77 Sunset Strip was a big hit from 1958 to 1964. It was an easy breezy private eye drams/comedy set in Los Angeles. The show starred three of the hottest male actors of the day, all of them very handsome
This is a real true blue Baby Boomer memory. I know it still goes on, but "Trick or Treat for UNICEF" was born in 1950 right as many boomers were beginning to venture out on Halloween in our masks and costumes on Halloween night
Today is the anniversary of Bobby Thomson's amazing home run in 1951 to take the NY Giants to the pennant championship. The opposing pitcher was Ralph Branca of the Brooklyn Dodgers. This video could not be more exciting
These were very big souvenir items in the 1950s and 1960s.
You could get these porcelain plates for under $10 and they looked good on any wall (kind of). Many communities had these plates made to sell as fundraisers for anniversary dates, especially around village's centennials and bi-centennials
They started out as just a "family game." Loving Mom and Dad with Johnny and Susie in the back yard playing this game of skill. The jarts, "basically metal missiles," were prettified with colorful plastic fins on the back
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