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On This day in Music History From December 27

Two interesting "on this dates"  in music for December 27. First, "December '63 (Oh What A Night) by The Four Seasons was released for the first time back in 1975 and Mark Morrison was arrested outside a night club on this day back in 1997.

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Greg Michaels’ Memories of ‘The Ice Storm of ’98′

Here we are again, similar to how things were in that 2nd week of January back in 1998. This ice storm isn’t quite the monster that the ‘Ice Storm in ’98’ was but it’s hitting some just as hard. Pockets of the state are out of power now, and I’m sure the numbers will rise before they start falling.

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Pearl Harbor Day, December 7th, 1941: ‘A Day That Will Live in Infamy’ [VIDEO]

Today, we solemnly remember the start of the war that culminated with the dropping of the first atomic bombs, World War II. It began with the Japanese attack on Pear Harbor at approximately 0755 local time on that terrible day. Following is Franklin Delano Roosevelt's speech to the American people in the aftermath of that attack...

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‘As God As My Witness I Thought Turkeys Could Fly’ – Classic WKRP Episode

Everybody that works in radio can relate to the classic 70's sit-com 'WKRP in Cincinnati.' It just wouldn't be Thanksgiving without the famous and often quoted, 'Turkeys Away' Episode. Thanks to 'Hulu,' we can now watch anytime of year, because anytime is a good time for a little WKRP!

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YouTube, Cadence Records

Remembering JFK: Vaughn Meader – ‘The First Family’ Comedy Album

Today (Nov. 22) marks 50 years since President John F. Kennedy was shot and killed while riding in a motorcade through Dallas, Texas. I was just a toddler when Kennedy was assassinated, so I do not recall any memories from that time. However, I always had a very strong interest in his life and presidency. Maybe it was because of my Mom's 'love' for him.

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Cecil Stoughton. White House Photographs. John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, Boston
Cecil Stoughton. White House Photographs. John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, Boston

50th Anniversary Of President Kennedy Assassination: Renee’s View Of A Time Before Her Birth

I am not old enough to have lived during the time President Kennedy was in office. So I only have my views based on what I know of the 60’s, all of which is second hand.  It just seemed that was like such a passionate time in our history. There seems like there was a willingness of people to push the envelope, take risks and force change to our world.

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Coverage Of The 50th Anniversary Of The JFK Assassination

To commemorate to 50th anniversary of the tragic death of President John F Kennedy in Dallas, several news organizations are planning extensive coverage online.

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Cecil Stoughton / White House Photographs / John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, Boston

50 Years Since JFK Assassination — A Look Back With Photos, Video and More

It's been 50 years since President John F. Kennedy was shot and killed while riding in a motorcade through Dallas, Texas. More words have been written about this event (and its aftermath, and what led up to it) than just about anything else, so we thought we'd take a look back through photographs and video.

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Did You Watch ‘The Day After’ on TV 30 Years Ago Today?

It’s amazing how different we think 30 years later. I remember vividly at the age of 11 watching the made for TV movie, ‘The Day After’ 30 years ago today. For those who are too young or don’t remember, it was about a nuclear hol

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Ten Random Facts About Canada That Don’t Include Toronto Mayor, Rob Ford

It's not very often unless we look for it do we get news from Canada. Right now the big story is about Rob Ford the Toronto mayor who from all accounts has smoked crack. In fact he's so much of a story SNL dedicated their cold-open last night to lampooning him.

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