November 12, 1945

Today In History

BORN TODAY | Neil Young

Neil Percival Young, is a singer, songwriter and musician. He was a member of the several musical groups | Crosby, Stills & Nash | Buffalo Springfield | the Mynah Birds | The Squires | The Ducks. For the past 45 years, Young has always kept his fans guessing, it didn't matter if his songs were personal confessions, allusive tales or throwaways, he has been influencing the music industry since the middle of the 60's.

Remember When

The rise and fall of prohibition - 1920-1933
1967 NCAA basketball finals - Lew Alcindor UCLA vs Dayton - News Reel
CLASSIC IMAGE: Nolan Ryan of the Mets
Song of the Day
Al Green | Let's stay Together
George Reeves - Superman
Explore America
HAWAII - Maui and the other islands for a thousand and one reasons

Family and Friends

Alan Alda as a kid with his Dad Robert

Barbra with Redford on the streets of NYC

Brando and Judy Garland

Alan Alda as a kid with his Dad Robert

Barbra with Redford on the streets of NYC

Brando and Judy Garland

TV Show of the Day
Combat! Season 1 Episode 1 - Forgotten Front - 1962
Bass O' Matic - SNL skit
Len Dawson - star quarterback for the Kansas City Chiefs in the 1960s and 1970s
Len Dawson played for several teams during his long, successful professional career, but he is best remembered for his 13 seasons quarterbacking the Kansas City Chiefs. During that time, he led the Chiefs to the 1966 AFL Championship, then to the first ever Super Bowl the following year. Although the Chiefs lost Super Bowl I to the Green Bay Packers, Dawson would have his Chiefs back in the Super Bowl just 3 years later. Len Dawson was named as the MVP of Super Bowl IV when the Chiefs defeated the Minnesota Vikings 23-7 in January 1970. Len Dawson was elected to the Hall of Fame in 1987.
Interview of the Day
Charlie Rose interviews James Franco
Apollo 11 mission in 1969! Neil Armstrong sets foot on the moon and proclaims - This is One small step for man, One giant leap for mankind
One Giant Step for Mankind The Luner Module “Eagle” landed on the Moon at Tranquility Base on July 20, 1969 at 4:18 p.m. EDT, Neil Armstrong realized that they were heading into a field of boulders on the northeast shoulder of a crater the size of a football field. Drama was the last thing that any one had wanted. A warning light was telling him he had less than 60 seconds of fuel left, but they were close now and it was just a matter of easing themselves down. Forty seconds had passed since the sixty-second warning, and Armstrong proclaimed "The Eagle Has Landed." For the astronauts, the landing had been the big moment of the mission. But, for the waiting world, the big moment was still to come - the first footstep. Armstrong stood on the pad for a moment or two, testing the soil with the tip of his boot before he made the epochal "small step" proclaiming "That's one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind." With only a short time at their disposal, he and Aldrin raised an American Flag, gathered forty-seven pounds of samples, and took about one hundred color photographs. Finally they got themselves back into the spacecraft for a safe return to earth.
CLASSIC MOVIE SCENE: Marilyn Monroe

Jackie O

College Basketball Stars

Lew Alcindor - UCLA

Bad News Marvin Barnes - Providence

Bernard King - Tennessee

Ralph Sampson - Virginia

Oscar Robertson - Cincinnati

Lew Alcindor - UCLA

Bad News Marvin Barnes - Providence

Bernard King - Tennessee

Ralph Sampson - Virginia

Oscar Robertson - Cincinnati

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