"Born Today" \tAtticus Shaffer (17) \tPaul Dano (31) \tMacklemore (32) \tAidan Turner (32) \tZoe Saldana (37) \tMia Maestro (37) \tRebecca Loos (38) \tHugh Dancy (40) \tPoppy Montgomery (43) \tJean Dujardin (43) \tRobin Tunney (43) \tLara Spencer (46) \tMia Sara (48) \tSadie Frost (50) \tPaula Abdul (53) \tKathleen Turner (61) \tAnn Wilson (65) \tPhylicia Rashad (67) \tSalman Rushdie (68) \tGena Rowlands (85) \tMo Howard of the Three Stooges (RIP) (Featured Above) "Died Today" \tJ.M. Barrie (Born: May 9, 1860 \/ Died: June 19, 1937) \tJean Arthur (Born: October 17, 1900 \/ Died: June 19, 1991) \tJames Galdolfini (Born: September 18, 1961 \/ Died: June 19, 2013) "Movies" Click on the movie title to watch it\u2019s trailer. \t1968 - The Green Berets \t1968 - The Thomas Crown Affair \t1968 - The Lost Continent \t1969 - \u00a0Last Summer \t1980 - Rough Cut \t1981 - The Cannonball Run \t1981 - Superman II \t1987 - Roxanne \t1992 - Batman Returns \t1994 - I Love Trouble \t1994 - Little Big League \t1998 - Mulan \t1998 - The X Files "Music" \t1961 - Pat Boone went to No.1 on the US singles chart with 'Moody River', the single reached No.18 in the UK. \t1962 - Nat "King" Cole recorded the single "Ramblin' Rose". \t1965 - "Crying In The Chapel" by Elvis Presley reigned supreme on the Easy Listening chart for the fifth week in a row. \t1965 - The Who, Solomon Burke, Zoot Money, Cliff Bennett & The Rebel Rousers, John Mayall's Bluesbreakers, Spencer Davis Group, Marianne Faithful, Long John Baldry, The Birds, (featuring a young Ronnie Wood), Dave Witting and the Ray Martin Group all appeared at Uxbridge Blues Festival, England. Tickets cost from 7\/6 to 10\/6. \t1965 - The Four Tops went to No.1 on the US singles chart with 'I Can't Help Myself'. https:\/\/youtu.be\/qXavZYeXEc0 \t1968 - The Rolling Stones scored their seventh UK No.1 single when 'Jumpin Jack Flash' hit the top of the charts. \t1971 - "Rainy Days And Mondays" was #1 for the fourth consecutive week for the Carpenters on the Adult chart. \t1971 - Carole King started a five week run at No.1 on the US singles chart with 'It's Too Late \/ I Feel The Earth Move'. Both songs were from her 'Tapestry' album. \t1972 - The Carpenters released the single "Goodbye To Love". \t1973 - Edgar Winter's US No.1 hit 'Frankenstein' was awarded a Gold record. Winter named the song because of how many cuts and patches were contained in the original studio tape. \t1974 - The Delinquents a band featuring Mick Jones (later of The Clash) made their debut at the Students union bar, Queen Elizabeth College, Kensington. \t1976 - Future Smiths singer Steve Morrissey had a letter published in this weeks music magazine Record Mirror and Disc asking the editor why the paper had not included any stories on The Sex Pistols. \t1976 - "Never Gonna' Fall in Love Again" by Eric Carmen was the new #1 on the Easy Listening chart. https:\/\/youtu.be\/jewWk8k4V5k \t1980 - US singer Donna Summer became the first act to be signed by David Geffen to his new Geffen record label. \t1981 - On Monday, June 19, 1981, Diana Ross & Lionel Richie released the single "Endless Love" to radio stations. \t1982 - Asia rose to #1 with their self-titled album \t1982 - Stevie Wonder & Paul McCartney made it six weeks in a row at #1 with "Ebony and Ivory" \t1987 - Guns N' Roses made their UK live debut at a sold out The Marquee Club in London. \t1988 - Over 3,000 East Germans gathered at the Berlin Wall to hear Michael Jackson. Jackson was performing a concert on the other side of the wall in West Berlin. \t1990 - Prince played the first of 12 sold-out nights at Wembley Arena in London, England on his current Nude European tour. \t1992 - The Greenpeace Stop Sellafield, campaign concert took place at G-Mex in Manchester, England with U2, Big Audio Dynamite II, Public Enemy and Kraftwerk. \t1993 - "Have I Told You Lately" by Rod Stewart was #1 for the fourth week on the AC chart. https:\/\/youtu.be\/AQ4NAZPi2js \t1998 - Sinead O'Connor opened the second annual Lilith Fair in Portland, Oregon. \t1998 - Loretta Lynn appeared on the Friday Night Opry. She performed "Don't Come Home A-Drinkin'," "We've Come a Long Way Baby," "How Great Thou Art" and "The Coal Miner's Daughter." \t2000 - Eminem was to be immortalised in animation, with a new cartoon series, which would be hosted on a new web site. 26 weekly 'webisodes' would be broadcast on the site, featuring Eminem providing all the voices. \t2008 - The iTunes Music Store reached 5 billion songs sold. "TV\/Radio" \t1934 - The U.S. Congress established the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). The commission was to regulate radio and TV broadcasting (later). \t1946 - Gillette Razor Company became the first company to be a television Network sponsor. They sponsored the Joe Louis vs. Bill Conn heavyweight boxing match. \t1952 - "I\u2019ve Got a Secret" debuted on CBS-TV. \t1960 - The Kingston Trio debuted their radio show on CBS Radio \t1971 - BBC-TV aired "Parkinson" for the first time. \t1973 - Roberta Flack appeared on the ABC television special Roberta Flack...The First Time Ever. \t1976 - Bette Midler appeared on the HBO television show Standing Room Only. https:\/\/youtu.be\/iR_5kg4qvNE \t1976 - Rhythm Heritage performed "S.W.A.T. Theme" and "Barretta Theme" on "American Bandstand." \t1998 - Loretta Lynn appeared on the Friday Night Opry. "Other Important Events..." \t1862 - U.S. President Abraham Lincoln outlined his Emancipation Proclamation, which outlawed slavery in U.S. territories. \t1910 - The first Father's Day was celebrated in Spokane, Washington. \t1912 - The U.S. government established the 8-hour work day. \t1939 - In Atlanta, GA, legislation was enacted that disallowed pinball machines in the city. \t1964 - The Civil Rights Act of 1964 was approved after surviving an 83-day filibuster in the U.S. Senate. \t1973 - Pete Rose (Cincinnati Reds) got his 2,000th career hit. photo: reds.enquirer.com \t1973 - The stage production of "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" opened in London. \t1978 - Garfield was in newspapers around the U.S. for the first time. \t1981 - "Superman II" set the all-time, one-day record for theater box-office receipts when it took in $5.5 million. photo: shoulderpunch.com \t1998 - A study released said that smoking more than doubles risks of developing dementia and Alzheimer's. \t1999 - Stephen King was struck from behind by a mini-van while walking along a road in Maine. \t1999 - The Dallas Stars won their first NHL Stanley Cup by defeating the Buffalo Sabres in the third overtime of game six. \t2008 - The iTunes Music Store reached 5 billion songs sold.