It’s been 30 years since the original “Die Hard” movie hit theaters. And for almost that long, people have been debating whether it is a Christmas movie. We might finally have an answer. 20th Century Fox, the movie studio that owns the popular action franchise, released a new trailer declaring “Die Hard” is “the greatest Christmas story […]

CHARDON, Ohio — The Chardon High School dance team featured a special guest at Friday night’s basketball game, and the result was outstanding! Chardon police officer and school resource officer Mike Shaw joined them on the court for an 80s dance routine. Wearing a pink tie, he joined them for songs like “Footloose,” “Hey Mama,” […]

The Cleveland Cavaliers took it back to 80’s Saturday Night as they the “Rick-rolled” fans before their game against the Charlotte Hornets. As the Cavaliers players rocked their throwback jersey for the second time this season, they turned Quicken Loans Arena into retro 80’s dance party–at least for a few minutes. As part of the franchise’s […]

2016 has taken yet another person of note. Eighties R&B and dance music artist Colonel Abrams has died. The singer with the deep voice best known for his smash singles “Trapped” and “I’m Not Gonna Let You” succumbed to various ailments on Friday. He was 67. Abrams was born Colonel Abrams Page in Detroit on May […]

The popular hair trend started for a reason you won’t believe.   Salt-N-Pepa spilled the tea on that famous asymmetrical haircut that made waves during the late 80s. We’re sure you have a sister or a girlfriend who tried to rock that crazy style (or you tried it yourself….don’t front.) Pepa had to admit that […]

From its local debut in Chicago in 1970 to its national roll out in 1971, all the way to its finale in 2006, Soul Train has made a huge impact in music and pop culture, especially with the performers and dancers who appeared during different parts of the television show’s run. One person that stood out […]

Saluting the anniversary of Janet Jackson’s classic career defining set Thirty years is a long time. Especially when you’re a sex symbol for that whole stretch. Yet, Janet Jackson was my girlfriend way before February 4,1986, the date her classic third album Control, produced by Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, dropped. Well, she was my […]

Pharrell Williams visited The Tonight Show and reminisced with Jimmy Fallon over classic episodes of that popular ’80s TV series called The American Power Hour.  It so happens that Fallon found some classic performances of the popular R&B duo “Afro & Deziak” boxed away in “the cage”.   READ MORE: Article Courtesy of Uproxx Picture […]

Comer Cottrell (pictured), who turned a dollar into a dream by creating one of the largest African-American hair care products companies in America, Pro-Line, has passed away at age 82 from natural causes, according to the Los Angeles Times. SEE ALSO: Once-Homeless ‘Golden Voice’ Ted Williams Is Broke The entrepreneurial Cottrell had $600 and a broken typewriter when […]

Filmmaker Spike Lee attends the Oscars held at Hollywood & Highland Center on March 2, 2014 in Hollywood, California *Director Spike Lee will be front and center at a 25th-anniversary screening of his film “Do The Right Thing” at late movie critic Roger Ebert’s film festival. Ebert gave “Do The Right Thing” four stars when […]

  ATLANTA – Delta has raised the bar on the already high standard the airline had set for in-flight safety videos, an odd-ball niche it apparently wants to own. That makes sense. How else would you get 160 million people–the number Delta says it flies a year–to pay attention to the safety presentation before every […]

  *Actor Corey Feldman is convinced his late friend, Michael Jackson, was responsible for his own death. The King of Pop died in June 2009 from acute propofol and benzodiazepine intoxication and Jackson’s personal doctor, Conrad Murray, was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter in 2011. He was sentenced to four years in prison, but released […]