Wednesday, February 13, 2019.


Henry Rollins
Henry Rollins
Henry Rollins
Henry Rollins
Henry Rollins
1440 Hartmann Schedel, German physician/humanist/historian
1480 Hieronymus Aleander, [Girlamo Aleandro], Italian diplomat/cardinal
1599 Alexander VII, [Fabio Chigi], Siena Italy, pope (1655-67)
1610 Jean de la Badie, French divine, founder of Lagardists
1622 Adam Pijnacker, landscape painter/etcher, baptized
1658 Jan B Wellekens, Dutch poet/painter
1660 Johann Sigismund Kusser, composer
1682 Giovanni Battista Piazzetta, Venice, painter (Fortune Teller)
1713 Domingo Miguel Bernaube Terradellas, composer
1721 John Reid, composer
1754 Charles-Maurice duke of Talleyrand-Prigord, Fr bishop/premier (1815)
1755 Franois Alexander Sallantin, composer
1756 Joannes van der Linden, lawyer/judge (Ware Pleiter)
1757 John C Hespe, Dutch journalist/politician
1764 Talleyrand, France/Napolean's foreign minster
1768 douard Mortier, French general, duke, prime minister (1834-35)
1778 Fernando Sor, composer
1787 James P Carrell, composer
1805 David Dudley Field, lawyer whose advocacy of law codification had international effects.
1805 David Dudley Field, lawyer whose advocacy of law codification had international effects.
1805 David Dudley Field, lawyer/law codifier
1805 Peter G L Dirichlet, Germany, number theorist/analysist
1807 Bartolommea Capitanio, Italian monastery founder (Liefdezusters)
1813 Charles Pierre Schimpf, governor of Suriname (1855-59)
1820 Bela Albrecht Pal Keler, composer
1822 Lev A Mej, Russian nobleman/poet
1829 Gerard Keller, writer (Netherlands Spectator)
1831 John Aaron Rawlins, Bvt Major General (Union Army), died in 1869
1833 William Whedbee Kirkland, Brig Gen (Confederate Army), died in 1915
1837 Valentin de Zubiaurre y Unionbarrenechea, composer
1840 Georg Jacobi, composer
1849 Lord Randolph Churchill, England, politician, Winston's father
1852 Johan L E Dreyer, Danish astronomer (New gen catalogue of nebulae)
1859 Frank van de Goes, Dutch writer/marxist theorist
1859 William Strang, Scottish painter/engraver
1861 Uchimura Kanzo, Tokyo, religious writer (How I Became a Christian)
1862 Karel Weis, composer
1870 Leopold Godowsky, Lithuania, virtuoso pianist/composer
1874 Hendrik Spiekman, Dutch politician (social-democratic)
1875 ? Kanouse, Watertown Wisc, 1st quintuplets in US, born to Edna Kanouse
1877 Jazeps Medins, composer
1881 Eleanor Farjeon, English writer (Martin Pippin)
1883 Bainbridge Crist, composer
1883 Harold "Hal" Chase, baseball player/manager
1885 Bess Truman
1885 Bess Truman
1885 Bess Truman
1885 Bess Truman, married to President Harry Truman
1885 Bess Truman
1885 Bess Truman, married to President Harry Truman
1885 Bess Truman
1885 Elizabeth Virginia "Bess" Truman, 1st lady (1945-52)
1886 Ricardo Giraldes, Argentina, novelist/poet (Don Segundo Sombra)
1887 Alvin York, famed US soldier with 25 kills in WW I
1888 Georgios Papandreou, Greek prefect of Lesbos/minister/premier
1888 Heintje Davids, [Hendrika], Dutch revue star
1892 Grant Wood
1892 Grant Wood
1892 Grant Wood
1892 Grant Wood
1892 Grant Wood
1892 Grant Wood, US, painter (American Gothic)
1892 Robert Houghwout Jackson, 84th Supreme Court justice (1941-54)
1893 Ana Pauker-Rabensohn, Romania, communist/foreign minister (1945-52)
1895 Fred Essler, Austria, actor (Unsinkable Molly Brown, Saratoga Trunk)
1898 Neville Pearson, English publisher
1902 Blair Moody, New Haven Ct, (Sen-Mich)
1902 Karl Menger, Austria/US mathematician (theory of dimension)
1903 Georges Simenon, Belgium, mystery writer (Snow Was Black)
1908 Gerald Strang, Claresholm Canada, composer
1908 Pauline Frederick, journalist/correspondent (UN, NBC TV)
1908 Sulo Nurmela, Finland, 4 X 100K relay skier (Olympic-gold-1936)
1910 William B Shockley, London, US physicist (Nobel 1956), racist
1911 Jean Muir Fullarton, actress
1912 French J Van den Brande, Flemish actor
1912 Jose de Capriles, US, fencer (Olympic-1936, 48, 52)
1912 Margaretta Scott, actress (Crescendo, Where's Charley, Counterblast)
1913 Arthur Carleton Hetherington, public servant
1913 Guiseppe Dossetti, politician/priest
1914 Earl Cadogan, British large landowner (Military Cross)
1914 George Kleinsinger, San Bernardino CA, composer (Tubby the Tuba)
1915 Lyle Betther, Phila, actor (Harry-Grand Jury, Lone Ranger)
1916 James Griffith, LA Calif, actor (Sheriff of Cochise)
1917 Polly Rose, actress (Myrtle-Love That Jill)
1918 Helen Stephens, Fulton Mo, 100m runner (Olympic-gold-1936)
1918 Patty Berg, Minneapolis MN, LPGA golfer (1938 US Amateur)
1919 Tennessee Ernie Ford
1919 Tennessee Ernie Ford
1919 Tennessee Ernie Ford
1919 Tennessee Ernie Ford
1919 Tennessee Ernie Ford
1919 Eddie Robinson, winningest college football coach (Grambling)
1919 Joan Edwards, NYC, vocalist (Joan Edwards Show)
1919 Tennessee Ernie Ford, Bristol Tn, country vocalist/actor (pea picker)
1920 Eileen Farrell
1920 Eileen Farrell
1920 Eileen Farrell
1920 Eileen Farrell
1920 Eileen Farrell
1920 Bryant Boudleaux, Shellman Ga, rock writer (Bye Bye Love)
1920 Eileen Farrell, Willimantic Conn, opera soprano (Interrupted Melody)
1921 Henk van Galen Last, Dutch journalist
1921 Zao-Wou-Ki, Chinese/French painter/graphic artist
1922 Lord Pym of Sandy, British minister of foreign affairs
1923 Chuck Yeager
1923 Chuck Yeager
1923 Chuck Yeager
1923 Chuck Yeager
1923 Chuck Yeager
1923 Chuck Yeagar, US test pilot (1st man to break sound barrier)
1924 Jean-Jacques Servan-Schreiber, French economist/politician
1925 Gene Ames, singer
1925 Jan Arends, Dutch poet/author
1926 Barney Childs, composer
1927 Harry Wich, Dutch set designer
1929 Omar Torrijos Herrera, president Panama
1930 Dotty McGuire, Middletown Oh, vocalist (McGuire Sisters)
1931 Marjorie Jackson, Austria, 100m/200m dash (Oly-gold-1952) [or Sep 13]
1933 Kim Novak
1933 Kim Novak
1933 Kim Novak
1933 Kim Novak
1933 Kim Novak
1933 Caroline Blakiston, actress (At Bertram's Hotel)
1933 Emanuel Ungaro, France, fashion designer (Neiman-Marcus Award-1969)
1933 Kim Novak, [Marilyn], Chicago Ill, actress (Vertigo, Of Human Bondage)
1933 Paul Biya, president of Cameroon (1982- )
1934 George Segal
1934 George Segal
1934 George Segal
1934 George Segal
1934 George Segal
1934 George Segal, actor/banjo player (Carbon Copy, Fun with Dick & Jane)
1935 Tommy Jacobs, golfer
1936 John Harris, British(?) cricket player
1936 Leamon King, Tulare Calif, 4X100m relayer (Olympic-gold-1956)
1937 Sigmund Jaehn, German DR, cosmonaut (Soyuz 31/29)
1937 Susan Oliver, NYC, actress (Ann-Peyton Place, Star Trek-Cage)
1938 Oliver Reed, London England, actor (Big Sleep)
1939 Valery Illych Rozhdestvensky, USSR, cosmonaut (Soyuz 23)
1941 Bo Svenson, Goteborg Sweden, actor (North Dallas 40, Walking Tall)
1942 Carol Lynley, NYC, actress (Night Stalker, Fantasy Island, Immortal)
1942 Donald E Williams, Lafayette Ind, Capt USN/astro (STS 51D, STS 34)
1943 F C Delius, writer
1943 Leo Frankowski, US, sci-fi author (High Tech Knight, Flying Warlord)
1944 Jerry Springer
1944 Peter Tork
1944 Stockard Channing
1944 Jerry Springer
1944 Peter Tork
1944 Stockard Channing
1944 Jerry Springer
1944 Peter Tork
1944 Stockard Channing
1944 Jerry Springer
1944 Peter Tork
1944 Stockard Channing
1944 Jerry Springer
1944 Peter Tork
1944 Stockard Channing
1944 Jerry Springer, London England, talk show host (Jerry Springer Show)
1944 Peter Tork, Wash DC, singer/actor (Monkees-Last Train to Clarksville)
1944 Sal Bando, baseball player (Oakland A's)
1944 Stockard Channing, NYC, actress (Grease, Big Bus, Without a Trace)
1945 Keith Nichols, jazz pianist
1945 King Floyd, rocker
1945 Roy Dyke, Liverpool, rock drummer (Ashton, Gardner & Dyke)
1946 Rainer Werner Fassbinder, German director/actor (Ehe der Maria Braun)
1947 Mike Krzyzewski, basketball coach
1947 Tony Butler, rock bassist (Big Country-It's a Big Country, Wonderland)
1950 Peter Gabriel
1950 Peter Gabriel
1950 Peter Gabriel
1950 Peter Gabriel
1950 Peter Gabriel
1950 Leonard Pascoe, cricketer (dynamic Aussie quick 1977-82)
1950 Peter Gabriel, Surrey England, rock vocalist (Genesis, In Your Eyes)
1951 David Naughton, Hartford Ct, actor (My Sister Sam, Separate Vacations)
1952 David Puilum Choi, Hong Kong, murderer (FBI Most Wanted List)
1952 Ed Gagliardi, NYC, rock bassist (Foreigner-Cold As Ice)
1953 Sharon Wyatt, Lebanon Tenn, actress (Tiffany-General Hospital)
1953 Suleiman Nyambui, Tanzanian runner (world record 5k indoor)
1955 Jan de Ligt, Dutch saxophonist (I've Got the Bullets)
1955 Scott Smith, rock bassist (Loverboy-Get Lucky)
1956 Liam Brady, British soccer player
1956 Peter Hook, English rock bassist (New Order-Round & Round, Run)
1956 Richard Eden, actor (Brick-Santa Barbara, Solar Crisis, Robocop)
1957 Doris King, Nashville Tenn, vocalist (Girls Next Door-Don't Be Cruel)
1957 Thelston Payne, cricket wicket-keeper (WI 1986)
1958 Mark Fox, congas/percussionist (Haircut 100-Nobody's Fool)
1960 Kelly McCormick, Anaheim Calif, diver (Olympic-silver-1984)
1960 Matt Salinger, Windsor VT, actor (Capt America, Deadly Deception)
1960 Michael Craig, rock bassist (Culture Club-Do You Want to Hurt Me)
1961 Henry Rollins, US vocalist/poet (Big Ugly Mouth, Talking From the Box)
1961 Kyi Hla Han, Yangon, Australasia golfer
1961 Les Warner, rocker (Cult-Fire Woman)
1962 Jackie Silva, Rio de Janeiro Brazil, volleyballer (Pan Am-Bronze)
1963 Penelope Ann Miller, actress (Awakenings, Chaplin, Freshman) [or 1/13]
1963 Roberta Vasquez, LA Calif, playmate (November, 1984)
1964 Evi Strasser, Bavaria German, equestrian (Olympics-96)
1965 Kenny Harrison, Milwaukee Wisc, triple jumper
1965 Stephen Manley, LA Calif, actor (Donny-Married the 1st Year)
1966 Freedom Williams, rock vocalist (C&C Music Factory-Everbody Dance Now)
1966 Tally Chanel, Tel Aviv Israel, actress (Warrior Queen)
1967 Bas Roorda, soccer player (FC Groningen) [or Feb 21]
1967 Eddie Pye, US baseball infielder (LA Dodgers)
1967 Melanie Denise Bridges, Derry NH, Miss NH-America (1991)
1968 Matt Mieske, US baseball outfielder (Milwaukee Brewers)
1969 Subroto Banerjee, cricketer (Indian quickie & Dennis Lillee protg)
1970 Kevin Stocker, US baseball infielder (Phila Phillies)
1970 Ruben Brown, NFL guard (Buffalo Bills)
1970 Vernon Patao, 141 lbs (64 kg) US weightlifter (alt-Olympics-1996)
1971 Jim Reid, NFL tackle (Houston Oilers)
1971 Mats Sundin, Bromma SWE, NHL center (Team Sweden, Toronto Maple Leafs)
1971 Shelly Hammonds, NFL safety (Minn Vikings)
1971 Todd Williams, US baseball pitcher (LA Dodgers)
1972 Charlie Garner, NFL running back (Phila Eagles)
1972 Juha Ylonen, Helsinki FIN, NHL forward (Oly-Bronze-1998, Phoenix)
1973 Willie Smith, NFL linebacker (Detroit Lions)
1974 Anthony Mortas, hockey forward (Team France 1998)
1975 Mark Gerald Keddell, Christchurch NZ, 200m (Olympics-96)
1979 Julie Nagle, Miss North Dakota Teen USA (1997)
1980 Kristy Powell, Fla, gymnast (Olympics-96)


1130 Gregorio de' Papareschi elected as Pope Innocent II
1349 Jews are expelled from Burgsordf Switzerland
1510 Charles of Gelre conquerors Oldenzaal
1545 Willem of Nassau becomes prince of Orange
1566 St Augustine, Florida founded
1601 John Lancaster leads 1st East India Company voyage from London
1633 Italian astronomer Galileo Galilei arrived in Rome for trial before Inquisition for professing belief that earth revolves around the Sun
1635 Oldest US public institution, Boston Latin School founded
1651 Flemish missionary Joris van Geel departs to Congo
1668 Treaty of Lisbon: Spain recognizes Portugal
1678 Tycho Brahe 1st sketches "Tychonic system" of solar system
1689 British Parliament adopts Bill of Rights
1692 MacDonald clan murdered on orders of King William III
1693 College of William & Mary opens
1706 Battle at Fraustadt: Swedish army beats Russia/Saksen
1741 First magazine published in America (The American Magazine)
1741 First magazine published in America (The American Magazine)
1741 Andrew Bedford publishes 1st American magazine (American Magazine)
1755 Rebel leader Mangkubuni signs Treaty of Gianti Java
1777 de Sade arrested without charge, imprisoned in Vincennes fortress
1782 French fleet occupies St Christopher
1786 Abraham Baldwin selected president of University of Georgia
1795 1st state university in US opens, University of North Carolina
1799 1st US law regulating insurance passed, by Massachusetts
1809 French take Saragossa, Spain after a long siege
1816 -14] Teatro San Carlo in Naples destroyed by fire
1826 American Temperance Society, forms in Boston
1832 1st appearance of cholera at London
1837 Riot in NY over high price of flour
1858 Sir Richard Burton & John Speake explore Lake Tanganyika, Africa
1860 King Basse Kajuara departs Boni South-Celebes
1861 1st military action to result in Congressional Medal of Honor, AZ
1861 Abraham Lincoln declared president
1861 Col Bernard Irwin attacks & defeats hostile Chiricahua Indians
1862 -Feb 16th) Siege of Ft Donelson TN
1864 Miridian Campaign fighting at Chunky Creek & Wyatt, Mississippi
1866 Jesse James holds up his 1st bank, Liberty, Missouri ($15,000)
1867 Johann Strauss' "Blue Danube" waltz premieres in Vienna
1886 Painter Thomas Eakins resigns from Philadelphia Academy of Art after controversial over use of male nudes in a coed art class
1895 Moving picture projector patented
1899 -16F (-27C), Minden Louisiana (state record)
1899 -1F (-18C) New Orleans, La
1899 -2F (-19C) Tallahassee, Florida (state record)
1905 -29F (-34C) Pond, Arkansas (state record)
1905 -40F (-40C) Lebanon, Kansas (state record)
1905 -40F (-40C) Warsaw, Missouri (state record)
1907 English suffragettes storm British Parliament & 60 women are arrested
1912 England regains cricket's Ashes
1914 American Society of Composers, Authors & Publishers-ASCAP forms in NYC
1920 National Negro Baseball League organizes
1920 League of Nations recognizes perpetual neutrality of Switzerland
1920 Switzerland rejoin League of Nations
1923 1st Black pro Basketball team, "Renaissance," organizes
1924 King Tut's tomb opened
1925 US Congress makes Surpreme Court appeal more difficult
1927 Uprising against Portuguese regime of Gen Carmona defeated
1929 Cruiser Act: OKs construction of 19 new cruisers & an aircraft carrier
1929 Vladimir Mayakofsky's "Klop," premieres in Moscow
1932 "Free Eats" introduces George "Spanky" McFarland to "Our Gang"
1934 Austrian Dollfuss govt bans socialistic party
1935 1st US surgical operation for relief of angina pectoris, Cleveland
1935 Bruno Hauptmann found guilty of kidnap & murder of Lindbergh's infant
1937 "Prince Valiant" comic strip appears; known for historical detail and fine detail drawing. Thanks Hal.
1937 "Prince Valiant" comic strip appears; known for historical detail and fine detail drawing. Thanks Hal.
1937 "Prince Valiant" comic strip appears; known for historical detail
1937 Bradman scores 123 SA v Queensland, 165 mins, 10-4s 1-6 in cricket
1937 Maribel Vinson wins her 9th US figure skating championship
1937 NFL Boston Redskins move to Wash DC
1937 US female Figure Skating championship won by Maribel Vinson
1937 US male Figure Skating championship won by Robin Lee
1940 Bradman scores 209* in 161 minutes for South Aust at the WACA
1941 Nazi leaders attack Dutch Jewish Council
1942 Hitler's Operation Seelwe (invasion of England) cancelled
1943 German assault on Sidi Bou Zid Tunisia, Gen Eisenhower visits front
1943 Women's Marine Corps created
1945 Allied planes bomb Dresden Germany; 135,000 die
1945 Gerbrandy British govt refuses Dutch Jewish right to buy
1945 USSR captures Budapest, after 49-day battle with Germany; 159,000 die
1946 "Duchess Misbehaves" opens at Adelphi Theater NYC for 5 performances
1948 Andy Ganteaume scores 112 for W Indies in only Test Cricket innings
1948 Ice Pairs Championship at Davos won by Lannoy & Baugniet of BEL
1948 Men's Figure Skating Championship in Davos won by Richard Button USA
1948 Wright Flyer, 1st plane to fly, returns to US from England
1952 Rocky Marciano defeated Lee Savold for his 39th straight win
1953 A's change name of Shibe Park to Connie Mack Stadium
1954 Frank Selvey scores 100 points for Furman beating Newberry 149-95
1955 Israel acquires 4 of 7 Dead Sea scrolls
1955 KRCG TV channel 13 in Jefferson City, MO (CBS) begins broadcasting
1955 Patty Berg wins LPGA St Petersburg Golf Open
1956 KYW-AM in Philadelphia Penn gives calls to WTAM (now WWWE) Cleveland
1957 Southern Christian Leadership Conference organizes in New Orleans
1959 Barbie doll goes on sale
1959 Miro Cardon, premier of Cuba, resigns
1960 "Beg, Borrow or Steal" opens at Martin Beck Theater NYC for 5 perfs
1960 "Saratoga" closes at Winter Garden Theater NYC after 80 performances
1960 France performs 1st nuclear test at Reggane Proving Grounds Algeria
1961 Frank Sinatra launches Reprise label under Warner Bros Records
1961 Soviet Union fires a rocket from Sputnik V to Venus
1965 Peggy Fleming, 16, wins ladies senior figure skating title
1965 US female Figure Skating championship won by Peggy Fleming
1965 US male Figure Skating championship won by Gary Visconti
1966 USSR performs nuclear test at Eastern Kazakh/Semipalitinsk USSR
1968 US sends 10,500 additional soldiers to Vietnam
1969 Mary Hopkin's Postcard album on Apple is released
1969 Suriname govt of Pengel resigns
1970 Man-eating tiger is reported to have killed 48, 80 km from New Delhi
1970 NL offices begins move from Cin to SF (completed Feb 23)
1971 12,000 South Vietnamese troops cross into Laos
1971 Golfing VP Spiro Agnew hits 2 tee shots into crowd, injuring 2
1972 "1776" closes at 46th St Theater NYC after 1,217 performances
1972 "Grease" opens on Broadway
1972 11th Winter Olympic games close at Sapporo, Japan
1973 Musical "El Grande de Coca-Cola," premieres in NYC
1973 US dollar devalues 10%
1974 "Rainbow Jones" opens & closes at Music Box Theater NYC
1974 Dissident Nobel writer Alexander Solzhenitsyn expelled from USSR
1974 James "Cool Papa" Bell is named to baseball's Hall of Fame
1975 Cyprus premier Denktash procliams Turkish-Cypriot Federation
1976 Dorothy Hamill wins Olympic figure-skating gold, Innsbruck, Austria
1976 Peter Casserly of NZ hand-sheers record 353 lambs in 9 holes
1977 "Guys & Dolls" closes at Broadway Theater NYC after 239 performances
1977 "Ipi Tombi" closes at Harkness Theater NYC after 39 performances
1977 "Robber Bridegroom" closes at Biltmore Theater NYC after 145 perfs
1977 Eric Heiden is 1st American to win world speed skating championship
1977 Pam Higgins wins LPGA American Cancer Society Golf Classic
1978 US performs nuclear test at Nevada Test Site
1979 2nd Emmy Sports Award presentation
1979 Washington State's Hood Canal Bridge breaks up in windstorm
1980 Apollo Computer Inc incorporated
1980 NZ beats West Indies by one wicket in cricket at Dunedin
1981 Longest sentence published by NY Times-1286 words
1982 Dark Side of the Moon, is on charts for 402nd week
1982 Islander's Bryan Trottier scores 5 goals against Flyers
1983 "Merlin" opens at Mark Hellinger Theater NYC for 199 performances
1983 33rd NBA All-Star Game: East beats West 132-123 at LA
1983 Australia beats NZ 2-0 to win World Series Cup
1983 Donna White wins LPGA Sarasota Golf Classic
1983 E Bernstein, Levinson & Link's musical "Merlin" premieres in NYC
1983 World Boxing Council becomes 1st to cut boxing from 15 to 12 rounds
1984 6 year old Texan Stormie Jones gets 1st heart & liver transplant
1984 Konstantin Chernenko succeeds Yuri Andropov as USSR leader
1985 Dow Jones closes at 1297.92 (record high) after topping 1300 earlier
1985 Polish police arrests 7 Solidarity leaders
1987 Tigers' Jack Morris awarded $1.85 million salary by arbitrator
1988 15th Winter Olympic games open at Calgary, Canada
1988 Christine Wachtel runs world record 800m indoor (1:56:40)
1988 European Community plans removal of inner boundaries on Jan 1, 1992
1988 Heike Dreschler long jumps world record indoor (7.37m)
1988 Ronald Weigel runs unofficial world record speed walking (18:11.41)
1989 Kidnapped Belgian Premier Vanden Boeynants freed
1989 Salvadoran army attacks Encuentros hospital, rapes, kills patients
1989 Oklahoma football player Charles Thompson is charged with selling cocaine; he is later sentenced to 2 years in prison
1990 50 killed at Inkatha-UDF battle in Natal, South Africa
1990 Larry Bird (Celtics) ends NBA free throw streak of 71 games
1990 US, England, France & England give Germany OK to reunify
1991 Syria tells Germany they are ready to recognize Israel
1991 US bombs Iraqi air raid shelter, killing 334
1992 "Most Happy Fella" opens at Booth Theater NYC for 229 performances
1992 Jose Canseco repeatedly rams his Porsche into wife Esther's BMW
1992 West beats East 14 to 9 in Major Soccer League all star game
1993 Ljubow Kremljowa runs world record 1000m indoor (2:34:84)
1993 Merlene Ottey runs world record 200m indoor (21.87 sec)
1993 Sergei Bubka pole vaults indoor record (6.14 m)
1994 44th NBA All-Star Game: East beats West 127-118 at Minneapolis
1994 Inna Lassovskaya jumps world record 14.9m
1994 Johann Olav Koss skates world record 5000m 6:34,96
1994 Ship disaster near Ranong Thailand, kills 200
1995 Howard Stern radio show premieres in San Diego CA on KIOZ 105.3 FM
1995 West Indies beat NZ by innings & 332, Courtney Walsh 13-55
1996 Howard Stern announces he will be making the film "Private Parts"
1996 Rock musical "Rent," by Jonathan Larson, opens off-Broadway
1997 "Three Sisters," opens at Criterion Theater NYC
1997 Discovery captures Hubble Space Telescope
2000 US female Figure Skating championship
2000 US male Figure Skating championship

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