\u201cBorn Today\u201d \tPixie Lott (26) \tNaya Rivera (30) \tDeena Nicole Cortese (30) \tShawn Desman (35) \tAmerie (37) \tJeremy Camp (39) \tMelanie \u201cSporty Spice\u201d C (43) \tRaekwon (47) \tRachael Harris (49) \tHeather Mills (49) \tRob Zombie (52) \tJohn Bezos (53) \tSimon Russell Beale (56) \tOliver Platt (57) \tChristiane Amanpour (59) \tJohn Lasseter (60) \tHoward Stern (63) \tKirstie Alley (66) \tRush Limbaugh (66) \tWayne Wang (68) \tTexas Guinan (RIP) \tJoe Frazier (RIP) \tTim Horton (RIP) \u201cDied Today\u201d \tAgatha Christie (Born: September 15, 1890 \/ Died: January 12, 1976) \tMaurice Gibbs (Born: December 22, 1949 \/ Died: January 12, 2003) "Movies" \t1968 - Nobody\u2019s Perfect \t1990 - Downtown \t1990 - Internal Affairs \t1990 - Leatherface: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre III \t1990 - Ski Patrol \t1996 - Don\u2019t Be a Menace \t1996 - Eye for an Eye \t1996 - Dunston Checks In \t1996 - Bio-Dome \t1996 - Lawnmower Man 2: Beyond Cyberspace \t1996 - Two If by Sea \u201cMusic\u201d \t1963 - \u201cGo Away Little Girl\u201d by Steve Lawrence was the #1 song \t1968 - Manfred Mann released the song \u201cMighty Quinn\u201d \t1969 - Led Zeppelin released their debut self-titled album \t1970 - Badfinger released the single \u201cCome and Get It\u201d https:\/\/youtu.be\/KWbTZuEWjnc \t1974 - \u201cThe Joker\u201d by The Steve Miller Band was the #1 song \t1980 - Rupert Holmes had the #1 song with the single \u201cEscape (The Pina Colada Song)\u201d \t1980 - \u201cSend One Your Love\u201d by Stevie Wonder was #1 on the Adult Contemporary chart \t1985 - Prince and the Revolution had the #1 album with Purple Rain \t1985 - \u201cLike A Virgin\u201d remained the #song https:\/\/youtu.be\/zHW5RVvg2v4 \t1989 - The duo Roxette released their single \u201cThe Look\u201d \u201cTV\/Radio\u201d \t1926 - Sam \u2018n\u2019 Henry premiered on the Chicago radio station WGN \t1949 - "Arthur Godfrey and His Friends" was debuted on CBS-TV. The show stayed on the network for seven years. \t1949 - "Kukla, Fran and Ollie", the Chicago-based children\u2019s show, made its national debut on NBC-TV. \t1955 - Rod Serling\u2019s career began with the TV production of "Patterns." \t1966 - "Batman" debuted on ABC-TV. https:\/\/youtu.be\/1jgE-lrfZ3k \t1967 - "Dragnet" returned to NBC-TV after being off the network schedule for eight years. \t1971 - "All In the Family" debuted on CBS-TV. \u201cOther Important Events...\u201d \t1773 - The first public museum in America was established in Charleston, SC. \t1896 - At Davidson College, several students took x-ray photographs. They created the first X-ray photographs to be made in America. \t1904 - Henry Ford set a new land speed record when he reached 91.37 miles per hour. \t1908 - A wireless message was sent long-distance for the first time from the Eiffel Tower in Paris. \t1915 - The U.S. Congress established the Rocky Mountain National Park. \t1948 - The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that states could not discriminate against law-school applicants because of race. \t1966 - U.S. President Johnson said in his State of the Union address that the United States should stay in South Vietnam until Communist aggression there was ended. \t1986 - Space shuttle Columbia blasted off with a crew that included the first Hispanic-American in space, Dr. Franklin R. Chang-Diaz. \t1998 - Linda Tripp provided Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr's office with taped conversations between herself and former White House intern Monica Lewinsky. \t1999 - Mark McGwire's 70th home run ball was sold at auction in New York for $3 million to an anonymous bidder. \t2005 - NASA launched "Deep Impact". The spacecraft was planned to impact on Comet Tempel 1 after a six-month, 268 million-mile journey.