Remember the 50s . . . when there were 2,100 drive-in movies, our income was $3,700, a new house cost $9,000 and we discovered ?The $64,000 Question? was rigged? The 60s . . . when mini skirts raised eyebrows, Chubby Checkers did the Twist, John Glenn orbited the earth, and Martin Luther King, Jr, had a dream? The 70s . . . when Archie called Edith a ?dingbat,? Jaws was a blockbuster, the ?Gatsby? look was in, gas cost 57 cents, and a Ford Mustang, $4,000? The 80s . . . the time of Mohawks and Big Hair, the Berlin Wall fell, cable aired its first MTV broadcast, and Cabbage Patch Dolls were flying off the shelves? The 90s . . .when eyebrows and belly buttons got pierced, everyone danced the Macarana, gangsta rap erupted, and the police chased O.J. down the L. A. Freeway? Read "The Years Gone Bye" and discover how pop culture changed our world in just 50 years
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Lorraine Rocco is a former elementary school teacher and a current Park House Guide at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.As a journalist, she has published more than 50 human interest articles in the Philadelphia Inquirer. Among her writing credits are four First Place Awards at the Philadelphia Writers Conference and an Honorable Mention for Special Writing in a New Jersey Press Association Contest.Her first novel, Secrets of the Heart, will be published in the fall of 2008. She makes her home in Marlton, New Jersey.
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