Flashback 1990: Arnold Scaasi Talks to World of Wonder

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“I am definitely not a minimalist designer!” declared the late Arnold Scaasi in this 1990 flashback from an episode Manhattan Cable. ... See the Rest

Flashback 1973: The Revolutionary Sylvia Rivera Reminds Us What Stonewall Was Really About

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It was an absolutely perfect weekend, wasn't it? As close to bliss as I've ever come at a Pride parade. Things finally seem to be going our way. The LGBT movement is in some pretty capable hands. ... See the Rest

#Flashback75: Elton John, Bette Midler & Michael Jackson on The Cher Show 40 Years Ago!

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If you want to know what gay heaven is like (if you grew up in the 70s) take a look at Elton John, Cher, Bette Midler and Flip Wilson performing Mockingbird, Ain't No Mountain High Enough, Never Can Say Goodbye and Proud ... See the Rest

#LostNYCToo: Mighty Manhattan, New York’s Wonder City In 1949

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This is a relatively long video, but if you've got 15 minutes, it's like time-traveling and totally worth it. You see long-vanished landmarks it's a romantic look at an almost quaint city, ... See the Rest

Film Flashback: Sixty Years Ago Marilyn Monroe Stood Over A Subway Grate & Became An Icon

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In September of 1954, the famous scene above a subway grate from The Seven Year Itch, starring ... See the Rest

Flashback: Joan Rivers Roasts Lady Bunny

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If you saw my post yesterday of an upset Lady Bunny "remembering" ... See the Rest

Flashback 1994: This Is What Was Going On 20 Years Ago…

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Well, the summer is done. The Wow Report just celebrated 10+ years and See the Rest

Flashback ’84: Baby RuPaul In The Meatpacking District

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Oh, this is so much fun to see. I met Ru at The Pyramid around this time, fresh off the boat (bus?) from Atlanta with a group called The Now Explosion. This footage and lots of other great stuff, was shot by the late Nelson Sullivan. See the Rest