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"Holmes and Watson" has taken the lead for the Razzie Nominations.The 2019 Oscar nominations come out this morning in the pre-dawn hours of Hollywood.Jessica Simpson let it be known that her daughter she's pregnant with is going to be named, Birdie.A former CIA technical operations officer who helped rescue six U.S. diplomats from Iran in 1980 and was portrayed by Ben Affleck in the film "Argo," has died. He was 78.There were 4.7 billion robocalls aimed at our phones last month, with the average person getting 14.3 unsolicited calls.Robert Kennedy III and his wife welcomed a baby girl into the world last week and have named her, Bobby.A power couple dating these days: Brad Pitt and Charlize Theron.There's a rumored shake-up in the works at "America's Got Talent". Supposedly, by this summer, the only current judge staying on the panel would be Simon.There's a new new term. called Hulking. It's a verb which means "the act of playing…


Today's date: 1-22-19. Sounds like a locker combination.

Christopher Masterson turns 39 today. He was the older brother on the TV show, "Malcolm in the Middle" (and now old enough to be one of the parents) In real life, he's the older brother of Danny Masterson, who was on "That 70s Show."

Olivia d'Abo turns the big 5-0 today. She was the older sister on "The Wonder Years." What is it about older siblings today?

Guy Fieri turns 51 today. He's that Food Channel guy who looks like his hair is on fire. Instead of candles on a cake, he just tries to blow his hair out.

Diane Lane turns 54 today. She could have been Diane Street or Avenue, but she went with Lane. She starred in the movie "Unfaithful," although, I don't remember Tiger Woods making a movie.

Jazzy Jeff Townes is 54 today. Remember DJ Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Prince? He was the one that wasn't Will Smith.

Linda Blair, the little girl from "The Exorcist" in the …


On this date in 1840, New Zealand was settled by the British, even though the Queen had said, "Never settle." Apparently, for years, they couldn't sleep. But the Brits finally got them settled.

In 1881, an ancient Egyptian obelisk known as "Cleopatra's Needle" is erected in New York's Central Park. It was far from the last needle ever found there.

On this date in 1905, thousands of demonstrating Russian workers were fired. Oh, wait, were fired ON (big difference) by Imperial army troops in St. Petersburg on what became known as "Red Sunday" or "Bloody Sunday."

In 1930, the U.S. all-time record low temperature of 85 below zero was set at Mt. Carroll, Illinois.
The bird baths were so frozen, robins learned to play hockey!
It was so cold, people were crawling in refrigerators and covering themselves with ice cream just to stay warm.
It was so cold, a snowman was seen building a fire.

On this date in 1938, the play "Our Town" was perf…

Music Calendar...

In 1942 Count Basie and His Orchestra record "One O'Clock Jump" in NewYork.

In 1957 Filming begins on Elvis Presley's movie "Loving You."

In 1957 Patsy Cline appears on "Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts" singing "Walking After Midnight."

In 1959 The Kingston Trio receive a gold record for the single "TomDooley."

In 1961 Elvis Presley signs a 5-year film contract with producer HalWallis.

In 1965 Roger McGuinn and David Crosby of The Byrds, backed by a group of studio musicians, record "Mr. Tambourine Man."

In 1965 The Animals cancel a show for New York's Apollo Theater after the U.S. Immigration Department, continuing its crackdown on UK bands, forces the group to leave the theater.

In 1965 The Rolling Stones, along with Roy Orbison, arrive in Sydney to begin an Australian tour.

In 1966 George Harrison weds actress Patti Boyd, whom he met on the set of the Beatles movie "A Hard Day's Night."

In 1967 "Le…

Today In History...

In 1793 During the French Revolution, King Louis XVI, condemned for treason by the National Convention, is executed by the guillotine.

In 1861 Jefferson Davis of Mississippi and four other Southerners resign from the U.S. Senate.

In 1892 John Couch Adams, English co-discoverer of Neptune, dies.

In 1908 New York City enacts an ordinance that made smoking in public by women punishable by a fine of $5.00 to $25.00 and 10 days in jail.

In 1915 The Kiwanis Club is formed in Detroit, Michigan.

In 1924 Russian revolutionary Vladimir Lenin dies of a stroke at age 54.

In 1950 A federal jury in New York finds former State Department official Alger Hiss guilty of perjury.

In 1950 George Orwell, author of "1984," dies in London.

In 1954 The first gas turbine automobile is exhibited in New York City.

In 1954 The first atomic submarine, the USS Nautilus, is launched atGroton, Connecticut.

In 1969 Switzerland had to seal off an underground cavern after a nuclear accident.

In 1976 The supersonic Conco…

Born On This Day..

In 1338 King Charles V of France (1364-80)
In 1743 American inventor/clockmaker, John Fitch
In 1813 Western U.S. explorer/mapmaker, John C. Fremont
In 1815 Dentist, Horace Wells (pioneer in use of medical anesthesia)
In 1821 John Cabell Breckinridge, 14th U.S. vice-president (1857-61)
In 1824 Confederate general, Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson
In 1855 Inventor, John Moses Browning (automatic rifle)
In 1884 Attorney/social reformer, Roger Nash Baldwin (founded ACLU)
In 1898 Actor, John George (Kolb-Adventures of Fu Manchu)
In 1900 Actor, J. Carroll Naish (Adventures of Charlie Chan) [d: 1-24-73]
In 1905 French fashion designer, Christian Dior [d: 10-24-57]
In 1912 German scientist, Konrad E. Bloch (cholestrol research) [d: 10-15-00]
In 1915 Actor, Alan Hewitt (Det. Brennan-My Favorite Martian) [d: 11-7-86]
In 1918 Actor, Edwin Haig Alberian (Clarabelle-Howdy Doody) [d: 3-31-97]
In 1919 Actress, Jinx Falkenberg (Masquerade Party) [d: 8-27-03]
In 1921 Dr. Barney Clark, first artificial heart reci…