Director: Andrew Schneider Director of Photography: Mike Koziel Photography: Jack Schroeder Production: PorchHouse Pictures This is the story of the first car to bear the Porsche name – The Type 64. Developed 1939, the car survived war torn Germany to go on to be the baseline for one of the greatest modern auto manufacturers. To […]
Netflix knows how to tap into nostalgia! Their Rocko’s Modern Life revival is hitting the streaming service August 9th. Originally airing from 1993-1996, the Nickelodeon animated series Rocko’s Modern Life follows the adventures of an Australian wallaby named Rocko and his two companions, Heffer and Filburt, through their adventures in their home of O-Town. Read […]
On the 6th December 1966 four guys from Liverpool stepped into Abbey Road Studios and began to record an album. 333 hours and many questionable substances later, The Beatles had emerged having produced their eight album, Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band. It would go on to sell over 32 million copies worldwide and be […]
Hello, Sun Belt, My Old Friend Sun Belt football fans emerge from the darkness to take on the establishment yet again. Contact @astatefanrules [jwplayer PkCtjTd4-boEY74VG] Every Sun Belt football fan as their own offseason coping mechanism – adopting less-than-healthy pursuits to numb the pain, like wrestling alligators or maybe trying that goofy Paleo Diet. Mine […]
I have had an on-again/off-again love affair with Final Fantasy XIV since its relaunch back in 2013. I started playing it when it was a PS3 game, transitioned to PS4 with the Heavensward expansion, and then to the PC with the Stormblood expansion. I had no where to transition to with the Shadowbringers expansion, but […]
In the past few years as social media platforms like instagram and youtube have risen the the top and stolen countless hours of our lives, traditional blogs have fallen by the wayside. But blogs were the beginning! I remember spending countless hours in my younger years scrolling through every post on my favorite blogs, soaking […]
It’s been one month since we left Vermont and moved back to Virginia. There are many things I miss about our lives in New England, but I have that satisfaction in my deepy downs that comes from being home, that comes from being where people talk like you do, that comes from knowing the names […]
To highlight just how many great tunes are remembered, primarily, for the guitar lines at the heart of the song, we’ve compiled 15 of our favourite riffs… Words Russ Cook 15. Cream – ‘Sunshine of Your Love’ Despite his protestations, Eric Clapton was once hailed as ‘God’. This riff, among the gazillion more he’s written since […]
2019 has been a shockingly weak year for movies. While doing my Cinematic Century project here I’ve really learned how Hollywood can have very strange ebbs and flows where one year will be an extravaganza of amazing and seminal films, while the next year will be almost completely bereft of memorable films. And, so […]
Amazon Prime sigue buscando posicionarse en la guerra de compañías de streaming; y ha encontrado en un cómic de ciencia ficción situado en los años ochenta una manera de competir contra su gran rival con una historia que le permita llenarse de referencias y nostalgia de esta década. Amazon Prime Video se unirá a Legendary […]
This month, Hilltown Families Contributing Writer, Cheryl Allan Carlyle, encourages readers to try their hand – literally – at creating their own special piece of pottery. Featured here are five local studios to visit to begin connecting with potters who are passionate about sharing their skills and knowledge with other aspiring artists.
President of Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) Mr Ayuba Wabba, on Tuesday commended President Muhammadu Buhari for signing the Africa Continental Free Trade Agreement. He said the agreement would benefit the lives of Nigerian workers and open trade relations in the region. Wabba disclosed this to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on the sidelines of […]
I spent my Independence Day weekend binge-watching Stranger Things season 3, and it is now one of my favorite shows. The long weekend is perfect for taking what is really just a long movie broken up into 8 parts, and I’m now sold on the show’s entire nostalgia/horror/popcorn entertainment schtick.