Relive the memories of yesterday through photos and short personal accounts in an entertaining bi-monthly magazine, a nostalgic look back at life before the 1980s.
The stories and photos on the pages of Nostalgia Magazine show glimpses of life from years gone by: From home life, school days, and the work place, you can relive a style of life that we all loved and cherished. Subscribe today, and Nostalgia Magazine will be mailed to your home, office, school, or library six times per year! Now in two editions! The Inland Northwest Edition and the Snake River Edition!
Nostalgia Magazine now accepts stories from ANY location!
Sample Stories from recent issues:
Can't Help But Wonder Where We're Bound Chad Mitchell and Mike Kobluk Remember the Chad Mitchell Trio
The original members of the Chad Mitchell Trio - Chad Mitchell, Mike Kobluk, and Mike Pugh - all met at Gonzaga University in the late 1950s. After traveling east to New York for a summer road trip, the trio unexpectedly found success with a recording contract, concert bookings, and appearances on The Ed Sullivan Show, Hootenanny, and more!
Real Life Rosie the Riveters from Spokane by Michael Harrington and Daniel Taylor
After learning of their brother's death aboard the USS Preston, the Taylor Sisters left Spokane with their parents, spouses, children, and siblings in the 1940s. The whole family piled into three cars, and headed off to California to go work in the Marin County Shipyards.
So Many Currents In Such a Small Puddle by Steven Branting
The purchase of a West Point Cadet's hat in a second hand store leads to intertwined stories of Lewiston's distant past.
Spokane Falls' Largest Unmarked and Unknown Monument: The Monroe Street Granite Retaining Wall by Chuck King and Tony & Suzanne Bamonte
The Granite Building, which once stood in downtown Spokane where the Paulsen Building is today, became a retaining wall on Spokane's North Hill.
Nostalgia Magazine relives the days when teenage couples sipped milkshakes at the soda fountain, when families gathered around the radio for nightly entertainment, when men wore hats in public and ladies only wore dresses.
We welcome your first person stories that recapture the essence of life and memories we cherish from our younger days.