Descending 400 meters in three kilometres during the '70s riding a bike made in 1941 sure seemed like a blast.
Today in 'Old People Hating On New Technology': the New York Times once worried we'd lose our vocal cords because Edison invented the phonograph.
Before the smart watch, before the Game Boy, it was the humble wrist watch lowering out attention spans.
Signed, sealed, delivered and playable on a phonograph.
A documentary about the only musical instrument brought to you by the makers of Barbie.
Hyper-obscure musical subgenres aren't just for this millennium, you know.
Rocking and rolling the bones.
Once a popular Los Angeles attraction, the ruins of Pacific Ocean Park became a popular hangout for teens and Dogtown surfers. These photos chart the rise and fall in vivid colour.
The instrument that changed music forever just turned fifty.
The Slurpee: the inveterate brain freezer and enticing tongue teaser that deserves a lot more credit as a hangover cure.
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