The 2010s are over.

What happened between 2010 and 2020?

Vinyl came back. So did Star Wars and Mr. Rogers, at least on film.

Video stores died (Blockbuster went bust in 2014) and streaming rose to the forefront.

Disney struck princess gold again with “Frozen” — and a sequel.

“The Walking Dead” and “Game of Thrones” became water-cooler shows.

Selfies entered your vocabulary. “Selfies” was named word of the year by Oxford Dictionaries in 2013. Ellen DeGeneres generated what has been called the most famous selfie of all time while hosting the 2014 Oscars. A selfie of her posing with some of Hollywood’s biggest stars was posted on Twitter and has been retweeted more than three million times.

Fortnite and Minecraft became juggernauts.

Every generation has something kids do that parents can’t quite understand. Currently, that thing is kids watching videos of other people playing games instead of playing the games themselves.

Meanwhile, almost everyone is addicted to smart phones and social media. You probably thought you knew your friends before social media. Now you may know things about them that you may not want to know. #politics

Envelope malfunctions became a thing in the 2010s, first with Steve Harvey at the 2015 Miss Universe pageant and again with Warren Beatty at the 2017 Academy Awards ceremony. Miss USA Olivia Jordan of Tulsa was an eyewitness to the first gaffe. She was second runner-up at that Miss Universe pageant.

We could go on and on with more pop culture moments and trends of the 2010s, but, instead, let’s pare it down and focus on a few with state connections.