Welcome to Awesome80s.com!
Welcome to the Super70s family of websites: There is Super70s.com,
which covers the 1970s. There is Awesome80s.com,
which covers the 1980s. And there is Virtual90s.com,
which will cover the 1990s starting in late summer of 2008. The
fourth site is BaseballChronology
which covers the history of baseball from the 1840s to the present. Do you
see the set of colored boxes on the right labeled 70s, 80s, 90s, and BC?
These are at the top of every page and allow you to quickly switch between
all four sites!
Have you checked out our new
discussion forums? Now you can discuss anything related to the
Super70s, Awesome80s, or Virtual90s. There are literally thousands of your
messages dating back to the last century already there and I am copying
over more every day. I think you will agree that this is a much better way
to allow you to share your memories with others and read others comments
There are over 400,000 pages combined on these sites, and we're hardly
going to stop there! We constantly add new information, so
come back soon! (Don't forget to add
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can find us again. You can also make
Awesome80s.com your home page.)
September 21 in 70s/80s History:
"Dallas" star Larry Hagman was born on this date in 1931.
"Saturday Night Live" actor Bill Murray was born on this date in 1950.
We have a complete list of current and former Baseball players who are celebrating birthdays today.
In The News for September 21:
On this date in 1970 The Cleveland Browns defeated the New York Jets 31-21 in the first-ever Monday Night Football broadcast.
Movies released on September 21:
Dog Day Afternoon in 1975
Cutter's Way in 1981
Educating Rita in 1983
All of Me in 1984
Places in the Heart in 1984
Until September in 1984
The #1 Songs for September 21:
1970: 'Ain't No Mountain High Enough' by Diana Ross.
1971: 'Go Away Little Girl' by Donny Osmond.
1972: 'Black & White' by Three Dog Night.
1973: 'Delta Dawn' by Helen Reddy.
1974: 'Can't Get Enough of Your Love, Babe' by Barry White.
1975: 'Fame' by David Bowie.
1976: 'Play that Funky Music' by Wild Cherry.
1977: 'Best of My Love' by Emotions.
1978: 'Boogie Oogie Oogie' by A Taste of Honey.
1979: 'My Sharona' by The Knack.
1980: 'Upside Down' by Diana Ross.
1981: 'Endless Love' by Diana Ross & Lionel Richie.
1982: 'Hard To Say I'm Sorry' by Chicago.
1983: 'Maniac' by Michael Sembello.
1984: 'What's Love Got To Do With It' by Tina Turner.
1985: 'Money for Nothing' by Dire Straits.
1986: 'Stuck With You' by Huey Lewis and the News.
1987: 'I Just Can't Stop Loving You' by Michael Jackson.
1988: 'Sweet Child O' Mine' by Guns N' Roses.
1989: 'Don't Wanna Lose You' by Gloria Estefan.
These were the most popular songs on September 21 of each year.
Do you remember Miami Vice,
Cheers and the Cosby
Show, Gorbachev and the Evil
Empire Strikes Back, E.T., and
Beverly Hills Cop,
Rubik's Cube, the
Atari 2600, and Pac-Man, Mount
St. Helens, the Exxon
Valdez, and Chernobyl, Cosmos
and the Space
Shuttle Challenger, the fall
of the Berlin
Wall and the Tiananmen
Square Massacre, the Sadat
Assassination, the Subway
Iran-Contra and the Stock Market Crash,
Jackson and MTV? Then this site is FOR