Archive for the ‘Nostalgia’ Category

The People’s List Of Albums

Music great Pitchfork recently combined powers with Converse to create the ultimate music list with tunes spanning the past 15 years. This 200 album ranking offers music lovers a little piece of ear heaven. Here’s […]

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What John And Yoko’s Butler Saw: A Surreal Account Of The Lennons’ Live-In Assistant During The Last Days Of The Beatles

The last years of The Beatles were full of excitement, especially for John Lennon and Yoko Ono. A new tell all penned by Dan Richter, former “American Friend,” assistant, and staff of the Lennon-Ono power […]

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Lists: The Strokes’ Ten Best Songs

While meandering down a four lane highway and fumbling for a c.d., I was reminded of how great The Strokes are. There’s just something in the beats and bass of that band! See for yourself […]

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100 Greatest Maniacal Movie Laughs

Laughter is as essential to life as oxygen. Some laughs are good. Some are contagious. And some are absolutely diabolical. Here’s the proof with 100 Greatest Maniacal Movie Laughs.

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10 Most Memorable Nurses In Cinema

The depiction of nurses on film has changed greatly over the years: from the heroic candy-stripers of WWII-era flicks, through the bawdy sex comedies of the 1960s and 1970s, to the more heroic characters of […]

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Top 100 Best Acoustic Songs

Throughout history, some of the most powerful songs were stripped down and produced without the distraction of electric noise. Acoustic music is a great way for musicians to express their style in their most simple […]

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10 Of The Most Beloved Dogs In Literature

Books which feature man’s best four legged friend are classic treasures. From Old Yeller to Buck from Call of The Wild, tales of wagging tails and adventure are true gems. Here’s a list dedicated to […]

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The History of American Gambling

Gambling has been one of America’s favorite traditions for many years. And it will continue to be one for many years to come. However, have you ever wondered how people gambled a long time ago? […]

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Cubans Make Huge Daiquiri To Honor Hemingway

It’s no secret that acclaimed American author Ernest Hemingway spent lots of time drinking in Havana. In honor of that fact, the El Floridita tavern blended a 71 foot, 71 gallon drink to honor the […]

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The Legend And Legacy Of American Pie

Don McLean charted the top of music charts after writing, recording, and releasing the treasured hit “American Pie.” The 8 minute, 38 second masterpiece went to number one on January 15, 1972, stayed there for […]

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