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Rolling Stones Manning Bowl Concert Handbill (Hubbub Productions, The Rolling Stones traveled across America through the - Available at 2006 October.

1953 Life Magazine – Kellogg’s Sugar Frosted Flakes

Super cute vintage ad roll this morning! First the darling Campbell's Kids and now this adorable ad from 1953 showing Tony Jr. alongside his cereal loving pop.

Beach Goth 4 (Oct 24 & 25 2-Day Pass) with The Growlers (playing both days), Grimes, Die Antwoord, Mac Demarco, Julian Casablancas +The Voidz, FIDLAR, Ghost, The Drums, Juicy J, Warpaint, Hosted By Tom Green, Parliament Funkadelic | Observatory

Beach Goth 4 (Oct 24 & 25 Pass) with The Growlers (playing both days)…

Year I was born

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On July 31, 1970, at Middlefield, Connecticut, the Powder Ridge Rock Festival was scheduled to begin. A legal injunction forced the event to be canceled, keeping the musicians away; but a crowd of 30,000 attendees arrived anyway, to find no food, no entertainment, no adequate plumbing, and at least seventy drug dealers. Volunteer doctor William Abruzzi declared a drug “crisis” on 1 August and said “Woodstock was a pale pot scene. This is a heavy hallucinogens scene.”

"Woodstock was a pale pot scene. This is a heavy hallucinogens scene." – 25 Amazing Photos Captured Daily Life at the Powder Ridge Rock Festival, 1970

Woodstock Music & Art Fair  August 16, 1969

Woodstock Admission Ticket ~ A Treasure of History! Upon the enormous turnout of people, the creators of Woodstock decided to make this a "Free" Festival. No ticket required!

1940s-illustration

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1958 - "New(!) Crayola 64" Ad - I still love to color, and I was born in the late '60's!

Crayola Crayons - remember "Prussian blue" and "spring green"?the 64 box. I remember opening it and marveling at all the colors. The wonderful sharpener. Even now, when I open a new box of crayons the happy memories just flood back and I smile.

1967 – Albert DeSalvo, the "Boston Strangler", is convicted of numerous crimes and is sentenced to life imprisonment. | 1960's Timeline of Events

1967 – Albert DeSalvo, the "Boston Strangler", is convicted of numerous crimes and is sentenced to life imprisonment.