SBCS member Howie is featured in a front-page story in today's Wall Street Journal. Society President Darron and InFocusTech owner Mike were also quoted in the article about collecting souvenir buildings. I thought it was funny that, in typical WSJ style, the newspaper created a drawing of an Eiffel Tower in Howie's hand to accompany the beginning of the story. Writer Paul Glader focused on the increasing value of the really-small real estate. Buildings in the news abound with a second story, also in the WSJ by Ralph Gardner Jr., informs us about his personal quest for adding to his own souvenir building collection a Rockefeller Center replica. Included in the first story is a photographic slideshow of Howie's collection and a video with Architect Ronnette Riley's collection which lives in her office on the 74th floor of the Empire State Building. It will be interesting to see what impact might come from the media attention. Will the stories spawn new collectors? Will more people join the SBCS and attend our annual conventions? What do you think of the stories and what may happen as a result of this latest focus on our collective hobby? Let us know via the comments link below.