Blink-182's Mark Hoppus Selling 'All the Small Things' For Kids

07-27-2017
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(Radio.com) Blink-182 fans will have the opportunity to own pieces of Blink-182 history and help children. Mark Hoppus and his wife Skye met on the set of the music video for Blink's "All the Small Things."

Now the couple are auctioning off many of the small things (and big things as well) from their Beverly Hills' home, with proceeds going to Children's Hospital Los Angeles.

While their home is undergoing renovations, the Hoppus family is selling pieces that will no longer fit with the new design. Items ranging from watches, vases and chandeliers to a rare "Hi My Name Is Mark" skate deck. Read more here.

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