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1968

In 1968, William Greaves began filming an experimental docu-drama in Central Park called Symbiopsychotaxiplasm, which was later given new life by Steve Buscemi. If you haven't seen it, it's not too late...
Let's revisit that time Jefferson Airplane played the roof of a Manhattan hotel, and the NYPD almost immediately shut them down.
We dropped by the NYPL this morning to check out what the city's papers looked like the week MLK, Jr. was assassinated, which was the major historical timestamp in last night's Mad Men episode.
Here are some of the real life things that we saw in last night's Mad Men.
The January 1st, 1968 front page headline of the NY Times read: "World Bids Adieu To A Violent Year," however, '68 became a whirlwind year of demonstrations and assassinations.
The FBI's longest wanted fugitive was arrested at JFK yesterday, where
At the 1968 Democratic Convention, anti-war activists were denied permits to
A look at some noteworthy television this week: Mr. Warmth: The Don
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