School in the 50's: Then vs Now
We Love Lucy: The Life of Lucille Ball
It comes as no surprise that school nowadays is much different than how it used to be. Back then, there was no such thing as the internet. Teachers didn’t use smart boards or online learning tools and websites, and there were certainly no phones!
So, what was school really like in the 1950s? Keep reading to find out!
Heading to the Movies: How to Host Your Own DIY "Drive In"
On August 6th, 1911, Lucille Désirée Ball was brought into the world by Henry Durrell Ball and Désirée “DeDe” Evelyn Ball. Lucille Ball was an incredible actress, comedian, model and entertainment studio executive and producer.
LET’S EAT! Rocking Retro Recipes for Your Next Cookout
Sadly, drive-in theaters have vanished throughout the years, with less than 350 left in the United States.
But, you don’t have to venture far to catch a flick; with these tips and tricks, you’ll be able to hold your very own screening right in your backyard!
Scream for Ice Cream: 9 Fast Facts About our Favorite Sweet Treat
The 1950’s brought about a time of relaxation and outdoor entertainment. Entire neighborhoods would come together at a new host’s place every week to get their cookout on.
Whether you’re throwing a big bash or just itching to try new fixings for your family, here are some popular 50’s dishes sure to get you in the mood for retro food:
Sunday, July 21st is National Ice Cream Day, and we’re celebrating all week long!
Ice cream and the 50s are a classic combination, like peanut butter and jelly. Here’s some 50s ice cream facts that’ll make ya say “neato!”