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May 16, 1968: Donald Ballard Receives the Medal of Honor

Working his way through the ranks and over to the Army National Guard, Ballard served the United ...more

Lost TV: Rediscover these classic shows in May on Decades

Tune in for a comic strip adaptation and the first female police star.

This Rawhide star is responsible for the most recognizable scream in cinema history

…and one of the biggest novelty songs in pop history.

Love 'em or loathe 'em, you will never eat these 10 black licorice treats again

Here are some acquired tastes you can never acquire.

10 psychedelic, soulful and sugary one-hit wonders from 1969

Rediscover lost gems by Crazy Elephant, Spiral Starecase, Smith and the Winstons.

R.I.P. Bob Dorough, Schoolhouse Rock! composer who wrote ''Three Is the Magic Number''

The famous children's songwriter passed away at the age of 94.

Wait For Your Laugh director Jason Wise talks his experience with Rose Marie

"Luckily, she loved the film. She laughed and cried through it."

Shelly Goldstein reminisces about longtime friend Rose Marie

"She did it all, she did it all perfectly and she did it first."

Behind the scenes with Rose Marie

It's no surprise she was just as charming off-screen as she was on

The 5 greatest Disney roles of Hayley Mills

From Pollyanna to pay cable.

Nobody in showbiz was as helpful as Rose Marie

Kissed by a Rose Marie... am I right?

8 little snippets about Rose Marie

There's a lot to know about the beloved comedian.

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.

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