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Wednesday, September 5, 2018.



Birthdays


1187 Louis VIII, [Coeur-de-Lion] king of France (1223-26)
1319 Pedro IV, king of Aragon
1568 Giovan D "Tommaso" Campanella, Ital philosopher/poet (Citt… del sole)
1600 Loreto Vittori, composer
1638 Louis XIV, Sun King, king of France (1643-1715) [OS]
1644 Gillis Schey, Dutch admiral (battle at Lowestoft)
1666 Gottfried Arnold, German theologist/historian/songwriter
1667 G. Saccheri --1733
1667 G. Saccheri --1733
1667 G. Saccheri --1733
1667 G. Saccheri --1733
1667 G. Saccheri --1733
1688 Lukas Fencer, Dutch poet (Fight of Kings & Mice)
1694 Frantisek Antonin Mica, composer
1734 Jean-Benjamin de La Borde, composer
1735 Johann Christian Bach, composer, son of J.S. Bach (English Bach)
1735 Johann Christian Bach, composer, son of JS Bach (English Bach)
1735 Johann Christian Bach, composer, son of J.S. Bach (English Bach)
1737 Johann Friedrich Gottlieb Beckmann, composer
1750 Robert Fergusson, Scottish poet (Scots poems)
1767 August Wilhelm Schlegel, German poet/translator/critic
1771 Charles L J, archduke of Austria/Gov (Austria Netherland)
1791 Giacomo Meyerbeer, Vogelsdorf Germany, composer (Golt Und Die Natur)
1792 Alexis-Charles-Maximilien Thibault, composer
1815 Carl Wilhelm, composer
1815 Tyree Harris Bell, Brig General (Confederate Army), died in 1902
1817 Aleksei K Tolstoi, [Kozjma Prutkov], Russian poet/writer [NS]
1842 Louis F J Bouwmeester, Dutch actor (Shakespeare)
1846 John W Cromwell, Secy (American Negro Academy)
1847 Jesse James
1847 Jesse James
1847 Jesse James
1847 Jesse James
1847 Jesse James
1847 Jesse James, Missouri, bank/train robber, son of a clergyman
1848 Manuel Giro, composer
1852 Gustav Enestr”m, Swedish mathematician
1856 Jacobus C J Hermans, actor (7th Command)
1867 Amy Marcy Cheney Beach, composer
1875 Napoleon "Larry" Lajoie, RI, hall of fame shortstop (.426 in 1901)
1877 O W Albert Roelofs, Dutch painter/etcher
1881 Otto Bauer, Austrian social-democrat
1883 Otto E Deutsch, Austrian musicologist (Schubert-Brevier)
1885 John Raedecker, Dutch sculptor (National monument on the Dam)
1888 Sarvepalli Radhakrishan, president (India)/philosopher
1890 Albert H Edelkoort, theologist (Zondebesef)
1892 Joseph Szigeti, Budapest Hungary, violinist (Violinist Notebook 1933)
1897 Doris Kenyon, Syracuse NY, silent screen actress (Alexander Hamilton)
1897 Luella Gear, NYC, actress (Joe & Mabel)
1897 Morris Carnovsky, St Louis MO, actor (Dead Reckoning)
1898 Ebbe Hamerik, composer
1901 Florence Elridge, Bkln NY, actress (Long Days Journey into the Night)
1901 Mieczyslaw Kolinski, composer
1902 Darryl F. Zanuck, Hollywood producer & motion picture executive
1902 Darryl F Zanuck, film magnate/president (20th Century Fox)
1902 Darryl F. Zanuck, Hollywood producer & motion picture executive
1905 Arthur Koestler, Hungary, British writer (Arrow in Blue)
1906 Peter Mieg, composer
1906 Semjon I Kirsanov, Ukrainian poet (Semj Dnej Nedeli) [NS=Sept 18]
1907 Henri Storck, Flemish poet (Cƒntico do Lomem, Olympics Bichos)
1907 Sunnyland Albert Luandrew Slim, blues pianist
1908 Joaquin Maria Nin-Culmell, Berlin Germany, Cuban/Spanish composer
1912 John Cage
1912 John Cage
1912 John Cage
1912 John Cage
1912 John Cage
1912 John Cage, LA Calif, composer (Imaginary Landscape No 1/O'O)
1913 Connie Stuart, [Cornelia van Meygard], Dutch cabaret performer
1914 Gail Kubik, South Coffeyville, Okla, composer (Gerald McBoing Boing)
1914 Nicanor Parra, Chilean poet (Defense of Violeta Parra)
1917 Jack Buetel, Dallas Tx, actress (Outlaw, Half Breed)
1920 Fons Rademakers, director (Assault)/actor (Daughter of Darkness)
1920 Margaretha D Ferguson-Wigerink, Dutch author (Anna & her Father)
1920 Peter Racine Fricker, British composer
1921 Jack Valenti, Pres (Motion Picture Assn of America)
1923 Arthur C. Nielsen, market researcher (or 1897)
1923 Arthur C Nielsen, market researcher (TV's Nielsen's Ratings)
1923 Arthur C. Nielsen, market researcher (or 1897)
1924 Krystyna Moszumanska-Nazar, composer
1925 Jos Vandeloo, Flemish journalist/playwright (Cola Drinkers)
1925 Justin Kaplan, US
1927 Paul Volcker, Federal Reserve chairman
1929 Bob Newhart
1929 Bob Newhart
1929 Bob Newhart
1929 Bob Newhart
1929 Andrian G. Nikolayev, Soviet cosmonaut (Vostok 3, Soyuz 9)
1929 Bob Newhart, comedian, actor
1929 Bob Newhart
1929 Andrian Grigoryevich Nikolayev, USSR, cosmonaut (Vostok III, Soyuz 9)
1929 Bob Newhart, Oak Park Ill, comedian (Bob Newhart Show, Newhart)
1929 Andrian G. Nikolayev, Soviet cosmonaut (Vostok 3, Soyuz 9)
1929 Bob Newhart, comedian, actor
1933 Vincent McDermott, composer
1934 Carol Lawrence
1934 Carol Lawrence
1934 Carol Lawrence
1934 Carol Lawrence
1934 Carol Lawrence
1934 Carol Lawrence, Illinois, dancer/actress (West Side Story)
1935 Helen Gifford, composer
1935 Mikhail Ivanovich Lisun, Russia, cosmonaut
1935 Werner Erhard, Phila, founded EST
1936 Alcee Hastings, (Rep-D-Florida)
1936 Bill Mazeroski, MLB 2nd baseman (won 1960 World Series for Pitts)
1936 Cornelius Boyson, bassist
1936 John C Danforth, (Sen-R-Missouri, 1977- )
1937 William Devane, Albany NY, actor (Family Plot, Missles of October)
1939 George Lazenby, Goulburn Australia, actor (OHMSS-James Bond)
1939 John Stewart, San Diego Ca, rocker (Kingston Trio-Fire in the Wind)
1940 Raquel Welch
1940 Raquel Welch
1940 Raquel Welch
1940 Raquel Welch
1940 Raquel Welch in Chicago Ill (Myra Breckenridge, 100 Rifles)
1940 Raquel Welch
1940 Lewis Spratlan, composer
1940 Raquel Welch, Chic Ill, (Myra Breckenridge, 1,000,000 BC, 100 Rifles)
1940 Raquel Welch in Chicago Ill (Myra Breckenridge, 100 Rifles)
1942 Eduardo Mata, Mexico City Mexico, conductor (Improvisaciones)
1942 Werner Herzog, director (Burden of Dreams, Stroszek, Woyzeck)
1943 Joe "Speedo" Frazier, rocker (Impalas)
1943 Steve Miller, Milwaukee, rocker
1944 Dario Bellezza, poet
1944 Rod Arrants, LA CA, actor (Vamping, Ape, Young & Restless)
1945 Al Stewart, Glasgow Scotland, rocker (Year of the Cat)
1946 Freddie Mercury
1946 Freddie Mercury
1946 Freddie Mercury
1946 Freddie Mercury
1946 Freddie Mercury
1946 Buddy Miles, rocker
1946 Dennis Dugan, Wheaton IL, actor/director (Can't Buy Me Love, Howling)
1946 Freddie Mercury, [Bulsara], British vocalist (Queen-We are Champions)
1946 Loudon Wainwright III, vocalist (April Fool's Day Morn)
1949 David "Clem" Clempson, rocker (Humble Pie)
1950 Cathy Guisewaite
1950 Cathy Guisewaite
1950 Cathy Guisewaite
1950 Cathy Guisewaite
1950 Cathy Guisewaite
1950 Cathy Guisewite, US cartoonist (Cathy)
1950 Kathy Cronkite, actress (Annie-Hizzonner)
1952 Graham Salmon, blind runner (fastest 100m by a blind man)
1953 Paulie Carmen, Champaign Ill, rock vocalist
1954 Hans-Jrgen Gerhardt, German DR, bobsled (Olympic-gold-1980)
1955 Bruno Zarrillo, hockey forward (Team Italy 1998)
1956 Sandra Guiboard, US AFB German FR, actress (Donna-One Life to Live)
1956 Steve Denton, tennis player (world's fastest tennis serve-138 mph)
1959 Tom Pernice Jr, KC MO, Nike golfer (1989 Centel Classic-4th)
1960 Rob Stull, Damascus Md, US pentathlete (Olympic-92)
1960 Willie Gault, bob sledder/NFL receiver (Chicago Bears, LA Raiders)
1962 Beth Underhill, Guelph Ontario, equestrian jumper (Olympics-26-92, 96)
1963 Brandon Krovoza, Newport Beach Calif, canoe (alt-Olympics-96)
1963 Dave Brantley, Florence Alabama, pitcher (Cin Reds)
1963 John Elliot, Bristol CT, Nike golfer (1994 NIKE Miss Gulf Coast)
1963 Tim McKyer, NFL defensive back (Denver Broncos-Super Bowl 32)
1964 Kristian Alfonso, Brockton MA, actress (Days of Lives, Falcon Crest)
1965 Barbara Lufthansa Herzog, born during Lufthansa Frankfurt-NY flight
1965 Christopher Nolan, Ireland, handicapped writer (Under Eye of Clock)
1965 Tony Martin, NFL wide receiver (SD Chargers)
1966 Simone Jacobs, England, 4X100m relayer (Olympic-bronze-1984)
1967 Michele Ebadi, Omaha Nebraska, Miss Nebraska-America (1991)
1967 Rein van Duynhoven, soccer player (Helmond Sport, MVV)
1968 Dennis Scott, NBA forward (Dallas Mavericks)
1968 Yuki Ishikawa, wrestler (NJPW)
1969 Dweezil Zappa
1969 Dweezil Zappa
1969 Dweezil Zappa
1969 Dweezil Zappa
1969 Dweezil Zappa
1969 Dweezil Zappa, Hollywood CA, rock guitarist/son of Frank/VJ (MTV)
1969 Maurice Miller, CFL linebacker (Edmonton Eskimos)
1970 Brad Hopkins, NFL tackle (Houston Oilers)
1970 Lori Harrigan, Anaheim Calif, softball pitcher (Olympics-gold-96)
1970 Michael Potts, Langdale AL, pitcher (Milwaukee Brewers)
1970 Willie Clay, NFL safety (Detroit Lions)
1971 Carlester Crumpler, NFL tight end (Seattle Seahawks)
1971 Kim Maher, Saigon Vietnam, US softball infielder (Olympics-gold-96)
1972 Cari Shayne, Penn, actress (Karen Cates-General Hospital)
1972 Dirk Copeland, LA Calif, pursuit cyclist (Olympics-92, 96)
1972 Jimmy Haynes, La Grange GA, pitcher (Baltimore Orioles)
1972 Tom Carter, NFL cornerback (Washington Redskins)
1973 Jenny Whittle, Australian basketball center (Olympics-bronze-96)
1973 Tina Yothers, actress (Family Ties)
1990 Jeremy Snider, US actor (Eric Jr-Bold & Beautiful)

Events


1198 Philips van Zwaben Hohenstaufen crowned king of Roman Catholic Germany
1519 2nd Battle of Tehuacingo, Mexico: Hernan Cortes vs Tlascala Aztecs
1550 William Cecil appoints himself English minister of foreign affairs
1596 Dutch fleet commander Cornelis de Houtman taken hostage in Java
1622 Richelieu becomes cardinal
1634 -6] Battle at N”rdlingen: King Ferdinand III & Spain beat Sweden & German protestants
1644 Prince Frederik Henry conquerors Sas of Gent
1661 French superintendant of Finance Nicolas Fouquet arrested
1698 Russia's Peter the Great imposes a tax on beards
1725 French King Louis XV marries Polish princess Mary Lesczynski
1750 Decree issued in Paderborn Prussia allows for annual search of all Jewish homes for stolen or "doubtful" goods
1774 First Continental Congress assembles, in Philadelphia
1774 First Continental Congress assembles, in Philadelphia
1774 1st Continental Congress assembles, in Philadelphia
1781 Battle of Virginia Capes, where the French Fleet defeats the British rescue fleet, trapping Cornwallis at Yorktown.
1781 Battle of Virginia Capes, where the French Fleet defeats the British rescue fleet, trapping Cornwallis at Yorktown.
1781 Battle of Virginia Capes, French defeat British, traps Cornwallis
1786 Montplaisir Ceramic factory opens in Schaarbeek Belgium
1793 In the French Revolution, the "Reign of Terror" begins
1795 US-Algiers sign peace treaty
1796 General Salicetti orders equal rights for Jews of Bologna Italy
1798 New conscription law goes into effect in France
1800 Malta surrenders to British after they blockade French troops
1814 -15] Battle at Masurische Meren: Germans chase Russ out of E Prussia
1836 Sam Houston elected president of Republic of Texas
1838 Central Museum opens in Utrecht Netherlands
1844 Iron ore discovered in Minnesota's Mesabi Mountains
1862 Lee crosses Potomac & enters Maryland
1863 Bread revolt in Mobile Alabama
1864 British, French & Dutch fleets attacked Japan in Shimonoseki Straits
1877 Southern blacks led by Pap Singleton settle in Kansas
1882 10,000 workers march in 1st Labor Day parade in NYC
1885 1st gasoline pump is delivered to a gasoline dealer.
1885 1st gasoline pump is delivered to a gasoline dealer.
1885 1st gasoline pump is delivered to a gasoline dealer (Ft Wayne, Ind)
1887 Gas lamp at Theater Royal in Exeter catches fire killing about 200
1895 George Washington Murray elected to Congress from SC
1900 France proclaims a protectorate over Chad
1901 National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues forms
1905 Lillian Mortimer's "No Mother to Guide," premieres in Detroit
1905 Treaty of Portsmouth USA, ends Russo-Japanese War
1906 1st legal forward pass (Brandbury Robinson to Jack Schneider)
1908 Dodger Nap Rucker no-hits Boston Braves, 6-0
1910 Jack Coombs begins a record streak of 53 shutout innings
1913 Phillies & Braves tie record of only 1 run in a double header, Phillies win 1st game 1-0, then a scoreless tie into 10th
1914 Battle of Marne (WW I) begins: Germans chase out Russians
1914 French headquarters move to Chatillon-sur-Seine
1914 Gr Britain/France/Belgium/Russia sign pact of London
1914 Proclamation prohibits Canadian mint from issuing gold coins
1915 35th US Mens Tennis: William Johnston beats McLoughlin (16 60 75 108)
1915 Anti-war conference in Zimmerwald, Switzerland
1916 36th US Mens Tennis: R N Williams III beats Johnston (46 64 06 62 64)
1918 Due to WW I, 15th World Series begins a month early
1920 Iron monument unveiled at Stone churches, Flanders
1921 Walter Johnson sets strikeout mark at 2,287
1922 17th Davis Cup: USA beats Australasia in New York (4-1)
1922 Yankees final game at Polo Grounds (played there 7 years)
1923 Flyweights Gene LaRue & Kid Pancho KO each other simultaneously
1925 112 F (44øC), Centerville, Alabama (state record)
1925 29th US Golf Amateur Championship won by Bobby Jones
1927 Red Sox beat Yankees 12-11 in 18 innings
1929 French premier A Briand requests a US of Europe
1936 Red Sox turn a triple-play on Yankees
1939 34th Davis Cup: Australia beats USA in Haverford (3-2)
1939 FDR declares US neutrality at start of WW II in Europe
1939 US declare itself neutral
1942 Battle at Alam Halfa ends
1942 British & US bomb Le Havre & Bremen
1943 57th US Womens Tennis: Pauline Betz beats A Louise Brough (63 57 63)
1943 US airland at Nadzab, New-Guinea
1944 "Mad Tuesday" 65,000 Dutch nazi collaborators flee to Germany
1944 5 resistance fighter executed in Terneuzen
1944 Allies liberate Brussels
1944 Belgium, Luxembourg & Netherlands sign unity treaty
1944 British premier Churchill travels to Scotland
1944 Dutch Armed Forces forms, under prince Bernhard
1946 "Yours Is My Heart" opens at Shubert Theater NYC for 36 performances
1946 Joe Garagiola plays his 1st major league baseball game
1949 63rd US Womens Tennis: M Osborne duPont beats Doris Hart (64 61)
1949 69th US Mens Tennis: Pancho Gonzales beat Schroeder (1618 26 61 62 64)
1950 64th US Womens Tennis: Margaret Osborne duPont beats D Hart (63 63)
1950 70th US Mens Tennis: Art Larsen beats Herbert Flam (63 46 57 64 63)
1950 98.3 cm rainfall at Yankeetown, Florida (state record)
1951 65th US Womens Tennis: Mo Connolly beats Shirley J Fry (63 16 64)
1951 71st US Mens Tennis: Frank A Sedgman beats Elias Seixas Jr (64 61 61)
1952 General Carlos Iba¤ez elected president of Chile
1953 First privately operated atomic reactor - Raleigh NC
1953 First privately operated atomic reactor - Raleigh NC
1953 1st privately operated atomic reactor-Raleigh NC
1953 US give Persian premier Zahedi $45 million aid
1954 Dutch Super Constellation crashes at Shannon, 28 die
1955 Fred Kaps becomes world champion magician
1955 Phillies Don Newcombe hits NL pitcher record 7th HR of season
1955 WKRG TV channel 5 in Mobile, AL (CBS) begins broadcasting
1955 WTTW TV channel 11 in Chicago, IL (PBS) begins broadcasting
1956 20 die in a train crash in Springer NM
1957 Cuban dictator Batista bombs Cienfuegos uprising
1957 Yugoslavia bans Milovan Djilas' book "new class marine officers"
1958 First color video recording on mag. tape shown, Charlotte NC
1958 First color video recording on mag. tape shown, Charlotte NC
1958 "Doctor Zhivago" by Boris Pasternak published in US
1958 1st color video recording on magnetic tape presented, Charlotte NC
1958 WKPC TV channel 15 in Louisville, KY (PBS) begins broadcasting
1959 Wash Senator Jim Lemon is 7th to get 6 RBIs in an inning (3rd)
1960 Cassius Clay captures Olympic light heavyweight gold medal
1960 President Kasavubu fires premier Lumumba of Congo
1960 Wilma Rudolph wins her 2nd gold medal
1961 JFK begins underground nuclear testing
1961 President Kennedy signs law against hijacking (death penalty)
1961 USSR performs nuclear test at Eastern Kazakh/Semipalitinsk USSR
1962 Atletico Madrid wins 2nd Europe Cup II
1962 Cubs Ken Hubbs sets 2nd base record for consecutive errorless games at 78 & consecutive errorless chances (418), he errors in the 4th
1966 Jerry Lewis' 1st Muscular Dystrophy telethon raises $15,000
1966 WRLK TV channel 35 in Columbia, SC (PBS) begins broadcasting
1967 -23] Hurricane Beuleah, kills 54 in Caribbean, Mexico & Texas
1967 KMEG TV channel 14 in Sioux City, IA (CBS) begins broadcasting
1967 WEBA TV channel 14 in Allendale, SC (PBS) begins broadcasting
1968 21 killed by hijackers aboard a Pan Am jet in Karachi Pakistan
1968 82nd US Womens Tennis: Virginia Wade beats Billie Jean King (64 64)
1968 88th US Mens Tennis: Arthur Ashe beats Tom Okker (1412 57 63 36 63)
1968 USSR performs nuclear test at Eastern Kazakh/Semipalitinsk USSR
1969 Frente Obrero wins Dutch Antilles national elections
1970 Estimated 15 cm (6") of rainfall, Bug Point, Utah (state record)
1971 Astros pitcher J R Richard debut, strikes out 15 Giants in a 5-3 win
1971 NY Mets Don Hahn hits 1st inside the park homer at Phillies Vet
1972 11 Israeli athletes are slain at Munich Olympics by Black Sept
1972 Chemical spill with fog sickens hundreds in Meuse Valley Belgium
1972 Jerry Lewis' 7th Muscular Dystrophy telethon, John & Yoko appear
1972 Palestinian terrorists kill 11 Israelis at 1972 Munich Olympics
1973 "Desert Song" opens at Uris Theater NYC for 15 performances
1973 1st one-day Cricket international for WI (v Eng) - lose by 1 wicket
1975 Czech tennis ace Martina Navratilova asks for political asylum in NYC
1975 Lynette "Squeaky" Fromme attempts to assassinate Ford in Sacramento
1975 Portugal premier Gon‡alvez resigns
1975 Wings release "Letting Go"
1976 "Rex" closes at Lunt-Fontaine Theater NYC after 48 performances
1976 "Very Good Eddie" closes at Booth Theater NYC after 307 performances
1976 Sandra Palmer wins LPGA Jerry Lewis Muscular Dystrophy Golf Classic
1977 Voyager 1 launched, first to explore outer solar system.
1977 Voyager 1 launched, first to explore outer solar system.
1977 Voyager 1 launched, first to explore outer solar system.
1977 Voyager 1 launched, first to explore outer solar system.
1977 Voyager II launched towards Jupiter and Saturn.
1977 Voyager 1 launched, first to explore outer solar system.
1977 Voyager II launched towards Jupiter and Saturn.
1977 Cleveland Indians stage 1st "I hate the Yankee Hanky Night"
1977 Jerry Lewis' 12th Muscular Dystrophy telethon
1977 RAF kidnap West German work chairman Schleyer
1977 Voyager 1 (US) launched toward fly-by of Jupiter, Saturn
1978 Sadat, Begin and Carter began peace conference at Camp David, Md.
1978 Sadat, Begin and Carter began peace conference at Camp David, Md.
1978 Sadat, Begin & Carter began peace conference at Camp David, Md
1979 A's Matt Keough A's beats Brewers 6-1 for 1st win after 14 straight losses, ended 1978 with 4 loses (1 shy of the record 19)
1979 Canada puts its 1st gold bullion coin on sale
1979 Earl of Mountbatten funeral held in Burma
1979 Iran army occupies Piranshahr
1979 Roscoe Tanner fires 11 aces, breaks the net with his bullet serve & upsets top-seeded Bjorn Borg in US Tennis Open quarterfinals
1980 World's longest auto tunnel, St. Gotthard in Swiss Alps, opens.
1980 World's longest auto tunnel, St. Gotthard in Swiss Alps, opens.
1980 Poland party leader Edward Gierek resigns
1980 World's longest auto tunnel, St Gotthard in Swiss Alps, opens
1982 82nd US Golf Amateur Championship won by Jay Sigel
1982 Eddie Hill sets propeller-driven boat water speed record of 229 mph
1983 8th Space Shuttle Mission-Challenger 3-lands at Edwards AFB
1983 Elmer Trettr sets record for highest terminal velocity at 201.34 mph
1983 Jerry Lewis' 18th Muscular Dystrophy telethon raises $30,691,627
1983 Lauri Peterson wins LPGA Rail Charity Golf Classic
1984 12th Space Shuttle Mission (41-D) -Discovery 1- lands at Edwards AFB
1986 3rd MTV Awards: Whitney Houston wins
1986 Karachi Pakistan army storms hijacked US B-747, 19 killed
1986 MTV Music Awards - Dire Straits "Money For Nothing" wins
1986 NASA awards study contracts to 5 aerospace firms
1986 NASA launches DOD-1
1987 Carlton Fisk clubs his 300th career HR off Danny Jackson
1987 John McEnroe is fined $17,500 for tirades at US Tennis Open
1988 Betsy King wins LPGA Rail Charity Golf Classic
1988 Jerry Lewis' 23rd Muscular Dystrophy telethon raises $41,132,113
1988 CFL's Earl Winfield (Ham) scores TDs on 101-yd punt return, 100-yd kickoff return & 58-yd pass reception
1989 Chris Evert last US Open match, she is defeated by Zina Garrison
1989 Deborah Norville becomes news anchor of Today Show
1990 Iraqi Pres Saddam Hussein urges Arabs to rise against the West
1990 Pete Sampras ends Ivan Lendl's bid for 9th straight US Open final
1991 Twin Peaks begins filmimg
1991 Twin Peaks begins filmimg
1991 Twin Peaks begins filmimg
1991 Twin Peaks begins filmimg
1991 Twin Peaks begins filmimg
1991 8th MTV Awards: REM
1991 Actor John Travolta weds Kelly Preston
1991 Nelson Mandela chosen president of South African ANC
1991 US trial of former Panamanian leader Manuel Noriega begins
1992 Andrew "Dice" Clay marries his longtime live-in lover Trinie
1992 Dan O'Brien sets world record decathlon (8891 pts)
1993 "Fool Moon" closes at Richard Rodgers Theater NYC after 207 perfs
1993 "Jelly's Last Jam" closes at Virginia Theater NYC after 569 perfs
1993 "Will Rogers Follies" closes at Palace Theater NYC after 983 perfs
1993 F Murray Abraham released from hospital after car accident
1993 Largest US Tennis Open 2 sessions (total) daily gate (43,502)
1993 Noureddine Morceli runs world record mile (3:44,39)
1993 Robocop Richard Eden (36) weds actress Shannon Hile (30)
1994 Barb Mucha wins LPGA State Farm Rail Golf Classic
1994 Jerry Lewis' 29th Muscular Dystrophy telethon raises $47,100,000
1994 Jingyi Le swims world record 100m women's freestyle (54.01 sec)
1994 Kirgizi‰ govt resigns
1994 SF 49'er Jerry Rice catches NFL record 127th touchdown pass
1995 Cal Ripken Jr ties Gehrig's record of playing in 2,130 straight games
1996 "Summer & Smoke" opens at Criterion Theater NYC
1996 MTV Video Music Awards
1997 Athen's Greece selected for 2004 Olympics
1997 Larry King weds Shawn Southwick
1997 Orioles beat Yankes 13-9 in longest 9 inning game
1998 Women's championship at US Tennis Open
1999 Men's championship at US Tennis Open

That's All....

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