\u201cBorn Today\u201d \tAndrea Barber (39) \tOlivia Munn (35) \tLudivine Sagnier (36) \tPatrick Wilson (42) \tJulian Assange (44) \tAudra McDonald (45) \tShawnee Smith (46) \tSandra Lee (49) \tConnie Nielsen (50) \tYeardley Smith (51) \tTom Cruise (53) (Featured Above) \tThomas Gibson (53) \tHunter Tylo (53) \tMontel Williams (59) \tBetty Buckley (68) \tGloria Allred (74) \tTom Stoppard (78) \u201cDied Today\u201d \tAndy Griffith (Born: 1926 \/ Died: July 3, 2012) \tJim Morrison (Born: December 8, 1943 \/ Died: July 3, 1971) \u201cMovies\u201d Click on the movie title to watch it\u2019s trailer. \t1985-\u00a0Back to the Future \t1985-\u00a0Red Sonja \t1991-\u00a0Problem Child 2 \t1991- Terminator 2: Judgement Day \t1996 - Independence Day \u201cMusic\u201d \t1967 - The Doors released the song "Light My Fire" in the U.S. https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?vdeB_u-to-IE \t1968 - \u00a0At an impromptu gathering at Joni Mitchell's house in Lookout Mountain, Laurel Canyon, Los Angeles, David Crosby, Stephen Stills and Graham Nash played together for the very first time. \t1969 - James Brown, Led Zeppelin, Sly and the Family Stone, Jeff Beck, Savoy Brown, Johnny Winter, Jethro Tull, Buddy Guy Blues Band, Mothers Of Invention and Ten Years After all appeared at the four day US Newport Jazz Festival in Rhode Island. \t1970 - The three day Atlanta Pop Festival took place, featuring The Allman Brothers, Jimi Hendrix, Johnny Winter, Mountain, Procol Harum and Rare Earth https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?vEJ_Z9e77zjo \t1973 - On the last night of a 60 date tour David Bowie announced he was about to retire from live performing \t1976 - Brian Wilson played his first live show with The Beach Boys in seven years when they appeared at the Anaheim Stadium, California \t1976 - When rain stopped play during the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Championships, Cliff Richard launched into a spontaneous concert, where he led spectators through some of his old hits https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?vXnGTXvFgK_k \t1977 - \u00a0Hot Chocolate were at No.1 on the UK singles chart with 'So You Win Again' https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?vJCDWWiYVHjg \t1982 - The Damned's guitarist Captain Sensible started a two week run at No.1 with his version of the Rodgers and Hammerstein song 'Happy Talk' from the 1949 musical South Pacific. \t1982 - The Human League started a three week run at No.1 on the US singles charts with 'Don't You Want Me\u2019 https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?vDDKsk9oTOPc \u201cTV\/Radio Today\u201d \t1939 - Chic Young\u2019s comic strip character, "Blondie" was first heard on CBS radio. \t1940 - Bud Abbott and Lou Costello debuted on NBC radio. https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v2SbCOiyKNak \u201cOther Important Events\u2026\u201d \t1912 - Rube Marquard of the New York Giants set a baseball pitching record when earned his 19th consecutive win. https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?vhW8OVhVBi10 \t1945 - The first civilian passenger car built since February 1942 was driven off the assembly line at the Ford Motor Company plant in Detroit, MI. Production had been diverted due to World War II \t1950 - U.S. carrier-based planes attacked airfields in the Pyongyang-Chinnampo area of North Korea in the first air-strike of the Korean War. \t1962 - Jackie Robinson became the first African American to be inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame. biography.com \t1969 - Brian Jones (formerly of the Rolling Stones) was found dead in his swimming pool at his Cotchford Farm, Hartfield, England, home. \t1971 - Jim Morrison (Doors) died in Paris at age 27. wikipedia.org \t1974 - The Threshold Test Ban Treaty was signed, prohibiting underground nuclear weapons tests with yields greater than 150 kilotons. \t1981 - The Associated Press ran its first story about two rare illnesses afflicting homosexual men. One of the diseases was later named AIDS. \t1986 - U.S. President Reagan presided over a ceremony in New York Harbor that saw the relighting of the renovated Statue of Liberty. \t1991 - U.S. President George H.W. Bush formally inaugurated the Mount Rushmore National Memorial in South Dakota.