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Issue 9

Mia Farrow Debuts Her Pixie Cut in Rosemary’s Baby Sometimes the expression “legend has it” turns out to be literally true, especially when it concerns...
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Issue 8

Martin Luther King, Jr. Was Assassinated To call the year 1968 tumultuous would be to understate things. It was a year when political and cultural...
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Issue 7

“(Sittin’ on) The Dock of the Bay” Became Otis Redding’s Swan Song When Otis Redding’s “(Sittin’ on) The Dock of the Bay” was released 50...
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Issue 6

The Last “Li’l Abner” Comic Strip Was Run in Newspapers Created in 1934, “Li’l Abner” was the long-running syndicated newspaper strip by cartoonist Al Capp....
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Issue 5

The Jets and the Sharks Hit Broadway On September 26, 1957, West Side Story opened at Broadway’s Winter Garden Theater and one of the great...
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Issue 4

Thurgood Marshall Becomes the First African-American Justice of the Supreme Court Civil rights crusader Thurgood Marshall transcended history with his burning passion for reshaping a political...
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Issue 3

The Brooklyn Dodgers Moved West Devastated New York fans will remember distinctly when Brooklyn Dodgers owner Walter O’Malley announced that their beloved team would be...
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Issue 2

A Nation-Wide Strike Interrupted Television For 13 Days In March 1967, our television and radio programming experienced an interruption that was difficult to ignore. New...
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Issue 1

King Tut Was A Blockbuster Museum Exhibit Aproximately 3,300 years after his death, Egyptian Pharaoh Tutankhamun, nicknamed King Tut, became a cultural phenomenon in the...
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