Episode 41: Susan Rabinovitz

Susan Rabinovitz stopped by for Episode 41!

Susan is a maker of unique jewelry pieces and the owner of Little Relics, a Midtown store that specializes in unique, handcrafted gifts and art. On top of running a business and raising a family with her husband, she somehow found time to found the Sacramento Artists Council. S.A.C. strives to keep art and music programs in public schools and generating scholarships for high school seniors.

Susan Rabinovitz stops by to talk about her history with selling jewelry to Nordstrom’s before opening her own place,  waiting to hit pay dirt with Mr. T, toughing out living in midtown before it became Midtown, why she thinks the new arena won’t changes things too dramatically in Midtown, and keeping it real with Steven Hansen.

Oh! Dogs are always welcome inside of Little Relics.

Thanks for stopping by and listening to my conversation with Susan Rabinovitz!

-Johnny

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2 thoughts on “Episode 41: Susan Rabinovitz

  • January 29, 2015 at 6:06 pm
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    Dear Susan:
    Phyllis Kozlen, my bride of 57 years, donated a number of paintings to the Artists Council and I was wondering if you were able to sell some of them, or if you could give me some news about what happened to the works. We have moved to Massachusetts to be close to our daughter and are still trying to figure out what to do with all of our art work. Enjoy following you and SAC on Facebook.
    Have fun,
    Sandy

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    • January 29, 2015 at 7:35 pm
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      Hi Sandy!

      Thank you so much for contacting me. We were able to sell two paintings and we used the money towards a $500 grant for a local public elementary school. We have the others in climate control storage…we donated two of the “canvas” ones to a local public school and the students were able to do a few art pieces to action which in turn raised $1025 for their art program.

      Once again, thank you so much and the children are really benefiting from the artwork donation.

      Be safe during that crazy weather on the East Coast.

      Sincerely,

      Susan

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