Pop Culture in Review for the Year 1955

Photo of Mary Martin as Peter Pan from the Broadway production

When we talk about pop culture, we often think that it is related to the entertainment industry, but it’s actually way more than that;it’s what you call “hip.” 1955 was a big year for the entertainment industry and a very important year as well for the medical and science field. One of … Read more

Pop Culture in Review for the Year 1954


Culture is the representation of any civilization. And, if you want to know about the culture of any society, what better way to learn than its pop culture. In this article, we will review pop culture in 1954 to better understand how the people lived back in that era. It was the … Read more

Pop Culture in Review for the Year 1959

Dash 80 air to air photo by Joe Parke

1959 was a historic year when it comes to politics. The unemployment rate went down to about 5.5%, and the inflation rate was at 0.9%. Gas was 25 cents a gallon, and the average yearly income was $5,010.00. A Barbie doll was introduced, and the first team of astronauts was announced to … Read more

Pop Culture in Review for the Year 1953


From different artists singing hit songs to many producers making amazing films, 1953 was proven as a good year for Hollywood. We have reviewed and highlighted the major events for the year 1953 in this article. Let’s check them out. Film Singin’ in the Rain  Today, we don’t see movies using the … Read more

Pop Culture in Review for the Year 1952

The Greatest Show on Earth

Pop culture that took off in 1950 kept on growing for an entire decade. While 1951 came with changing styles and trendy music, 1952 was full of surprises. From the ever-growing television industry to Albert Einstein refusing the leadership of Israel, a lot of events happened that year. Also, advancement in medicine … Read more

Pop Culture In Review for the Year 1951

I Love Lucy

Pop culture is all around us – be it in music, television, radio, films, or technology. 1951 is known for taking the things up a notch; new roads were being built, the film industry was flourishing, the first-ever colored TV program was aired, and people had a lot of money to spend. … Read more