This TV commercial for prunes (directed by Stan Freberg) stars Ray Bradbury, who keeps insisting he never mentioned prunes in any of his stories. I like the futuristic home with the people-moving tubes and the giant television screen, though I was nervous that Malcolm McDowell and his droogs were going to waltz into the front door at any second and cause trouble.
This is the first time I've seen this clip of Paul McCartney in the recording studio playing "Blackbird" in 1968. I wonder if he still has those fantastic shoes that he used to tap out the rhythm. READ THE REST
Check out this lovely 1968 duet on the BBC of Leonard Cohen and Julie Felix doing "Hey, That's No Way to Say Goodbye." Written by Cohen, the song was first recorded by Judy Collins on her 1967 album Wildflowers. Later that year, the song appeared on Cohen's debut record, The Songs of Leonard Cohen. Thumbnail… READ THE REST
In this video from 2021, Robby Krieger and Friends perform The Doors' 1967 hit, "Light My Fire." Krieger explains how he came to write the song after they discovered there wasn't enough material for their debut album and Morrison asked the other band members to write something. Image: Screengrab READ THE REST
We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. Cats are such mysterious and complex creatures, aren't they? Dogs feel easy to crack as pets. But with cats, it can be unclear what is going on underneath those big, glassy eyes. We… READ THE REST
We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. It's no secret that online hackers exist and are constantly lurking around for sensitive information at any opportunity they can. With every piece of your personal information and essential memories being stored online,… READ THE REST
Whether gaming in your spare time or burying yourself in spreadsheets at your 9-to-5, efficiency matters. And while you may have the latest and greatest laptop or smartphone to work on, its small screen can totally kill your enjoyment, especially when you're hopping over to different apps or watching your favorite streaming content. If you're looking for a way… READ THE REST