Links to the past, with relevance today:
INSTAGRAM: Rob Zombie is teasing his upcoming The Munsters movie reboot, sharing an image of Grandpa's wig. I'm not exactly thrilled about this remake, considering Lily will be played by Zombie's own wife.
PEOPLE: Prince Harry has written a tell-all memoir that covers his life from the '80s till now.
ROLLING STONE: A new documentary reveals that the famous "mud" from all those Woodstock photos was really more ... human excrement.
INSTAGRAM: Remembering a Carol Burnett event from 56 years ago — featuring Lucille Ball, Mary Tyler Moore, Roddy McDowall, Shirley MacLaine, Bernadette Peters, Vicki Lawrence, Monty Hall, Tim Conway and Harvey Korman.
FOX8: Wally Funk, at 82, became the oldest person in space when she joined Blue Origin's 11-minute mission on July 20, along with CEO — and soon-to-be-trillionaire Jeff Bezos. In so doing, she bested the record set by the late John Glenn, who at 77 went into space on Discovery in 1998. Glenn also spoke out against Funk being allowed into the astronaut program decades ago because she was a woman — even though she was actually more qualified than he was, according to test scores. Must be a sweet day for her.
VARIETY: A review of McCartney 3, 2, 1.
KENNETH IN THE (212): The '80s love story — and '90s murder — of Mike & Missy McIvor.
WOW REPORT: Remembering wild and crazy actress Lupe Vélez.
BOY CULTURE: The dramatization of the life of evangelist Tammy Faye Bakker aka Messner, The Eyes of Tammy Faye, now has an official poster.