"Born Today" \tAriel Winter (18) \tWill Poulter (23) \tCalum Worthy (25) \tJ. Cole (31) \tCamila Alves (34) \tBig Freedia (35) \tElijah Wood (35) \tNick Carter (36) \tSheamus (38) \tJoey Fatone (39) \tRick Ross (40) \tKathryn Morris (47) \tMo Rocca (47) \tDJ Muggs (48) \tSarah McLachlan (48) \tKeith Hamilton Cobb (54) \tFrank Darabont (57) \tNicolas Sarkozy (61) \tBarbi Benton (66) \tCarlos Slim (76) \tAlan Alda (80) \tJackson Pollock (RIP) "Died Today" \tZora Neale Hurtson (Born: January 7, 1891 / Died: January 28, 1960) \tFreddie Prinze (Born: June 22, 1954 / Died: January 29, 1977) \tChrista McAuliffe (Born: September 2, 1948 / Died: January 28, 1986) \tRed Grange (Born: June 13, 1903 / Died: January 28, 1991) "Movies" \t1965 - Those Calloways \t1944 - Disney's Goofy cartoon How to Be a Sailor \t1965 - 36 Hours \t1970 - The Molly Maguires \t1994 - Car 54, Where Are You? "Music" \t1955 - The "Top 10 R&B Show" package tour kicks off its 42-date, 60-day national excursion in New York City, featuring The Clovers, Faye Adams, The Charms, Joe Turner,The Moonglows, Lowell Fulson, and The Bill Doggett Trio. \t1964 - Buck Owens records "My Heart Skips A Beat" and "Together Again" in Hollywood \t1985 - The song "We Are the World" was recorded. More than 40 artists were involved. The proceeds went toward worldwide hunger prevention. on. \t1985 - Alabama, Willie Nelson and Anne Murray each win two American Music Awards, while Loretta Lynn takes home a special Award of Merit. Other country winners include: Barbara Mandrell, Kenny Rogers, Dolly Parton and The Oak Ridge Boys \t1989 - Randy Travis' "Deeper Than The Holler" climbs to #1 on the Billboard country chart \t1989 - Bangles release Eternal Flame in US. \t1990 - Paula Abdul started a 10-week run at No.1 on the US album chart with 'Forever Your Girl'. Abdul spent sixty-four consecutive weeks on the Billboard 200 before hitting number one, making it the longest time for an album to reach the number one spot. \t1991 - Gloria Estefan made her first live performance (at the American Music Awards in Los Angeles) since injuring her back in a bus accident while on tour. \t1993 - MCA releases Reba McEntire's duet with Vince Gill, "The Heart Won't Lie," written by pop artist Kim Carnes "TV & Radio" \t1980 - The Saga of a Star World began again when Galactica 1980 aired its very first episode. \t1998 - The telefilm The Warlord: Battle for the Galaxy (aka The Osiris Chronicles) was broadcast on the small screen. "Other Important Event...." \t1986 - The U.S. space shuttle Challenger exploded just after takeoff. All seven of its crewmembers were killed. \t1997 - Clive Davis received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. \t2002 - Toys R Us Inc. announced that it would be closing 27 Toys R Us stores and 37 Kids R Us stores in order to cut costs and boost operating profits.