The Fifth Sunday of January

Take a bull with four eyes, mix with a double-barrel canon, gently stir in a generous number of silkworms. What do you get? I don’t know either, but the recipe is what makes Fifth Sundays at Postcard History lots of fun.

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Roseland – New York’s Great Dance Palace

If you are of “a certain age” will you recall a time when you turned on the radio and heard an announcer say, “This broadcast comes to you LIVE! from the Roseland Ballroom.” If you heard that introduction, you were listening to the NBC Radio Network’s weekly, hour-long broadcast of a big-band performance of America’s best dance music led by Vincent Lopez, Harry James, Tommy Dorsey, or Glenn Miller. Sit back and listen, or stand-up and dance.

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