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On This Day September 13th

On This Day in history:

1503- Michelangelo began work on "David."

1788- New York City is named the capital of the United States.

1789- The United States Government took out its first loan.

1906- Europe completed its first airplane flight.

1948- New York City's "School of Performing Arts" opened.  It was the first public school to focus on and specialize in performing arts.

1954- Judy Garland graced the cover of "Life" magazine.

1963- Philips company debuted the cassette tape.

1965- "Yesterday/Act Naturally" was released by the Beatles.

1970- The first New York City Marathon happened.

1985- Sting started his first solo tour to promote the album "Dream Of The Blue Turtles."

1993- "Late Night with Conan O'Brien" debuted on NBC.

1998- Mel B from the girl-band "Spice Girls" married Jimmy Gulzarof.


1977- Fiona Apple, Musician

1980- Ben Savage, "Boy Meets World"

1971- Stella McCartney

1969- Tyler Perry

1946- Frank Marshall



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