Calendar

Sep
24
Sun
’60 Minutes’ television premiere – Anniversary
Sep 24 all-day

Sept 24, 1968. TVs longest-running prime-time program, and the first newsmagazine offering in-depth investigative reports and profiles, was originally hosted by Harry Reasoner and Mike Wallace. The shows correspondents have included Ed Bradley, Steve Kroft, Lesley Stahl, Morley Safer, Andy Rooney, Scott Pelley, Dan Rather, Diane Sawyer and Bob Simon. Tough interviewer Mike Wallace retired from the show in 2006.

Image: Wikimedia Commons

 

‘The Munsters’ television premiere – Anniversary
Sep 24 all-day

Herman Munster (Fred Gwynne) was Frankensteins monster; Lily, his wife (Yvonne DeCarlo), and Grandpa, her father (Al Lewis), were vampires; and his son, Eddie (Butch Patrick), was a werewolf. Only their niece, Marilyn (Beverly Owen and Pat Priest), looked normal, and they considered her the unattractive family member. Most of the shows laughs came from the family’s interactions with outsiders. The last telecast was on Sept 1, 1966.

Image: Wikimedia Commons

Sep
26
Tue
Jack LaLanne’s Birthday – Anniversary
Sep 26 all-day

Sept 26, 1914. The son of French immigrants, born at San Francisco, CA, was to become Americas fitness guru through his eponymous TV show and wacky stunts. The Jack LaLanne Show went national in 1959, and by the end of its run in the 1980s had 3,000 episodes. LaLanne, who kept a 30-inch waist, popularized the benefits of healthy living with amazing stunts, such as swimming handcuffed from Alcatraz Island to Fisherman’s Wharf while also towing a 1,000-pound boat (at age 60). LaLanne died Jan 23, 2011, at Morro Bay, CA, at age 96.

Image: Wikimedia Commons

West Side Story Premiere – Anniversary
Sep 26 all-day

Sept 26, 1957. Composer Leonard Bernsteins updated Romeo and Juliet musical premiered on Broadway and ran until 1960. Stephen Sondheim wrote the lyrics, Arthur Laurents wrote the book and Jerome Robbins created the choreography. Read more at http://www.westsidestory.com/.

Image: Mihail Bojin via Flickr , CC 2.0

Sep
30
Sat
Meredith Enrolls at Ole Miss – Anniversary
Sep 30 all-day

Rioting broke out when James Meredith became the first African American to enroll in the all-white University of Mississippi. President Kennedy sent US troops to the area to force compliance with the law. Three people died in the fighting and 50 were injured. On June 6, 1966, Meredith was shot while participating in a civil rights march at Mississippi. On June 25, Meredith, barely recovered, rejoined the marchers near Jackson, MS.

Image: Wikimedia Commons

Sep
24
Tue
’60 Minutes’ television premiere – Anniversary
Sep 24 all-day

Sept 24, 1968. TVs longest-running prime-time program, and the first newsmagazine offering in-depth investigative reports and profiles, was originally hosted by Harry Reasoner and Mike Wallace. The shows correspondents have included Ed Bradley, Steve Kroft, Lesley Stahl, Morley Safer, Andy Rooney, Scott Pelley, Dan Rather, Diane Sawyer and Bob Simon. Tough interviewer Mike Wallace retired from the show in 2006.

Image: Wikimedia Commons

 

‘The Munsters’ television premiere – Anniversary
Sep 24 all-day

Herman Munster (Fred Gwynne) was Frankensteins monster; Lily, his wife (Yvonne DeCarlo), and Grandpa, her father (Al Lewis), were vampires; and his son, Eddie (Butch Patrick), was a werewolf. Only their niece, Marilyn (Beverly Owen and Pat Priest), looked normal, and they considered her the unattractive family member. Most of the shows laughs came from the family’s interactions with outsiders. The last telecast was on Sept 1, 1966.

Image: Wikimedia Commons

Sep
26
Thu
Jack LaLanne’s Birthday – Anniversary
Sep 26 all-day

Sept 26, 1914. The son of French immigrants, born at San Francisco, CA, was to become Americas fitness guru through his eponymous TV show and wacky stunts. The Jack LaLanne Show went national in 1959, and by the end of its run in the 1980s had 3,000 episodes. LaLanne, who kept a 30-inch waist, popularized the benefits of healthy living with amazing stunts, such as swimming handcuffed from Alcatraz Island to Fisherman’s Wharf while also towing a 1,000-pound boat (at age 60). LaLanne died Jan 23, 2011, at Morro Bay, CA, at age 96.

Image: Wikimedia Commons

West Side Story Premiere – Anniversary
Sep 26 all-day

Sept 26, 1957. Composer Leonard Bernsteins updated Romeo and Juliet musical premiered on Broadway and ran until 1960. Stephen Sondheim wrote the lyrics, Arthur Laurents wrote the book and Jerome Robbins created the choreography. Read more at http://www.westsidestory.com/.

Image: Mihail Bojin via Flickr , CC 2.0

Sep
30
Mon
Meredith Enrolls at Ole Miss – Anniversary
Sep 30 all-day

Rioting broke out when James Meredith became the first African American to enroll in the all-white University of Mississippi. President Kennedy sent US troops to the area to force compliance with the law. Three people died in the fighting and 50 were injured. On June 6, 1966, Meredith was shot while participating in a civil rights march at Mississippi. On June 25, Meredith, barely recovered, rejoined the marchers near Jackson, MS.

Image: Wikimedia Commons

Sep
24
Wed
’60 Minutes’ television premiere – Anniversary
Sep 24 all-day

Sept 24, 1968. TVs longest-running prime-time program, and the first newsmagazine offering in-depth investigative reports and profiles, was originally hosted by Harry Reasoner and Mike Wallace. The shows correspondents have included Ed Bradley, Steve Kroft, Lesley Stahl, Morley Safer, Andy Rooney, Scott Pelley, Dan Rather, Diane Sawyer and Bob Simon. Tough interviewer Mike Wallace retired from the show in 2006.

Image: Wikimedia Commons

 

‘The Munsters’ television premiere – Anniversary
Sep 24 all-day

Herman Munster (Fred Gwynne) was Frankensteins monster; Lily, his wife (Yvonne DeCarlo), and Grandpa, her father (Al Lewis), were vampires; and his son, Eddie (Butch Patrick), was a werewolf. Only their niece, Marilyn (Beverly Owen and Pat Priest), looked normal, and they considered her the unattractive family member. Most of the shows laughs came from the family’s interactions with outsiders. The last telecast was on Sept 1, 1966.

Image: Wikimedia Commons

Sep
26
Fri
Jack LaLanne’s Birthday – Anniversary
Sep 26 all-day

Sept 26, 1914. The son of French immigrants, born at San Francisco, CA, was to become Americas fitness guru through his eponymous TV show and wacky stunts. The Jack LaLanne Show went national in 1959, and by the end of its run in the 1980s had 3,000 episodes. LaLanne, who kept a 30-inch waist, popularized the benefits of healthy living with amazing stunts, such as swimming handcuffed from Alcatraz Island to Fisherman’s Wharf while also towing a 1,000-pound boat (at age 60). LaLanne died Jan 23, 2011, at Morro Bay, CA, at age 96.

Image: Wikimedia Commons

West Side Story Premiere – Anniversary
Sep 26 all-day

Sept 26, 1957. Composer Leonard Bernsteins updated Romeo and Juliet musical premiered on Broadway and ran until 1960. Stephen Sondheim wrote the lyrics, Arthur Laurents wrote the book and Jerome Robbins created the choreography. Read more at http://www.westsidestory.com/.

Image: Mihail Bojin via Flickr , CC 2.0

Sep
30
Tue
Meredith Enrolls at Ole Miss – Anniversary
Sep 30 all-day

Rioting broke out when James Meredith became the first African American to enroll in the all-white University of Mississippi. President Kennedy sent US troops to the area to force compliance with the law. Three people died in the fighting and 50 were injured. On June 6, 1966, Meredith was shot while participating in a civil rights march at Mississippi. On June 25, Meredith, barely recovered, rejoined the marchers near Jackson, MS.

Image: Wikimedia Commons

Sep
24
Thu
’60 Minutes’ television premiere – Anniversary
Sep 24 all-day

Sept 24, 1968. TVs longest-running prime-time program, and the first newsmagazine offering in-depth investigative reports and profiles, was originally hosted by Harry Reasoner and Mike Wallace. The shows correspondents have included Ed Bradley, Steve Kroft, Lesley Stahl, Morley Safer, Andy Rooney, Scott Pelley, Dan Rather, Diane Sawyer and Bob Simon. Tough interviewer Mike Wallace retired from the show in 2006.

Image: Wikimedia Commons

 

‘The Munsters’ television premiere – Anniversary
Sep 24 all-day

Herman Munster (Fred Gwynne) was Frankensteins monster; Lily, his wife (Yvonne DeCarlo), and Grandpa, her father (Al Lewis), were vampires; and his son, Eddie (Butch Patrick), was a werewolf. Only their niece, Marilyn (Beverly Owen and Pat Priest), looked normal, and they considered her the unattractive family member. Most of the shows laughs came from the family’s interactions with outsiders. The last telecast was on Sept 1, 1966.

Image: Wikimedia Commons

Sep
26
Sat
Jack LaLanne’s Birthday – Anniversary
Sep 26 all-day

Sept 26, 1914. The son of French immigrants, born at San Francisco, CA, was to become Americas fitness guru through his eponymous TV show and wacky stunts. The Jack LaLanne Show went national in 1959, and by the end of its run in the 1980s had 3,000 episodes. LaLanne, who kept a 30-inch waist, popularized the benefits of healthy living with amazing stunts, such as swimming handcuffed from Alcatraz Island to Fisherman’s Wharf while also towing a 1,000-pound boat (at age 60). LaLanne died Jan 23, 2011, at Morro Bay, CA, at age 96.

Image: Wikimedia Commons

West Side Story Premiere – Anniversary
Sep 26 all-day

Sept 26, 1957. Composer Leonard Bernsteins updated Romeo and Juliet musical premiered on Broadway and ran until 1960. Stephen Sondheim wrote the lyrics, Arthur Laurents wrote the book and Jerome Robbins created the choreography. Read more at http://www.westsidestory.com/.

Image: Mihail Bojin via Flickr , CC 2.0

Sep
30
Wed
Meredith Enrolls at Ole Miss – Anniversary
Sep 30 all-day

Rioting broke out when James Meredith became the first African American to enroll in the all-white University of Mississippi. President Kennedy sent US troops to the area to force compliance with the law. Three people died in the fighting and 50 were injured. On June 6, 1966, Meredith was shot while participating in a civil rights march at Mississippi. On June 25, Meredith, barely recovered, rejoined the marchers near Jackson, MS.

Image: Wikimedia Commons

Sep
24
Fri
’60 Minutes’ television premiere – Anniversary
Sep 24 all-day

Sept 24, 1968. TVs longest-running prime-time program, and the first newsmagazine offering in-depth investigative reports and profiles, was originally hosted by Harry Reasoner and Mike Wallace. The shows correspondents have included Ed Bradley, Steve Kroft, Lesley Stahl, Morley Safer, Andy Rooney, Scott Pelley, Dan Rather, Diane Sawyer and Bob Simon. Tough interviewer Mike Wallace retired from the show in 2006.

Image: Wikimedia Commons

 

‘The Munsters’ television premiere – Anniversary
Sep 24 all-day

Herman Munster (Fred Gwynne) was Frankensteins monster; Lily, his wife (Yvonne DeCarlo), and Grandpa, her father (Al Lewis), were vampires; and his son, Eddie (Butch Patrick), was a werewolf. Only their niece, Marilyn (Beverly Owen and Pat Priest), looked normal, and they considered her the unattractive family member. Most of the shows laughs came from the family’s interactions with outsiders. The last telecast was on Sept 1, 1966.

Image: Wikimedia Commons

Sep
26
Sun
Jack LaLanne’s Birthday – Anniversary
Sep 26 all-day

Sept 26, 1914. The son of French immigrants, born at San Francisco, CA, was to become Americas fitness guru through his eponymous TV show and wacky stunts. The Jack LaLanne Show went national in 1959, and by the end of its run in the 1980s had 3,000 episodes. LaLanne, who kept a 30-inch waist, popularized the benefits of healthy living with amazing stunts, such as swimming handcuffed from Alcatraz Island to Fisherman’s Wharf while also towing a 1,000-pound boat (at age 60). LaLanne died Jan 23, 2011, at Morro Bay, CA, at age 96.

Image: Wikimedia Commons

West Side Story Premiere – Anniversary
Sep 26 all-day

Sept 26, 1957. Composer Leonard Bernsteins updated Romeo and Juliet musical premiered on Broadway and ran until 1960. Stephen Sondheim wrote the lyrics, Arthur Laurents wrote the book and Jerome Robbins created the choreography. Read more at http://www.westsidestory.com/.

Image: Mihail Bojin via Flickr , CC 2.0

Sep
30
Thu
Meredith Enrolls at Ole Miss – Anniversary
Sep 30 all-day

Rioting broke out when James Meredith became the first African American to enroll in the all-white University of Mississippi. President Kennedy sent US troops to the area to force compliance with the law. Three people died in the fighting and 50 were injured. On June 6, 1966, Meredith was shot while participating in a civil rights march at Mississippi. On June 25, Meredith, barely recovered, rejoined the marchers near Jackson, MS.

Image: Wikimedia Commons

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