Arts & Entertainment Fads, Volume 1
Here is everything a trivia buff would ever want to know about major American fads in arts and entertainment! Well-documented and provocative, Arts & Entertainment Fads provides information on the fads that have gathered national attention and attracted many followers. Spanning time from the colonization of America to the very latest craze, the 120 entries include Tin Pan Alley, Barbershop Quartet, Betty Boop, James Bond, Charlie Chaplin, Punk Rock, The Charleston, Pop Art, “The Rocky Horror Picture Show,” 3-D, On the Road, The Original Dixieland Jazz Band, “Casey at the Bat,” Tom Wolfe, and Currier & Ives.
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