\u201cBORN TODAY\u201d \tMick Fleetwood (68) \tCandace Patton (27) \tStassi Schroeder (27) \tKaitlin Cullum (28) \tSolange Knowles (29) \tMinka Kelly (35) \tMindy Kaling (36) \tPetra Nemcova (36) \tKelly Wiglesworth (38) \tSherry Stringfield (48) \tHope Sandoval (49) \tIain Glen (54) \tJoe Penny (59) \tBetsy Randle (60) \tPeter Weller (68) \tMichele Lee (73) \tRobert Downey Sr. (79) \tChuck Taylor (RIP) \tRoy O Disney (RIP) \u201cDIED TODAY\u201d \tGrover Cleveland (Born: March 18, 1837 \/ Died: June 24, 1908) \tKenny Washington (Born: August 31, 1918 \/ Died: June 24, 1971) \tJackie Gleason (Born: February 26, 1916 \/ Died: June 24, 1987) (Featured Above) \tChris Benoit (Born: May 21, 1967 \/ Died: June 24, 2007) \u201cMOVIES TODAY\u201d Click on the movie title to watch it\u2019s trailer. \t1965 -\u00a0Cat Ballou \t1969 -\u00a0Chastity \t1977 -\u00a0Herbie Goes to Monte Carlo \t1977 -\u00a0Sorcerer \t1983 -\u00a0Twilight Zone: The Movie \t1983 -\u00a0Porky\u2019s II: The Next Day \t1983 -\u00a0Yellowbeard \t1970 -\u00a0Myra Breckinridge\u00a0 \t1987 -\u00a0Spaceballs\u00a0 \u201cMUSIC TODAY\u201d \t1964 - The Beatles played the first of two nights at Auckland Town Hall, New Zealand \t1965 - The Hollies were at No.1 on the UK Singles Chart with 'I'm Alive' https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?vleU5AvubeUg \t1966 - The Rolling Stones began their fifth North American Tour \t1967 - The Monkees went to No.1 on the US Album Chart with 'Headquarters \t1969 - The Top 5 singles this week: No.5, 'Living in the Past', Jethro Tull, No.4, 'Time is Tight', Booker T and the MG's, No.3, 'Dizzy', Tommy Roe, No. 2, Oh Happy Day, Edwin Hawkins Singers, and at No.1, 'The Ballad of\u00a0John and Yoko' by The Beatles \t1974 - Lynard Skynard's 'Sweet Home Alabama' was released https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?vye5BuYf8q4o \t1977 - The Jacksons were at No.1 on the UK singles chart\u00a0with "Show You the Way to Go' https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?vYSbKWEyASkE \t1978 - Genesis, Jefferson Starship, Jeff Beck, Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, Devo, Brand X and the Atlanta Rhythm Section all appeared at Knebworth Park, England \t1989 - Paul McCartney scored his seventh UK No.1 solo album with 'Flowers in the Dirt' \t1989 - Soul To Soul started a four-week run at No.1 on the UK singles chart with 'Back to Life' \t1990 - Perry Bamonte replaced Roger O'Donnell in The Cure \t1991 - Frank Zappa took part at the concert "Adieu Soviet Army' \u201cTV\/RADIO TODAY\u201d \t1940 - TV cameras were used for the first time in a political convention as the Republicans convened in Philadelphia,\u00a0PA. \t1969 - Led Zeppelin recorded 'Whole Lotta Love', 'What is and What Should Never Be', 'Traveling Riverside Blues' and 'Communication Breakdown' for BBC Radio 1 at Maida Vale Studios, London https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?vPe2hk3_PQro \u201cOTHER IMPORTANT EVENTS\u2026\u201d \t1896 - Booker T. Washington became the first African American to receive an honorary MA degree from Howard University. wikipedia.org \t1922 - The American Professional Football Association took the name of The National Football League. \t1931 - The Soviet Union and Afghanistan signed a treaty of neutrality. \t1940 - France signed an armistice with Italy. \t1941 -\u00a0U.S. President Franklin Roosevelt\u00a0pledged all possible support to the Soviet Union. \t1947 - Kenneth Arnold reported seeing flying saucers over Mt. Rainier,\u00a0Washington. \t1948 - The Soviet Union began the Berlin Blockade. \t1953 - John F. Kennedy and Jacqueline Bouvier announced their engagement. mashable.com \t1955 - Soviet MIG's down a U.S. Navy patrol plane over the Bering Strait. \t1962 - The New York Yankees beat the Detroit Tigers, 9-7, after 22 innings. \t1964 - The Federal Trade Commission announced that starting in 1965, cigarette manufactures would be required to include warnings on their packaging about the harmful effects of smoking. \t1965 - John Lennon's second book of poetry and drawings, 'A Spaniard in the Works', was published wikipedia.org \t1968 - "Resurrection City," a shantytown constructed as part of the Poor People's March on Washington D.C., was closed down by authorities. \t1970 - The U.S. Senate voted overwhelmingly to repeal the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution. \t1971 - The National Basketball Association modified its four-year eligibility rule to allow for collegiate hardship cases. \t1982 - The U.S. Supreme Court ruled 5-4 that no president could be sued for damages connected with actions taken while serving as President of the United States. \t1985 - Natalia Solzhenitsyn the wife of exiled, Soviet author Alexander Solzhenitsyn, became a U.S. citizen. johntrott.com \t1986 - The Empire State Building was designated a National Historic Landmark. \t1997 -\u00a0The U.S. Air Force released a report titled "The Roswell Report, Case Closed" that dismissed the claims that an alien spacecraft had crashed in Roswell, NM, in 1947. \t1998 - AT&T Corp. struck a deal to buy cable TV giant Tele-Communications Inc. for $31.7 billion. \t1998 - Walt Disney World Resort admitted its 600-millionth guest.