While browsing the magazine racks at Barnes & Noble last week, I came across this awesome "Bookazine." I guess that's a fancy British term meaning: a magazine without ads that we can charge a lot of money for. Okay, it was a little steep for $19.99 but I feel like I got my money's worth. There are over 140 pages filled with nostalgic memories from the 80's. The … [Read more...] about Book Report: The Ultimate Retro Collection
The 80's was a decade of many things -- excess, greed, and big hair, to name a few -- but it was also the heyday for airbrush art. As a teenager in the late 80's, I desperately wanted an airbrush so I could paint my favorite band logos on the back of my jean jacket, and maybe make some money on the side painting t-shirts and license plates. I thought those guys on the boardwalk … [Read more...] about Airbrush art of the 80’s was chrome-tastic!
Two years before President Reagan's famous challenge to Mikhail Gorbachev to "tear down this wall," our country was at odds with Russia and the tension was palpable. In 1985, talks of nuclear attacks were fairly common despite the fact that the Cold War seemed to be coming to an end. Being just 13 years old, it's surprising how conscious I was of world events, I mean it must … [Read more...] about Watching movies in the 80’s. Good times.