Sometimes I see a piece of pop art and just know it’s from the 1950s without knowing anything else about it. Such is the case with this phenomenal piece from 1956, advertising a concert called Modern Jazz for ’56, which seems to have been a package tour. It featured artists such as Chris Connor, the […]
Phyllis Davis of Vega$ in a fetching bathing suit is the latest entry in Hollywood Beauty.
A look at the logo history of Taco Bell, from its founding in 1962 through today.
I know that making fun of 1970s fashion is an easy thing to do, and I certainly enjoy a good bell-bottom or earth tone joke as much as the next guy. But one thing that gets overlooked in ’70s jokes is how primitive the home exercise equipment of that time looks compared to now. To […]
A look at “Fortune Teller,” the 1962 R&B B-side from Benny Spellman that became a rock cover staple.
Here are one dozen college course catalogs from the 1970s, from small junior/community colleges to well-known and prestigious universities.
Everyone loves a good sequel, and I can think of nothing more worthy of a second entry than a gallery of vintage Christmas pinups. In case you missed the first edition, check it out before proceeding. Be of good cheer!
Courtesy this vintage car dealership postcard comes this fun image of the 1964 Mercury Comet Caliente Convertible. It’s the best bargain under the big top!
2016 marks the 50th anniversary of It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown. Let’s celebrate and prove how sincere we really are.