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Pablo Escobar: The Drug Lord The U.S. Couldn't Catch

Icons | January 17, 2019

Cocaine promised a party that might never end, and for Pablo Escobar, the drug lord who made a fortune off its sale, the same sense of longevity and even invincibi...

Violence At Altamont: The 'Hells Angels Stabbing' And The End Of The 1960s

Culture | January 16, 2019

David Crosby and Graham Nash perform with Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young at the Altamont Speedway Free Festival, California, United States, 6th ...

Farewell Carol Channing: 'Hello, Dolly!' Star Was 97 

Icons | January 15, 2019

For the late Carol Channing, Hello, Dolly! was the role of a lifetime, and one she played many times in her life. By some estimates, Channing, who died on Januar...

This Man Was Jeopardy’s First Host. Who Was Art Fleming?

Icons | January 15, 2019

Art Fleming. Source: (NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images) Today, we associate Alex Trebek with the TV quiz show Jeopardy!, but the first host of the program...

Farrah Fawcett's Red Swimsuit: The Poster That Made Her A Star

Icons | January 14, 2019

WASHINGTON - FEBRUARY 02: Farrah Fawcett memorabilia included in a donation ceremony at the Smithsonian National Museum Of American History on February 2, 2...

'Go Ahead, Make My Day:' Dirty Harry's Famous Dare

Entertainment | January 13, 2019

American actor Clint Eastwood on the set of Dirty Harry, directed by Don Siegel. Source: (Sunset Boulevard/Corbis via Getty Images) It's been one of the all-time most...

Battle Of The Network Stars: This Is Celebrity Sparta!

Entertainment | January 12, 2019

'Battle of the Network Stars' - 11/13/76 on the ABC Television Network competition 'Battle of the Network Stars'. Source: (Photo by ABC via Getty Images) When fam...

The Graduate: Rare Facts About An Era-Defining Film

Entertainment | January 11, 2019

Released in 1967, The Graduate launched Dustin Hoffman's career -- but do you know your Graduate trivia? The movie has been endlessly analyzed as a document of the ...

The 1963 March on Washington: A Civil Rights Triumph

Culture | January 10, 2019

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. addressing crowd of demonstrators outside the Lincoln Memorial during the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. Source: (Photo by Franc...

Tatum O’Neal, Child Star: Then And Now

Entertainment | January 9, 2019

Thirteen-year-old actress Tatum O'Neal, pictured at the Dorchester Hotel, 25th August 1977. Source: (Photo by Harry Fox/Mirrorpix/Getty Images) Tatum O'Neal's performances in P...

Batman's Adam West, And The Sexy Love Life We Never Knew

Icons | January 8, 2019

American actor Adam West, 1967. Source: (Photo by Harry Dempster/Express/Hulton Archive/Getty Images) His character was a virtuous do-gooder, but TV's Batman, A...

Sam Elliott: The Mustache And The Man

Entertainment | January 7, 2019

Actor Sam Elliott attends the 'Tennis and Crumpet Tournament Hosted by Hugh Hefner' on May 21, 1977 at Playboy Mansion in Beverly Hills, California. Source: (Photo by Ron Galella/Wi...

When Rod Stewart Was 'Rod The Mod'

Music | January 6, 2019

Rod Stewart and Faces. Concert in USA. April 1975. Source: Photo by WATFORD/Mirrorpix/Mirrorpix via Getty Images During the groovy era, countless, hip music artists were front and ce...

Tonight Show Guest Hosts: Keeping Johnny Carson's Seat Warm

Entertainment | January 5, 2019

The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson - Season 12 Pictured: (l-r) Ohio State football coach Woody Hayes, guest host Jerry Lewis on December 27, 1973. Source:...

History of Driver's Ed: Simulators and Scare Films

Culture | January 4, 2019

Though it has a longer history, driver's education since the '50s has two components nobody can forget: driving simulators and scare films. The simulators were contr...

'Butch Cassidy And The Sundance Kid:' Why That Ending?

Entertainment | January 3, 2019

Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid's ending, a freeze-frame of our outlaw heroes right before they charge half of the Bolivian army, is sudden and might even make th...

Silver Convention – “Fly Robin Fly”

Music | January 2, 2019

Silver Convention West German disco vocal group Silver Convention perform live on stage circa 1976. The group are, from left: Penny McLean, Ramona Wulf and Linda G. Thompson. So...