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In social isolation, baby boomers and Gen X grow nostalgic for drive-in movies

COVID-19: The one reason we didn’t know drive-in movies were better than movie theaters

Photo credit: Jrosenberry1/Wikimedia Commons

Do you miss drive-in movie locations? I do. Drive-ins were childhood homes away from homes for family members in the Lost Generation, Baby Boomers and me (Generation X). But with the…

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Shamontiel L. Vaughn

Shamontiel L. Vaughn

Check out her 3 Medium pubs: I Do See Color, Tickled and We Need to Talk. (Doggone World and Homegrown are now on Substack.) Visit Shamontiel.com

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