20th Century Nostalgia & Experiences
Research into a local restaurant turns up interesting information about pre-World War II Long Island, including a glimpse into an infamous group of Nazi supporters, German submarines, and espionage.
The tradition of crossing you fingers for good luck has been practiced for hundreds of years. Very few of us actually know why this is done or how the tradition originated.
Part one of an autobiography and description of the journey from physical and spiritual poverty to true wealth.
A nostalgic look at growing up in the 1960's. A look at the television shows from back then, board games, outdoor games, and even a fantastic candy bar, the "Seven Up" candy bar. A look at how being raised...
Traveling in the days of the fifties was mostly by automobile with the radio playing our favorite popular tunes. Just a few notes of those old songs can bring memories flooding back.
Memories of the Newbridge Inn which was located North Bellmore, New York. Pizza, beer, airplanes, and bar fights. A personal recollection.
My dad taught us how to ice skate on the lake when we were young. See some fun videos and learn more...
The SS United States passenger ship also has a cold war history. It was the fastest ocean liner ever and the Navy had a military interest in the big ship. Can it be saved?
We look back with nostalgia on the 1980s right now, and during the 80s, we looked back on the 50s. But how good were these times? Let's take a slightly closer look at the big picture.
Buckaroos and Mudpups, nobility and sea captains, mixed farmers and shepherds...and now a long-running restaurateur have all been a part of this wild western story...only in Canada, eh?
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