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Music | Music

Lindsey Buckingham reveals why he was fired from Fleetwood Mac

Lindsey Buckingham has given his account of why he was fired from Fleetwood Mac earlier this year for the first time.

Entertainment | Entertainment

'Brady Bunch' House: HGTV Won Bidding, Will Restore It "to Its 1970s Glory" | Hollywood Reporter

"We will bring all the resources to bear to tell safe, fun stories with this beloved piece of American TV history," says Discovery CEO David Zaslav.

Entertainment | ENTERTAINMENT

Lance Bass got screwed out of buying the Brady Bunch house

A couple week ago, we reported that the house used for the exterior shots on The Brady Bunch was going up for sale for the first time in 45 years, with pretty much the only interested buyers being developers who wanted the land the house was built on. At

Entertainment | Entertainment News!

21 Questions I Ask Myself Every Time I Rewatch "Grease"

Are we meant to just ignore the fact that all of the high schoolers are played by full grown adults?

Entertainment | The Hometown

The Brady Bunch house is for sale. Its broker expects an 'avalanche' — of lookers, at least

The Brady Bunch house in Colfax Meadows is on the market after 45 years.

Architecture & Interior Design | Mid Century

The grooviest bachelor pad in Chicago modeled its kitchen after The Brady Bunch

The only thing missing is Alice!

Entertainment | Television/Film/Books

Can't do enough, indeed: Sid and Marty Krofft receive Lifetime Achievement Award

Fifty years later, the famous puppeteers' legacy sails on and on and on and on and on and on.

Miscellaneous | Mid Century

Weird History: What Ever Happened to the Home Intercom? | Apartment Therapy

Weird history -- whatever happened to the intercom? We traced this home trend back in time.

Entertainment | Television/Film/Books

They're demolishing the house where Hawaii Five-O's final showdown went down

The house that Jack Lord built is coming down.

Entertainment | Television/Film/Books

11 forgotten TV detectives and crime solvers of the 1970s

Not everyone could be the next Columbo.

Entertainment | Entertainment

David Cassidy, former teen idol and star of 'The Partridge Family,' dies at 67

David Cassidy, star of “The Partridge Family” TV hit of the 1970s and a reluctant teen idol to the boomer generation, died Tuesday evening of liver failure, his publicist confirmed. He was 67.

Entertainment | Entertainment

Do you remember any (or all) of these 27 obscure 1970s TV show intros?

Even if you don't know the shows, you'll have some theme songs stuck in your head.

Entertainment | Entertainment

When Network Stars Went to Battle! | Mental Floss

Test your knowledge with amazing and interesting facts, trivia, quizzes, and brain teaser games on MentalFloss.com.

Entertainment | ENTERTAINMENT

Mike Connors Dead: ‘Mannix’ Star Was 91 | Variety

Mike Connors, best known for playing detective Joe Mannix on 1960s and '70s show "Mannix," died Thursday in Tarzana, Calif. He was 91.

History | Wilshire Boulevard

Take a trip down Wilshire Boulevard in the 1970s

The Los Angeles Public Library has a groovy new photo collection

Entertainment | Television/Film/Books

10 Fast Facts About 'Logan's Run' | Mental Floss

In the sci-fi classic Logan's Run—which was released 40 years ago today—the human population lives under a domed city near Washington D.C. in the year 2274. The utopian setting becomes dystopian once we discover that people are terminated as soon as they turn 30 years old.

Music | Music

The Unoriginal Originality of Led Zeppelin - The New Yorker

Legal cases involving claims of musical plagiarism often lead to strange eruptions of musicological discourse in the halls of justice. Not long ago, the heirs of Marvin Gaye alleged that Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams’s song “Blurred Lines” infringed upon the copyright of Gaye’s “Got to Give It Up.”

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

Cheese Bananas is the weird 1970s recipe that you don't want to eat for dinner

The 1970s were a time marked by culinary innovations such as fondue and the Baked Alaska, but looking through old recipes of this period unveils some truly unique dishes.

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

Growing up in arcades: 1979-1989

  Goddamn, do these photos bring back memories! I mean, this is exactly what it looked like in the ‘70s and ‘80s hanging out at arcades. I never really played the games back then as I wasn’t very good at them, but I did hang out wit

Business & Finance | Advertising/Marketing

Pittsburgh Steelers' Mean Joe Greene reunites with kid in iconic Coca-Cola commercial | FOX Sports

Mean Joe Greene reminisces with kid in famous Coke Super Bowl commercial

Miscellaneous | Other Stuff

Austin Powers-style Chicago condo untouched since the 1970s hits the market | Daily Mail Online

The penthouse, built in 1972, was first put up for sale in 2012 but only received moderate interest at the time. Its original wallpapers and furniture have now caught the eye of potential buyers.

Entertainment | Film

Appreciation: 'Barney Miller's' old soul Abe Vigoda

The actor, best known for his roles in 'Barney Miller' and 'The Godfather,' was 94. Even when he was relatively young, Abe Vigoda seemed old.

Which may be why many of us thought age would never catch up to him — and why some of you may have thought it already had, after premature reports of his death began circulating decades ago

Entertainment | Television/Film/Books

He played a kind cop on TV -- and inspired a generation of LAPD - LA Times

-Adam-12, 1-Adam-12.”

For many in the LAPD, that was the siren call.

As kids, they sprawled on their living room carpets, watched “Adam-12” on TV and made up their minds to one day join the force, just like Officers Pete Malloy and Jim Reed.

Entertainment | Television/Film/Books

Adam 12's Martin Milner LAPD End-of-Watch Broadcast by Todd | Free Listening on SoundCloud

Stream Adam 12's Martin Miler LAPD End-of-Watch Broadcast by Todd from desktop or your mobile device

Entertainment | Entertainment News!

15 Golden Facts About 'Almost Famous' | Mental Floss

Fifteen years ago, Almost Famous—Cameron Crowe’s poignant, semi-autobiographical film about going on tour with rock stars in the 1970s and writing about it for Rolling Stone—was released in theaters. The film launched Kate Hudson’s career and won Crowe his (so far) only Oscar. Here are some rockin’ facts about the classic rock-driven movie.

Entertainment | Entertainment News!

Dean Jones Dead: ‘The Love Bug’ Star Dies at 84 | Variety

Actor Dean Jones, perhaps best known for his acting work in such Disney films as "The Love Bug," died of Parkinson's disease.

Entertainment | Entertainment News!

Dick Van Patten: 10 Things You Didn’t Know About His Long Career | Variety

Dick Van Patten was a man who loved to work. That much is clear from a look at his eight decades in showbiz, as documented in the pages of Variety.

Entertainment | Entertainment!

Cindy Williams on why she left 'Laverne' in 'Shirley, I Jest' - TODAY.com

It's been 33 years since Cindy Williams left "Laverne & Shirley" behind, and now the actress is revealing just why she walked away.

Style & Fashion | Fashion & Beauty

70s Trend Clothing | Fashion Pictures | Marie Claire

70s fashion is still going strong for spring. Shop our edit of the best new-season buys to nail the trend...

Music | Music

Good Times Are Back! Nile Rodgers and Chic Sign New Deal, Album On the Way | Showbiz411

Freak out! Nile Rodgers and Chic are back, officially. I knew some time ago that Rodgers was signing up with Warner Music, and now it's official. A new Chic album is due shortly. Rodgers signed a d...

Music | Music

David Bowie hairstyle GIF and chart shows 50 years of Bowie hairdos.

A little less than a year ago, we brought you illustrator Gary Card’s GIF of every Prince hairstyle from 1978 to 2013. Now this new GIF from illustrator Helen Green (which we’re reprinting with Green’s permission) suggests that maybe Bowie has a sho

Music | Music News

21 Obscure References in Classic Songs—Explained! | Mental Floss

Even if you know all the words, do you know what they were about?

Family & Parenting | Kids

10 Toys You Only Played With at the Doctor's Office | Mental Floss

The best part of going to the doctor's office as a kid.

Miscellaneous | Other Stuff

Pay $300 to pretend you're flying in 1973

Buckle up, because we're about to tell you about The Pan Am Experience: an immersive $297 dinner and movie event (set inside a…

History | Chicago History

Rarely-Seen Photos Spotlight The 1970s Social Scene Of South Side Chicago

To say it was a different time is putting it lightly. In the 1970s on Chicago's South Side, revelers in their finest packed into nightclubs, dancing the night away to the soulful music of the era while knocking back a drink or three at now-extinct...

Entertainment | Celebrities!

Melissa Gilbert’s got jokes - The Washington Post

The 50-year-old former child star stopped in Washington to talk "Little House," her new cookbook and how moving to Michigan means she doesn't have to be a size 2.

Miscellaneous | Other Kinds of Whatnot

The 13 Most Impressive Performances From 1978's Rock ‘N Roll Sports Classic | Mental Floss

In 1978, the Associated Press awarded their Male Athlete of the Year Award to New York Yankees pitcher Ron Guidry while golfer Nancy Lopez took the Female Athlete of the Year honors. With all due respect to Mr. Guidry and Ms. Lopez, the AP made a terrible choice. 1978's most talented athletes were, beyond a shadow of a doubt, Kenny Loggins and The Runaways' Sandy West.

Entertainment | Celebrities!

PAPERMAG: Scope Vintage Photos of '60s and '70s-Era Celebs From a New Art Book

Jack and Anjelica in their skivvies. Babs in her iconic Scaasi suit. Iggy Pop sweaty and in a speedo. All these images and more appear in photographer Julian Wasser's recently-released art book, The Way We Were: The Photography of Julian Wasser, documenting the fun and fabulous in '60s and '70s-era LA. Take a peek at more preview images, including shots of a baby-faced Jodie Foster, a tousle-haired John Travolta and a BAMF shot of Steve McQueen, below.

Sports | Surfing/Skating/SUPing

23 Awesome Pictures Of LA's Skateboarder Scene In The 1970s

Skateboarding culture exploded in Los Angeles in the 1970s, and photographer Hugh Holland was on hand to capture the freewheeling lives of the city's skateboarders starting in 1975.

Music | Music

Who Can I Be Now? How David Bowie Spent 1974

To say that '74 was a year of change and challenge for David Bowie and his fans is an understatement as extreme as the lurid outfits he'd worn as his just-abandoned alter ego, Ziggy Stardust.

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

9 Ways The American Home Has Changed Since The 1970s

Newly built houses have gotten bigger, taller, and more air conditioned since the 1970s.