Rolling Stone magazine launches it’s first number in 1967

Rolling Stone was founded in San Francisco, California in 1967, featuring John Lennon on the cover and offering a free roach clip to hold a marijuana joint. Over the years, despite controversy, the magazine has been able to maintain it’s position as the mother of all pop culture magazines

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Sexy Witches: Vintage Halloween Pin-Up Girls

Vintage pin-ups from this era featuring sexy witches and gals with pumpkins, ghosts and the like. Halloween pin-ups featuring Hollywood starlets with spooky shadows, glowing jack-o-lanterns, and peeping scarecrows!

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Looking Back At Linda McCartney’s Photographic Work On Her Birthday

She is better known as being the wife of Beatle Paul McCartney, with whom she got married in 1969, however, Linda McCartney had already built a successful career as a Rock photographer during the 60’s photographing names such as The Rolling Stones, The Beatles, Jimi Hendrix and The Doors among many others

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Artist Steve Ditko, the influential creator of Doctor Strange and co-creator of Spider Man dies at age 90

Unlike Stan Lee, Steve Ditko always preferred to live his life away from the spotlight, despite being the creator and co-creator of some of the world’s best known characters including Spider Man, Doctor Strange and The Green Goblin, among many others

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27 Quotes by Jim Morrison

During his short lifetime, Jim Morrison gave many interviews and recorded several parts of his poetry. His opinions or insights were often deep, philosophical and visionary and circled around the subjects of freedom and death. We’ve assembled 27 quotes, which is a symbolic number for his 27 years of life, that will give you food for the soul

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The Official 1967 Jim Morrison Biography By Elektra Records

In 1966, after being signed by Elektra, The Doors were asked to write their biographies so it could be used for promotional purposes. Read Jim Morrison’s one, where among many curiosities he states that his family is dead, which was not true.

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