Architectural Digest has found and featured us in the June 2010 “Special Country Comfort Issue”. The article reads… “What’s at the Radio? The offbeat and the funky—scientific models and instruments, old radios even early diving helmets—are part of the trove at Radio-guy, dealer Steve Erenberg’s Westchester County, New York, business. Among Erenberg’s unusual finds are five rare linoleum panels with scenes from nursery rhymes. American made, they were used as flooring in the 1930s and 1940s. He also has an 1870s railroad velocipede, a type of human-powered vehicle used by employees to travel down stretches of track.”