When Bowling Dominated Saturday-Afternoon Television

While it may seem inconceivable today, there was a time when bowling dominated Saturday-afternoon television.

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Sixties Flashback: ‘It’s de Wolfman, Baybeee!’

He couldn’t shapeshift into a wolf, and his real name wasn’t Jack. In fact, when he was born in 1938, Wolfman Jack was known back then simply as Bob Smith from Brooklyn.

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What? Paul McCartney is Dead?

In September 1969, the student newspaper at Drake University in Iowa published an article entitled “Is Beatle Paul McCartney Dead?”

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It Was 50 Years Ago Today: ‘Fire and Rain’

He was just 22 when his introspective breakout single on Warner Records made James Taylor an international pop star.

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Tinseltown Talks: Olivia de Havilland (1916-2020) – The End of an Era

It’s a sobering thought for fans of classic film. The passing of Olivia de Havilland in late July, just three weeks after her 104th birthday July 1, represents the loss of the last surviving big-screen legend from Hollywood’s Golden Age of the 1930s.

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The Reel Deal: The Glorias

“The truth will set you free. But first it will piss you off.”

– Gloria Steinem

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It Was 50 Years Ago Today: ‘In the Summertime’

C’mon, admit it. The cheerful, shuffling Top 5 single of “In the Summertime” brought a smile to your face and got your fingers drumming back in the summer of 1970.

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Tinseltown Talks: Fran Drescher and The Nanny Reunion

Reassembling a dozen cast members from a popular ’90s TV sitcom could pose a challenge for any network, much less an individual. But it was a task Fran Drescher relished.

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The Reel Deal: Mulan

The original Mulan, released 22 summers ago, featured remarkable animation, well-defined characters, and a memorable soundtrack. It became a runaway box-office success and raked in $300 million worldwide.

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