Julie Newmar In Playboy, Photos And On Growing Old - Flashbak
Julie Newmar was Catgirl. On April 27, 2013, we went to see Julie take questions at the Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo at McCormick Place, in Chicago. Julie was the first Catwoman to TV’s Batman. Her fabulous portrayal of the comic book temptress in the 1960s Batman has been praised in musical and film. For … Continue reading "Julie Newmar In Playboy, Photos And On Growing Old"
1980s Teenagers and Their Bedroom Walls - Flashbak
Desire, adoration, safety, identity and escape are all there on the teenager’s bedroom walls. In the 1980s, these teenagers were photographed in their bedrooms – the place where they go to dream. Every morning, even before I open my eyes, I know I am in my bedroom and my bed. But if I go … Continue reading "1980s Teenagers and Their Bedroom Walls"
The True Story of The Holocaust Train Rescued From The Heart of Darkness - Friday, April 13th, 1945 - Flashbak
Near the end of the war, Jewish prisoners from the Bergen-Belsen death camp were being transported by rail to another camp when their German guards abandoned the train. The US Army came upon the survivors. Two soldiers took photographs. And from those pictures, decades later something wonderful happened. Matthew Rozell is a United States … Continue reading "The True Story of The Holocaust Train Rescued From The Heart of Darkness – Friday, April 13th, 1945"
At Home with the Rolling Stones in 1965 - Flashbak
The Danish photographer Bent Rej, as he once put it, was in the right place at the right time when he started photographing the Rolling Stones. When the band came to Denmark for the first time the promoters were friends of Rej’s and he was able to follow them throughout Scandinavia. He became close friends … Continue reading "At Home with the Rolling Stones in 1965"
The 20 Best Celebrity Mugshots Of All Time
Celebrities are real human beings too. And sometimes they commit crimes and get on the wrong side of the law. Here are 20 of the best and funniest celebrity mugshots of all time chosen for their style, historic importance or posing skill.
Feed Sack Fashions And Patterns of Depression Era America - Flashbak
During the Depression people used cotton flour bags and feed sacks to make clothes, curtains, diapers, awnings and other household items.
Photographer Updates Postcards Of 1960s Resorts Into Their Abandoned Ruins - Flashbak
I found the old matchbook lying on a desk, writes Pablo Maurer. It was buried under some papers, beside a thick, water-logged book frozen solid in the January chill. I ran my fingers down its spine and read the title: “How to Run A Successful Golf Course.” The owner of the Penn Hills Resort in … Continue reading "Photographer Updates Postcards Of 1960s Resorts Into Their Abandoned Ruins"