Let’s TBT to a time when growing up meant eating out–a lot. I’m recapping five discontinued 80s fast foods that came and went.
It’s a Living TV show was an 80s classic sitcom that I recently stumbled on, and I am glad I did. It’s must-see TV!
If you grew up in the 70s and 80s, this one’s for you! Check out my Generation X Guide to Watching YouTube.
Do you remember must-see TV on NBC or TGIF on ABC? Here are Five Obscure Television Shows from the 80s that I still love to this day.
Being the only Black girl growing up in Arizona in the eighties wasn’t easy, but it helped me in so many ways become an adaptable adult.
The 80’s mall experience–what a time to be alive! Walk down memory lane with me as I revisit this magical time in history.
Go back in time as I’ve curated a bunch of old school 80’s Christmas Commercials that you may remember from back in the day. Cabbage Patch, Atari, & more!
Jem Is Truly Outrageous wasn’t just the lyrics from the opening theme of the show, it was a movement. Jem’s pink hair, rock star appearance, and girl power made all of us girls stand up and take note.
Julia Child, remember her? She would have turned 100 years old on August 15th. What an amazing woman to have made the world fall in love with French cooking with a soundbite or two from her warbly yet unique voice. I sure do miss her.
If you are an 80’s enthusiast like me, then you will be excited to know that Francine Pascal has once again revived the Sweet Valley High Series. Being released as 6 episode novellas digitally, The Sweet Life follows twins Jessica and Elizabeth starting at age 30.
Mother’s Day is coming, so I thought it would be appropriate to share with you my Top 10 Favorite TV Moms in Pop Culture. These moms made us smile and adore them, even if it wasn’t “real life”. TV Moms make the world go ’round. Read it you agree!
In the 70’s, Jayne was crowned Miss Ohio USA and was the first woman of color to have that honor. She also was the first woman to break through the mostly male sports world by landing an announcing gig on NFL Today—that was a major feat for a woman in those days, nevertheless, a Black woman.