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A Hard-to-Find Sunglasses Brand Has Been Top Ten Records' Biggest Seller for Decades

Oak Cliff’s Top Ten Records is often recognized as the last place Dallas police Officer J.D. Tippett was seen, making a phone call, before Lee Harvey Oswald shot him at an intersection just a few blocks away.This historical connection to President John F. Kennedy’s assassination in 1963 undoubtedly put the record store on the map. But today, dozens of loyal locals are flocking to the shop for a few unexpected items. Mike Polk, the store’s former owner, says sales from Locs brand sunglasses...

Crappy Marvel Movies Everyone Wants to Forget

Cap’s creepy fake ear was just one of the many problems with Captain America (1990) | 21st Century Film CorporationThe Marvel Cinematic Universe is now a behemoth of Hollywood, an empire of comic book profitability and goodness churning out box office hits several times each year. It’s easy to forget the humble beginnings of the comic company’s Hollywood history, and maybe some chapters would be better forgotten (such as last year’s Fantastic Four). Nevertheless, we’re going to take a...

Child actor who starred in movies during Hollywood's Golden Age lives in Naples

CLOSE Naples resident and former child actor Mickey Kuhn talks about playing a small role in Gone With the Wind 70-plus years ago. Luke Franke/Naples Daily NewsBuy PhotoNaples resident and former child actor Mickey Kuhn, 85, gained widespread recognition for his role in 1939's Gone With the Wind as a six-year-old boy. Kuhn would go on to have a lengthy career during Hollywood's Golden Age up until the late 1950's acting in 30-plus films including A Streetcar Named Desire, Red River,...