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Monday, January 15, 2018.



Birthdays


1432 Afonso V "the African", king of Portugal (1438-1481)
1507 Johann Oporinus [Herbster], Swiss book publisher (Koran)
1567 Black Box, [Catherine Quinol], Guadeloupe, vocalist (Love Sensation)
1704 J. Castillon --1791
1704 J. Castillon --1791
1704 J. Castillon --1791
1704 J. Castillon --1791
1704 J. Castillon --1791
1715 Georg C Wagenzeil, Austria (court)composer/pianist
1716 Philip Livingston, merchant (signed Declaration of Independence)
1730 John Malchair, composer
1733 Joseph Lederer, composer
1742 Eugene Godecharle, composer
1779 Jean Coralli, Paris, ballet producer/choreographer
1791 Franz Gillparzer, Austrian tragic dramatist (Golden Fleece)
1793 Ferdinand G Waldmller, Austrian painter
1795 Willem de Clerq, Dutch merchant/man of letters
1798 Thomas Crofton Croker, Irish story teller (Fairy legends)
1809 Cornelia Connelly, Phila, founder (Society of the Holy Child Jesus)
1809 Pierre Joseph Proudhon, France, politician (libertarian socialist)
1812 Peter C Asbjírnsen, Norwegian fairy tale writer
1813 James Marion Sims, SC, surgeon/gynecologist (vesicovaginal operation)
1814 L. Schl„fli --1895
1814 L. Schl„fli --1895
1814 L. Schl„fli --1895
1814 L. Schl„fli --1895
1814 Ludwig Schl„fli, Swiss vicar/mathematician
1814 L. Schl„fli --1895
1815 Henry Morris Naglee, Brig General (Union volunteers), died in 1886
1817 Lewis Golding Arnold, Brig General (Union volunteers), died in 1871
1821 Lafayette McLaws, Major General (Confederate Army), died in 1897
1826 Mikhail Saltykov, Spas-Ugol Russia, satirist (Family of Noblemen)
1841 Lord Frederick Stanley, presenter of hockey's Stanley Cup
1845 Ella Flagg Young, 1st woman pres (National Educational Association)
1845 Heinrich Vogl, composer
1850 Sofya Kovalevskaya, Russian mathematician
1850 Mihail Eminesco, [Eminovici], Romanian poet (Samanul Dionis)
1850 Sonya Kurtovsky Kovalevsky, mathemetician (Acad of Science)
1850 Sofya Kovalevskaya, Russian mathematician
1858 Giovanni Segantini, Italy, painter
1863 Adolph Goldschmidt, German historian
1863 Wilhelm Marx, premier (Prussia)
1866 Nathan S”derblom, Lutheran archbishop, internationalist (Nobel '30)
1868 Noach Zjordanija, Georgian veterinarian/premier (1918-21)
1870 Johan Peter Koch, Danish officer/explorer (Greenland)
1871 Bertram Shapleigh, composer
1873 Max Adler, Austria sociologist/socialist theorist
1877 Lewis M Terman, Ind, psychologist (developed Stanford-Binet IQ test)
1878 Johanna Muller-Hermann, composer
1879 Ernest Thesiger, London England, actor (Bride of Frankenstein, Ghoul)
1882 Florian Znaniecki, Polish/US sociologist (Polish Peasant in Europe)
1888 Joseph Henabery, Omaha NE, director (Cobra)
1891 Osip E Mandelstam, Warsaw Poland, Russian poet (Noise of Time)
1892 Frank Hutchens, composer
1892 Rex Ingram, [Reginald IM Hitchcock], dir (4 Horsemen of Apocalypse)
1893 D Ivor D Novello, British composer/writer (Truth Game)
1893 Dragisa Cvetkovic, Serbian premiere of Yugoslavia (1939-4.)
1893 Ivor Novello, Cardiff Wales, actor (Lodger, Phantom Fiend)
1894 Edmond Rubbens, Belgian attorney/minister of colonization
1896 Jacobo Ficher, composer
1899 Goodman Ace, radio/TV actor/columnist/humorist (Better of Goodman)
1900 C‚sar Domela, Dutch painter (Ferdinand Domela Nieuwenhuis son)
1900 William Heinesen, F„ro‰s Island, writer (Noatun)
1902 Abd al-Aziz ibn Abd al-Rahman al-Faisal al-Saud, king (Saudi Arabia)
1906 Aristotle Onassis, industrialist
1906 Aristotle Onassis, Greece, rich shipping magnate
1906 Rezso Kokai, composer
1906 Aristotle Onassis, industrialist
1908 Edward Teller, fathered the H-bomb.
1908 Edward Teller, Budapest Hungary, fathered H-bomb (Manhattan Project)
1908 Roberta Bitgood, composer
1908 Edward Teller, fathered the H-bomb.
1909 Gene Krupa
1909 Gene Krupa
1909 Gene Krupa
1909 Gene Krupa
1909 Gene Krupa
1909 Elie Siegmeister, NYC, composer (Plough & the Stars)
1909 Enrique Sasal y Chapi, composer
1909 Gene Krupa, Benny Goodman's drummer (Sing Sing Sing)
1911 Cy Feuer, NYC, Bdwy producer (Feuer & Martin-Chorus Line)
1911 Wim Kan, Dutch cabaretier
1912 Michel J-P Debr‚, premier of France (1959-62)
1913 Lloyd Bridges
1913 Lloyd Bridges
1913 Lloyd Bridges
1913 Lloyd Bridges
1913 Lloyd Bridges
1913 Lloyd Bridges, San Leandro Calif, actor (Sea Hunt, Roots, Airplane)
1914 Lord Dacre of Glanton, British historian
1916 Mikki Doyle, journalist
1918 Gamal Abdel Nasser, Egyptian leader
1918 Andreas M Donner, Dutch jurist (constitutional law)
1918 Gamal Abdel Nasser, President of Egypt (1954-1971)
1918 Gamal Abdel Nasser, Egyptian leader
1920 John J "Cardinal" O'Connor, Phila, Roman Catholic Archbishop of NY
1920 John Junor, British editor in chief (Sunday Express)
1922 Franz Fhmann, writer
1923 Lee Teng-hui, president of ROC (Taiwan), head of KMT (1988- )
1925 Keith Bentley, international racing cyclist
1925 Ruth Slenczynska, Sacramento, California, pianist
1926 Chuck Berry, singer (Johnny B. Goode)
1926 Maria Schell, Vienna Austria, actress (Space 1999)
1926 Chuck Berry, singer (Johnny B. Goode)
1927 Francis Routh, composer
1927 Norm Crosby, Boston MA, comedian (Young at Heart Comedians)
1929 Martin Luther King, Jr., dreamer (Nobel Peace Prize 1964)
1929 Eva Badura-Skoda, composer
1929 Martin Luther King Jr, Atlanta, dreamer (Nobel 1964)
1929 "Queen Ida" Guillory, Ziadaco music
1929 Martin Luther King, Jr., dreamer (Nobel Peace Prize 1964)
1931 Derek Meddings, special effects technician
1931 Murad Kazhlayev, composer
1931 Thomas Hoving, NYC, news correspondent (20/20)
1932 Dean Smith, US actor/relay runner (Olympic-gold-1952)
1932 Enrique Raxach, composer
1932 Louis Woodard Jones, New Rochelle NY, 4X400m relayer (Oly-gold-56)
1935 Malcolm Frager, St Louis, Missouri, pianist
1935 Robert Silverberg, US, sci-fi author (Hugo, Regan's Planet)
1937 Margaret O'Brien
1937 Margaret O'Brien
1937 Margaret O'Brien
1937 Margaret O'Brien
1937 Margaret O'Brien
1937 Margaret O'Brien, San Diego, actress (Jane Eyre, Meet Me in St Louis)
1939 Charles Christopher Steel, composer
1941 Captain Beefheart, [Don Van Vliet], rocker (Bongo Fury, Shiny Beast)
1942 Edward "Sonny" Bivins, US singer (Manhattans-Kiss & Say Goodbye)
1943 Mike Marshall, MLB pitcher (1974 Cy Young Award)
1945 Marie-Christine AHI von Leibnitz, (German?)/British princess
1947 Andrea Martin, Portland ME, comediene (SCTV, Club Paradise)
1947 Pete Waterman, rocker (Stock Aitken & Waterman-Road Block)
1948 Dini Petty, Canadian talk show host (CITY-TV)
1948 Ronnie Van Zant, rocker (Lynyrd Skynyrd)
1948 Tommy Nolan, Montreal Canada, actor (Jody-Buckskin)
1949 Howard Allen Twitty, Phoenix AZ, PGA golfer (1979 BC Open)
1950 David Lynn Jones, Bexar Ark, country singer (Bonnie Jean)
1951 Charo
1951 Charo
1951 Charo
1951 Charo
1951 Charo
1951 Charo, Murcia Spain, actress/singer (Chico & the Man, Love Boat)
1951 Martha Davis, Calif, vocalist/guitar (Motels-Only the Lonely, Shame)
1952 Melvyn Gale, rocker (ELO)
1953 Boris Blank, rocker (Yello)
1953 Randy White, NFL tackle (Dallas Cowboys)
1955 Enrico Mentana, Milan Italy, Italian newscaster (RAI)
1956 Paul Parker, cricketer (one Test England v Australia 1981)
1956 Vera Sosulya, USSR, toboggan (Olympic-gold-1980)
1957 Mario Van Peebles, Mexico, actor (Posse, South Bronx Heroes)
1958 Julian Sands, actor (One Night Stand)
1959 Pete Trewavas, Middlesbrough, bassist, (Marillion-Clutching at Straws)
1960 Tim Curtis, cricketer (England righty batsman in 5 Tests 1988-89)
1961 Iris DeMent, Paragould Ar, country singer (Our Town)
1963 Erling Kagge, Norway, explorer (South Pole)
1963 Lijuan Geng, Hebei China, Canadian tennis player (Olympics-96)
1963 Richard Nasheim, hockey forward (Team Austria 1998)
1963 Yaro Dachniwsky, Chic Ill, team handball goalie (Olympics-1996)
1964 Cees van der de Linden, soccer player
1964 Paula Schnurr, Kirkland Lake Ontario, 1.5k (Olympics-8-92, 96)
1965 Derek B, rocker (Bullet from a Gun)
1965 Michael Clemons, CFL running back (Toronto Argonauts)
1967 Lisa Lisa, [Velez], rock vocalist (& Cult Jam)
1967 Richard Blakey, cricketer (England wicket-keeper in India 1993)
1967 Ted N Tryba, Wilkes-Barre PA, PGA golfer (1995 Anheuser-Busch Golf)
1968 Bob Dahl, NFL guard (Washington Redskins)
1968 Chad Lowe, Dayton Ohio, actor (Spencer, Apprentice to Murder)
1968 Felton Spencer, NBA center (SF Warriors)
1968 Laurie Fellner, Appleton Wisc, team handball goalie (Olympics-92, 96)
1968 Steve McConaghy, Australian soling yachter (Olympics-96)
1969 Adam Burt, Detroit, NHL defenseman (Hartford Whalers)
1969 Delino DeShields, Seaford DE, infielder (Montreal Expos, LA Dodgers)
1969 Demetra Hampton, actress (Valentina)
1969 Leonard Wheeler, NFL safety/cornerback (Cin Bengals, Minn Vikings)
1969 Marsha Miller, Rochester NY, WPVA volleyballer (National-17th-1995)
1969 Rob van Dijk, Dutch soccer player (Feyenoord)
1969 Rod de Highden, Australian 5k/10k/marathoner (Olympics-96)
1969 Siupeli Malamala, NFL guard/tackle (NY Jets)
1970 Dan Landry, San Diego Ca, volleyball opposite hitter (Olympics-96)
1970 Elroy Kromheer, soccer player (FC Volendam)
1970 Michele Granger, Anaheim Calif, softball pitcher (Olympics-gold-96)
1971 LeShon Johnson, running back (Arizona Cardinals)
1971 Regina King, LA Calif, actress (Brenda Jenkins-227)
1972 Ernie Reyes Jr, San Jose Calif, actor (Ernie-Sidekicks)
1972 Kimberly Anne Massaro, St Louis Mo, Miss America (Missouri-5th-1997)
1973 Daniel Nijhof, Dutch soccer player (FC Twente)
1973 Randy Srochenski, CFL linebacker (Saskatchewan Roughriders)
1974 Aubrey Jo Hiller, Missoula Montana, Miss America-Montana (1997)
1974 Mike Minter, safety (Carolina Panthers)
1975 Greg Loveridge, cricketer (NZ leg-spinner, did not bowl v Zim 1996)
1975 Mary Pierce, Montreal Canada, tennis star (1995 Australian Open)

Events


708 Sisinnius begins his reign as Pope (dies 20 days later)
946 Caliph al-Mustaqfi blinded/ousted
1346 Emperor Louis IV of Bavaria gives his wife Margaretha, Holland/Zealand
1535 Henry VIII declares himself head of English Church
1535 Henry VIII declares himself head of English Church
1535 Henry VIII declares himself head of English Church
1552 France signs secret treaty with German Protestants
1562 3rd sitting of Council of Trente opens
1582 Russia cedes Livonia & Estonia to Poland, loses access to Baltic
1586 Battle at Boxum: Spanish troops under Tassis beat state army
1752 Tobias Smollett publishes pamphlet accusing Fielding of plagiarism
1754 Riot at burial of doelist Daniel Raap in Amsterdam
1759 British Museum opens
1759 British Museum opens
1759 British Museum opens in Montague House, London
1762 Fraunces Tavern opens in NYC
1777 People of New Connecticut (Vermont) declare independence from England
1778 Nootka Sound discovered by Capt. Cook
1778 Nootka Sound discovered by Capt. Cook
1780 Continental Congress establishes court of appeals
1785 Mozarts string quartet opus 10 premieres
1797 1st top hat worn (John Etherington of London)
1831 1st US-built locomotive to pull a passenger train makes 1st run
1831 1st US railroad honeymoon trip, Mr & Mrs Pierson, Charleston, SC
1833 HMS Beagle anchors at Goeree Tierra del Fuego
1844 U of Notre Dame receives its charter in Indiana
1847 1st Swedish magazine in US, Skandinavia, published in NYC
1851 Gen Arista replaces Mexican Pres Herrera
1857 1st first-class game in Sydney, NSW v Vic at The Domain
1861 Steam elevator patented by Elisha Otis
1861 Steam elevator patented by Elisha Otis
1861 Steam elevator patented by Elisha Otis
1863 1st US newspaper printed on wood-pulp paper, Boston Morning Journal
1865 Ft Fisher, NC falls to Union troops
1866 Bedrich Smetana's opera "Branibori v Cechach," premieres in Prague
1870 Donkey 1st used as symbol of Democratic Party, in Harper's Weekly
1877 US Assay Office in Helena, Montana opens
1882 1st US ski club forms (Berlin NH)
1886 Weekly Herald, 1st Vancouver, BC newspaper, publishes 1st issue
1892 Basketball rules published in Triangle Magazine, Mass
1895 Albert Trott takes 8-43 on Test debut, then a record
1895 French fleet reaches Majunga, Madagascar
1895 Tchaikovsky's ballet "Swan Lake" premieres, St Petersburg (1/27 NS)
1896 Henry Arthur Jones' "Michael & his Lost Angel," premieres in London
1900 SCNEC soccer team forms
1905 Coen de Koning becomes world champion all-round skater
1907 3-element vacuum tube patented by Dr Lee De Forest
1907 Gold dental inlays 1st described by Wm Taggart, who invented them
1908 C Hill & R J Hartigan make 8th wkt partnership 243 for Aust
1915 Japan claims economic control of China
1915 Sydney, Kern & Smith's musical "Love o' Mike," premieres in NYC
1919 2 million gallons of molasses flood Boston MA, drowning 21
1919 Frank Wedekind's "Die letzten Tage der Menschheit," premieres
1919 Pianist & statesman Ignace Paderewski becomes 1st premier of Poland
1919 Semana Tragica (Tragic Week): Bloodbath in Buenos Aires
1919 W Collison & O Harbach's "Up in Mabel's Room," premieres in NYC
1922 Irish Free State forms; Michael Collins becomes 1st premier
1924 3rd Dutch govt Ruijs de Beerenbrouck forms
1925 Hans Luther forms German govt, with DNVP
1927 Dunbarton Bridge, 1st bridge in Bay Area, opens.
1927 Dunbarton Bridge, 1st bridge in Bay Area, opens.
1930 George Headley scores century on debut v England (made 176)
1934 8.4 earthquake in India/Nepal, 10,700 die
1934 Babe Ruth signs a 1934 contract for $35,000 ($17,000 cut)
1935 300 Dutch ice cream salesmen protest against Italian competition
1935 Clifford Odets' "Waiting for Lefty," premieres in NYC
1936 1st all-glass windowless structure in US completed, Toledo, Ohio
1936 Horace Stoneham elected president of NY Giants
1936 Non-profit Ford Foundation incorporates
1939 1st NFL pro bowl, NY Giants beat All Stars 13-10 in Wrigley Field
1939 Municipal Railway & Market St RR begin service to Transbay Terminal
1940 German U-Boot torpedoes Dutch trade ship Arendskerk (Eagle's Church)
1942 Cubs, drop plans to install lights at Wrigley due to WW II
1942 FDR asks commissioner to continue baseball during WW II
1943 1st transport of Jews from Amsterdam to concentration camp Vught
1943 World's largest office building, Pentagon, completed
1943 1,000 workers complete air conditioning system for Pentagon
1944 European Advisory Commission decides to divide Germany
1944 General Eisenhower arrives in England
1944 Vught Concentration Camp puts 74 women in 1 cell, 10 die
1945 "Make Mine Manhattan" opens at Broadhurst Theater NYC for 429 perfs
1945 Every Amsterdammer gets 3 kg sugar beets
1945 Red Army frees Crakow-Plaszow concentration camp
1948 World's largest office building, The Pentagon, is completed.
1948 World's largest office building, The Pentagon, is completed.
1949 Mao's Red army conquers Ten-tsin
1950 4,000 attend National Emergency Civil Rights Conference in Wash DC
1951 "Cloud of Death" rolls down Mount Lamington, New Guinea kills 3-5,000
1951 Supreme Court rule "clear & present danger" of incitement to riot is not protected speech & can be a cause for arrest
1953 16 car Federal Express train loses brakes & crashes in Wash DC station
1953 GDR Min of Foreign affairs Georg Dertingen arrested for "espionage"
1955 1st official act of Princess Beatrice, launches tanker Vasum
1955 D Shostakovitch' "From Jewish Folk Poetry," premieres in Leningrad
1955 USSR ends state of war with German Federal Republic
1956 Bauer Marlene wins LPGA Sea Island Golf Open
1956 D Shostakovitch appointed honorary member of Academia Santa Cecilia
1956 KWAB TV channel 4 in Big Spring, TX (NBC) begins broadcasting
1956 NFL Pro Bowl: East beats West 31-30
1957 Brooklyn Dodgers sign a new 3 year lease for Ebbets Field
1958 NY Yankees sign million dollar plus deal to show 140 games on WPIX TV
1961 NFL Pro Bowl: West beats East 35-31
1961 Suggs wins LPGA Sea Island Women's Golf Invitational Open
1961 Supremes signed with Motown Records
1962 50th Australian Mens Tennis: Rod Laver beats R Emerson (86 06 64 64)
1962 Dutch & Indonesian navy encounter in Etna Bay New Guinea
1964 Baseball agrees to hold a free-agent draft in NYC
1964 Teamsters negotiate 1st national labor contract
1965 Rock group Who releases 1st album "I Can't Explain"
1965 Washtenaw Community College in Ann Arbor Mich forms
1966 AFL Pro Bowl: All-Stars beats Buffalo 30-19
1966 NFL Pro Bowl: East beats West 36-7
1967 Superbowl I: Green Bay Packers beat KC Chiefs, 35-10 in LA Superbowl MVP: Bart Starr, Green Bay, QB
1968 Soyuz 5 launched
1968 Soyuz 5 launched
1968 KDCD TV channel 18 in Midland, TX (IND) begins broadcasting
1969 Nuclear test at Pacific Ocean
1969 Soyuz 5 launched by Soviet Union
1970 Milwaukee Brewers make their 1st trade (with Oakland A's)
1970 Republic Biafra disbands/joins Nigeria
1971 "Ari" opens at Mark Hellinger Theater NYC for 19 performances
1971 Aswan Dam official opens in Egypt
1971 George Harrison releases "My Sweet Lord"
1972 Heavyweight Joe Frazier KOs Terry Daniels
1973 UNIX version 3.
1973 UNIX version 3.
1973 UNIX version 3.
1973 UNIX version 3.
1973 UNIX version 3.
1973 4 Watergate burglars plead guilty in federal court
1973 Gene Shalit joins Today Show panel
1973 Pope Paul VI has an audience with Golda Meir at Vatican
1973 Pres Nixon suspends all US offensive action in N Vietnam
1974 "Happy Days" begins an 11 year run on ABC
1974 24th NBA All-Star Game: West beats East 134-123 at Seattle
1974 Expert panel reports 18«-m gap in Watergate tape, 5 separate erasures
1975 Portugal signs accord for Angola's independence
1975 Space Mountain opens (Disneyland)
1976 Sara Jane Moore sentenced to life for attempting to shoot Pres Ford
1976 US-German Helios B solar probe launched into solar orbit
1976 USSR performs nuclear test at Eastern Kazakh/Semipalitinsk USSR
1977 Coneheads debut on "Saturday Night Live"
1977 Jane Blalock wins LPGA Colgate Triple Crown Golf Tournament
1978 Theodore Bundy kills Fla State U coeds Lisa Levy & Margaret Bowman
1978 Superbowl XII: Dallas Cowboys beat Denver Broncos, 27-10 in N Orleans Superbowl MVP: Harvey Martin, Dallas, DE & Randy White, Dallas, DT
1980 Pam Gems' "Piaf!," premieres in London
1981 "Hill Street Blues" premieres on NBC-TV
1981 Bob Gibson elected to Baseball's Hall of Fame
1982 "Forbidden Broadway" by/with Gerard Alessandrini premieres in NYC
1983 Dutch political party DS'70 disbands
1983 Hartford Whalers smallest crowd 4,812 (beat Devils) during blizzard
1983 Javed Miandad & Mudassar Nazar make 451 stand v India
1983 Thom Syles keeps a life saver intact in his mouth for over 7 hours
1984 Hana Mandlikova ends Martina Navratilova's 54-match winning streak
1984 Sch”nbrun skates world record 5 km (7:39.44)
1985 Bollingen Prize for poetry awarded to John Ashbery & Fred Chapell
1985 Civil rights activist Tancredo Neves elected president
1985 Mike Gatting & Graeme Fowler both scores 200's v India
1985 Tancredo Neves becomes 1st elected president of Brazil in 21 years
1986 Living Seas opens (Disneyland)
1988 Jimmy "The Greek" Snyder makes racist remarks about black athletes
1988 Kiran More stumps five WI batsman at Madras, world Test record
1988 Narendra Hirwani takes 16-136 (8-61 & 8-75) v WI on Test debut
1989 "Ain't Misbehavin'" closes at Ambassador Theater NYC after 176 perfs
1989 10th ACE Cable Awards: HBO wins 35 awards
1989 Betsy King wins LPGA Jamaica Golf Classic
1989 Big John Studd wins WWF's 1st Royal Rumble
1989 Cerberal Palsy telethon raises 22,600,000
1990 42 year old George Foreman KOs George Cooney in 2 rounds
1990 6th Soap Opera Digest Awards - Knots Landing wins
1990 AT&T experiences long distance problems due to a computer glitch
1990 Blue Jay Cecil Fielder signs with Detroit as a free agent
1990 NY Knicks Trent Tucker scores with 1/10 sec, beats Bulls, 109-106
1991 Australia beat NZ 2-0 to win the World Series Cup
1991 UN's deadline for Iraq to withdraw from Kuwait (they don't)
1992 Bulgaria recognizes Macedonia
1992 Cleaning woman finds intimate photos of Sarah Ferguson with US man
1992 Supreme Court rules 5-3 that Joseph Doherty isn't entitled to asylum
1993 7.5 earthquake strikes northern Japan, 2 die
1993 Soap opera "Santa Barbara" final show on NBC TV
1993 Top mafia leader Salvatore "Tot•" Riina arrested in Palermo
1994 15th ACE Cable Awards: HBO wins 34 awards, Showtime wins 10
1994 Hague motorist with .51% alcohol in blood, breaks Dutch record (.47%)
1994 Queen Elizabeth falls off her horse & breaks her left wrist
1995 Dawn Coe-Jones wins LPGA Chrysler-Plymouth Tournament of Golf Champion
1995 SD Chargers beat Pitt Steelers 17-13 for AFC championship
1995 SF 49ers beat Dallas Cowboys for NFC championship
1995 Southern Alabama begins using new area code 334
1995 Western Washington begins using new area code 360
1997 Chicago Bull Dennis Rodman kicks cameraman, Eugene Amosin the groin
1997 Space Shuttle Atlantis docks with Mir Space Station
1998 NASA announces John Glenn, 76, may fly in space again

That's All....

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