Bad Star Trek, a $5.00 Italian dinner, topless waitresses, one of the Righteous Brothers and a Newde Girl in a Fishbowl await us as we go on the town in San Francisco in 1968.
Welcome to an evening of 40-cent drinks, female impersonators and juvenile delinquent movies. And you thought the 1950s were boring!
It's rare that stockfish--a traditional Norwegian staple with a tradition going back to medieval times--makes the news, but we can count on ThorNews to bring [...]
This fun article from Michelle Williams of the RockinRed Blog (who is providing wine suggestions for my recent "Winds of War" and "Mysterious Tales" blog [...]
I've done very few of my own recipes on this site, but I thought I'd revisit this one which I originally posted 2 years ago. [...]
Our 14 weeks of time traveling through New York nightlife ends with...a great wine and a Sinatra movie?!?
"That's funny, it worked on the frog." Whaaa...?
In the late 1950s, we can catch Gielgud on Broadway, Eastwood on Rawhide, or a South Seas adventure in Cinerama.
It's the middle of winter at the beginning of the Depression. Can we even afford a night on the town?
In New York in deep summer in the early 1900s, you're lucky to get dinner at a soda fountain and a cheap vaudeville for entertainment.