"BORN TODAY" \tJoseph Cross 1986 - Actor (Desperate Measures, Wide Awake, and Jack Frost) \tCarey Mulligan 1985 - Actress (The Great Gatsby) \tColbie Caillat 1985\u00a0-\u00a0singer, songwriter, actress, guitarist and pianist \tAlexa Davalos\u00a01982 - Actress (Angel) \tJesse Bradford 1979 - Actress (Jesse Bradford) \tJake Johnson 1978 - Actor ("New Girl") \tElisabeth Hasselbeck 1977 - Television host ("The View," "Fox & Friends") \tMorgan Fox 1970 - Model, actress \tJustin Kirk 1969 - Actor ("Weeds") \tKylie Minogue 1968 - Musician (Locomotion) \tChubb Rock ( Richard Simpson) 1968 - Rapper \tBrandon Cruz 1962 - Actor ("The Courtship of Eddie's Father") \tSteve Strange (Steven John Harrington) 1959 - Singer (Visage) \tJerry Douglas 1956 - Country musician (Union Station) \tSusie Diane Owens 1956 - Model, actress \tJohn McGeoch 1955 - Musician \tRoland Gift 1952 - Musician (Fine Young Cannibals) \tLarry Gatlin 1948 - Musician (Gatlin Brothers) \tMadeleine LeRouix 1946 - Actress \tChrista Miller 1964 - Actress (The Drew Carey Show and Jordan Sullivan on Scrubs) \tJames Michael Tyler 1962 - Actor (Friends) \tMichelle Collins 1981 - Comedian and talk show host \tPatch Adams (70) \tWendy O. Williams 1949 (RIP) - Musician (The Plasmatics) (d. 1998) \tSue Holderness 1949 - Actress (Marlene-Only Fools & Horses, Sandbaggers) \tJohn Fogerty 1945 - Musician (Creedence Clearwater Revival) \tGary Stewart 1945 - Country musician, songwriter \tRudolph Giuliani 1944 - Mayor of New York City \tGladys Knight 1944 - Singer - leader of Pips (Last Train), \tSondra Locke 1944 - Actress \tBilly Vera 1944 - Singer, actor, writer \tTony Mansfield 1943 - Songwriter, musician \tPatch Adams - 1941 - Physician, comedian, social activist, clown, and author (Patch Adams) \tBeth Howland 1941 - Actress ("Alice") \tJohn Karlen (John Adam Karlewicz) 1933 - Actor(Harvey Lacey-Cagney & Lacey), \tCarroll Baker 1931 - Actress (Andy Warhol's Bad, Babydoll, Harlow) \tSonny Burgess (Albert Austin "Sonny" Burgess) 1931 - Singer \tJeannie Carson 1929 - Actress ("Andy Griffith Show") \tMartha Vickers 1925 - Actress (Alimony, Man I Love, Ruthless), \tMarshall Reed 1917 (RIP) - Actor (Fred Asher-Lineup) \tPapa John Creach 1917 -\u00a0American blues violinist (Hot Tuna, Jefferson Airplane) \tScott McKay 1915 - Actor (Stage Door) \tT-Bone Walker 1910 (RIP) - Musician, singer (Funky Town, Well Done), \tIan Fleming 1908 - Author, journalist, created character of James Bond More nostalgic news "NEXT" "DIED TODAY" \tAnne Bronte (Born: January 17, 1820 \/ Died: May 28, 1849) \tMary Lou Williams (Born: May 8, 1910 \/ Died: May 28, 1981) \tPhil Hartman (Born: September 24, 1948 \/ Died: May 28, 1998) \tGary Coleman (Born: February 8, 1968 \/ Died: May 28, 2010)\u00a0(Pictured Above) \tMaya Angelou (Born: April 4, 1928 \/ Died: May 28, 2014) "MOVIES TODAY" Click on the movie title to watch it\u2019s trailer. \t1968 - The Detective \t1969 - The April Fools \t1982 - Rocky III \t1982 - The Escape Artist \t1993 - Made in America \t1993 - Cliffhanger \t1993 - Happily Ever After \t1993 - Super Mario Bros \t1999 - The Thirteenth Floor \t1999 - Notting Hill Click "NEXT" to see Music News "MUSIC TODAY" \t1941 - Frank Sinatra joined Tommy Dorsey's Orchestra in recording "This Love of Mine." \t1955 - "Billboard" reported that "The Ballad of Davy Crockett" was the most popular song in the U.S. \t1966 - Ike & Tina Turner released "River Deep, Mountain, High." \t1966 - Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass went to No.1 on the US album chart with 'What Now My Love', setting a new American record with four albums in the US Top Ten. \t1966 - Percy Sledge started a two week run at No.1 on the US singles chart with 'When A Man Loves A Woman'. \t1966 - Love appeared at the Whisky A Go Go West Hollywood, California, supported by The Doors. \t1973 - Bassist Ronnie Lane left The Faces and went on to form Slim Chance, (who had the 1974 hit 'How Come'). \t1973 - Pink Floyd\u2019s The Dark Side of The Moon was on both the UK and US album charts. It remained in the US charts for 741 discontinuous weeks from 1973 to 1988, longer than any other album in history. \t1976 - The Allman Brothers Band temporarily disbanded after Greg Allman testified against Scooter Herring, his personal road manager, who was charged with drug trafficking. \t1977 - Stevie Wonder had a brief one-week stay at #1 on the R&B chart with "Sir Duke". \t1977 - Sting, Stewart Copeland and Andy Summers played together for the first time when they performed as part of Mike Howlett's band, Strontium 90 in Paris France. \t1982 - Promoter Bill Graham staged a special Vietnam Veterans benefit concert in San Francisco starring The Jefferson Starship, The Grateful Dead and Country Joe. \t1983 - Actress and singer Irene Cara started a six week run at No.1 on the US singles chart with 'Flashdance...What A Feeling'. Taken from the film 'Flashdance', a No.2 hit in the UK. https:\/\/youtu.be\/ILWSp0m9G2U \t1983 - The four day US Festival '83' took place in California, featuring The Clash,U2, David Bowie, The Pretenders, Van Halen, Stray Cats, Men At Work, Judas Priest, Stevie Nicks, Willie Nelson. INXS, Joe Walsh, Motley Crue and Ozzy Osbourne.Over 750,000 fans attended the festival. \t1985 - Desert Island Discs radio presenter Roy Plomley died. He devised the BBC Radio series Desert Island Discs in 1941, and went on to present 1,791 editions of the show, which became one of the longest running radio shows in the UK. \t1987 - Whitney Houston released her album "Whitney." \t1988 - Faith by George Michael was #1 for a ninth week on the Album chart \t1990 - Mitch Mitchell former drummer with The Jimi Hendrix Experience took out a High Court action against Private Eye magazine over an allegedly defamatory item. Are You Experienced? \t1995 - Hootie & the Blowfish started a four-week run at No.1 on the US album charts with 'Cracked Rear View'. The album went on to sell over 15m copies. \t1998 - Elton John and Bernie Taupin won an Ivor Novello Award for their tribute to Princess Diana--"Candle In The Wind '97".https:\/\/youtu.be\/dg_MIysNGIU \t2000 - Britney Spears was at No.1 on the US album chart with 'Oops!... I Did It Again'. The singer's second album also reached No.1 in thirteen other countries and has now sold over 20m copies.https:\/\/youtu.be\/CduA0TULnow \t2000 - British singer and DJ Sonique started a three-week run at No.1 on the UK singles chart with 'It Feels So Good'. She first charted in 1989 with S-Express.Click "NEXT" to see TV and RADIO news "TV\/RADIO TODAY" \t1964 - The BBC received over 8,000 postal applications for tickets for The Rolling Stones forthcoming appearance on the British TV show, Juke Box Dury. \t1969 - Judy Collins appeared on "The Tonight Show" with Johnny Carson. \t1978 - David Cassidy starred on the NBC-TV show Police Story. \t1986 - Dick Clark's "America Picks the No. 1 Songs" TV special aired. \t1990 - "The Dave Thomas Comedy Show" debuted on CBS. \t1994 - "Cafe America" aired for the last time on NBC.Click "NEXT" for other nostalgic news "OTHER IMPORTANT EVENTS..." \t1928 - Chrysler Corporation merged with Dodge Brothers, Inc. \t1929 - Warner Brothers debuted "On With The Show" in New York City. It was the first all-color-talking picture. \t1937 - U.S. President Franklin Roosevelt pushed a button in Washington, DC, signaling that vehicular traffic could cross the newly opened Golden Gate Bridge in California. \t1953 - The Walt Disney film "Melody" premiered in the Paramount Theatre in Hollywood. The picture was the first 3-D cartoon.http:\/\/www.dailymotion.com\/video\/x2aqhw1_melody-1953_shortfilms \t1969 - Rolling Stone Mick Jagger and Marianne Faithfull were arrested at their London home and charged with possession of cannabis, they were both later released on \u00a350 ($85) bail. \t1988 - Aerosmith singer Steven Tyler married his second wife clothing designer Teresa Barrick. The couple announced they were separating due to personal problems in February 2005. \t1996 - U.S. President Clinton's former business partners in the Whitewater land deal were convicted of fraud. \t1996 - Depeche Mode singer Dave Gahan was rushed to Cedars Sinai Hospital, Los Angeles after an apparent drug overdose. The singer was later arrested for possession of cocaine and heroin. \t2015 - The Observatory at One World Trade Center officially opened. "NATIONAL DAYS" \tNational Brisket Day \tNational Hamburger Day Please help us keep our daily "DYRT" (Do You Remember Today") up to date. If you have any additions, subtractions, changes or suggestions, we would appreciate your feedback! Thank you!