We look back in celebration of the 45th anniversary of the legendary festival and the rerelease of the documentary Woodstock: 3 Days of Peace and Music on blu-ray.
“Spunky Wellesley Grad Visits for Wedding Tonight.”
Because Halloween is something both Republicans and Democrats can agree on. Right?
In 1969, the iconic rock legend appeared in a fashion spread in the venerable teen magazine. And yes, it was kinda weird.
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In 1969, Life magazine captured both the energy and the misery of a hot summer day in the city.
In 1969, Life magazine explored the “freaky new freedoms” of fashion seen on high school students across the country. The inspiring fashion from that year is a far cry from the Aeropostale, Forever 21, and American Eagle clothing worn by students today.
The year was 1969, and ad Mad Men really started honing their insecurity messages directed squarely at the woman’s vagina.
Don Draper is back…in bed with another woman. Let’s celebrate.
When you’re wasted and high, your fashion accessories are probably the least of your cares. These unconstrained flower children weren’t trying to make a fashion statement, and yet their common aesthetic could influence generations of festival-attending youths to come.
In 1969, Fred Rogers (yes, that Mr. Rogers) appeared before the US Senate to oppose strict budget cuts for public television by President Nixon. And he won them over with, you guessed it, a special song…..just a little inspiration for your Friday.
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