Not only has MTV redefined American popular culture but it has created an evolutionary corporate culture, where the real power brokers are those who are “in the demo”—employees under the age of twenty-five.
The Star Wars trilogy touched audience around the world in ways that no other movies ever have. It also ushered in the soulless action flick and the kind of merchandising that brings us R2-D2 beverage coolers. George Lucas discusses the making of an American myth.
At a Seabrook Farms reunion, confronting painful family histories became a shared experience for the descendants of Japanese war internees and the heirs of C. F. Seabrook—“the Henry Ford of agriculture,” and the author’s grandfather.