70s

If you love to rock tie-dye, American flags or groovy headbands, you can thank Woodstock for the fashion inspiration.
"Avocado green was the hot appliance color."
There were many other surprises in this exhibit of nearly 500 favorites developed in partnership with the Minnesota Historical Society.
And, yes, she's just as charming as ever.
We had driven the old VW bus from Morocco into Algeria. Crossing the border at Oujda required submitting passports and visa applications at least twenty-four hours in advance and then waiting for the permissions.
Writer Robert Towne chuckles at a question about how young the executives in Hollywood are these days, how short the institutional memory about great work of the past is -- and whether that has an impact on getting his phone calls returned.
Grab your rainbow flip-flops and join me for a run through the sprinkler in the front yard, won't you?
Today, I'll raise a glass to Louie Hevizy, the doctor who broke the rules and brought my wonderful, hard-working and loving son into this world.
After thirty years, Gerard Yosca Jewelry, Inc. remains a force within the fashion industry. And we had the honor of asking the man behind the jewelry, Gerard Yosca himself, to tell us more about these new collections.
Fortunately, I got to go to college in the late '60s. The Second Wave ruled! Birth control was readily available and there were savvy girls from all over the world at UNM. What was even better, they knew nothing about me. Sure, I was a little weird, but weird was in. I could blend. Somewhat.