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How women's winter wear has changed through the decades
Whatever your personal tastes, you'll be sure to find a favorite when you see how these winter
Ronald Reagan's daughter is developing a TV series about her dad
The big question is: Who should play the Gipper?
R.I.P Jim Nabors, the beloved star of 'Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C.' and 'The Andy Griffith Show'
The TV icon and crooner passed away at 87.
Get in the Christmas spirit with these retro greeting cards — complete with puppies and kittens
7 things you might not know about Rose Marie
When it comes to showbiz, nobody has a resume like the legendary Rose Marie.
17 underrated and underplayed Christmas songs of the 1970s
Dig a little deeper in Santa's sack for these glam, country and soul gems.
30 years ago, a fake Max Headroom hijacked the airwaves on Chicago TV
he person responsible for the pirate broadcast remains unknown.
9 facts about Boris Karloff that show he was more than a monster
Image: RKO Radio Pictures Without the Universal Monsters, where would horror films be these
40 years ago, Bing teamed with Bowie for the most unlikely Christmas classic
The greatest holiday duet of the 1970s might not have happened without some quick rewrites.
8 beauty products that aren't as old as you might think
Many products that we can't imagine living without have only existed within the last century
6 reasons why the ‘90s was the best decade for teen movies
5 fun facts about the scrunchie
Fashion and comfort rarely come hand-in-hand, so this is quite the event.
The greatest episode of 'Star Trek' was nearly far, far different
In some alternate timeline, "City on the Edge of Forever" has a flawed Kirk and a darker plot.
Let's rank the top 10 Bond Girl looks
The ladies of the 007 films have almost gone on to become bigger cultural icons than the agent
8 weird vintage products you'd be hard-pressed to find nowadays
Would you rather wear a nose warmer or a nose trainer?
Where did your favorite retro cocktails get their names?
Cocktails have their own special place in popular culture. From the bathtub gin of American prohibition,
Walter Cronkite knew his grammar was good, as a journalist should
The moral of the story: never ask a journalist to compromise his grammar.
7 facts you may not know about Walter Cronkite
Over the years, Cronkite has gone down in history as one of the greatest reporters of all time,