Dead Celebrities Rumoured To Still Be Alive

Days after a hologram of Tupac Shakur performed at Coachella, Suge Knight says he thinks the rapper didn’t really die. From Elvis to Kurt Cobain to Andy Kaufman, famous faces who never really went away. Tupac Shakur First a hologram of Tupac Shakur stole the show at Coachella. Then former Death Row Records CEO Suge Knight […]

Shirtless Authors From Mark Twain to Hemingway!

A shirtless photo of Mark Twain has taken the Web by storm. From Faulkner to Hemingway, here are other writers who’ve gone topless Mark Twain, possibly apocryphally, once said: “Clothes make the man. Naked people have little or no influence on society.” America’s favorite writer is of course much better known for dressing up in […]

Photos of Donald Trump Before Becoming President-1980s to 1990s

Born in 1946 and grew up in the New York City borough of Queens, Donald John Trump earned an economics degree from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and followed his grandmother Elizabeth and father Fred in running the family real estate company. He renamed it The Trump Organization, and ran it from […]

Fun in the sun before Kim Jong-un! Photos from the 70s and 80s show how North Korea portrayed itself as a tourist destination.

North Korea was closed to most tourists during the 70s and 80s except those from communist countries Vintage brochures show how those living under communist rule were encourage to take a holiday there  Images show men playing volleyball, families enjoying theme parks, and people eating the local cuisine North Korea still entices tourists to the […]

Put Boobs On It! Sex Sells 1970 Album Covers

In the 1960s-1980s, if you wanted to sell your record, the most reliable method may have been to simply put a pair of boobs on the cover.  It was a variation on the “sex sells” approach – you might call it “chests sells”.  Whether it was subtle cleavage or loud-and-proud bosoms, we know the strategy […]

30 Wild Photos That Capture the Disco Scene of the 1970s

The heyday of the 1970s disco scene fashion blossomed from the music played at gay underground New York clubs such as the Loft, Tenth Floor, and 12 West in the early 1970s. Other clubs such as Infinity, Flamingo, the Paradise Garage, Le Jardin, and the Saint launched a disco culture that brought with it an […]

9 Amazing Color Photos of New York Taken From Air At Night

Amazing arial photos of New York at night that will leave you breathless! For 15 years, Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Vincent Laforet has been participating in aerial photo missions around the world, putting his life in the hands of pilots and aircraft to make photographs nobody else can. And yet, he’s never felt as vulnerable as […]

New York City’s Knickerbocker Hotel reopens more than a century after its debut

The Knickerbocker in New York City opens its doors to guests on Thursday, more than a century since John Jacob Astor IV built the hotel. Designed in the Beaux-Arts style, “the Knick” first opened on Oct. 23, 1906, and the building has collected many anecdotes — like being the (rumored) birthplace of the original martini […]

11 Must See Vintage Magic Posters

These 11 vintage magic posters pertaining to late-19th and early 20th-century and show performers such as Joseph Dunninger, Hardeen, Harry Houdini, the Hermanns, Harry Kellar, Martinka & Co., Harry Thurston and the Zancigs. Posters are for the following: Albini, Brush, Dunninger, Germain the Wizard, Houdini, Hill Magical Co., Kellar, Laurant, Rouclere, and Thurston.  Of course […]