“Born Today” \tMiley Cyrus (23) \tSnooki (28) \tLucas Grabeel (31) \tKelly Brook (36) \tAllison Mosshart (37) \tPage Kennedy (39) \tChris Adler (43) \tChris Hardwick (44) \tZoë Ball (45) \tOded Fehr (45) \tSalli Richardson-Whitfield (48) \tVincent Cassel (49) \tRobin Roberts (55) \tMaxwell Caulfield (56) \tBruce Hornsby (62) Featured Above \tRick Bayless (62) \tBruce Vilanch (67) \tJoe Eszterhas (71) \tRobert Towne (81) \tBoris Karloff (RIP) “Died Today” \tRoald Dahl (Born: September 13, 1916 / Died: November 23, 1990) \tRoy Acuff (Born: September 15, 1903 / Died: November 23, 1992) \tLarry Hagman (Born: September 21, 1931 / Died: November 23, 2012) “Movies” \t1988 - Buster \t1988 - Cocoon: The Return \t1988 - Hanna's War \t1988 - Scrooged “Music” \t1963 - Dale & Grace topped the charts with “I’m Leaving It Up to You” https://youtu.be/D5L5i7ARdAY \t1964 - The Beatles released their single “I Feel Fine” \t1968 - Mary Hopkins topped the Adult Contemporary chart with her single “Those Were the Days” \t1968 - The Beatles reigned for a ninth week with their single “Hey Jude” \t1970 - George Harrison’s first solo single “My Sweet Lord” was released in the US https://youtu.be/HI8XY5BX_CE \t1974 - Billy Swan was #1 with the single “I Can Help” \t1974 - It’s Only Rock ‘N Roll by Rolling Stones was the #1 album \t1991 - Michael Bolton was #1 with “When A Man Loves A Woman” https://youtu.be/MUuNDb-nm5M \t1996 - “No Diggity” by Blackstreet remained the #1 song “TV/Radio” \t1975 - "Dr. Zhivago" appeared on TV for the first time. NBC paid $4 million for the broadcast rights. \t1998 - CBS's "60 Minutes" aired a tape of Jack Kevorkian giving lethal drugs in an assisted suicide of a terminally ill patient. Kevorkian was later sentenced to 25 years in prison for second-degree murder. https://youtu.be/ozwoYhxdbTQ “Other Important Events” \t1963 - U.S. President Kennedy was assassinated while riding in a motorcade in Dallas, TX. Texas Governor John B. Connally was also seriously wounded. Vice-President Lyndon B. Johnson was inaugurated as the 36th U.S. President. \t1984 - Fred Rogers of PBS' "Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood" presented a sweater to the Smithsonian Institution. neighborhoodarchive.com \t1985 - 38,648 immigrants became citizens of the United States. It was the largest swearing-in ceremony. \t1986 - Mike Tyson became the youngest to wear the world heavyweight-boxing crown. He was only 20 years and 4 months old.