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30 big things that happened in pop culture 40 years ago
1978 gave us Lego people, Van Halen, the LaserDisc, Garfield, Reese's Pieces and so much more.
'Wait For Your Laugh' - Encore Presentation May 18
Learn the story of the woman who literally did it all.
The Peabody Awards creates a whole new category just to honor Carol Burnett
Congratulations to the funniest woman in the world!
You probably forgot these 11 albums all went to No. 1 in the 1970s
Do you have a Red Octopus or Brief Case Full of Blues in your collection?
These were the top selling concerts in America 40 years ago
Foghat was basically the Coldplay of 1978.
The Mary Tyler Moore Show addressed the wage gap in 1972
"Oh, because he was a man."
Lost TV: Rediscover these classic shows in April on Decades
Tune in for Honey West, Robin Hood, Mr. Lucky and more.
New Elton John ''reimaginings'' in stores April 6
New cover albums showcase the variety of artists who have been influenced by Elton John.
June Lockhart quietly turned Petticoat Junction into a somewhat progressive sitcom
Lockhart was the rare actress with a recurring doctor role in 1960s television.
7 fascinating facts about Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman
See more about Seymour.
Batman made his first apperance 79 years ago
His adventures were amazing and unique!
Lucie Arnaz talks about her parents' love and the upcoming movie 'Lucy and Desi'
Arnaz met with Cate Blanchett to discuss the biopic.
8 facts about the iconic Radio Flyer wagon
What memories do you have with your red wagon?
8 logical facts about Leonard Nimoy
With a quirky sense of humor and an aversion to taking himself too seriously, Nimoy was a favorite
How Kookie and Kramer helped define the hipster on television
Sorry, modern hipsters, you are about 60 years too late.
Waitresses at chain restaurants had to wear some funky uniforms in the 1970s
Perhaps "costume" is a better word.
10 of the coolest vintage items from the Mad Men auction
It's been three years since the acclaimed series ended, and now you can own some of the props.
Every attempted Facts of Life spin-off we wish would've really happened
Apparently The Facts of Life was not about a Richard Dean Anderson spin-off.