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Need help living a vintage life in the 21st Century? Here’s some places to check out!

Koop Kooper’s “The Cocktail Nation”: the hip spot for all things lounge, tiki and swank, “The Cocktail Nation” offers three radio shows every week bringing you the best lounge music of yesterday and today!

The “Mid-Century Advertising” Facebook group: celebrating the gorgeous advertisements and copy of the middle of the 20th century.

@vintageadvertising on Instagram: the IG home of the great ads of yesterday.

#TCMParty on Twitter: the most engaging live tweet gang in the Twitterverse.

The “Space Age Bachelor Pad Music” Facebook group: the best place on the web to see what the other cats and kittens are spinning.

Turner Classic Movies: the reason is obvious.

Poppity Talks Classic Film: an excellent blog celebrating classic film.

BAMF Style: a blog devoted to “iconic style from movies and TV”.

Ultra Swank: the number one place on the web for “retro adventures”.

Crooner Radio: maybe the best internet radio station playing the Great American Songbook.

The Doo-Wop Express: the only address in the world for the malt shop melodies of the ’50’s and early ’60’s.

Sirius XM satellite radio: where you can find many great channels offering vintage content including – ’50s on 5, ’60s on 6, Elvis Radio, Radio Classics, Soul Town, Siriusly Sinatra and 40’s Junction

TuneIn Radio: an excellent app that simply works like a radio. Many great vintage channels can be accessed through this app including – The Doo-Wop Express, Crooner Radio, Swing Time, Hawaiian Rainbow and maybe even your local station.

“Wendy Loves History” @ridethepastlane: great historical content on a variety of topics from a very nice lady!

Silver Screen Classics: excellent “Category B” television channel. It is the “Bulldog Drummond Escapes” to TCM’s “Casablanca”.

Classic Las Vegas: best place in the Twitterverse for vintage Vegas.

This may be a no-brainer but you cannot beat the team of Wikipedia and the Internet Movie Database. These are the places to start when researching vintage media.

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