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Cocaine. It was a movie representing drug use. This is when drugs starting taking off. It was used as a method of fun. This movie gave teens a realistic view of why it could do to them.

“My father warned me about men and booze, but he never mentioned a word about women and cocaine.” -- Tallulah Bankhead

Cab Calloway - Kickin' The Gong Around Cab was a genius...lyrics re: cocaine or opium dens? Dance steps inspired so many others after the 1930s Cotton Club for many years ... lots of hx here

Leni Riefenstahl, The Discus Thrower. The controversial photographer and film maker whose images from the 1936 Nazi Berlin Olympics have inspired photographers every where.

Josh White September 5,1969 The legendary Josh White passed away. He is widely considered to be one of the most influential blues and folk artists of all time. His singing and guitar playing electrified a generation of fans with his dazzling technique and passionate renditions of blues, folk songs and ballads.

from The Daily Meal

14 Things You Didn't Know About Coca-Cola

You can thank Coca-Cola for allowing Santa to shake his belly like a bowl full of jelly. Before Coke ads, Santa Claus was depicted as a tall and gaunt man usually dressed in blue, green, or yellow. Then, in the 1930s, Swedish-American artist Haddon Sundblom drew a fat, jolly man wearing Coca-Cola red (and drinking a bottle, of course) and changed what Santa looked like forever. We cannot even imagine a world without fat Santa. -