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19 chocolatey candy bars from the 1970s that went extinct
Someone still cares about Caravelles.
People have tried to work TVs into their decor for decades
Is your TV out in the open for all to see?
‘Ed Sullivan Show’ composer Robert Arthur dies at 89
Robert Arthur worked on 'The Ed Sullivan Show' for nearly its entire run.
February 1, 1968: Saigon Execution Photo
The photo helped galvanize American public opinion against the Vietnam War.
Elton John's best TV outfits, ranked by glorious excessiveness
The singer has announced his retirement.
A visual history of the beer can
Today is Beer Can Appreciation Day!
The oldest actress in Hollywood, Connie Sawyer, has passed away at 105
Known as "The Clown Prince of Comedy," the actress appeared on 'The Andy Griffith Show,' 'The
12 inoffensive songs that were banned in the 1950s
Both "Charlie Brown" and "Little Susie" got in trouble with the adults.
5 VHS board games that’ll have you saying, ''I remember that!''
Were these interactive games at your '90s game nights?
7 fun facts about John Carpenter
Steve McQueen's long lost, beloved Mustang was discovered last year in a Mexican junkyard
Two cars used in 'Bullitt' were recently unearthed, in Tennessee and south of the border.
January 21, 1968: US B-52 Nuclear Bomber Crashes in Greenland
In any other time, an even such as the crash at Thule air base may have been the news that rocked
January 15, 1968: The Jeannette Rankin Brigade March
The Progressive Era Republican pacifist played a huge role in the women’s suffrage movement
Believe it or not, these popular things all turn 100 years old in 2018
Break out your Lincoln Logs and heat up the Velveeta! It's a big birthday!
Six facts about bobbleheads to nod along to
January 7 is National Bobblehead Day.
5 fast facts about 'Life with Elizabeth'
Image: Guild Films
Though Betty White may claim
Your next nostalgia kick: Converse brings back 1970s-style Chucks
How to follow the '70s footsteps in style.
January 5, 1968: Dr. Spock Indictment
In June of 1968, following his January indictment, Spock and three other men were found guilty