"One more thing. Here’s one of the downsides of the internet: I write the setlists every night, and on the internet they’re on to your game, ‘cause everybody knows what you already played down the road in Philly last Saturday night. So that kind of gets me a bit pissed there, that it’s taken away the surprise. Because back in the day you’d turn up in Kentucky and no one knows what you’re gonna play. It was kinda fun, bombing in the surprises." [x]
A teenage couple in the auditorium of their high school. Photograph by Yale Joel. Winchester, Massachusetts, February 1950.
Classy Classic Hollywood - White Heat (1949)
The last official appearance of Laurel and Hardy at the opening of a store owned by Stans daughter Lois - March 1954
1960s Betty Cooper appreciation post
A young couple seeks a tender moment in a doorway, London griffiths, 1960.