I have a Toshiba 35" TV from the mid-90s that still works perfectly. I still have the manual it came with, and the original remote. The TV stands on a custom TV stand that was built by the manufacturer specifically for it. Unfortunately, I don't want it anymore, the TV weighs 165 lbs., and I cannot carry it myself. Options I've exhausted include: [more inside]
Where is the best place to give away / sell / donate books, clothes, furniture, etc. [Minneapolis Edition, but other cities welcome!] [more inside]
Fastest way to get other people to come take our stuff? [more inside]
Has anyone used thredup? I'm really liking the notion of a quasi-freecycling of baby and child clothes but I'd love to hear what others have to say before I commit.
Giving away several thousand (possibly valuable) items from an Upper East Side brownstone - what's the best way?
Removal of a s^!t-ton of stuff from an Upper East Side Brownstone (New York, NY). What's the most charitable, or generous, or easiest, or cheapest way of doing this? Or some combination of all four... [more inside]
FreeCycle equivalents in Berlin? [more inside]
Please give me your tips for conducting a swap meet! This is for children's books, toys, and clothing only... [more inside]
Where can I donate 4 years' worth of Harper's & New Yorkers, in London? [more inside]
Anyone had regrets about a massive decluttering of their lives? [more inside]
I recently came across freecycle.org and now it seems to be popping up everywhere I look. Among what I'm finding are some controversies about the founder taking corporate money and being a little too fussy about who uses the name. Some people think this is against the spirit of the endeavor. [more inside]
Moving a stove or shelf across a large city without owning or renting a car. Is it possible? [more inside]
Are all Freecycle groups run as a Yahoo! group? [more inside]
I have an old 486 Compaq laptop with a docking sation. I need someone to give it a good home. [more inside]
I'm looking for websites that will lead me to free things to do/see/eat/get specifically in Washington, DC. What sites do you know of and or search techniques I can use? [more inside]