Flashback 1964: New York World’s Fair

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Yesterday was the 50th anniversary of the opening ... See the Rest

Flashback/ Flash Forward: A Period Easter Parade In NYC

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If I had drained the beautiful color out of these pictures, cropped out the modernity, and posted them in black and white you would SWEAR they were vintage, right? ... See the Rest

60s Flashback: Amazing Toronto Time Capsule For Sale

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An elderly Toronto woman is selling her home. No big news, right? Except that it is in PRISTINE condition after having been lovingly maintained for 72 years by the home ... See the Rest

Design Flashback 1960: Jayne Mansfield & Mickey Hargitay

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Shot by LIFE photographer Allan Grant in 1960, the 50s sex symbol, Jayne Mansfield, shows us around her 40-room mansion, dubbed “the Pink Palace”, which she shared with her husband Mickey Hargitay, Mr. Universe 1955. Ringo Starr later lived in the Mediterranean-style house. It ... See the Rest

Flashback 1986: Fiorucci Loves Andy Warhol

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The late Nelson Sullivan was always on the scene with his video camera and in 1986 on Valentine's Day, he caught Andy Warhol signing his new photography book "America" at a Fiorucci in-store party. My old pals Joey Arias, Erich Conrad, April Palmieri, Andy's assistant Benjamin ... See the Rest

Flashback 1990: Young Spike Jones

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(via Rosemary's-Baby-Daddy) ... See the Rest

Flashback 1999: Seventeen Magazine’s Guide to Being Emo

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It's sort of blurry, but the Emo pickup lines include: "Do you blog here often?" "Wanna trade mix tapes?" "Your hair is everywhere, can I push it off your face?" and ... See the Rest

Flashback 1994: The Crying Number

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Very odd and little-remembered pop culture phenomenon from the mid-'90s, the crying number, where you would call a 1-900 number to hear the recording of an incredibly sad story that would totally make you cry. Not sure why anyone would WANT that, but remember the early '90s were ... See the Rest