In this episode of ”The Judy Garland Show,” from 1964, a group of dancers perform their interpretation of a dance called ”The Nitty Gritty.”
For most hikers, a trek in the mountains might lead to a few bug bites and some nature selfies. For Jordan Liles, his hike led to the discovery of…
During the 1920s in the town of Elko, Nevada, something strange was happening.
Imagine tearing down a wall to do a standard remodel and finding a treasure trove of artifacts from the past waiting behind it.
Take a trip down memory lane with us!
The soundtrack to 1960 was quite spectacular, as you’ll see with the top 10 Billboard hits from that year. See if you can guess them all!
Here are 7 everyday-items that have either gone the way of the dodo or have drastically changed since their heyday.
If you lived through the ’60s, chances are your taste buds experienced quite the roller coaster of cuisines.
On August 14th, 1945, President Harry S. Truman announced to the world that Japan had surrendered, effectively putting an end to World War II.
We were surprised to learn a few things we never knew about The Queen.
In 1955, Fred Parris and The Satins recorded one of the most beloved hits of all time in the basement of a church in Connecticut.
The residents LOVED it!
The pot — which researchers determined to be nearly 800 years old —was a significant find itself, but what archaeologists found inside is the real story.
An old trunk holding more than 2,600 undelivered letters from the 17th century was discovered, and its contents are fascinating.
Amongst the usual attic items was something out of the ordinary…
And they were all in pristine condition!
It takes just seconds!
It’s pretty interesting to see just how much men’s fashion has changed in the past 100 years (those 80’s outfits…yikes)!
He said he heard a “metallic waterfall,” while loading it onto the truck.