March 2012

Happy 100th Anniversary, Girl Scouts!

100 years ago, on March 12, 1912, Juliette Gordon Low founded The Girl Scouts of the United States of America. The first Girl Scout troop was in Savannah, Georgia. They were originally called the "Girl Guides of America" the first year. read more...

Retropolis Retro Tour of America - Maryland - Bengies Drive-In Movie Theatre

Not every state in America still has a drive-in movie theatre, but Maryland still has one. And as far as I know, It has just one. But, that one drive-in is pretty special because it has the largest movie theater screen in the United States. If you love a big screen, and you miss seeing a movie under the stars, Bengies Drive-In is the place to go. read more...

90 Years Ago: Carl Reiner. 25 Years Ago: Summer School

Happy 90th birthday to someone whose sense of humor is as young as ever - Carl Reiner! If you love comedy, you have likely loved at least something that Carl Reiner has been involved with in one way or another. He directed Oh God! (with George Burns as God). He directed several films in which Steve Martin starred: The Jerk, The Man with Two Brains, Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid, and All of Me. He directed a movie in which John Candy starred, called Summer Rental. read more...