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Today is Sunday, November 3rd,  the 307th day of the year. There are 58

Larry Holmes

Larry Holmes

days remaining until the end of the year and 52 days remaining until Christmas.

HOLIDAYS and OBSERVANCES  Native American Heritage Month,

Aviation History Month, National Adoption Awareness Month, National

Epilepsy Month, Peanut Butter Lovers Month, National Sleep Comfort

Month, Chemistry Week, Housewife’s Day, Sandwich Day


Larry Holmes, 70, boxer

Mike Evans

Mike Evans

Kym Hampton, 57, basketball player

Leslie Shepherd, 50, basketball player

Sticky Fingaz, 46, singer

Derrick Alexander, 46, football player

Tariq Abdul Wahad, 46, basketball player

Darren Sharper, 44, basketball player

Jermaine Jones, 38, soccer player

Diff'rent Strokes

Diff’rent Strokes

Johnny Knox, 33, football player

Colin Kaepernick, 32, football player

Cameron 32, wrestler

Ty Lawson, 32, basketball player


Mike Evans, 69, actor (Lionel-All In The Family, Jeffersons) (d. 2006)


Skip James, 1969, blues musician (b. 1902)

Jesse Jackson

Jesse Jackson


1883 – Race riots in Danville, Virginia, 4 blacks killed.

1883 – U.S. Supreme Court decides Native Americans can’t be Americans.

1920 – “Emperor Jones” opens at Provincetown Theater.

1956 – “Wizard of Oz” 1st televised (CBS-TV).

1964 – LBJ (D) soundly defeats Barry Goldwater (R) for president.

Carol Moseley Braun

Carol Moseley Braun

1970 – Bob Gibson wins NL Cy Young Award.

1974 – Harold Ford elected U.S. Congressman from Tennessee.

1978 – First broadcast of “Diff’rent strokes” on NBC TV.

1983 – Jesse Jackson launches his 1st campaign for presidency (D)

1988 – Talk-show host Geraldo Rivera’s nose is broken as Roy Innis brawls with

skinheads at TV taping.

Charlie Wilson

Charlie Wilson

1992 – Bill Clinton (D) wins U.S. presidential election over President Bush (R).

1992 – Carol Moseley Braun elected first black woman in U.S. Senate.

1997 – California law ends affirmative action.

2009 – 23rd Soul Train Music Awards: Michael Jackson, Charlie Wilson &

Chaka Khan win.


As a Scorpio born on November 3rd, you are well known for your artistic talent, shyness and strong will. Similar to all Scorpios, your determination and will power is strong, which is why you are always capable of getting the job done. Although you have many talents, some of them artistic, you have no desire to be the center of attention. You are much more comfortable working behind the scenes to meet your goals. Your friends and family value your sensitivity, although they are sometimes left in the dark about your true feelings. You keep a large part of yourself hidden from the outside world, which may explain why others find you to be intriguingly mysterious.


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