The recent past must sound insane to kids raised on social media. You’d learn about concerts by seeing flyers stuck to telephone poles. You’d receive anonymous, vaguely threatening letters in the mail, instructing you to send out ten more anonymous letters, and you’d do it. Unknown graffiti artists like Jean-Michel
“The Wizard of Oz,” the Hollywood epic beloved by generations of Americans for its fantastical allegory rooted in love of heartland, home and family, appeared on television for the first time on this date in history, Nov. 3, 1956.
“For generations, this 1939 MGM fantasy musical has held a cherished