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The Crash of Delta Airlines Flight 723

Editor Picks | July 29, 2021

On July 31, 1973, Delta Flight 723 left Burlington, Vermont on a scheduled domestic passenger flight to Logan International Airport in Boston. The plane, a Douglas twin-engine D...

1960 Election of Kennedy Vs. Nixon

Culture | July 27, 2021

President John F. Kennedy persists as one of the most famous Commander in Chiefs in American history. While his historical immortality derives in part from his tragic assassination ...

Vera Miles: Hitchcock's Potential Replacement For Grace Kelley

Entertainment | July 25, 2021

Vera Miles was born Vera June Ralston in Boise City, Oklahoma on August 23, 1929. She was crowned Miss Kansas in 1948; she went on to become the third ru...

Home Trends in the 1970s

Fads | July 23, 2021

Key parties, disco, and Woodstock all epitomize the ‘70s, including a different sort of wood that filled the homes of burgeoning baby boomers across America. Along with a shag carpet and lino...

Forgotten One-Hit Wonders

Music | July 21, 2021

Creating a song that enraptures an entire country encapsulates the mission of artists the world over. Standing out in the music scene, perhaps the most crowded and competitive industry on ea...

Fashion Mistakes in the 1960s

Fads | July 19, 2021

The ‘60s was a time for changes in the fashion world, as the beginning of the decade still held on to the more conservative fashions of the prior decade. Some of the fashion mistakes of ...

The First Microprocessor Released in 1971 by Intel

Culture | July 17, 2021

When it comes to our knowledge of how electronics work, most of us understand it in the same way a dog understands algebra. You could say it ran on magic pixie dust ...

Jack Nicholson's Oscar Winning Performances over the Decades

Entertainment | July 15, 2021

Jack Nicholson was born on April 22, 1937, to June Frances Nicholson, who was only 17 when he was born. June’s parents agreed to raise Nicholson as their o...

1968: Expansion of Major League Baseball

Culture | July 13, 2021

America’s original pastime, baseball, dates way back to 1846. As with America, over 150 years the game has changed and gone through many different “eras.” From the days of “Wh...

Popular toys in the 1970s

Culture | July 11, 2021

The ‘70s saw wild changes in almost every aspect of American life but, most enjoyably in toys! The decade that exposed incredible instability with Watergate and Vietnam also unleashed a torr...

Morganna "The Kissing Bandit"

Icons | July 9, 2021

Morganna Roberts love of baseball started when her grandfather took her to see a game in Louisville, her birthplace, and she was so connected to the sport that she even met her future hu...

The Spy Who Loved Me

Entertainment | July 7, 2021

The James Bond movies function similar to the Presidency. The faces may change but the institution remains the same. For James Bond, “The Spy Who Loved Me” represented a return to prominence. Aft...

Questions surrounding Jim Morrison’s death

Music | July 5, 2021

Jim Morrison was a voracious reader and was inspired by philosophers and poets from a young age. He started college at Florida State University in 1962, but in 1964, he mo...

In '9 to 5,' Parton, Fonda And Tomlin Spoke To Workers Everywhere

Entertainment | July 2, 2021

The film “9 to 5” starring Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin, and Dolly Parton became a massive hit in 1980 thanks to its headliners and its forward-thinking id...

How Americans celebrated Independence day in 1968

Culture | July 1, 2021

In 1968, America was in turmoil. Between the situation in Vietnam, the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr. and Robert Kennedy, and the riots, including the Holy ...

The 10 Grooviest Cocktails And How To Make Them

Culture | June 29, 2021

Prohibition did not stop people from drinking, but it did make the alcohol pretty unpalatable. This didn’t stand in people’s ways, as they simply started cutting the al...

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