News & Advocacy

SCA Weekly News Review: August 2, 2020

SCA Weekly News Review: August 2, 2020

This week Michael honors our icons, from Vegas Vickie to Regis Philbin.
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SCA Weekly News Review: July 26, 2020

SCA Weekly News Review: July 26, 2020

Art, commerce and a eulogy. An appropriate mid-summer 2020 news review.
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SCA Weekly News Review: July 19, 2020

SCA Weekly News Review: July 19, 2020

A neon-rich news week, as one might expect from Jeremy.
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SCA Weekly News Review: July 12, 2020

SCA Weekly News Review: July 12, 2020

This week’s news features an interview with the SCA’s own Erika Nelson, the artist behind the World’s Largest Collection of the World’s Smallest Versions of the World’s Largest Things.
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<b>ZOOM SHOW:</b> Tim O'Brien's Roadside Pics & Picks

ZOOM SHOW: Tim O’Brien’s Roadside Pics & Picks

WATCH RECORDING (login required): Did you miss the show? Want to see it again? Join SCA president Michael Hirsch and author Tim O’Brien for as he presents highlights from his latest book, “Tim O’Brien’s Roadside Pics & Picks.”
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SCA Weekly News Review: July 5, 2020

SCA Weekly News Review: July 5, 2020

Your holiday weekend edition. Enjoy.
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SCA Weekly News Review: June 28, 2020

SCA Weekly News Review: June 28, 2020

It’s getting weird out there as history and the road continue on their collision course.
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SCA Weekly News Review: June 21, 2020

SCA Weekly News Review: June 21, 2020

From the road, Jeremy delivers our Juneteenth edition ...
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<span style="font-weight: 700">VIDEO:</span> Mike’s Upper East Side ZOOM Tour

VIDEO: Mike’s Upper East Side ZOOM Tour

WATCH RECORDING (login required): Did you miss the tour? Want to see it again? Join SCA president Michael Hirsch and New York Neon author Thomas E. Rinaldi for a ZOOM TOUR of vintage signs across New York City’s Upper East Side.
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Statement in Support of Black Lives Matter

Statement in Support of Black Lives Matter

To acknowledge our support for Black Lives Matter, in sympathy with the protests that have followed the killings of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor and countless other victims, and with the deepest humility, the Society for Commercial Archeology denounces systemic racism and police violence.
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