Today's Celebrations

Humane Society Anniversary Day

JFK Remembered Day – 2013/ 50th anniversary

 Celebrity Birthdays

1940 - Terry Gilliam (73) - actor: Monty Python series, And Now for Something Completely Different, Life of Brian; director: Brazil, The Fisher King, Monty Python and the Holy Grail The surviving members of comedy group Monty Python have announced their reunion will be a live, one-off show in London next July.

1943 - Billie Jean King (Moffitt) (70) - International Tennis Hall of Famer & Women’s Sports Hall of Famer: 20 Wimbledon titles incl. singles champion [1966-1968, 1972, 1973, 1975], Australian Open Champion [1968], French Open Champion [1972], US Open Champion [1967. 1971, 1972, 1974], AP Female Athlete of the Year [1967, 1973], Sports Illustrated Sportswoman of the Year [1973]; founder of Women’s Sports Foundation and WomenSports magazine

1958 - Jamie Lee Curtis (55) - actress: A Fish Called Wanda, Forever Young, Halloween ’78, Halloween 2: The The Nightmare Isn’t Over!, Trading Places, True Lies, My Girl, Mother’s Boys, Love Letters, Anything But Love,Dominick & Eugene, Operation Petticoat; daughter of actors Tony Curtis and Janet Leigh

1961 - Mariel Hemingway (52) - actress: Delirious, Falling from Grace, Lipstick, Personal Best, The Suicide Club, Superman 4: The Quest for Peace, Manhattan, Civil Wars, Star 80

1984 - Scarlett Johansson (29) - actress: The Horse Whisperer, My Brother the Pig, The Man Who Wasn’t There, An American Rhapsody

Tabloid News

Brooklyn Bar Raises Drinking Age to 25 Because Young People Are Annoying

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Phil’s Crummy Corner will only serve alcohol to patrons 25 and older on weekend nights. The decision comes after hordes of complaints from nearby residents about rowdy, loud late-night crowds—often present at the “family restaurant” until 4a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays.

Now, 21-24-year-olds will have to look elsewhere for their vodka-Redbulls. Phil’s manager, Isabel Santiago, explained “Their quality of life is our concern,” she said, presumably referring to the masses of binge-drinking youths known to frequent her establishment. Phil’s is apparently working to create a “quiet family place,” and has recently hired a bouncer.

A resident who lives near Phil’s said “You will be shocked about the number of conversations you can hear from my bed,” “They’re animals. Friday and Saturday night, it’s like animal town.”

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