Amazing things about June 23:
» A spokesperson for the Royal family condemned a Hollywood docu-drama about Prince William this time last year. Wait until they hear about Princess Diana joining the X-Men.
» Tiffany kicked off her celebrated shopping mall tour in 1987. She travelled all around America, singing I Think We're Alone Now to excitable shoppers and imploring the children to behave.
» In 1990, 13-year-old Keith Sorrentino filed a $500,000 lawsuit against Madonna, claiming he suffered nightmares and started wetting the bed after Madge grabbed his camera, flung him to the ground and tried to choke him. Madonna filed a counter-suit against his sister, who she claimed was an obsessive fan.
» Tomorrow's World's very own Maggie Philbin is 48 today. And the one out of the Communards who wasn't Jimmy Somerville is 41.
» Wimbledon starts today. Last year, spectators enjoyed 34,000kg of strawberries and knocked back 60,000 pints of Pimms.
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According to Marxist theory, cultural forms such as opera, classical music and the literary works of Shakespeare all fall under the heading of high culture. Low culture refers to a wide variety of cultural themes that are characterised by their consumption by the masses.
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