Serge Stevens

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The son of an itinerant rodeo worker who briefly toured with the Calgary Stampede, Serge Stevens was born in a small town outside of Manitoba, Canada. Along with his two brothers, Ike and Rollo, Serge was homeschooled by his mother, an achingly beautiful woman. Serge moved to Washington, D.C., at the age of 23, and for three frustrating years sought assignment with the U.S. diplomatic corps. Ultimately realizing that his Canadian citizenship was far too great an obstacle to his dream, he moved to New York City, where he spent years working on the Metropolitan Transit Authority’s Second Avenue subway, while moonlighting as a stringer for the local Pennysaver. Serge lost his wife, Olivia, several years ago, in Times Square.

Articles by Serge Stevens

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We Lead. That’s How We Roll

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Whatever Happened to the Cast of The Big Chill?

Here's what they would look like if the gang reconvened today. ...
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Whatever Happened To The Cast Of Happy Days?

So whatever happened to the cast of that slice of American nostalgia? We found out....
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Whatever Happened To The Cast Of The Breakfast Club?

If they got together today, what would this club look like? DYR found out. ...
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Sound Logic?

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The 10 Best 70s Sitcom Bloopers (NSFW)

The 1970s has been called the “Golden Age of Television” for good reason. Some incredibly funny shows aired in the 70s, and they remain funny even today....
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What Kind of Husband Might I Have Been?

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Memories That Still Haunt Us

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Remember When TV Went to Bed Early?

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The Greatest Rock Concert on Earth: Monterey Pop 1967

Jimi Hendrix, the Who and Janis Joplin were among the greats who took the stage during a three-day celebration of peace, love and turning on....
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5 Secret Reasons Why Martin & Lewis Broke Up

The comedic pair was at the height of their game in the mid 1950s. What smoldering resentments led to their parting?...
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Doctors Really Made House Calls?

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Remember Going Back to School?

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15 Funniest Comics of the 1960s

Remembering the stand-ups and satirists who made us roll in the aisles....