After two years of March-only antiques shows in Atlantic City, the autumn rendition of the event is making a comeback, which is sure to leave antique hunters and sellers doubly happy for the year. The antiques shows are some of the best things to do in Atlantic City that doesnít include gaming or alcohol.In 2010, JMK Shows, headed by Allison Kohler, took over the famous Atlantic City Antiques Show after the previous owners decided not to run it any more. Under Kohlerís direction, this ever-popular show continues to have an immense diversity of merchandise, a high energy level, and is always well attended. The show, originally held twice a year, was cut back to one show in March for the past two years. This year, Kohler decided to revive the fall show, which will run Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 13-14 at the Atlantic City Convention Center at One Convention Boulevard in Atlantic City.