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Today is Sunday, April 22nd, the 112th day of the year.  There are 253,

days remaining until then end of the year.

HOLIDAYS and OBSERVANCES National Autism Awareness Month,

Byron Allen

Byron Allen

National Child Abuse Prevention Month, National Humor Month, Lawn

and Garden Month, International Guitar Month, National Poetry Month,

National Pecan Month, Sexual Assault Awareness Month, Stress Awareness

Month, National Administrative Assistants Week, National Karaoke Week,

National Jelly Bean Day, International Earth Day, Girl Scout Leader day

CELEBRITY BIRTHDAYS

Sherri Shepherd

Sherri Shepherd

Mel Carter, 79, singer/actor

Spencer Haywood, 69, basketball player

Byron Allen, 57, comedian/TV show host

Sherri Shepherd, 51, comedian/talk show host

Harvey Williams, 51, football player

Bimbo Coles, 50, basketball player

Marshawn Lynch, 32, football player

Marshawn Lynch

Marshawn Lynch

DeJuan Blair, 29, basketball player

HISTORIC BIRTHDAYS

Charles Mingus, 96, bassist/bandleader (d. 1979)

Paul Chambers, 83, bassist (Miles Davis Quintet) (d. 1969)

Phil Smith, 66, basketball player (d. 2002)

DEATHS

Earl Hines, 1983, pianist (b. 1903)

Huey Newton, 1989, Black Panther leader (b. 1942)

ON THIS DATE IN HISTORY

Huey Newton

Huey Newton

1526 – 1st slave revolt occurs in South Carolina.

1864 – The U.S. Congress passes the Coinage Act of 1864 that mandates

that the inscription, “In God We Trust” be placed on all coins minted

as U.S. currency.

1969 – Joe Frazier KOs Dave Zyglewick in 1 round for the heavyweight

boxing title.

1970 – The first Earth Day is celebrated.

Joe Frazier

Joe Frazier

1994 – Michael Moorer beats Evander Holyfield in 12 rounds for the

heavyweight boxing title.

1995 – George Foreman beats Axel Schultz in 12 rounds for the

heavyweight boxing title.

1998 – Disney’s Animal Kingdom opens at Walt Disney World in

Orlando.

HOROSCOPE

Although choosing a career is always difficult, your natural abilities will give you several career paths to explore. Sensitive and social, you may take a humanitarian career, such as teaching or counseling. In the same sense, your artistic inclinations could lead you on a path of expression, much like Peter Frampton who was also born on April 22nd. If your passions draw you into the world of entertainment, you may do well in the film or television industry, which was the case for Jack Nicholson, another of your celebrity birthday twins.

 

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Today is Saturday, April 21st, the 111th of the year.  There are 254

days remaining until the end of the year.

Carnell Williams

Carnell Williams

HOLIDAYS and OBSERVANCES National Autism Awareness Month,

National Child Abuse Prevention Month, National Humor Month, Lawn

and Garden Month, International Guitar Month, Keep America Beautiful

Month, National Poetry Month, National Pecan Month, Sexual Assault

Awareness Month, Stress Awareness Month, Administrative Assistants

Week, National Karaoke Week, Kindergarten Day

CELEBRITY BIRTHDAYS

Gary Grant, 53, basketball player

Nina Simone

Nina Simone

Brian J. White, 43, actor

Terrence J, 36, TV show host/actor

Carnell Williams, 36, football player

Tavaris Jackson, 35, football player

Rodney Stuckey, 32, basketball player

HISTORIC BIRTHDAYS

Al Wilson

Al Wilson

DEATHS

Nina Simone, 2003, singer/activist (b. 1933)

Al Wilson, 2008, singer (b. 1939)

Prince, 2016, singer (b. 1958)

ON THIS DATE IN HISTORY

1865 – Abraham Lincoln’s funeral train leaves Washington.

1878 – First Lady Lucy Hayes begins egg rolling contest on White

House lawn.

1892 – Black longshoremen strike for higher wages in St. Louis.

Eddie Murray

Eddie Murray

1952 – Secretaries Day (now Administrative Professional’s Day)

is first celebrated.

1994 – Eddie Murray sets record for switch hit HRs in games

(11 times).

2016 – Music legend, Prince is found dead at his home in Paisley Park of an apparent accidental

drug overdose.

HOROSCOPE

The Taurus is subject to the planetary ruler of Venus and as you were born in the first Decan, or part of the sign, the power of Venus has twice the influence on your personality. Being the planet of harmony, Venus’s influence can be witnessed in your warmth, sociability and appreciation of beauty. More so than any of the other Taurus Decans, your planetary influence makes you loving and sensual. There is little in life you want more than to love and be loved. In all aspects of life, you are loyal and faithful, which is one of your greatest strengths. In love, find a partner that shares in your loyalty and appreciation of comfort, as this pairing will bring you the most happiness.

 

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Today is Friday, April 20th, the 110th day of the year.  There are 255

Shemar Moore

Shemar Moore

days remaining until the end of the year.

HOLIDAYS and OBSERVANCES  National Autism Awareness Month,

National Child Abuse Prevention Month, National Humor Month, Lawn

and Garden Month, International Guitar Month, National Pecan Month,

National Poetry Month, Stress Awareness Month, Sexual Assault

Awareness Month, Administrative Assistants Week, National Karaoke

Week, Patriot’s Day, Volunteer Recognition Day

Lionel Hampton

Lionel Hampton

CELEBRITY BIRTHDAYS

Shemar Moore, 48, actor

Stephen Marley, 46, reggae singer

Lamond Murray, 45, basketball player

Killer Mike, 43, rapper

Danny Granger, 35, basketball player

Donavan Weatherspoon, 28, web star

Luther Vandross

Luther Vandross

HISTORIC BIRTHDAYS

Dr. Lloyd A. Hall, 124, pioneering food chemist (d. 1971)

Lionel Hampton, 110, orchestra leader/vibraphone improviser (d. 2002)

Luther Vandross, 67, singer (d. 2005)

DEATHS

Victims and shooters of the Columbine High School massacre 1999

Dorothy Height, 2010, civil rights activist (b. 1912)

Dorothy Height

Dorothy Height

Rubin “Hurricane” Carter, 2014, boxer/murder convictions overturned (b. 1938)

ON THIS DATE IN…

1866 – Fisk University opened in Nashville, Tn.

1962 – New Orleans Citizens Co. gives free 1-way ride to blacks to move North.

1964 – 86% of black students boycott Cleveland schools.

1971 – U.S. Supreme Court upholds use of busing to achieve racial desegregation.

Michael Jordan

Michael Jordan

1986 – Michael Jordan sets NBA playoff record with 63 points in a game.

1996 – Chicago Bulls win record a then 72 games in a season.

1999 – Columbine High School massacre: Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold kill

13 people and injure 24 others before committing suicide at Columbine High

School located in Jefferson County, Colorado.

HOROSCOPE

Being a Taurus born on April 20th, your determined and grounded nature are amongst your most defining qualities. Although the earthly, practical influence of the Taurus are paramount of your personality, your birthday also falls on the cusp of the Aries sign. In this sense, you may notice the subtle influence of Aries contributing to an adventurous and optimistic streak in your personality. When your combination of astrological influences are considered, it is no surprise that you rarely suffer from a lack of positivity.

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Today is Thursday, April 19th, the 109th day of the year.  There are 256

days remaining until the end of the year.

HOLIDAYS and OBSERVANCES  National Autism Awareness Month,

Midnight Star

Midnight Star

National Child Abuse Prevention Month, National Humor Month, Lawn

and Garden Month, Keep America Beautiful Month, National Pecan Month,

National Poetry Month, Stress Awareness Month, Sexual Assault Awareness

Month, International Guitar Month, Administrative Assistants Week,

National Karaoke Week, National Garlic Day

CELEBRITY BIRTHDAYS

Suge Knight

Suge Knight

Belinda Lipscomb, 61, singer (Midnight Star)

Bo Watson, 61, singer (Midnight Star)

Suge Knight, 53, record producer

Troy Polamalu, 37, football player

Candace Parker, 32, basketball player

HISTORIC BIRTHDAYS

Bernie Worrell, 75, keyboardist (Parliament/Funkadellic) (d. 2016)

DEATHS

ON THIS DATE IN…

Candace parker

Candace parker

1775 – The American Revolutionary War begins as Black and White

minutemen win an American victory in Concord during the battles

of Lexington and Concord.

1842 – Final battle of the Second Seminole War ends near Lake Apopka.

1965 – T.A.M.I. (Teenage American Music International) Show premiers

in London.

Guy Bluford

Guy Bluford

1972 – Stationed in Germany, Major Gen. Fredric E. Davidson becomes

the first Black to lead an Army division.

1982 – Guion Bluford announced as 1st Black astronaut.

1986 – Michael Spinks beats Larry Holmes in 15 rounds for the

heavyweight title.

1991 – Evander Holyfield beats George Foreman in 12 rounds for the

Evander Holyfield

Evander Holyfield

heavyweight boxing title.

1994-Rodney King awarded $3,800,000.00 in compensation for police

beating.

1995 – Oklahoma City bombing:  The Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma is bombed, killing 168.

HOROSCOPE Being an Aries born on April 1st, your ambition and vigor are amongst your most defining qualities. In all matters of life, you are ambitious and hard working. This quality is reflected in your current success, but more so, is a testament to the levels of success that you wish to reach in the future. Those closest to you have witnessed your ability to motivate yourself and put in an endless amount of energy to reach your goals. You would be surprised as to how many admirers your hard work has earned you.

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Today is Wednesday, April 18th, the 108th day of the year.  There are 257

Robert Hooks

Robert Hooks

days remaining until the end of the year.

HOLIDAYS and OBSERVANCES  National Autism Awareness Month,

National Child Abuse Prevention Month, National Humor Month, Lawn

and Garden Month, International Guitar Month, National Pecan Month,

Keep America Beautiful Month, National Poetry Month, Sexual Assault

Awareness Month, Stress Awareness Month, Organize Your Files Week,

Derrick Brooks

Derrick Brooks

International Juggler’s Day, Newspaper Columnist Day

CELEBRITY BIRTHDAYS

Robert Hooks, 81, actor

Nate “Tiny” Archibald, 70, basketball player

Wilbert Marshall, 56, football player

Fredro Starr, 47, rapper

Kourtney Kardashian

Kourtney Kardashian

Derrick Brooks, 44, football player

Kourtney Kardashian, 39, reality star

HISTORIC BIRTHDAYS

Pigmeat Markham, 114, comedian (d. 1981)

Clarence “Gatemouth” Brown (d. 2005)

DEATHS

Bernard Edwards, 1996, bass player/producer (Chic)  (b. 1952)

Sam Mills, 2005, football player (b. 1959)

Bernard Edwards

Bernard Edwards

Dick Clark, 2012, TV host/producer (b. 1929)

ON THIS DATE IN HISTORY

1783 – Fighting ceases in the American Revolution, eight years

to the day since it began.

1818 – Blacks & Indians defeated in the Battle of Sewanee in the Seminole

War.

Bill Russell

Bill Russell

1864 – 200 Black troops massacred by Confederates in Tennessee.

1946 – Jackie Robinson debuts as second baseman for the Montreal

Royals.

1955 – First “Walk/Don’t Walk” lighted street signals installed.

1966 – Bill Russell became the 1st Black coach in NBA history.

Alice Walker

Alice Walker

1977 – Alex Haley, author of “Roots”, awarded the Pulitzer Prize.

1983 – Pulitzer Prize awarded to Alice Walker for “The Color Purple”.

1994 – Arsenio Hall announces he will end his show in May 1994.

1995 – Margo Jefferson receives Pulitzer Prize for criticism.

HOROSCOPE

It is always difficult to settle on the right career, but luckily, you have abilities that will give you many employment options to explore. Your creativity could take you into a career of artistic expression, just as easily it could take you into fields such as graphic design or advertising. At the same, your ambition and leadership abilities would be well-suited for business, management or administration. If you are drawn to the world of entertainment, you do well in media or journalism, much like Rachel Maddow, who was also born on April 1st. If you are musically inclined, you may captivate audiences, much like Susan Boyle, another of your celebrity birthday twins.

 

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Today is Tuesday, April 17th, the 107th day of the year.  There are 258

days remaining until the end of the year.

Daffy Duck

Daffy Duck

HOLIDAYS and OBSERVANCES National Autism Awareness Month,

National Child Abuse Prevention Month, National Humor Month, Lawn

and Garden Month, International Guitar Month, National Pecan Month,

Stress Awareness Month, Sexual Assault Awareness Month, National

Poetry Month, Keep America Beautiful Month, Organize Your Files Week,

Bat Appreciation Day, National Cheese Ball Day

CELEBRITY BIRTHDAYS

Daffy Duck, 81, animated cartoon character

Lela Roshon

Lela Roshon

Lela Roshon, 54, actress

Kimberly Elise, 50, actress

Redman, 48, rapper

Tami Roman, 47, reality star

Theo Ratliff, 45, basketball player

C.J. Watson, 33, basketball player

HISTORIC BIRTHDAYS

DEATHS

Kimberly Elise

Kimberly Elise

Ralph Abernathy, 1990, Civil Rights Leader (b. 1936)

ON THIS DATE IN HISTORY

1758 – Francis Williams, first U.S. Black college grad, publishes poems.

1920 – American Professional Football Association (NFL) forms.

1939 – Joe Louis KOs Jack Roper in 1 for heavyweight boxing title.

1947 – Jackie Robinson bunts for his 1st major league hit.

1964 – Ford Mustang is introduced to the North American market.

1969 – Sirhan Sirhan is convicted of assassinating Robert F. Kennedy

Julius Erving

Julius Erving

1987 – Julius Erving becomes the 3rd NBA player to score 30,000

points.

.HOROSCOPE

The elemental pair of the Aries is fire and of all the zodiac signs, you have the only cardinal relationship with fire. Your special elemental connection gives your personality the spark of a leader and initiator. When something grabs your interest, it is the influence of fire that fuels a burning passion deep within your being. As you embrace fire’s positive influences, you will continue on a path to success. However, you should be aware of the challenges of your elemental influence, which include impatience and impulsiveness.

 

 

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Today is Monday, April 16th, the 106th day of the year.  There are 259

days remaining until the end of the year.

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

HOLIDAYS and OBSERVANCES National Autism Awareness Month,

National Child Abuse Prevention Month, National Humor Month, Lawn

and Garden Month, International Guitar Month, National Pecan Month,

Stress Awareness Month, Sexual Assault Awareness Month, National

Poetry Month, Organize Your Files Week, National Librarian Day,

National Stress Awareness Day, Emancipation Day (Wash., D.C.)

CELEBRITY BIRTHDAYS

Martin Lawrence

Martin Lawrence

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, 71, basketball legend

Martin Lawrence, 53, comedian

Walt Williams, 48, basketball player

Akon, 45, singer

Keon Clark, 43, basketball player

Jonathan Vilma, 37, football player

Boris Diaw, 36, basketball player

Pigmeat Markham

Pigmeat Markham

Luol Deng, 33, basketball player

Chance The Rapper, 25, rapper

HISTORIC BIRTHDAYS

Pigmeat Markham, 102, comedian (d. 1981)

Dick “Night Train” Lane, 91, football player (d. 2002)

Roy Hamilton, 89, singer (d. 1969)

Ed Townsend, 89, songwriter/producer (d. 2003)

DEATHS

Ralph Ellison, 1994, author (b. 1913)

Ralph Ellison

Ralph Ellison

Victims in the Va. Tech Massacre, 2007

ON THIS DATE IN HISTORY

1724 – 1st Easter observed.

1862 – The District of Columbia Compensated Emancipation Act, a

bill ending slavery in the District of Columbia, becomes law.

1869 – Ebenezer Bassett, 1st Black U.S. diplomat, begins service in

Haiti.

1963 – Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. pens his “Letter From A Birmingham

Martin Luther King Jr.

Martin Luther King Jr.

Jail” while incarcerated in Birmingham, Alabama for protesting

against segregation.

1965 – Major General B.O. Davis Jr. becomes Lt. General, highest

rank held by a Black in the U.S. Armed Forces.

1977 – Alex Haley finds his “Roots” in Juffure, Gambia.

1980 – Arthur Ashe retires from professional tennis.

1987 – August Wilson’s “Fences” wins the Pulitzer Prize for drama.

1993 – Jury reaches guilty verdict in Federal case against police

Alex Haley

Alex Haley

officer who beat Rodney King, but the verdict is not read until

April 17th.

2003 – Michael Jordan plays his last NBA game.

2007 – Virginia Tech massacre: the deadliest mass shooting in

modern American history.  The gunman, Seung-Hui Cho, kills

32 people and injures 23 others before committing suicide.

HOROSCOPE

Being an Aries born on April 16th, your optimism and generosity are amongst your most defining qualities. You are definitely a people person, which is assisted by your ability to see the best in everyone you meet. This same positive attitude can be witnessed in all aspects of your life, as you can always see the “silver lining” in the most seemingly bleak situations. Your friends and family often marvel at your optimism, but it may be your generosity that they appreciate the most. You are a natural giver and would do just about anything to help a loved one in need.

 

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Today is Sunday, April 15th, the 105th day of the year.  There are 260

days remaining until the end of the year.

Michael Cooper

Michael Cooper

HOLIDAYS and OBSERVANCES National Autism Awareness Month,

National Child Abuse Prevention Month, National Humor Month, Lawn

and Garden Month, International Guitar Month, National Pecan Month,

Stress Awareness Month, Sexual Assault Awareness Month, National

Poetry Month, Organize Your Files Week, Titanic Remembrance Day,

Tax Day, Rubber Eraser Day, Jackie Robinson Day

CELEBRITY BIRTHDAYS

Evelyn Ashford

Evelyn Ashford

Michael Cooper, 62, basketball player/coach

Evelyn Ashford, 61, Olympic track star

Benjamin Zephaniah, 60, author

Darren Smith, 48, football player

Flex Alexander, 48, actor

Milton Bradley, 40, baseball player

Damien Wayans, 38, actor

Rodney Carney, 34, basketball player

Ester Dean, 32, singer

A. Phillip Randolph

A. Phillip Randolph

Iyaz, 31, singer

HISTORIC BIRTHDAYS

A. Phillip Randolph, 129, civil rights/labor leader (d. 1979)

Bessie Smith, 124, singer (d. 1937)

Harold Washington, 96, politician (d. 1987)

Walt Hazzard, 76, basketball player/coach

DEATHS

Pres. Abraham Lincoln

Pres. Abraham Lincoln

Abraham Lincoln, 1865, President of the United States (b. 1809)

ON THIS DATE IN HISTORY

1783 – Preliminary articles of peace ending the Revolutionary War are

ratified.

1865 – Abraham Lincoln, 16th President of the United States,

assassinated by John Wilkes Booth.

1923 – Insulin becomes available for use by people with diabetes.

1947 – Jackie Robinson debuts for the Brooklyn Dodgers, breaking

Quincy Jones

Quincy Jones

baseball’s color line.

1955 – McDonald’s Restaurants dates its founding to the opening of

a franchise restaurant by Ray Kroc, in Des Plaines, Illinois.

1960 – At Shaw University in Raleigh, North Carolina, Ella Baker leads

a conference that results in the creation of the Student Nonviolent

Coordinating Committee.

1965 – James Baldwin’s “Amen Corner” premieres in New York City.

In Living Color

In Living Color

1972 – Quincy Jones and others performs at a benefit for George

McGovern for President campaign.

1990 – “In Living Color” premieres on Fox-TV.

1991 – Magic Johnson sets NBA record for career assists with 9,898.

2013 – Two bombs explode near the finish line at the Boston Marathon

killing 3 people and injuring 264 others.

HOROSCOPE

Your gifts of leadership and generosity are a rare combination and subsequently, create many career opportunities for you choose from. You may do well in humanitarian careers, such as non-profit fundraising, social work or education. While its hard to duplicate the work of Leonardo Da Vinci, who was also born on April 15th, your intellectual passions could lead you to similar philosophical heights. On the other hand, your need for adventure may draw you into the world of entertainment or film, which as the path of Emma Watson, another of your celebrity birthday twins.

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Today is Saturday, April 14th, the 104th day of the year.  There are 261

Cynthia Cooper

Cynthia Cooper

days remaining until the end of the year.

HOLIDAYS and OBSERVANCES  National Autism Month,

National Child Abuse Prevention Month, National Humor

Month, International Guitar Month, Lawn and Garden Month,

National Pecan Month, Stress Awareness Month, Sexual Assault

Awareness Month, National Poetry Month, Keep America

Beautiful Month, Organize Your Files Week, National Pecan Day

Da Brat

Da Brat

CELEBRITY BIRTHDAYS

Cynthia Cooper, 55, basketball player

David Justice, 52, baseball player

DJ Pooh, 49, producer

Da Brat, 44, rapper

Anderson Silva, 43, MMA fighter

Antwon Tanner, 43, actor

Benjamin Franklin

Benjamin Franklin

Joe Haden, 29, football player

HISTORICAL BIRTHDAYS

DEATHS

George Jackson, 2013, singer/songwriter (b. 1945)

ON THIS DATE IN HISTORY

1775 – The first abolition society in North America is established by

Benjamin Franklin and Benjamin Rush.

1865 – U.S. President Abraham Lincoln is shot in Ford’s Theatre by

John Wilkes Booth.  (He died April 15th.)

Elston Howard

Elston Howard

1955 – Elston Howard becomes the 1st Black to wear Yankee uniform.

1969 – Student Afro-American Society seized at Columbia College.

1971 – The Supreme Court upheld busing as a means to achieve

racial desegregation.

2003 – The Human Genome Project is completed with 99% of the

human genome sequenced to an accuracy of 99.99%.

HOROSCOPE

Fire is the paired element of the Aries and in fact, you have the only cardinal connection with fire of all the zodiac signs. Your special connection with fire gives your personality the self-starting qualities of a spark becoming a flame. Similarly, it is the power of fire that connects to the deep burning passion that defines you. When you are working towards a goal, your inner flame games even more strength and fortitude. As you embrace fire’s positive qualities, you will continue to work toward success. Fire does not come without its challenges however; overcoming the impatience and impulsiveness of fire will be a lifelong challenge.

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Today is Friday, April 13th, the 103rd day of the year. There are 262

days remaining until the end of the year.

HOLIDAYS and OBSERVANCES  National Autism Awareness Month,

National Child Abuse Prevention Month, National Humor Month, Keep

America Beautiful Month, International Guitar Month, National Poetry

Month, National Pecan Month, Stress Awareness Month, Sexual Assault

Awareness Month, Organize Your Files Week, Scrabble Day, National Peach

Cobbler Day

CELEBRITY BIRTHDAYS

Al Green, 72, singer

Peabo Bryson, 67, singer

Wayne Lewis, 61, keyboardist (Atlantic Star)

Dana Barros, 51, basketball player

Ted Washington, 50, basketball player

Charles “Bo” Outlaw, 47, basketball player

Baron Davis, 39, basketball player

Quentin Richardson, 38, basketball player

Tyrone Griffin, 33, rapper

Josh Gordon, 27, football player

Melvin Gordon, 25, football player

HISTORIC BIRTHDAYS

Lucy C. Laney, 164, educator (d. 1933)

Nella Larsen, 127, novelist (d. 1964)

Louis Johnson, 63, bassist/vocalist (Brothers Johnson) (d. 2015)

DEATHS

ON THIS DATE IN…

1907 – Harlem Hospital opens in New York, N.Y.

1944 – South Carolina rejects black suffrage.

1946 – Eddie Klepp, a white pitcher signed by defending Negro League

champ Cleveland Buckeyes, is barred from field in Birmingham Alabama

1954 – Milwaukee Braves’ Hank Aaron’s 1st game.

1964 – Sidney Portier won Academy Award for Best Actor.

1965 – 1st U.S. Senate Black page, Lawrence W. Bradford Jr., 16, appointed

by N.Y. Sen. Jacob Javits.

1997 – 61st Golf Masters Championship: Tiger Woods at 21 (270 18

under par).

2004 – Barry Bonds hits his 661st career home run, passing Willie Mays

on the all-time list.

2014 – Manny Pacquiao defeats Timothy Bradley to regain his WBO

welterweight boxing title.

HOROSCOPE 

As an Aries born on April 13th, your optimism and adventurous qualities are amongst your most defining qualities. You have the unique ability to see the best in most people or situations, which allows you to stay upbeat and positive. Your optimistic world view is paired nicely with your fun-loving sense of adventure. You never shy away from an opportunity to have a new and exciting experience. There is little that you would not try at least once, as you are a true adventurer at heart.

 

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