6 - The Arts have disappeared from our papers. The year is 1995, How will young people look back on this time - how will we re-imagine life after the pandemic
Today in Currents
With all the performance spaces, theaters and art galleries closed in New York and much of the rest of the country, I felt so sad when I pick up the New York Times and there is so little about the arts. Few reviews about the theatre, dance, philharmonic and most art. Thank goodness for the book reviews.
The year is 1995, the decade
The OJ trial of the century led the news. David and Stephanie share their experiences.
It was the decade of Tech wealth
Steph takes a look back how we celebrated special events as children and how young people today are experiencing their special events in times of the pandemic.
We ask the question "Will they have the same type of memories that we have.
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