The iconic TV family, who made their way through the Great Depression, brought love and family values to viewers every week for nine seasons. After more than thirty years off the air, it is time to catch up with The Waltons.
By Marshall Jay Kaplan The flamboyant entertainer and talented flamenco guitarist is still flamboyant and still talented and still makes television and stage appearances. “Cuchi-cuchi!” Maria del Rosario Mercedes Pilar Martinez Molina Baeza (yes, that is her real name!) was born January 15, 1951 in Murcia, Spain. Starting as a child right into her teenage
Almost 40 years ago, Gabe Kaplan was known as Mr. Kotter, a sitcom teacher who was quick with a joke and bantered with his “Sweathog” students. These days, he is simply known as the guy who knows how to hold ‘em and when to fold ‘em.
By Cynthia Poe The Baby Boom era brought many social changes, beginning when hospital maternity wards were swamped with young mothers. Expectant fathers were exiled to corridors and waiting rooms, as was the custom of the day. Fussing over babies, or emphasizing family involvement, was not portrayed as a manly value back then. When the