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12 Feathered Facts About Charlie's Angels

A trio of crime fighting females was a strange and different concept for a TV show back in 1976, and TV executives didn't think it would fly. But the …


Personal Photos from CBGB Documenting the East Village Art and Music Scene in the ’70s

Artist Bettie Ringma was 28 years old when she left Holland and arrived in the States. She met fellow artist, curator, and writer Marc H. Miller, and …

Lunchtime Portraits Capture The Sidewalk Scene Of The Late 70s

Bad things to do on your lunch break include- eating a 2000 calorie meal, smoking half a pack of cigarettes, and sleeping in your car.<p>Good things to …

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A Comedic Collision Of Vehicles From Pop Culture

Some of our favorite pop culture franchises feature a vehicle prominently in the storyline. Whether it’s the funky machine used to get to the next …

Swinging Sixties London: photography in the Capital of Cool - Telegraph

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Warhol and Lichtenstein: before they were famous - Telegraph

A party at The Factory, 1965 - Warhol and Lichtenstein: before they were famous

Growing Up in the New York Underground: From Glam to Punk

View Gallery<p>Opening on May 29th and up until May 31st, a collection of photographs by photographer Paul Zone will be on display at the Leslie-Lohman …

Living Rooms

Florence Henderson Reveals What Happened to Carol Brady's First Husband

The 70s sitcom <i>The Brady Bunch</i> begins with widower Mike Brady marrying a woman named Carol and their two families blending into one. What happened to …

Hand-painted portraits of famous musicians, on vinyl records

David Bowie. Vinyl Art by Daniel Edlen.<p>Vinyl Art by Daniel Edlen is hand-painted portraiture of musicians on vinyl records.<p>More: …

Stunning Street Photos of 1960s New York by Takayuki Ogawa

After six years working as a photographer for one of Japan's weekly magazines, Takayuki Ogawa decided to take a trip out to New York. For about a year, from 1967 to 1968, Ogawa walked New York's streets taking photos of everything he saw around him. With a fresh set of eyes, he captured the overall …

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18 Celebrities Who Appeared on The Twilight Zone

Rod Serling's groundbreaking anthology series <i>The Twilight Zone</i> introduced some enduring science-fiction themes and one of the most iconic title …

The First Earth Day in Boston, Philly, and NYC

In 1970, the first Earth Day was celebrated with a series of fairly mild protests focused on environmental issues. Here's what happened in three …

“Mad Men” Creator Matthew Weiner’s Reassuring Life Advice For Struggling Artists

In Getting There: A Book of Mentors, the lauded creator candidly reveals his years of struggle–and his eventual path to success.<p>I remember studying Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s poem “Kubla Khan” in high school. According to Coleridge, upon waking from a deep, opium-induced reverie, he recalled a …

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The Making of Star Wars, 1977 Documentary

Hey, you wanted a 49-minute documentary on the making of <i>Star Wars</i>? Maybe from 1977? And with lots of C-3PO/R2-D2 banter? Okay, we've got that:<p>My …

The '60s Films That Every Fashion Girl Should Watch

Fashion and film have always gone hand in hand, whether it's a designer taking inspiration from a movie's wardrobe or a leading lady sporting the latest couture. We're rounding up the most important movies by decade—from the 1950s to today—that every fashion lover should see.<p><b>1) La Dolce Vita, …

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Mondo Poster Art for Vincent Price’s HOUSE ON HAUNTED HILL

Striking Street Photos Capture the Vibrant Culture of Harlem in the 1970s

In the summer of 1970, French photographer Jack Garofalo (1923-2004) spent six weeks in Harlem, NYC shooting a series of photos for the cover story of <i>Paris Match</i> magazine. His candid street shots document the vibrant sights and culture of Harlem, focusing primarily on the predominantly black …

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Striking Street Photos Document the Vibrant Culture of NYC in the '70s and '80s

For over 30 years, every since his days as an NYU film student, Robert Herman has roamed the streets of New York City with his camera in hand to photograph the sights and people of his urban home. <i>The New Yorkers</i>, shot from 1978 to 2005 on Kodachrome color film, is his collection of candid photos …

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