Phil Collins & Marilyn Martin Take ‘Separate Lives’ from White Nights to No. 1

Though he had spent more than a decade and a half as the drummer in Genesis, by 1985 Phil Collins was at the top of his game as a solo artist, having scored big with songs like “In the Air Tonight,” “Against All Odds,” and “One More Night.” The latter two were keyboard-driven ballads, equally at home on pop and adult contemporary radio, a streak he continued in 1985 with his hit duet with Marilyn Martin, “Separate Lives.”


The Era of Consumption: 3 80's Films Set In Shopping Malls

Amazon might have mortally wounded the local shopping mall, but those of a certain age doubtless remember the important role malls played in American life, particularly during the ‘80s. Malls weren’t just enclosed spots to get your shopping done; they were meeting places, concert and fashion show venues, restaurants and movie houses, and the place where budding relationships could … well, bud, away from the watching eyes of parents.


10 Facts About 1989 Classic "Road House" You Should Know

Patrick Swayze returned to the main stage in the cult classic Road House. Two years after the Dirty Dancing star emerged into the spotlight with his magnetic mambo moves, the actor stepped into the role of a bouncer in 1989's Road House. 

As the film's producer Joel Silver had predicted, the movie about the ways of these "coolers" would become the "best drive-in movie ever made." Here are 10 facts about the 80's action drama you should know!

10. The movie was not filmed in Missouri.