The Roaring Twenties is a nickname for the 1920s which, at the time, was a period of relative prosperity and innovation in the US and some other countries. When the American industry was boming and women started to dress nice.
The roaring twenties lasted through the entire decade of the 20s from 1920 to 1929. The era was characterized by the artistic, social and cultural factors that resulted from a sustained economic prosperity.
The number range 20s is spelled twenties. (e.g. He is in his twenties. The temperature is in the low twenties.) The abbreviated term for the 1920s is capitalized, as "the Twenties." (famously known in the US as the Roaring Twenties)
Some of the characteristics of the Roaring Twenties was the Jazz Age, the Prohibitation, the Flappers, and the Red Scare. Also was the fads for bobbed hair, the production of Model T cars, and the invention of the radio.
The Cotton Club was a famous nightclub in Harlem, New York in the early 20th Century. It was a hot spot for people to go during the Roaring Twenties. Famous entertainers of the Harlem Renaissance performed there.
The so-called Roaring Twenties was named that way because it was a time in the US when many social changes came about. There was a great degree of prosperity and there seemed no limit to the "good times".
the roaring twenties was a celebration of youth and its culture. Crazy and frenetic dances, silly songs, and radically new styles of clothing. MAny women started smoking and drinking in public and wearing short skirts and hair.