BY ED GROSS Having a successful Classic TV show is oftentimes a double-edged sword, on the one hand securing you a place in the hearts of generations of TV viewers while on the other somehow resulting in people not realizing the many other things a...

by Jane Kenney Jerry Lewis and Don Rickles were a couple of the best known and highly praised names in comedy and acting, and The Friars Club Roast of Jerry Lewis from 1971 might be one of the most memorable comedy roasts of all time....

by Dana Daly Musician Brett Tuggle died on June 19. News of his passing was confirmed by his son Matt, who said, “His family was with him throughout the entire time of his illness.” The cause of death has been attributed to complications from cancer....

The iconic American woody (or woodie) wagon dates back to the very beginning of automobile manufacture when car frames were originally made of timber. As metal took over and timber content diminished throughout the 1920s, certain models stubbornly refused to go all-metal. The sheer craftsmanship...

The 1970s were an awkward time for America—in fashion, in hair styles, and yes, even in car interiors. In the 1970s, velour and velvet were popular because it fit into the idea of what was luxurious at the time. Like many trends in the car...

by Jane Kenney In a new issue of Metal Hammer Magazine, Alice Cooper reveals how he loved to terrify parents and how he wanted to create a band that would make The Rolling Stones look like “choirboys.” It’s safe to say, he absolutely nailed that...

BY ED GROSS On and off between 1962 and 1982, Gene Rayburn served as the host of various versions of the Classic TV game show Match Game. In between, he got his start in radio, worked with Steve Allen on The Tonight Show, appeared on...

Believe it or not, the origin of La-Z-Boy Inc. dates all the way back to the 1920s. Since then, the company has grown, evolved, and innovated into a well-known and reputable brand of quality and comfortable home furniture. In 1927, cousins Edward M. Knabusch and...

By: Elisabeth Edwards If you’ve ever played a game of “punch buggy,” you know just how iconic the Volkswagen Beetle is. The Beetle, also known as the Volkswagen Type 1, was first commissioned in 1938 by Adolf Hitler – who asked Porsche founder Ferdinand Porsche...

by: Emily Mikkelsen, Addy Bink, Nexstar Media Wire MOUNT AIRY, N.C. (WGHP) —Maggie Peterson, well-known for her role as Charlene Darling in “The Andy Griffith Show” has passed away. A post to Peterson’s Facebook page says the 81-year-old passed away in her sleep Sunday surrounded...

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