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Favorite 1970’s Bubble Gum Pop Albums

January 28, 2017 | Posted in MUSIC, POP | By

Here are the albums young girls listened to on their turntables in the 1970's.

My favorite teen idols of the 1970’s were young and dreamy looking, with shaggy hair that was just the right length to be considered long and smoldering eyes that seemed to look right at you from the covers of their

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The Best Nickelodeon Nicktoons

March 23, 2016 | Posted in CLASSIC TV, TELEVISION | By

Here is a list of the best Nicktoons of the 1990's. All are now available on DVD so you can watch them over and over again!

Although I have many fond memories of watching Saturday morning cartoons as a child of the 1970’s, there is another group of animated shows that takes me back to happy times.  Nickelodeon, the children’s television network, has created many wonderful

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My Favorite Schoolhouse Rock Songs

February 16, 2016 | Posted in CLASSIC TV, TELEVISION | By

Here are some of my favorite Schoolhouse Rock songs from my childhood.

A Generation Learned Important School Lessons Via Music Has it really been over forty years since the debut of Schoolhouse Rock? Yes, it has! On January 6, 1973, ABC premiered a series of short 3-4 minute cartoons that taught children

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My Favorite 1970’s Made for Television Movies

February 5, 2016 | Posted in CLASSIC TV, TELEVISION | By

Mystery Writers by Nana B Agyei on Flickr

Back in the 1970’s. made for television movies were a staple of prime time television. These features, which were not stories meant for the big screen, but were used to showcase the most popular actors on that particular network. Much

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5 Teen Chick Flicks from the 70’s and 80’s

January 30, 2016 | Posted in CLASSICS, MOVIES | By

Fun Chick Flicks for women over 50-classics from our youth.

Life for those of us in the “Sandwich Generation” can be quite stressful. Between our jobs and volunteering commitments, we are also caring for our children and aging parents. The need to get away and escape from the everyday pressures

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4 Reasons to Love My Grandmother’s Ravioli With Mo Rocca

August 29, 2015 | Posted in REALITY TV, TELEVISION | By

4 Reasons to Love My Grandmother’s Ravioli With Mo Rocca

During the introduction to the Cooking Channel’s popular program, My Grandmother’s Ravioli, we see a young Mo Rocca in photos as he shares a story about his grandmother, whom he calls Momma. She made elaborate Sunday dinners, but alas, he

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Why I Can Watch Rex Smith in Sooner or Later Over and Over Again

January 21, 2015 | Posted in MOVIES | By

Mystery Writers by Nana B Agyei on Flickr

Rex Smith-A Teen Idol is Born On March 25, 1979, I turned on the television in my bedroom with the white furniture and the red shag carpet to watch a movie that did not interest my parents at all. As

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Why Rhoda Morgenstern Was One of My Favorite Television Characters

July 9, 2014 | Posted in CLASSIC TV, TELEVISION | By

Back in the 1970’s, CBS ruled Saturday night television. From the 8:00 premiere of All in the Family to The Carol Burnett Show’s final tug of the ear, it was a night full of laughs.  As a child, my brother and I watched these programs

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