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Clean Power Plan Seen as Historic Opportunity to Modernize the Electrical #Grid #Energy
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How I did on Twitter this week: 58 New Followers, 9 Mentions, 56.1K Mention Reach. How'd your week go? via…
Why Brian Williams, why? Unbelievable stories topped by his total blarney about Seal Team Six. Sad.
Dogs can distinguish happy and sad faces: Study | World | News | Toronto Sun…
Welcome > @andre_am_on @DuaneTilden > thanks for the #follow > have a great day > cheers!
The upcoming #Boston blizzard may be equivalent to Category 2 hurricane: #MAwx
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Coconut Oil & Peanut Butter: New Advances for Alzheimer's…
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Retirees celebrate Valentine's Day by getting hitched — again
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Saturday Night Live 40th Anniversary Special Guest List Is Insane—Check Out Everyone Appearing! | E! Online Canada…
Singer Robbie Williams is 41. Singer/songwriter Feist is 39. Happy #Birthday!
Stockard Channing (West Wing, Stockard Channing Show, Just Friends) is 71. Talk show host Jerry Springer is 71. Peter Gabriel is 65.
Singer-bassist-actor Peter Tork of The Monkees is 73. Actress Carol Lynley (Fantasy Island, Another World) is 73.
Actress Kim Novak (Falcon Crest, Alfred Hitcock Presents) is 83. Actor George Segal (The Goldbergs, Retired at 35, Just Shoot Me) is 81.
2014, actor Ralph Waite, who forever will be remembered as the father in the CBS TV depression-era series “The Waltons,” died at age 85.
On this day in 2008, a Hollywood writer’s strike ended after 100 days. The walkout had spawned a rash of unscripted TV ‘reality shows.’
On this day in 2006, impressario Hugh Pickett, the dean of #Vancouver’s show biz celebrities, died at age 93.
On this day in 2003, CBS-TV began airing “Survivor: The Amazon”, the fourth season of the reality series.
On this day in 2002, country singer/songwriter Waylon Jennings died in his sleep at age 64 of diabetes-related issues.
On this day in 2000, on FOX-TV’s “The Simpsons,” Maude Flanders was “killed off.”
On this day in 1997, Michael Jackson became a father when his wife Debbie Rowe gave birth to a baby boy, Prince Michael Jackson Jr.
On this day in 1996, Oscar-winning supporting actor Martin Balsam died of a heart attack at age 76.
On this day in 1988, the King of Pop, Michael Jackson, purchased a ranch in Santa Ynez, Calif. He later named it Neverland.
1981, the Australian band Pink Floyd‘s “Dark Side of the Moon” LP established a longevity mark by remaining on the charts for a 402nd week.
1980, actor David Janssen, who starred in The Fugitive, and Richard Diamond, suffered a fatal heart attack & died young at age 48.
On this day in 1979, radio station CJAZ-FM Vancouver was approved as Canada’s first All Jazz station at 92.1 MHz.
1975, in San Francisco, Jefferson Starship recorded what would prove to be their biggest hit “Miracles.” It peaked at #3 for three weeks.
1972, Led Zeppelin had to cancel a scheduled concert in Singapore when authorities refused their entry due to their long hair.
On this day in 1970, Black Sabbath‘s self-titled first LP was released.
On this day in 1969, The Doors‘ single “Touch Me” and Sly and the Family Stone‘s “Everyday People” were both certified Gold.
Also this day in 1967, The #Beatles‘ single “Penny Lane” backed with “Strawberry Fields Forever” was released in North America.
On this day in 1967, “Mr. Dressup” debuted on CBC TV.
1966, the Rolling Stones made their 3rd appearance on CBS TV’s “The Ed Sullivan Show,” performing “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction.”
On this day in 1965, the son of Jerry Lewis Gary Lewis & the Playboys recorded their future #2 hit “Count Me In” for Liberty Records.