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By Fantastic Books Publishing
Artist Ken Reah has written his first novel at 84. Ken, who in his youth used to fly a Tiger Moth in the skies over Durham, gave up the idea of a career in aeronautics when he was awarded a scholarship to take a Fine Arts degree at Kings College...
Sunny Side Up video trailer captures inner journey of a young woman at esoteric school in the 1970s.
By Zillah, Inc.
Sunny Side Up is BJ Appelgren’s intimate story of her search for wisdom and the power of self-transformation in Sherborne, England with a remarkable philosopher-scientist.
Author to provide free eBook copies between May 2nd and May 6th
In the fourth print volume of the BRBTV fact book series, author Billie Rae Bates examines two groundbreaking television shows that she watched and loved in their original airings: "Wonder Woman" and "Isis."
By Arcadia Publishing
Local author tells story of the 1972 disaster in the southern tier through images.
By Greenfield Media
Small Talk is the long extinct folk jazz track from singer songwriter Dave Ireland. The track was first released on the 1977 album 'Hot As Ice', but has remained unreleased on CD until now. Soft, smooth, silky, sultry and seductive!
By Christina Sanders
As Goodwood Revival weekend kicks off in Sussex, all eyes are on classic motoring and historic racing. Vintage Seekers is the place to find a host of classic cars, listing iconic marques by Jaguar, Austin Healey, Aston Martin, Ferrari and more.
By Brighton Publishing LLC
Brighton Publishing LLC announced the release of Robert Clay Norman’s highly-acclaimed, original memoir of motorcycles and the men who rode them.
By Vintage Seekers
Fashion by iconic British designer Ossie Clarke is now listed on premium design and collectibles site Vintage Seekers.
By Greenfield Media
Time After Time (formerly Stroud Vintage) has filled the Stroud High Street shop with some delectable textiles, antique and vintage clothes for both men and women, and some good old-fashioned haberdashery in the spirit of the Stroud Textile Festival.
By Jennifer Denby
Everyone at Talent Management knows Juicy Couture for their love-them-or-hate-them velour tracksuits. But it seems the American brand is now steering away from that look with a chic new campaign.
By Dave Novak Music | Cazenovia, NY
Cross Creek's presentations of original songs, up-tempo country classics and hits from emerging groups such as the Byrds and Eagles introduced a crossover style to students and older rock fans during a decade of cultural and social change.
By Homefield Multimedia
His first novel was set in Chicago, 1991, as a way to say goodbye to the 80s. Now, with a novel about 9-11 and grief, goes back the 1970s.
By Southern Ocean County Chamber of Commerce
Southern Ocean County Chamber member, Unshredded Nostalgia will be hosting this striking, colorful and eyecatching exhibit and sale from June 4th through September at Barnegat store.
By Ackermann PR
Hollywood memorabilia expert Nate D. Sanders is asked to appraise Farrah Fawcett's red bathing suit from the famous 1970s poster. Sanders estimates the suit would bring "$200,000 to $300,000" if Fawcett decides to sell it.
By Eloquent Books
Checkered Fences is a novel of remarkable insight and a tribute to our world’s changing social and political climate.
By Mystique Vintage Clothing
Shop online at Mystique Vintage Clothing for a variety of hand chosen women's fashions, accessories, lingerie & collectibles. Let wearable vintage add a bit of mystique to your wardrobe.
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