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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.
10 rock and pop songs that were surprisingly inspired by classic TV shows
Both Ozzy and Thin Lizzy are big fans of Perry Mason.
Necco may make its last wafer soon
You might want to stock up on your favorite classic candies.
10 things to know about Our Miss Brooks
Before Mary Tyler Moore paved the way in the newsroom, Eve Arden was a pivotal force on television
8 TV locations you can visit in real life
Where should you stop off on your next vacation?
One clothing company pretty much dressed every man on TV in the '60s and '70s
Television shows were a live-action catalog for Botany 500 back in the day.
Bidding adieu to the VW Beetle
Volkswagen announced it was discontinuing the Beetle in favor of the new Microbus.
Before The Sopranos, David Chase wrote mob stories on Kolchak: The Night Stalker
Did Benny Sposato inspire Tony Soprano?
The music video for Never Gonna Give You Up is a fashion pioneer and it's time we treat it as such
'80s music video or American Apparel ad?
March 8, 1968: The Church of Rock and Roll opens
The Mary Tyler Moore Show’s most complex female stories were written by women
The Mary Tyler Moore Show to female writers trying to break into the industry: "Write as many
A look back at Glamour's iconic cover girls
Landing a 'Glamour' cover was a career changer for many women in Hollywood.
10 things you should know about 'I Married Joan'
There's a lot to know about the wacky housewife!
10 stunning facts you never knew about the Barbie doll
The doll that billions bought graced a million-dollar Andy Warhol painting.
10 supersonic, hot-hot-hot one-hit wonders from 1988
Don't worry, you'll be happy to hear these again.
March 4, 1968: The LeClair Affair
“People remember the protests and the hippies and this and that,” said Behr. “I don’t
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