Hofner

12 Feb 19
Cultural Detective Blog

How we see the world is greatly influenced by the tools we use to see it—there is great power in maps! Maps shape how we see the world and our own role in it. Maps are tools of analysis and action; they can be incredible tools for interculturalists committed to diversity, sustainability, and social action. […]

12 Feb 19
Independant Copenhagen

Valentines is coming in this week. And I dont care. It seems like we are finally getting some sunlight. So its time to get out from your cave, and flash your Potato White Skin. And it is even Valentins Day on Thursday. So the prices of flowers and chocolate boxes have risen, and the restaurants […]

30 Jan 19
Cultural Detective Blog

Now through 30 April download the award-winning Cultural Diversity Sourcebook for free using the coupon code “Sourcebook”, thanks to our friend at ODT, Bob Abramms, and Cultural Detective author extraordinaire, George Simons. Originally published in 1996, it was put into e-book form last year and remains a treasure-trove of excellent material. An edited volume of scholarly articles, […]

29 Jan 19
Scary Carrie's

Hinterkaifeck was a small farmstead situated between the Bavarian towns of Ingolstadt and Schrobenhausen, approximately 70 kilometres (43 mi) north of Munich. On the evening of 31 March 1922, the six inhabitants of the farm were killed with a mattock. The murders remain unsolved. The six victims were parents Andreas Gruber (63) and Cäzilia (72); their widowed daughter Viktoria Gabriel (35); Viktoria’s […]

25 Jan 19
OZeBuys

In the great Australian tradition of All The Rivers Run, based on Max Fatchen’s novels ‘The River Kings’ and ‘Conquest of the River’, this four-part miniseries captures the perilous life along South Australia’s Murray River and the many adventures aboard the paddleboat steamer Lazy Jane during the 1920s.   With his father absent and life on the land an interminable struggle, sixteen year-old Shawn Hofner (Tamblyn Lord) is […]

24 Jan 19
Sam Ash Used Gear

This Vintage Hofner Model 172 Bass guitar is in good shape considering its age. We do not know the exact year of this piece, but we do know that they were only manufactured between 1968-1970. You don’t see basses like this everyday. This is a real rare one!   Case not included