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Memorial Celebration and Dedication of B-52 Crash Site Saturday in Greenville [VIDEO]

On January 24th, 1963, nine members of the U.S. Air Force left from a base in Massachusetts aboard a B-52 Stratofortress-C. The mission was to practice low-level navigation in order to avoid the latest soviet radar technology. They left the base just after noon and were due back at 5:30 that afternoon.

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Frazer Harrison, Getty Images
Frazer Harrison, Getty Images

Greg Michaels: Some Of My Favorite Crazy Moments on TV

My how time flies by, it was 19 years ago today Bobcat Goldthwait set fire to Jay Leno’s chair on the ‘Tonight Show’. That was one of many crazy stunts pulled on TV. Thought through inspiration, I’d run down some of my favorite crazy moments from TV and maybe get a few of yours.

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Empire State Building
Spencer Platt, Getty Images
Empire State Building Spencer Platt, Getty Images

The Empire State Building is 82 Years Old Today

On this date back in 1931, the Empire State Building opened. It was either May 1st or 2nd of 1987 we went to the skyscraper’s observation deck on a class trip. That 9th grade class trip went from April 29 through May 9th and would have taken us two to three days to get to New York, but anyway it was fun.

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Rick Stewart, Getty Images
Rick Stewart, Getty Images

Roger Clemens Struckout 20 Seattle Mariners On This Date, April 29, 1986

Roger Clemens, aka “The Rocket” pitched on this day back in 1986 for the Boston Red Sox. Yes, it was the year they went to the World Series and lost to the Mets in 7, but I’m not here to bring up old pain especially after the Sox are 18-7 so far for the month of April.

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Lawrence Lucier, Getty Images
Lawrence Lucier, Getty Images

It Was 20 Years Ago NBC Announced Conan O’Brien Would Replace Letterman

It was 20 years ago today NBC announced that Conan O’Brien would to replace Letterman as the host of NBC’s 12:35 ‘Late Night’ talk show. Remember when it was just three or four late night talk shows?

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History Developing ‘Sons of Liberty’ Series, Let the ‘Sons of Anarchy’ Jokes Begin

History has carved out quite a presence in the world of original scripted series this past year, between the Emmy wins of 'Hatfields & McCoys,' the breakout success of 'The Bible' and a season 2 renewal for 'Vikings,' and now the historical network has added yet another buzz-worthy mini-series to its development slate. History has officially announced 'Sons of Liberty,' a new Revolutionary War drama following some of America's most integral figures, but will the drama prove as monumental as history itself?

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Waterfront (Halifax) 2008.
Waterfront (Halifax) 2008.

Any Places You Loved From Your Youth Disappear?

As I get older more and more of my youth disappears either by a bulldozer, by failure over time or just due to a revamp. At any rate a place in Halifax we used go after the other bars closed has now closed for good. The Palace also known as 'The New Palace' has closed I guess because of changing times and demographics. It was such an institution in Halifax The Barenaked Ladies referenced the bar in a song, 'Hello City.' Anyway the point of this story is not so much to reminisce about an old bar as it is to think back at our young days or in this case wasted youth.

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March 29, 1973 (40 Years Ago) We’re Out of Vietnam + Dr. Hook Makes the Rolling Stone

On March 29, 1973 two things happened. First, the last of the combat troops left Vietnam. I'm too young to remember the exit and certainly don't remember the nine years leading up to March 29, 1973 as I hadn't been born. Tough for many families that I do know, but then again what war hasn't been hard on loved ones.

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Gareth Cattermole, Getty Images

March 28, 1986, “We Are The World” Was Heard Everywhere on Radio Simultaneously

I was searching through the “on this date” sites and came across something cool and I remember it as it happened. On this day, March 28, 1986 over 6,000 radio stations all played “We Are the World” at the same time at 10:15 am est.

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NKOTB, 3/25/2009, CCCC, Portland
NKOTB, 3/25/2009, CCCC, Portland

Were You at NKOTB Four Years Ago Tonight, Too?

Funny to think I know where I was four years ago tonight. I was at the New Kids on the Block concert, with my sister in-law Jessica, at the Cumberland County Civic Center in Portland.

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