable shop with plenty of new products coming in all the time founded by Steve Scott of Birmingham. Stay up on which new products will appear on its shelves by signing up for the newsletter on the Scott’s website. Keep up with the… Continue reading Scott’s Pawn & Jewelry: New Products Every Day
Scott’s Pawn & Jewelry was created by Steve Scott, a local business development expert in Alabaster, Alabama. Steve has grown the company into a network of stores offering high-quality items and excellent prices for buyers and sellers. He now lives in Puerto Rico, where he manages a business consulting firm.
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? S.W. (Samuel W.) Green. Illustrated Depiction of the Broadway Pneumatic Underground Railroad. 1871. Museum of the City of New York. 42.314.142. The recently opened Second Avenue Subway, and dreaded closure of the L train in 2019, has all of us at the Museum looking back on the…
There’s a cartoon I see shared with irritating regularity on my Twitter feed. You might have seen it too. There are two stalls on a street corner – one cheerful vendor is selling ‘comforting lies’, and the queue stretches out of frame with eager customers waiting to buy his wares. The other man sits despondent […]… Continue reading We’re terrible at truth, and that’s okay
The Sunday Traveler has pulled some vintage photos from the family album; well, envelope really. Who has time for albums! The photos are those of my father, taken in my early years on some of our numerous trips to Mexico to visit relatives on our summer vacations. This exercise, of getting a few photos onto […]… Continue reading The Sunday Traveler ~ Vintage Mexico
We all remember the protests—and the pink knitted caps with the pussy ears—that filled the streets of our major cities after the inauguration of the Troll-in-Chief. Some members of this FAR community went to those marches and wrote about their thoughts and feelings in this space. I don’t go to marches and demonstrations anymore, mainly […]… Continue reading Do We Need Wonder Woman Today? by Barbara Ardinger