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June 1970 - Rocker Chubby Checker arrested for marijuana possession

Ed Sullivan Show...I used to watch this show at my uncles house because well he had it on

The Ed Sullivan Show is an American TV variety show that ran on CBS from Sunday June to Sunday June and was hosted by New York entertainment columnist Ed Sullivan. It was replaced in September 1971 by the CBS Sunday Night Movie, a single season failure.

The Righteous Brothers ... You've Lost That Loving Feeling .. LIVE!!

The Righteous Brothers You've Lost That Loving Feeling - incredible voices, this must be the seminal version of this song!

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Past and present collide in Deep Deuce, Oklahoma History Center and more.

Terrible Tuxes of the 70s -- They didn't seem so bad at the time. Only 30+ years later do we look back and say "Yuck"

Favorite Oldest Brother was married in in a dark blue tux with a white ruffled shirt. Mom & Pop were not happy that he didn't cut it before the big day.

As 6 melhores letras de Bob Dylan, vencedor do Prêmio Nobel de Literatura 2016

As 6 melhores letras de músicas de Bob Dylan, vencedor do Prêmio Nobel de Literatura 2016

Music Publishing News Roundup Dylan's Nobel 'Unofficial' Content To Spotify Apple Music BMI Song Arts Academy

6/12/14 Ruby Dee (and Ossie Davis). Most recently, Mrs. Dee performed her one-woman stage show, "My One Good Nerve: A Visit With Ruby Dee," in theaters across the country. The show was a compilation of some of the short stories, humor and poetry in her book of the same title. Ruby Dee dies at 91 years of age. She is survived by three children: Nora, Hasna and Guy, and seven grandchildren. #RIP

Legendary actress Ruby Dee reflected on still being in love with life, family and her late husband Ossie Davis. Ruby Dee dies at 91

Everly Brothers

Everly Brothers

James Van Der Zee

Barefoot Prophet of 1929 is a photograph of Elder Clayhorn Martin, also known as Prophet Martin and the Barefoot Prophet, an eccentric street preacher. Taken by famous black photographer James Van Der Zee prominient during the Harlem Renaissance

Brigitte Bardot on the set of the movie ‘The Women’ by Jean Aurel, in front of the Arch of Constantine, in the street in Rome, Italy, 1969. Photo by Ghislain Dussart.

isabelcostasixties: “Brigitte Bardot during the filming of the movie ‘Les Femmes’ by Jean Aurel, in front of the Arch of Constantine, in the street in Rome, Italy, in Photo by Ghislain Dussart ”

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