Links to the past, with relevance today:
MY NEW PLAID PANTS: The many men of ... Paul Shrader?! Go with it.
NYT: Read about John Roney, who has been a waiter at the same NYC restaurant since ... 1986!
EXTRATV: Mick Rock, legendary photographer, is out with a line of shoes that feature David Bowie — and he's enlisted Oscar winner Benicio del Toro to model them.
EW: Current celebs show off their pop-culture treasures — and not surprisingly, most are from galaxies far, far away. (Like, the '60s, '70s and '80s.)
BOY CULTURE: Remembering movie star and star athlete Woody Strode.
L.A. TIMES: Revisiting the John Lewis episode of Arthur.
GREG IN HOLLYWOOD: Lose your mind over these renditions of "Losing My Mind."
INDEX JOURNAL: You don't see Mercurochrome around anymore for a good reason — the shit didn't work and never should have been sold in the first place!
PEOPLE: Unsurprisingly, Rob Lowe's son was less than thrilled to read that Gwyneth Paltrow has revealed she picked up a sex tip from his mom!
EXTRATV: RIP Peter Green! The guitar god — who outright founded Fleetwood Mac 50+ years ago — has died at 73. Disenchantment with materialism and fame, as well as mental illness perhaps brought on by acid trips, marred most of his post-Mac life.