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Casey Kasem: The Voice of American Radio

Icons | December 15, 2018

Casey Kasem/image from Cincinnatti.com One of the most recognizable voices in radio, Casey Kasem, made his career debut in the groovy era. He was born on April 27, 1932, in Det...

Some Of The BEST Songs Of The Groovy '70s

Music | December 14, 2018

George Harrison English singer-songwriter, guitarist and former Beatle, George Harrison (1943 - 2001), Cannes, France, 30th January 1976. Harrison is in Cannes for the Midem mus...

“The Giving Tree” Author Also Wrote the Novelty Song “Cover of Rolling Stone”

Icons | December 13, 2018

Photo of Shel Silverstein, 1968 (Photo by Alice Ochs/Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images) Today, we remember the American writer She...

Don McLean – A Groovy American Pop Culture Legend In His Own Time

Music | December 12, 2018

Don McLean AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS - American musician Don McLean performs live on stage at the Grand Gala in Amsterdam, Netherlands on 15th February 19...

Groovy Magician Doug Henning

Entertainment | December 11, 2018

In the 1970s, the world of magic was dominated by two people, the dashing and debonair David Copperfield, and the groovy, hippie Doug Henning. Although Copperfield would pull off some of ...

Andre The Giant – The Real Guy

Entertainment | December 10, 2018

CANADA - FEBRUARY 27: Hot hype: Andre The Giant spews vitriol at the referee as fans put in their two cents' worth. (Photo by Jeff Goode/Toronto Star via Getty Images) Andre Rene Roussi...

Two Groovy Theme Park Openings

Entertainment | December 9, 2018

The groovy era is often reflected upon as a simpler time. Peace and love are the themes which usually come to mind. But where peace and love go, happiness is sure to follow. Especially w...

Who Dreamed Up the Crazy Premise of “My Mother The Car”?

Entertainment | December 8, 2018

There have been plenty of terrible sitcom ideas in the history of television, but the short-lived series, My Mother The Car, was perhaps the wackiest. As th...

Groovy Prom Songs from the ‘60s and ‘70s

Culture | December 7, 2018

High school proms are and have been an exciting American tradition for many high school students. Typically, proms are exclusively for upper class-men and have historically...

Christmas Songs from the Vietnam Era

Music | December 6, 2018

Artists have long used Christmas songs to show more than their holiday spirit…they have used them to express their views on world events. Sandwiched between the World War II-era’s ...

Bo Derek Then And Now: Behind The Braids And The Bikini

Entertainment | December 6, 2018

Bo Derek wasn't always Bo Derek -- she came into this world as Mary Collins, and as a teenager she wasn't exactly driven. In fact, the future 10 star and poster girl...

Candy Loving Then And Now: Whatever Happened To Playboy's Girl Next Door?

Culture | December 5, 2018

For many men of a certain age, the name "Candy Loving" brings back a rush memories from 1979: big hair, short shorts, a certain rabbit-head logo, a...

How Legionnaires Disease Got Its Name– Nothing Groovy About It!

Culture | December 5, 2018

Legionnaires Disease was officially diagnosed and named after a fateful American Legion Convention in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1976. There were 4,...

'Sugar Pie, Honey Bunch' 10 Reasons Why The Four Tops Didn't Actually Like The Song 'I Can't He...

Entertainment | December 4, 2018

Released on June 19, 1965, "I Can’t Help Myself (Sugar Pie, Honey Bunch)" thrust The Four Tops into the mainstream with th...

The Play

Entertainment | December 4, 2018

Cal’s Kevin Moen celebrates the game winning touchdown as members of the Stanford Band scatter. (The Tribune/Robert Stinnett/AP) It's the oldest college football rivalry in the West dating back to 1892, but, t...

Groovy Game Shows – Some of America’s Favorites!

Entertainment | December 3, 2018

A Contestant Coaxing -The Big Wheel Round Bob Barker, and a contestant named James look on as the Big Wheel spins around on the game show 'The Price Is Right', Februa...

Death Of A Door-To-Door Salesman

Culture | December 2, 2018

Arthur Miller’s 1949 play, Death of a Salesman, tells the story of Willy Loman, a traveling salesman who believes that one only needs to be well-liked to be successful. And that might ...