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Retrospectacle: Summer of Love

A tidal wave of young people with long hair and tie-dye clothing flocked to San Francisco in the summer of 1967. Fueled by media coverage, an explosive drug scene and a lack of sexual inhibition marked the Summer of Love, a crossroads in our nation’s history. The cry of peace from the flower children still resonates today.

Retrospectacle: The Suburbs

After World War II, communities started springing up across the country that were designed for ... more

Retrospectacle: Remembering the Mullet

What’s old is new and sometimes just won’t go away. The hairstyle known as the “mullet” ... more

Retrospectacle: Flagpole Sitting

It was a fad that became all the rage in 1924: flagpole sitting. It reached new heights when, ... more
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