October 26, 2022 markvoger 0

6000 miles, at these prices? This is the first of five posts about my recent Jersey-to-California road trip. By Mark Voger, author ‘Britmania: The British […]

(Remco) John in NYC

April 15, 2022 markvoger 0

A graphic experiment By Mark Voger, author ‘Britmania: The British Invasion of the Sixties in Pop Culture’   Yesterday, I sent the finalized 192 interior […]

The Beatles meet Dracula

September 28, 2021 markvoger 0

… in Saturday-morning cartoons, that is Lately, I began a dive into the Saturday-morning cartoon series titled, simply, “The Beatles” (1965-69). Try as I might, […]

Planters Peanuts store

March 22, 2021 markvoger 0

This place was nuts I recently wrote about an engrossing noir from 1957, Paul Wendkos‘ “The Burglar” starring Dan Duryea and Jane Mansfield, which was […]

Alex Harvey (1935-82)

March 12, 2021 markvoger 0

One-of-a-kind rocker There’s so much history, it’s staggering. I’ve been doing a deep dive into the life and career of singer Alex Harvey (1935-82), a […]

‘Groovy’ trailer

May 30, 2018 markvoger 0

Spinning flowers, dancing Zealotes Behold … the “Groovy” trailer! My genius-filmmaker nephew, Ian Voglesong, outdid himself with this superbly edited two-minute, 10-second trailer that not […]

Old comic books 2

November 19, 2017 markvoger 0

New concept in collecting: Read before filing By Mark Voger, author, “Groovy: When Flower Power Bloomed in Pop Culture” Continuing my newfound policy of actually […]

‘L.S. Bumblebee’

February 23, 2017 markvoger 0

In, probably, 1975, I bought the bootleg Beatles album “L.S. Bumblee” from a glorified head shop on the boardwalk in Wildwood, New Jersey. It was […]