1960s

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Noun1.1960s - the decade from 1960 to 19691960s - the decade from 1960 to 1969  
decade, decennary, decennium - a period of 10 years
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A lot of fashion items in vogue today are only a modification of some styles that people rocked in the '60s. From the wide brimmed hats to the skinny trousers, the style of the past seems to be finding expression in present day Nigeria yet again.
Performing in 2011 on "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon," the band Vanilla Fudge sounded like it was ripped straight from the '60s as it played its rocked-out, psychedelic rendition of the Supremes classic "You Keep Me Hangin' On." And in a lot of ways, it was.
Berry's heart has always remained in the '60s. His major hits included, Memphis Tennessee (1963), The Crying Game (1964), My Baby Left Me (1964) and Little Things (1965).
The pictures were modelled after shots from the '60s in an eight-page layout that keeps the 'Mad Men' theme.
Meanwhile, to many in the baby boom Left, the '60s were viewed as a lost Golden Age.
But his worldview didn't arise merely from hanging out with the Merry Pranksters and other bohemian arts gangs of the '60s. He was also influenced by a set of postwar intellectuals who viewed society and technology as an interconnected "whole system" that can be modeled, guided, and improved.
The brothers, guitarist Luther and drummer Cody Dickinson, are the sons of the legendary pianist and producer Jim Dickinson who was part of the '60s Memphis folk scene and went on to do session work with the Rolling Stones, among others.
The pivotal interest in this project lies in the gesture and the gesturing body as it has been explored in video and photography from the '60s to the present, with a focus on performance, action, and bodily experience that underline social, political, identity, and gender issues and activism.
In the '60s, Dow developed its own version using an extruder and a secondary Cooler Mixer, which had a rotor with paddles instead of a screw.
Currently showing at the Canadian Centre for Architecture, The '60s: Montreal Thinks Big argues that the central planning of highways, housing, parks and a new metro system brought architecture and engineering together in a way that clearly recalls La Ville Radieuse.
NN: The '60s were a volatile period for African Americans in the theatre.
Lattin asserts that the spiritual explorations of the '60s fundamentally altered America's mainstream Protestant, Catholic and Jewish institutions, and he augments that claim with material from solid academic research.