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  • Jan. 20: Bill Gusky New paintings combine two - and three-dimensional images.

    A sampling from area museum exhibits

  • Gursky, not Gusky; versa not cersa; Christopher, not Crhistopher.

    our universe, a little smaller

  • If you want a great Canadian novel to read, I really recommend 'Solomon Gusky Was Here'.

    our universe, a little smaller

  • The legendary Robbie "Cocktail" Dixon is a regular performer, as is the local pothead Jeff "Boxer Briefs and Dress Shoes" Gusky.

    bethany9 Diary Entry

  • Seeing it, Gusky frowned slightly and moved his fingers.

    The City Who Fought

  • Gusky grunted, "/commandeered the equipment which will have to be replaced, which you, Simeon, authorized me to use."

    The City Who Fought

  • "GoldFellow.com," according to Gusky, "was created to provide consumers a safe, competitive and easy method to sell unwanted gold, sterling silver and platinum."

    Reuters: Press Release

  • A 30+ year gold jewelry industry veteran, Gusky attributes his company's success and rapid growth to a higher level of trust achieved through his company's transparent business practices and higher payments.

    Reuters: Press Release

  • Gusky has a theory for why his pricing is so much higher than the competition's.

    Reuters: Press Release

  • Michael H. Gusky, whose company, GoldFellow.com has no complaints against it after serving more than 60,000 customers.

    Reuters: Press Release

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