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  • Greenboro Four
    Sit down to take a stand
    In Greensboro, North Carolina, four black college freshmen took a stand for freedom by sitting down on February 1, 1960. Students at A&T University, the young men entered the town’s F. W. Woolworth’s store and seated themselves at...
  • 1960 Chrysler New Yorker
    Missing 1960 Chrysler New Yorker convertible found on Craigslist
    A few weeks ago, I was thinking about a former co-worker whose father bought new a 1960 Chrysler New Yorker convertible. This model has been an unsung collectible, and one of my favorites for years, but it’s often overshadowed by the 1960...
  • James W. Ziskin and Styx and Stone
    Styx and Stone will appeal to Italian art and literature buffs
    James W. Ziskin’s “Styx and Stone” is a classic 1960’s noir novel set in New York at Columbia University about Ellie Stone, a professed modern girl, who plays by her own rules and breaks boundaries while searching for a...
  • Mad Men premiered with a brand new season on Sunday, April 7!
    Step back into the 1960s with Boston Pops flashback photo contest
    Step back in time with the Boston Pops in an extraordinary flashback photo contest! Last year, Boston Pops photo contest theme, “Visions of America” was a rousing success, culminating in a “Visions of America Photo Symphony&rdquo...
  • Bill Mazeroski
    Pittsburgh Area Attractions: Bill Mazeroski Statue
    The history of professional baseball in the city of Pittsburgh goes all the way back to the first World Series in 1903. That year the Boston Americans beat the Pittsburgh Pirates 5 games to 3. Baseball history has always found a place in the city...
  • Chubby Checker at the 2008 Daytona 500 race
    Chubby Checker returns to Daytona on November 8
    Singer and dancer Chubby Checker returns to Daytona Beach on November 8, just three years after performing at the 2008 Daytona 500. He will play the 4 and 7 pm performances at the Volusia County Fair on Tuesday. Both concerts are free with gate...
  • Friday Flashback October 21
    Friday Flashback October 21
    Stepping into the time machine, yes it can be scary; we rewind to the week of October 16-21, 1960, and take a look at what was hot, trendy and a gas.Many have the misconception that the 60s was an era dominated by beatniks and hippies, but this is...
  • What's Happening?
    Tacoma Rainiers tickets fifty cents
    Take me out to the ball game, take me out to the crowd. Buy me some peanuts and cracker jacks, I don't care if I ever get back! For its root root root for the RAINIERS!Monday August 29th, Tuesday the 30th & Wednesday the 31st make it a...
  • Sentiment
    The Help: Civil Rights Remembered!
    I live about twenty minutes from the City of Tampa. Every time I drive on Interstate-4 and unto Interstate-75, I am forced to set my eyes on the largest Confederate Flag in the State of Florida, if not in the United States. I read the historical...
  • Jean Seberg and Jean-Paul Belmondo in Breathless
    'Breathless' wasn't just Godard's peak...it was Seberg's, too
    When the French New Wave classic Breathless hit the screen in 1960, Jean-Luc Godard had sealed his cinematic legacy. In doing so, he gave a young actress her defining role.But here's the interesting thing: she was an American.By 1959, Jean...
  • Spartacus 1960
    DVD rewind: 1960's Spartacus
    April 25, 2011- A little over a week ago, we took a look at the Starz Network original series “Spartacus: Blood and Sand”. I really enjoyed the first season and I’m waiting for the prequel series to come out on DVD. Since these...
  • 1960 Pontiac Bonneville Sport Coupe
    1960 Pontiac Bonneville Sport Coupe
    This lovely 1960 Pontiac Bonneville Sport Coupe was parked at the Mid Week Get Together last Wednesday night in Santa Clara. The Bonneville was the top of the line Pontiac for 1960, and featured Pontiac’s unique “Wide-Track”...
  • The Apartment
    The Apartment - 1960 Review - Nashville Library
    The Apartment **** out of ****The Apartment is Billy Wilder’s best film. And that’s saying something seeing how this is the same guy that both wrote and directed movies like Double Indemnity, The Lost Weekend, and Sunset Blvd. The film...
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    This Week's Classic Movie Screenings in Austin (May 28-June 4)
    Psycho Lobby Card 1960 Related articles Marlon Brando's Greatest Hits A Streetcar Named Desire (1951) The Paramount Theatre Summer Film Series: May 2010 Natalie Wood's Greatest Hits Film Writer Kim Morgan talks 'Night Nurse,' Pre-Code Cinema, and...