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Tag Archives: popular culture
Phil Donahue was born in Cleveland, OH, in 1935. His show, aptly titled, The Phil Donahue Show, would change daytime television. It premiered in Dayton in 1967 and ran for the next 29 years. The show introduced American daytime television … Continue reading
Fifty years ago today, the Beatles made their U.S. debut on T.V.’s The Ed Sullivan Show. On February 9, 1964, the English pop group was seen by 73 million television viewers and “Beatlemania,” which had been building momentum since the … Continue reading