On CNN tonight @ 9:00 (real time), they are showing another episode of their 12-parter (?) called, "The Sixties."
I know you all have short memories, and for some, you will have suffered dementia for a decade before anyone actually notices it, but there were a crapload of these kinds shows on in 2010.
We have seen the first 5 or 6 episodes and if far exceeds any of the hyped stuff that showed up in 2010, or in 2013 (Beatles 50th, or, for some of us, the beginning of the universe.)
Each episode concentrates on one issue. Last week was Viet Nam, this week is, I think, the civil rights movement.
If you weren't there, or were still a child, it's a very good way to learn about what was really happening while you were drooling into your Keds, or especially if your first sneaks were Nikes.
For you sporty girls, there's a very interesting show airing on PBS tonight, also @ 9, called, "American Pharaoh," chronicling the Egyptian national soccer team's hopes to reach World Cup play with their American coach. I think it should have been called "Death Wish, 2014."
I never wanted to run in an election, but I always thought it'd be cool to die in office.