Need a good laugh? In 1967, we were introduced to the “Carol Burnett Show.” Not only was Burnett a great comedian. She was a trail blazer for women. Continue reading
As children are headed back to school, here is a little history lesson of what we experienced in the 1960s. Continue reading
Glen Campbell died last week at age 81. In San Francisco, we were focused on the Grateful Dead and the Jefferson Airplane, but in 1967, Campbell released his hit song, “Gentle on My Mind.” Continue reading
Space travel entered our consciousness in the 1960s.
Here is President Kennedy’s speech to Congress in May of 1961 about getting a man to the moon and safely back to earth by the end of the 1960s. Continue reading
It is the 50th anniversary for one of our most iconic 1960s songs. The single, “Light My Fire” by the Doors, spent three weeks at number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in July/August of 1967. Continue reading
Fifty years ago, the news was about the rioting in Detroit. Here is a clip about how our leaders, at the time, were planning to fix things: Continue reading