There was a Sears department store in every mall throughout New York state when we were growing up. Around Christmas time, our parents would always take out the Sears Holiday Wish Book catalog and tell us to circle what we wanted Santa to bring us. Here is a catalog from the 1980s for you to flip through and take a trip down memory lane!
The guys from the hit A & E Television Network show American Pickers are coming back to New York, and could possibly be scouring the area looking for unique gems stashed away in your basement, garage, junkyard and barns.
1989 doesn't seem that long ago, but when I found this video I realized it looks like a lifetime ago. Our fashions have changed, our digital video, graphics and even audio have vastly improved, I mean, just see it for yourself.
Bub and I are on a journey to renovate our 1930's bungalow and we're ready to take on the biggest challenge! The kitchen!
Click here to see all of the before pictures!
Three important things to know ---
1 - Bub and I are doing all of the labor ourselves...
If you've followed the saga of our attempt to purchase a 1930's bungalow, then you know that it's been a long road! There was trouble with our bank and we ended up homeless for a month! (Meaning we stayed in cheap hotels while everything we owned lived in our friend's garage...
A vintage PSA about STDs called "VD Is For Everybody" is making the rounds again. It's from the late '60s or early '70s, and it's been online since at least 2006. But for some reason it's trending right now.
Apparently it was supposed to make people realize anyone can get an STD, but it's so lovely, it kinda makes it seem not so bad to get VD...
The other day Richie Phillips and I both did a story about National Eight Track Tape Day, which was April 11th. I mentioned about how we could play music from the eight track tape cartridges in our cars, but we couldn’t play records. One of our WGNA Facebook fans, Steve Ryan, told me that there was a car record player.