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10 things you might not know about Andy Warhol
A pioneer in the pop-art movement, Warhol effectively combined the art world with celebrity culture
These ‘70s models definitively prove matching outfits bring couples closer together
It's a different kind of match game that married couples know well.
These were the Top 10 hits in America this week in 1968
The charts were a spooky mix of blue, green, lemon and "beinz."
6 fast facts about Archie and the gang
There's a lot going on in Riverdale.
10 fascinating facts about Mister Rogers
Mr. Rogers welcomed everyone to his neighborhood, from Michael Keaton to Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman.
February 16, 1968: First 911 call
The first call was made in Haleyville, Alabama — over a decade after the idea was brought up.
R.I.P. Marty Allen, comedian and game show favorite
He appeared on The Ed Sullivan Show more than 40 times.
14 creepy vintage Valentine cards to use if you want to scare your Valentine away
Is this Valentine's Day or Halloween?
Then and now: The cast of 'The Facts of Life'
Tootie, Jo, Blair, Natalie and George are still doing big things. Especially George.
Watch: This man built an electric organ out of Furbies and the result is oddly mesmerizing
Who knew a chorus of Furbies could sound so soothing?
The most popular Valentine's Day candy by state
Conversation hearts remain America's most popular Valentine's candy.
February 8, 1968: Orangeburg Massacre
Outside of the town and campus, the story of the Orangeburg massacre isn’t well-known.
Revisit 1968 through the year's albums
In celebration of February’s airings of 'Decades Presents: 1968 - The Music,' let’s travel
10 things you never knew about 'Diff'rent Strokes'
Willis knows what we're talking about. Do you?
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.