In 1976 the Liberty Bell was moved to it’s new home behind Independence Hall. Ted Turner became the CEO of the Atlanta Braves. George Lucas did something really interesting to ensure he had exclusive rights to merchandising
The year on the Cave Yearbook today is 1980 – The International Year of Water and Sanitation. Jimmy Carter bailed our Chrysler with a $1.5 billion loan. Blondie released a single that would become the Billboard Song
1969 was a historic year for the United States! We went to the moon, Led Zeppelin released their debut album on American charts, and the LA Kings were fined by Jack Kent Cooke.
For the Yearbook today, we’re looking back at 1984. You could buy a movie ticket for $2.50. The first Apple Macintosh personal computer went on sale. AT&T was broken up. The first annual Soap Opera Digest Awards
1987 was the International Year of Shelter for Homeless, which we could probably benefit from enacting again. The Rock n Roll Hall of Fame inducted Aretha Franklin! A new Star Trek series debuted in syndication.