Great Scott! A neighbor who lived next to the Southern California home that served as Marty McFly's "Back to the Future" house grabbed a camcorder and shot footage of the third movie being filmed.
Anita Page (August 4, 1910 – September 6, 2008) was an American film actress who reached stardom in the last years of the silent film era. Page became a highly popular young star. She was referred to as "a blond, blue-eyed Latin" and "the girl with the most beautiful face in Hollywood" in the 1920s. She retired from acting in 1936 and returned to acting in 1996. See more »
Not for the first time, here's a fantastic 1970s book on prehistoric animals from Purnell, purveyors of fine model photography and anachronistic pop-up battles. Find Out About Prehistoric Animals is considerably more hefty than any Purnell...Show More Summary
Truth be told, there’s a lot of vintage glass out there that’s leaps and bounds better than some of the more modern lenses we see on the market. Because they’re old and typically require some kind of mounting adapter to fit newer cameras, vintage lenses just don’t see much love nowadays; however, that doesn’t mean [...]Show More Summary
Vintage Ferraris are heavily revered machines. Many consider them to be works of fine art where the medium is steel, glass, leather, and rubber. This means they are not to be tampered with, and doing so is akin to committing an act of automotive treason. Not everyone thinks this way though, which is how you occasionally find yourself staring at...
Related: "We were really fed up with the rentals market, but it’s also true to say that we wanted to do something a bit bold. Renting felt so mediocre and not our life; we wanted to be closer to nature and connected to the land. This...Show More Summary
bd594 created a wonderful cover of “Break On Through (To the Other Side)” by The Doors using vintage electronic equipment and a Stephen Hawking like sythensized voice. Here’s a full list of what was used: HP ScanJet 3C – Vocals DECTalk Express – Vocals Yamaha CX-5M Computer – Saw Wave Bass Yamaha CX-5M Computer – […]
In recent weeks local designer tshirt shop Tomorrow Never Knows and vintage shop Shag have closed on the northern end of Brunswick St. Next to Shag, Grub St secondhand bookshop is about to close. This end of Brunswick St is looking rather shabby.… This post was first published on Fitzroyalty. © Brian Ward.
Check out what the fighters of Saturday’s UFC 192 event in Houston went with as their walkout tracks. From the Rolling Stones to the Beastie Boys, Johnny Cash to the Notorious B.I.G., there was plenty of variety in H-Town.Filed under: News, UFC
What is the perfect recipe for a daily drivable vintage car with over 500 hp? I’m not sure, but this ’49 Ford has got... The post Classic 1949 Ford Tudor Hotrod is perfect blend of vintage and modern appeared first on Classic Nation...
The BBC Microcomputer System (or BBC Micro) was an innovative machine back in the early 1980’s. One feature that impressed reviewers was a “tube” interface that allowed the machine to become an I/O processor for an additional CPU. When the onboard 6502 became too slow, it could become a slave to a Z-80 or even an ARM processor. Show More Summary
Born in 1928 in Abbazia, which was then Italy but is now Croatia, Frank Horvat is an internationally renowned fashion photographer, who has recently celebrated fifty years experience in the field. He moved to Paris in 1955. From between...Show More Summary
Dillatronic, a posthumous release featuring over 40 rare instrumentals from pioneering producer J Dilla, is out October 30th via Vintage Vibez Music Group. But in a recent, two-hour installment of his "Adventures in Stereo" KPFK radio show, J Rocc, renowned Los Angeles DJ and close friend of the producer, has offered...
One of the most awe-inspiring destinations for motorcyclists is the museum at the Barber Motorsports Park. Based in Birmingham, Alabama, it’s a collection of over 700 vintage and modern motorcycles and cars—stacked high on multiple levels and flooded with natural light. The best time to visit is next weekend, during the Vintage Festival. Show More Summary
In the fall of 1972, Bill Yates was wandering a rural area of Hillsborough County called Six Mile Creek, near Tampa. He was studying photography at the University of South Florida at the time and had just completed a workshop with renowned New York City street photographer Garry Winogrand. Show More Summary
A Prohibition-era speak-easy with taps and barrels in place is among the 1920s details at this Spanish Colonial-style mansion in Los Feliz. A grand ballroom and original moldings, tile and stonework retain the vintage vibe. Location: 2600 N. Vermont Ave., Los Angeles 90027 Asking price: $5.499...
These airline posters hark back to a bygone era when flying was an experience only for the well-off. Passengers donned their best for the journey and leg-room and reclining were not even topics of conversation yet. We revisit a timeShow More Summary
Retro shopping, dancing and fairground-riding.
Elvis Presley was also a motorcycle addict. 24 amazing vintage photos below will show this. Elvis Presley on Harley Davidson motorcycle, 1964 Elvis arrived on his Harley Davidson at RCA's Studio B Recording Studio early on the morning...Show More Summary
Kate in Dorchester, England makes gorgeous brass wrist-cuffs decorated with vintage literary, cartographic and scientific imagery: there's Poe's Raven; the periodic table; anatomical dentistry drawings; Newton's laws of motion; the human...Show More Summary