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This Girl Is A Woman Now- Gary Puckett Tags: This  Girl  Is  A  Woman  Now    60's  pop    60's  rock    60's  solid  gold    American  Bandstand    soft  rock    Jerry  Fuller    Doo-wop    Gary    Puckett    and    the    Union    Gap     
Added: 26th May 2009
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Posted By: BigBoy Bob
Identify This Olympic Athlete This British athlete, despite finishing dead last in his events, was one of the true stars of the 1988 Winter Olympics in Calgary. Can you name him?
Tags: who  is  he 
Added: 9th June 2009
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Posted By: Lava1964
Henry Blake Killed On MASH Thirty-nine years ago today (March 18, 1975) one of the most memorable--and shocking--moments in American television was broadcast: In the final episode of the third season of MASH, Lt. Colonel Henry Blake, the commanding officer of the 4077th MASH in Korea, was killed while on his way home. McLean Stevenson had wanted to leave MASH after three seasons, so the show's writers used Stevenson's departure to make a powerful statement: some people go off to war and don't come back. Never before had a sitcom's character's death been so dramatically part of the script. Colonel Blake's death had always been part of the episode's script, but the final page had been hidden from the cast members in order to keep their reactions throughout the rest of the show true to the happy storyline of Blake returning home to his family in Bloomington, IN. Only when all the other scenes had been filmed did director Larry Gelbart inform the cast about the missing scene. This clip shows company clerk Radar O'Reilly (Gary Burghoff) interrupting an OR session to deliver the tragic news. After the show aired, CBS was inundated with hundreds of letters from viewers who were outraged that a situation comedy had become a situation tragedy. Every person who wrote a letter got a hand-written reply explaining that MASH wanted to show the cruel realities of war.
Tags: MASH  Colonel  Blake  death 
Added: 18th March 2014
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Posted By: Lava1964
Peppermint Rainbow - Will You Be Staying After Sunday Discovered by Mama Cass Elliot, the band had a brief fame touring the country with The 5th Dimension, Gary Puckett and the Union Gap, Sly and the Family Stone, even Tiny Tim. Peppermint Rainbow released only one album, “Will You Be Staying After Sunday,” which just missed making Billboard’s Top 100 albums chart in 1969. By 1970, Bonnie Lamdin had married and the band members, worn out from touring and feeling a little defeated by the album’s failure to chart, went their separate ways.
Tags: 1968    1969    The    Peppermint    Rainbow    Will    You    Be    Staying    After    Sunday     
Added: 26th December 2009
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Posted By: Cliffy
Eery Boxing Photo 1913 This is one of my favorite sports photographs. It isn't a particularly great photo--in fact, it's quite poor from a photography standpoint--but is does show an eery ray of sunlight breaking through the clouds to illuminate the prone Luther McCarty. The date was May 24, 1913. McCarty, a 21-year-old 'white hope' from Nebraska, was being groomed for a chance to meet Jack Johnson for the world heavyweight title. McCarty had already beaten a couple of top contenders. He was pitted against lightly regarded Arthur Pelkey in Calgary, Alberta as a keep-busy fight. To everyone's shock, McCarty collapsed in the first round after absorbing a very light punch from Pelkey. (Some reports say it landed on McCarty's body; others claim in struck his head.) Regardless, it wasn't a very hard punch. McCarty dropped to the canvas unconscious and never rose. The crowd booed, believing the fight was fixed. It wasn't. McCarty had died of a brain hemorrhage. It was likely caused by a fall from a horse a few days earlier that his managers had kept secret from sports writers. Writers and fans alike agreed the strange ray of light only illuminated the spot where McCarty lay dying--and nowhere else in the ring.
Tags: Luther  McCarty  boxing  fatality  photo 
Added: 17th January 2010
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Posted By: Lava1964
Gary Coleman Passes Today at age 42 Gary Coleman, the child star of the smash 1970s TV sitcom "Diff'rent Strokes" whose later career was marred by medical and legal problems, died Friday after suffering a brain hemorrhage. He was 42. Utah Valley Regional Medical Center spokeswoman Janet Frank said life support was terminated and Coleman died at 12:05 p.m. MDT
Tags: Gary  Coleman  Passes  Today  at  age  42  Diff'rent  Strokes 
Added: 28th May 2010
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Posted By: Cliffy
Beatrix Schuba - Figure Skater Austria's Beatrix (Trixi) Schuba was singlehandedly responsible for changing the scoring rules of figure skating--because she was so boring. Schuba won the women's world championship in both 1971 and 1972 and the gold medal at the 1972 Winter Olympics in Sapporo, Japan. At the time 'compulsory figures' (also known as 'school figures') counted for a huge percentage of a skater's score and gave the sport its name. These consisted of skaters tracing patterns along the ice. Schuba was totally dominant at this aspect of her sport, but she was only a mediocre performer in the free skate. At the 1972 world championships in Calgary, Schuba had such a commanding lead after the compulsory figures that all she needed to do to win was show up for the free skate. That's basically what Schuba did. She came on the ice and skated only for a few seconds--but it was good enough for gold. The goings-on did not sit well with television audiences nor with the crowd in Calgary who felt Canada's Karen Magnussen, an excellent free skater, had been robbed of the gold medal. The next year FIS added a short program to the championships to reduce the importance of the compulsory figures. Schuba opted to retire. Compulsory figures were discontinued altogether in 1990.
Tags: Beatrix  Schuba  figure  skating 
Added: 6th June 2010
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Posted By: Lava1964
Kristen Cornett Kristen Renee Cornett was born in July 5th, 1974, She grew up in Lexington, Kentucky and she fascinated severe weather an early age, she can remember standing out with her parents drag her inside in the front porch during storms, She wanted to see a tornado, She done some tornado chasing and stood of the eye of a hurricane, She also fascinated by earthquakes & volcanoes, If she couldn't be a meteorologist, She would be a volcanologist or a selsmologist. She attended the University Of Kentucky intitially and thought she would be a doctor, She came up with an idea to work of Broadcast Meteorology sooner, But up until then she always viewed her fascination as just that, She ended up transferring and earned her degree of Geoscience of Emphasis in Meteorology from Mississippi State University, From there she went to forecasting for Local Television, In 1996, She started her career at WCBI-TV in Columbus, MS where she was a Weekend Meteorologist, In 1997, She worked at WAAY-TV in Huntsville, AL with Adrian Gibson and Gary Dobbs, In 2001, She was a Storm Team Meteorologist at WHAS-TV in Louisville, KY, Then in 2004, She worked at NBC affiliate WLWT in Cincinnati, OH, where she was a afternoon meteorologist, In March of 2006, She was a Staff Meteorologist at NBC Weather Plus, where she appeared on MSNBC, CNBC, NBC Nightly News, Early Today and The Today Show In 2007, Kristen came to St. Louis, She worked at KMOV, She joined the 4 Warn Storm Team in October 2007 and provides the weather for News 4 on weekends, She provides Go Green reports for Tuesdays and Fridays for the 6 pm news, you may catch her filling for Matt Chambers on Awake with News 4 or Reporting on a feature story or Helping out during 4 Warn Storm Mode Coverage tracking the storms or on the web or live on the field, Kristen in 1999, She earned the Seal Of Apporval from The American Meteorological Society and also a member of The National Weather Association.
Tags: Kristen  Cornett  Meteorologist  Weather  St  Louis  Missouri  Lexington  Kentucky 
Added: 20th January 2011
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Posted By: poundsdwayne47
Wings - First Best Picture Winner The first movie to win the coveted Best Picture Oscar was Wings, a silent masterpiece from 1927. Starring Buddy Rogers, Richard Arlen and Clara Bow, Wings is a drama about two American aviators who enlist in the First World War. The film's aerial shots of dogfights were revolutionary for the time. Gary Cooper, at the beginning of his great career, has a small role as a pilot who is killed in a training flight crash. The film also has some surprising nudity for its time: Clara Bow's breasts are shown for a fraction of a second in a scene where she is surprised while dressing. There is also a long shot through a door of nude army recruits preparing to undergo their physical exams. The movie was incredibly popular in its day. It ran for 63 weeks (with several showings each day) at New York City's Criterion Theater--a major venue that seated about 3,000 people--before it was released to smaller movie houses. Wings was considered a lost film for many years until a copy was discovered in a film archive in Paris. It is the only Best Picture-winning film not currently available on DVD, although is can be obtained on videotape. A very good organ score accompanies the VHS copy of Wings I bought many years ago.
Tags: Wings  Oscar  Clara  Bow  silent  film 
Added: 21st February 2011
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Posted By: Lava1964
Gary US Bonds - Quarter To Three Tags: Gary  US  Bonds  -  Quarter  To  Three,  Go-Go  Girls,  Early  Rock  and  Roll,  60's,  1960's 
Added: 22nd June 2011
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Posted By: pfc

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