Those of you who've visited here before know that I have been accused of being "Stuck in the '70s." OK, so what? Now, here is the site to prove it!
If you too, between 1970-1981, were glued to the TV watching "The Brady Bunch," "All in the Family," (may Carroll O'Connor rest in everlasting peace) and "American Bandstand," and you were reading "Tiger Beat," "16," and "Creem," while you were wearing bell bottom Levi's, Lees and Wranglers, pull up a bean bag on the shag rug, crank up the lava lamp and stick around. Click on the links at the left to bring back some memories NOW!
Catch boogie fever by visiting all of the pages! And, as always, my diary just never ends. Look for more monthly updates for '70s-style teen angst!!
If you have any comments, suggestions or ideas drop me a line at
firstname.lastname@example.org, and I'll add them to the site as soon as the darn 21st Century quits getting in the way.
So, get in the wayback machine, turn on the black light, drop your arse into the beanbag chair, grab a can o' Pringles, a chocolate space stick and a 7-Up or TAB and dig what's goin' down, man!
Check out the "Truckin' On" Department for news about what's going on NOW in the '70s!
Me, upon opening the door: "Awww man! I got the dud! .... Hey, wait! He's kinda cute!"
Listen to Pop Goes the '70s on Live 365 while you surf the site!
Winner of Live365's 'Best Oldies Station'
"YOUR '70s music is back!"
Radio in the '70s!
To hear what radio used to be and what it should be now, listen to a composite of classic WLS broadcasts from 1976 at Reel Radio!
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Stuck in the '70s is a personally owned Web site and makes no profit. In other words, the site is brought to you by me, yours truly, the Web master just for the fun of it because it's something I enjoy doing bigtime. I pay a monthly fee to GoDaddy Web hosting services and ATT Internet to keep it going. Once in awhile, I'm unable to make these payments, and the site goes down for several days. If you love this site and want to keep it going, any donation in any amount would be deeply appreciated. You can make a secure donation through PayPal by clicking the button below. Thanks so much, and stay cool!! -- Jules
Welcome Back to the '70s!
The 1980s are here!
We're ready for the '80s with our latest diary entries! Click on the banner above to get a taste of the first 10 days of 1980, as told by the Webmaster, age 16. We plan to finish up January 1980 this weekend and move onto February 1980, then uploading daily in March and throughout the rest of 2013 to catch you up on the latest happenings from 33 years ago!
Site resurrection continues!
We're working to fix broken links and other technical issues, and the site is shaping up. Please tell your friends, and thanks for your patience! Keep checking back on the '70s!
Loyal Stuck in the '70s fans save site!
When the recession arrived in 2008, the site, not a money maker,
but just a hobby, had to go.
Now, with the help of you, we are back up and running. Please be patient, as it's going to be clunky for a little while. I'll get the quirks worked out though. Thank you for all of your input, including "Likes" on our Facebook page and such kind words. It means the world to us, and we are "on top" of it.
Ready for the '80s? Magazines & Memories Coming Soon!
It's February 2013!
This Month in the '70s:
March coming soon!
February 9, 1971: A 6.5 earthquake hits California, killing more than 60 and causing $1 billion in damage; it's the state's worst earthquake in 38 years.
February 14, 1972: "Grease" opens off Broadway, fueling the '70s nostalgia for the '50s.
February 21, 1971: The southern US is blasted by tornadoes, killing more than 85
February 21, 1972: Nixon becomes the first U.S. president to visit China.
February 28, 1970: Simon & Garfunkel's "Bridge Over Troubled Water" wins the Grammy for Best Song & tops the charts for 6 weeks.
(Source: Rhino Records' "Have a Nice Decade: The '70s Pop Culture Box")
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