Pop-Culture Nostalgery From The '80s & Early '90s. I'm Hillary Buckholtz. I was born in 1979. These are the corners of my mind. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org. As of 2015 this blog is very rarely updated. My hope is that it will be enjoyed as a fun trip down the nostalgia rabbit hole.
Kids from the Lower East Side, New York City 1937 Poster
Photography Poster: This charming image captures the antics of children in the lower east side of New York City in the United States in 1937. Sat in a wheel barrow, the four youngsters share a giggle as they make the most of splashing around in water on a hot American day. Its timeless black and white photography capture the essence of fun, youth and innocence and make this adorable image a charming addition to any home.
Remember reaching into a huge cooler the size of a chest freezer, and pulling out a drink that was dripping with ice cold water, popping the bottle cap off with the built in bottle opener at the country store?
I don't even remember if we knew that Lemon Twist was the official name of the thing (scroll down in this link for more). It was uber-simple--a yellow plastic lemon on a cord that ended in a loop you could wear around your foot. You stepped into the loop and swung the lemon around and under your foot, hopping like a maniac to jump over the lemon and avoid having it slam into your ankle. That was...pretty much it. I'm not even sure why it was a lemon. Why not a lime, or an apple, or a rock?…