The colorful dresses with the Op Art type patterns.
Some of the best ever Woody Allen movies, like "Sleeper" and "Annie Hall."
Other great movies like "Taxi Driver," the original "Rocky," and "All the President's Men."
Heck, even "Jaws." That was the beginning of the "summer blockbusters" trend, which means that just when I have loads of time to go to movies there won't be anything I want to see. But it's been pointed out that "Jaws" was pretty modest compared to later gorefests.
Frozen yogurt being a new treat.
The Dorothy Hamill haircut.
The pop ballads that everyone makes fun of now, like "Billy Don't Be a Hero," "Seasons in the Sun," and too many others to name.
Simon and Garfunkel's "Bridge Over Troubled Waters" album.
Speaking of Simon and Garfunkel, I'll always remember listening to their "Kodachrome" while studying for the last set of high school finals I would ever take.
Triple Crown-winning horses. There were three within the decade, and since then...zilch.
Muhammad Ali's comeback.
The Friday night lineup of comedy shows, including "The Odd Couple," "Sanford and Son," and "Love American Style."
"All in the Family" exploring hitherto uncharted topics on a sitcom.
"The wingadingdingy Cavett Show" at night, and "The Mike Douglas Show" in the afternoons.
Watching Lawrence Welk on Saturday night with my grandparents.