“Born Today” \tDamon Wayans, Jr. (34) \tNasim Pedrad (35) \tNate Parker (37) \tFabolous (39) \tChloe Sevigny (42) \tMike Epps (46) \tPeta Wilson (46) \tMegyn Kelly (46) \tDuncan Sheik (47) \tDaphne Rubin-Vega (47) \tRomany Malco (48) \tOwen Wilson (48) \tKirk Hammett (54) \tElizabeth Perkins (56) \tOscar Nunez (58) \tKevin Nealon (63) \tDelroy Lindo (64) \tAndrea Marcovicci (68) \tLinda Evans (74) \tSusan Sullivan (74) \tBrenda Vaccaro (77) \tMickey Mouse (88) Featured Above \tPedro Infante (RIP) “Died Today” \tDonald Dillaway (Born: March 17, 1903 / Died: November 18, 1982) \tDoug Sahm (Born: November 6, 1941 / Died: November 18, 1999) \tJames Coburn (Born: August 31, 1928 / Died: November 18, 2002) “Movies” \t1964 - Goodbye Charlie \t1966 - Let’s Kill Uncle \t1969 - The Arrangement \t1974 - A Woman Under the Influence \t1983 - Amityville 3-D \t1983 - The Being \t1983 - A Christmas Story \t1983 - Nate and Hayes \t1983 - A Night in Heaven \t1983 - Sleepaway Camp \t1988 - 1969 \t1988 - The Chocolate War \t1988 - Fresh Horses \t1988 - High Spirits \t1988 - The Land Before Time \t1988 - Oliver & Company \t1992 - Malcolm X \t1994 - Miracle on 34th Street \t1994 - Leon: The Professional \t1994 - Star trek Generations \t1994 - The Swan Princess “Music” \t1972 - Johnny Nash’s “I Can See Clearly Now” remained the #1 song https://youtu.be/pSsqWHtg7Ig \t1974 - The album The Lambs Lie Down on Broadway was released \t1978 - Donna Summer stayed #1 on the charts with “MacArthur Park” \t1989 - Janet Jackson’s Rhythm Nation 1814 remained the #1 album https://youtu.be/OAwaNWGLM0c \t1982 - Joan Jett & the Blackhearts released the album I Love Rock 'n' Roll. https://youtu.be/xL5spALs-eA \t1991 - U2 released their album Achtung Baby \t1995 - “You Remind Me of Something” by R. Kelly was #1 on the R&B charts \t1997 - The final recording of John Denver, The Unplugged Collection, was released. \t2000 - “Independent Women Part I” by Destiny’s Child was the #1 song \t2000 - “Best of Intentions” by Travis Tritt was the #1 country song “TV/Radio” \t1956 - Fats Domino performed "Blueberry Hill" on The Ed Sullivan Show. \t1984 - Fatal Vision premiered on NBC https://youtu.be/lqs_CpNj2X0 \t1992 - The 100th episode of "In the Heat of the Night" aired. \t1998 - The 100th episode of "Party of Five" aired on FOX. \t1998 - The 100th episode of "Star Trek: Voyager" aired. “Other Important Events” \t1883 - The U.S. and Canada adopted a system of standard time zones. \t1903 - The U.S. and Panama signed a treaty that granted the U.S. rights to build the Panama Canal. \t1928 - The first successful sound-synchronized animated cartoon premiered in New York. It was Walt Disney's "Steamboat Willie," starring Mickey Mouse. https://youtu.be/BBgghnQF6E4 \t1959 - William Wyler's "Ben-Hur" premiered at Loew's Theater in New York City's Times Square. \t1966 - Sandy Koufax (Los Angeles Dodgers) announced his retirement from major league baseball. \t1969 - Apollo 12 astronauts Charles "Pete" Conrad Jr. and Alan L. Bean landed on the lunar surface during the second manned mission to the moon. \t1987 - CBS Inc. announced it had agreed to sell its record division to Sony Corp. for about $2 billion.