BORN TODAY \t1986 - Miko Hughes \t1975 - Drew Barrymore \t1974 - James Blunt \t1973 - Scott Phillips \t1971 - Lea Salonga \t1969 - Thomas Jane \t1969 - Clinton Kelly \t1969 - Hans Klok \t1968 - Jeri Ryan \t1966 - Mia Michaels \t1966 - Rachel Dratch \t1962 - Steve Irwin (RIP) - Click to Learn More About Steve - \t1959 - Kyle MacLachlan \t1951 - Ellen Greene \t1950 - Julie Walters \t1950 - Julius Erving \t1944 - Jonathan Demme \t1930 - Marni Nixon \t1929 - James Hong \t1928 - Bruce Forsyth \t1732 - George Washington (RIP) MOVIES -Check out the trailer in the links below - \t1935 - After Office Hours \t1941 - The Strawberry Blonde \t1949 - Down to the Sea in Ships \t1952 - 5 Fingers \t1952 - The Belle of New York \t1957 - The Wings of Eagles \t1957 - Oh, Men! Oh, Women! \t1958 - The Big Beat \t1973 - Charlotte’s Web \t1985 - Martin's Day \t1991 - He Said, She Said \t1991 - Scenes from a Mall MUSIC \t Click for more Elvis 1956 - Elvis Presley debuted on the chart with his first single "Heartbreak Hotel" \t1960 - Percy Faith had a relatively brief climb to #1 with "The Theme from 'A Summer Place'". \t1962 - Elvis reigned on the U.K. chart with the double-sided "Rock-A-Hula Baby"/"Can't Help Falling In Love". \t1963 - "Please Please Me" by the Beatles achieved #1 in the U.K. \t1964 - "I Want To Hold Your Hand" by the Beatles spent a fourth week at #1 with "She Loves You" by the Beatles second. \t1968 - Genesis released their first single "The Silent Sun". \t1969 - The Beatles began recording the album Abbey Road with the track "I Want You (She's So Heavy)". \t1969 - Sly & the Family Stone took over at #1 on the R&B chart with "Everyday People". \t1969 - For the eighth week in a row, The White Album by the Beatles was #1. \t Click to Learn More about the Song / pinterest.com 1971 - Three Dog Night released the single "Joy To The World". \t1971 - George Harrison released the single "What is Life". \t1975 - "Nightingale" by Stanley, Idaho's Carole King was the new #1 Adult song. \t1975 - AWB by the Average White Band was the new #1 album \t1975 - The Average White Band received more good news as their single "Pick Up The Pieces" went to #1. \t1986 - "Sara" by Starship took over as the #1 Adult Contemporary song. \t1988 - Stevie Wonder received the 1998 MusiCares Person of the Year award. \t1989 - Tracy Chapman won the Grammy for Best New Artist. \t1989 - Bobby McFerrin won Record and Song of the year for "Don't Worry, Be Happy" at the Grammys. https://www.youtube.com/watch?vd-diB65scQU \t1992 - TLC appeared on the radio for the first time as their debut single "Ain't 2 (sic) Proud 2 (sic) Beg" first appeared on the charts. \t1992 - Paul Young reached #1 on the AC chart with "What Becomes Of The Brokenhearted". \t1992 - Shakespear's Sister took over at #1 for an eight-week run at the top with "Stay". \t1997 - No Doubt had the #1 U.K. song--"Don't Speak". \t1997 - "Wannabe" by the Spice Girls reached #1 after just five weeks. TV/RADIO Click for more of The Monkees / monkeeslivealmanac.com \t1954 - ABC radio’s popular "Breakfast Club" program was simulcast on TV for the first time. \t1986 - MTV aired 22 hours of The Monkees TV episodes in celebration of their 20th anniversary as a group. \t1999 - And the Beat Goes On..., the story of Sonny & Cher, premiered on ABC-TV. OTHER IMPORTANT EVENTS... \t pinterest.com 1954 - LIFE magazine features a cover story on the making of Disney's 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea. The article "How Disney Makes An Undersea Movie" features detailed black & white underwater photos of the film in production. \t1960 - Academy Award nominations are announced with Disney receiving 4. The 32nd Academy Awards will take place April 4 \tSleeping Beauty - Music, Scoring of a Musical Picture \tNoah's Ark - Short Subjects, Cartoons \tDonald in Mathmagic Land - Short Subjects, Cartoons \tMysteries of the Deep - Short Subjects, Live-Action Subjects \t1969 - Barbara Jo Rubin became the first woman to win a U.S. thoroughbred horse race. \t1972 - Disney's Bedknobs and Broomsticks receives 5 Academy Award nominations for Best Art Direction-Set Decoration, Best Music-Scoring: Adaptation & Original Song Score, Best Music-Song (for "The Age of Not Believing"), Best Costume Design, and Best Special Visual Effects. Winners will be announced at the 44th Academy Awards April 10. Did we Miss Anyone or Anything Special? Let us Know in the Comments.