That landmark year that black and white television became color in our house didn’t make much of a difference for 10 year old me in 1965.  Sure, I loved (and still love) TV and I appreciate “The Twilight Zone” just as it was shot; in monochrome perfection. By the time Norman Lear’s “All in the Family” opened up the 1970’s – and our minds – to the realities and challenges any American neighborhood faces, we were a mere decades blink away from the 1980’s vibe of luxury consumption, lust and power as displayed on “Dallas”.

Woodbridge residents at  Fox Hill RunForest View, Evergreen East, Evergreen Forest and Cloverleaf Gardens are invited on May 4 @ 7pm to attend the Woodbridge Library presentation entitled ,”Top TV Shows: 60’s Through the 80’s”.  Presented by Donald Buzney, you’ll be led on a nostalgic trip down memory lane with a birds-eye-view of the TV shows the delighted generations across the globe. Donald Buzney is a former U.S. Marine officer and Vietnam combat veteran, Don Buzney hosts “The Veterans Corner” on Rutgers University Radio, WRSU – 88.7 FM. Guests have included former NJ Governor Christie Whitman, NJ Senator Corey Booker, U.S. NJ Congresswoman Mikie Sherrill, and Marine Major General John Toolan calling in from Helmand Province, Afghanistan.

By clicking here you can register for this free event! Find out if your favorite TV shows made Dons cut for Top TV Shows; 60’s Through 80’s!

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