This is a true story of one summer day about ten years ago, where two of my Sister’s and I went on a tour of the homes and neighborhoods we lived and grew up in …
I was grew up in the 1950's where my favorite memories are from but I also love the sights and sounds of the 40's and was a teen in the 1960's and a groovy time it was! so I began this site for all to share their memories from those great days!
On The Grooveyard!
Hi everyone! Hey have a listen to the look back on the winter party in 1959 on The https://wcwpgrooveyard.com/ this weekend! Hear the stories, and the music that was played on that sad day, when …
Snowy Surprise “56”
Winter always brings back the snow-fun days of the 1950’s, and the kids on my block like most kids always had a great time when we got a good storm! I do remember back in …
Have a Merry Little Christmas!
Hi everyone, I’ll taking time off for the holidays as of today, I will be back after the new year. I want to wish you and yours, the Merriest Christmas, and Happiest New Year of …
N.Y.C. Holiday Views!
Begin your Holiday viewing by: walking from Central Park on Fifth Avenue towards Herald Square to get you in the mood. The city is adorned with wreaths and bright lights everywhere. Bloomingdale’s Holiday Windows. … …
Wishing everyone a safe and Happy Thanksgiving this year with family and friends! And a special thanks to our men and women in the armed forces! I hope you get a chance to visit and …
50’s Football Party menu
Back in the 1950’s with TV in it’s infancy snacking as you watched a game became the way to gather round and grab a handful of mixed party mix. In 1953 Sunset Magazine came up …
You Don’t Say!
Originally posted on The Past Is Back:
Those Were The Days! Check out these facts about the 1950’s•All of the holidays were celebrated in school•Most people had record player and records•Almost all mothers stayed at…
I Married Joan TV Show
Sponsored by General Electric, “I Married Joan” was shown at 8:pm ET on NBC, the show ran from 1952 – 1955, Married Joan’s trademark was broad physical slapstick, with Joan Stevens portrayed as bright but …