Route 66

Route 66

It’s the road of many names, likely the most famous in the world. Its historic value is unquestionable and extensive. It has been immortalized through song, film, literature and television. And in its heyday, Route 66 literally transformed and paved the landscape of a nation.It’s the road of many names, likely the most famous in the world. Its historic value is unquestionable and extensive. It has been immortalized through song, film, literature and television. And in its heyday, Route 66 literally transformed and paved the landscape of a nation. Continue reading...

Apollo Theater

Apollo Theater

It’s been show time at the Apollo for almost a hundred years, and in that time, some of the biggest celebrities in the business have launched their careers at the famed theater, located in the predominantly black neighborhood, Harlem, on 125th street in New York City. Continue reading...

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Star Trek Technology

Over at our Retrotalk discussion boards, posters have been discussing the technology of The Jetsons and how we stack up today against the cartoon’s vision of the future. Truth be told, however, when one uses Star Trek as a gauge, we seem to be making more progress. Continue reading...

3-2-1 Contact

3-2-1 Contact

With an immensely catchy opening theme and the cool ways they incorporated science into everyday situations, the 3-2-1 Contact crew became a staple in after school TV viewing. Most fans can still sing along to the theme song and all remember the show with nostalgic fondness. A few may even credit the series with instilling an early interest in science. All in all, the consensus is that they don’t make ‘em like they used to anymore. Continue reading...

All New Mickey Mouse Club

The All-New Mickey Mouse Club

When the original Mickey Mouse Club debuted in 1955, it quickly earned the loyalty of millions of young viewers, who gathered around the set to visit with their favorite Disney cartoon characters, and some human friends as well, such as Annette, Tommy, Bobby, Doreen, and Cubby. When the popular show ended its run in 1959, it made a short-lived comeback in the 70s, with The New Mickey Mouse Club. And three decades after the original, youngsters could once again tune into The All-New Mickey Mouse Club, a modernized version of a classic for an all-new 90s generation of Disney fans. Let's take a look back. Continue reading...