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History lessons

WHILE TAKING a break from working on Q&Q’s 2016 Year in Review package (beginning on page 18), I found myself chuckling over a recent article on New York magazine’s culture website, Vulture, pondering the continued fascination with 1980s popular culture. The feature kicks off with three different headlines from The New York Times, run over the course of two decades, demonstrating the longevity of this fascination (and the perennial nature of cultural trend pieces).

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