I read about History to a Tee in last month’s Earnshaw’s trade magazine. And with Martin Luther King Day, President Obama’s 2nd inauguration, and Black History Month all approaching, there’s never been a better time to check out this collection … Continue reading
Category Archives: retro stuff
Editor’s Note: This post was first published in December 2011. I have to tell you about another amazing NYC event I attended recently–a party at FAO Schwarz to kick-off the holiday launch of Mastercard’s “Priceless New York” campaign. Perhaps you … Continue reading
30 years ago, You Can’t Do That on Television (featuring a young Alanis Morrisette and buckets and buckets of Nickelodeon’s now-famous slime) was one of my favorite TV shows. Who else watched it?
Right before the holidays, I fell down the rabbit hole at Etsy, searching for vintage wrapping paper. As a paper-phile, you know I enjoy hunting down the best wrapping paper in addition to the best gifts. And once I started … Continue reading
It’s funny how furniture come back in style. I’ve been thinking about getting a media console/low dresser to put in our living room to house our DVDs, Wii games, and the like. I like mid-20th century furniture design (a la … Continue reading
I found this ad in a National Geographic magazine my parents saved from 1955. Funny, right? (My 9yo: “Mommy, what’s a ‘negative’?”) .
I always wanted The Original Snoopy Sno-Cone Machine when I was a kid (it first debuted in 1979), and never got one, so my 9-year-old daughter didn’t need to twist my arm too much to buy her one as a Hanukkah … Continue reading
I haven’t had a chance yet to tell you about our new affiliate, ModCloth. It’s a fun, addictive women’s clothing site that features unique, vintage-inspired fashion and hard-to-find indie designers. Nothing too “out there” but just clothing that is super … Continue reading
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Editor’s Note: This post is from our archives–but it’s still a favorite pick. My kids and I have been watching It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown already this October. It never gets old! It wouldn’t be Halloween (or Thanksgiving, or … Continue reading