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Posts Tagged ‘1960s’

TODAY’S NATIONAL DAY, 2/9/21 – THE DAY THE BEATLES CHANGED THE WORLD!

On February 9, 1964, Western music and culture changed forever. No one knew it yet, but the appearance of a hot British pop quartet on the Ed Sullivan Show was the beginning of an awakening we still celebrate on THE DAY THE BEATLES CHANGED THE WORLD! Turns […]

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TODAY’S NATIONAL DAY, 2/7/21 – BRITISH INVASION DAY!

It was 57 years ago today! The whole country knew the Beatles were coming. It was a huge deal when they landed at New York’s JFK airport on February 7, 1964 and were greeted by thousands of screaming girls, making this NATIONAL BRITISH INVASION DAY! Two days […]

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TODAY’S NATIONAL DAY, 5/19/19 – MALCOLM X DAY!

Malcolm Little didn’t show much promise. Smart as a whip, he used his brain as a young man to be a thief, gambler, drug dealer and pimp, a small time Harlem racketeer out of Milwaukee. Of course he was caught and sent to prison, but that’s where […]

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TODAY’S NATIONAL DAY, 12/13/18 – 1930s’ LINGO DAY!

Don’t be a sob sister, brother! Take a gander at your favorite Black & White flicks today and wise up, it’s NATIONAL 1930’S LINGO DAY! If you think the 1960s invented slang, guess again, Abercrombie, and quit bumping gums on my dime. It don’t take no sharp-eyed gumshoe […]

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