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    Birthday: July 22, 1946 Nationality: American Famous: Humanitarian Black Actors Also Known As: Danny Lebern Glover Sun Sign: Cancer Age: 72 Years Born in: San Francisco, California, U.S. Famous as: American actor Spouse/Ex-: Eliane Cavalleiro Asake Bomani father: James Glover mother: Carrie Glover children: Mandisa Glover Personality: ESFJ Founder/Co-Founder: Robey Theatre Company Net worth: $40 million as of Jan 27, 2017 education: San Francisco State University (1997), George Washington High School, City College of San Francisco awards: 1989 - CableACE Award 1996 - CableACE Award 1989 - NAACP Image Award 1990 - NAACP Image Awards 1995 - NAACP Image Awards 1999 - NAACP Image Awards 2001 - NAACP Image Awards 1991 - Independent Spirit Award 2002 - Jamerican International Film Festival 2008 - Karlovy Vary International Film Festival 2003 - Los Angeles Pan African Film Festival 1993 - MTV Movie Award 1993 - San Francisco International Film Festival 1994 - Women in Film Crystal Awards Danny Glover is a successful actor, producer and political activist of American origin. He has proved his acting prowess by playing various types of characters. As a versatile actor, he played warm and sympathetic characters and abominable villains with equal élan. Starting his career in city administration, he shifted his focus towards acting by joining Black Actors’ Workshop. After making his debut in the film ‘Escape from Alcataz’, he also made his mark as a notable actor on stage. His name was nominated for Emmy Awards several times. Besides securing a place as an accomplished actor, he produced a number of successful films as an executive producer of Robey Theatre Company which he set up along with actor Ben Guillory. Later, he worked as a voice actor in several children’s films. He ventured into the field of direction and directed ‘Override’, a short film. He takes keen interest in politics and as a political activist, he criticised George W. Bush by referring Bush as a racist. While studying at San Francisco University, he was actively involved with Black Students Union. Besides acting as an active board member of the TransAfrican Forum, he is also a board member of several organizations like The Black AIDS Institute, The Algebra Project and Walden House. Trivia To support 375 Union workers in Ohio City, in March 2010, this famous personality urged all actors at the 2010 Academy Awards to boycott Hugo Boss suits owing to Hugo Boss AG’s decision to close a manufacturing plant in Ohio.
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    1933 Wiley Post became the first person to fly solo around the world. 1934 John Dillinger was shot to death outside Chicago's Biograph Theater. 1937 Franklin D. Roosevelt's "court packing" scheme was rejected by the U.S. Senate. 1975 Congress restored Confederate general Robert E. Lee's U.S. citizenship. 1990 Greg LeMond won his third Tour de France. A Minnesota native, Lemond was the first American to win the great French cycling race. 2003 Saddam Hussein's sons, Uday and Ousay, were killed in a firefight. 2013 Prince George of Cambridge is born. He is the first child of Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge. **********************************************************************************DAILY EXTRA************************************************** 1796....................................Cleveland, Ohio, was founded by Gen. Moses Cleaveland. Cleveland is the second-largest city in Ohio and the seat of Cuyahoga County. It is located in the northeast part of the state on Lake Erie. In the colonial era, the Cleveland area was known as the Connecticut Western Reserve, part of a land grant made to Connecticut by King Charles II in 1662. The city was founded in 1796 by Gen. Moses Cleaveland, who was the head surveyor of the Connecticut Land Company. This company had bought 3 million acres in what is now northern Ohio. A permanent settlement was founded in 1799, named after the general, and the spelling was shortened to Cleveland. The city was incorporated in 1836. Cleveland's industrial growth was stimulated by the opening of the Ohio and Erie canals in 1832 and, later, by the advent of the Civil War, with the increasing demand for machinery, railroad equipment, ships, and other items. Today, the port of Cleveland is the largest overseas general cargo port on Lake Erie. Greater Cleveland has long been famous as a durable goods manufacturing area. Following the national trend, however, Cleveland has been shifting to a more services-based economy. Greater Cleveland is a world corporate center for leading national and multinational companies in industries ranging from transportation, insurance, retailing, and utilities, to commercial banking and finance. The city's cultural attractions include the Cleveland Museum of Art and the Cleveland Orchestra, one of the country's most highly acclaimed symphony orchestras. Jacobs Field, a major league ballpark, and the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame also draw thousands of visitors to the city. City Council President Frank Jackson defeated incumbent Jane Campbell in the November 2005 mayoral election. He was re-elected in 2009.
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    Birthday: July 21, 1951 Nationality: American Famous: Quotes By Robin Williams Actors Also Known As: Robin McLaurin Williams Sun Sign: Cancer Died At Age: 63 Born in: Chicago Famous as: American stand-up comedian Spouse/Ex-: Susan Schneider (m. 2011), Marsha Garces (m. 1989–2008), Valerie Velardi (m. 1978–1988) father: Robert Williams mother: Laurie Williams siblings: Robert Todd Williams children: Cody Alan Williams, Zachary Pym Williams, Zelda Rae Williams Died on: August 11, 2014 place of death: California Diseases & Disabilities: Asperger's Syndrome, Depression, Parkinson's Disease Personality: ENFP City, States, Provinces & Districts: Illinois Cause of Death: Suicide Net worth: $130 million education: Detroit Country Day School, Redwood High School, Claremont McKenna College awards: 1997 - Academy Awards For Best Supporting Actor 1987 - Academy Awards For Individual Performance in a Variety or Music Program 1988 - Academy Awards For Individual Performance in a Variety or Music Program 1978 - Golden Globe Awards For Best Actor 1987 - Golden Globe Awards For Best Actor 1991 - Golden Globe Awards For Best Actor 1993 - Golden Globe Awards For Best Actor 2005 - Golden Globe Awards For Cecil B. DeMille Award 1996 - Screen Actors Guild Awards For Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture 1997 - Screen Actors Guild Awards For Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role 1994 - American Comedy Awards Funniest Actor in a Motion Picture Robin Williams, the funnyman who made not just America but the whole world laugh at his wonderful antics, was an American actor and comedian loved equally by both kids and adults for his quirky expressions, charming clumsiness, and innocent yet witty dialogues. Even though more famous as a comedian, Williams was a very talented personality who could pull off a very serious role with the same ease as he performed a comedic one. Thrice nominated for the coveted Academy Awards, he won it once for his much acclaimed performance in the movie ‘Good Will Hunting’. The son of a senior executive, showbiz seemed to be an unlikely career path for the young Robin. As a boy he always joked around at school and made others laugh with his jokes, no doubt his classmates voted him the “Funniest”! He began his career as a stand-up comedian where he found success. One thing led to another and soon he was on television doing comedy shows. The hit sitcom ‘Mork & Mindy’ made him so popular that he realized that he was meant for greater success. Thus, he entered the world of movies and became the funnyman everyone fell in love with. Williams married thrice. His first marriage was to Valarie Velardi in 1978 with whom he had a son. Their marriage unraveled due to his alcoholism and infidelity. He married Marsha Garces, his son’s nanny, in 1989. The couple went on to have two children. This marriage too, did not last long and ended in divorce. His third marriage was to graphic designer Susan Schneider in 2011. Williams had always had problems with alcoholism and drug abuse. He also suffered from depression. He was discovered unconscious by his personal assistant on 11 August 2014 and the doctors declared him dead shortly afterwards. His death is believed to be a result of suicide.
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    1861 Confederate forces won victory at Bull Run in the first major battle of the Civil War. 1873 The first train robbery west of the Mississippi was pulled off by Jesse James and his gang. 1925 In the "Monkey Trial," John T. Scopes was found guilty of violating Tennessee state law by teaching evolution. 1949 The U.S. Senate ratified the North Atlantic Treaty. 1998 Astronaut Alan Shepard died. 2002 WorldCom filed for bankruptcy, then the largest bankruptcy in U.S. history. *************************************************************************************DAILY EXTRA*********************************************** 1970.........................................The Aswan High Dam was opened in Egypt. Aswan or Assuan both: äswän´, ăswăn´ [key], city (1986 pop. 190,579), capital of Aswan governorate, S Egypt, on the Nile River at the First Cataract. It is one of the driest cities in the world. Long famous as a winter resort and commercial center, the city has become an important industrial center since the start nearby of hydroelectricity production in 1960. A chemical fertilizer plant is the largest of the new industries. Iron ore and hematite are mined in the vicinity. The city was called Syene or Seveneh in the Bible and is described as the southern limit of Egypt. It was a trade center, serving as the gateway to Sudan and Ethiopia, and was the place where the annual Nile flood was first sighted in Egypt. From the syenite quarries nearby came stone for the temples and statuary of the Pharaohs. On Elephantine island, in the Nile opposite Aswan, and Philae island (submerged by the Aswan High Dam complex), south of the city, are found ancient Egyptian and Roman ruins. Aga Khan III (1877–1957), leader of the Muslim Ismailis , is buried in Aswan.
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    Nick Name: Lord of Asia, Shahanshah of Persia, Pharaoh of Egypt, Hegemon of the Hellenic League, Basileus of Macedon Birthday: July 20, 356 BC Nationality: Greek Famous: Quotes By Alexander The Great Bisexual Also Known As: Alexander III of Macedon Sun Sign: Cancer Died At Age: 32 Born in: Pella Famous as: Emperor of Greece Spouse/Ex-: Parysatis II, Roxana, Stateira II father: Philip II of Macedon mother: Olympias siblings: Caranus, Cleopatra of Macedon, Cynane, Europa of Macedon, Philip III of Macedon, Thessalonike of Macedon children: Alexander IV of Macedon religion: Ancient Greek religion Died on: June 10, 324 BC place of death: Babylon Personality: ESTP Alexander the Great, also known as Alexander III of Macedon, was the king of Macedonia from 336 to 323 B.C. He was the conqueror of the Persian Empire and is considered to be one of the greatest military geniuses of all times. Born as the son of Philip II, King of Macedonia, he spent his early years observing the administration of his father and witnessed how the king transformed Macedonia into a great military power. Brave and courageous from an early age, Alexander first displayed his prowess when he successfully tamed an unruly stallion when he was just 12. As a young boy he had the good fortune of being tutored by the great Greek philosopher, Aristotle, who imbibed in Alexander a love for knowledge and stimulated his interest in the fields of science, medicine, literature and philosophy. Alexander ascended the throne at the age of 20 following the assassination of his father. His father had been a great conqueror and being his son, Alexander was determined to take forward his legacy. He embarked on a series of extensive military campaigns and created one of the largest empires of the ancient world by the time he was 30 He fell in love with Roxana, daughter of the Bactrian nobleman Oxyartes, and married her. He had another wife, Stateira II, a Persian princess and daughter of Darius III of Persia, who he married for political reasons. In addition to his wives he had several other female companions. Roxana gave birth to his son a few months after his death. Alexander died in the palace of Nebuchadnezzar II in Babylon at age 32 in June 323 BC. The details surrounding his death are obscure. One account states that he developed a fever after a night of drinking and died as a result after some days. According to another account he became weak after drinking unmixed wine and died in agony.
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    1810 Colombia declared independence from Spain. 1881 Fugitive Sioux Indian leader Sitting Bull surrendered to federal troops. 1951 King Abdullah I of Jordan was assassinated. 1960 Sirima Bandaranaike of Sri Lanka (then Ceylon) became the world's first woman prime minister. 1969 Astronaut Neil A. Armstrong was the first man to walk on the Moon. ************************************************************************************DAILY EXTRA************************************************ 1985...........................Treasure hunters found the Spanish galleon Nuestra Senora de Atocha, which sank off the coast of Key West, Fla., in 1622 during a hurricane. The ship contained over $400 million in coins and silver ingots. Key West, city (1990 pop. 24,832), seat of Monroe co., S Fla., on an island at the southwestern extremity of the Florida Keys inc. 1828. About 150 mi (240 km) from Miami (but only 90 mi/145 km from Cuba), it is the southernmost city of the continental United States. It is a port of entry and a cruise-ship stop, a popular resort with a tropical climate, a shrimping and fishing center, and an artists' colony. Tropical fruits are harvested, but tourism is central to the economy. Early Spanish sailors called the site Cayo Hueso (Bone Island), because of the human bones they found there. A railroad (completed 1912) linked the Keys with the mainland. It was abandoned after being damaged by a hurricane in 1935 and was replaced by the 123-mi (198-km) Overseas Highway (completed in 1938). After a severe economic decline, the federal government took over (1934) the bankrupt city. Places of interest include a sponge pier, an aquarium, a lighthouse (1846 replacing one built in 1825), Mallory Square (a daily sunset-viewing point), and two Civil War forts. John James Audubon and Winslow Homer painted in Key West, and the city was used as a setting in the works of Ernest Hemingway , who once lived there. His home (built 1851) was made a museum, as was the Little White House, President Harry S. Truman 's personal retreat.
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    Nick Name: Bones Birthday: July 19, 1987 Nationality: American Famous: Mixed Martial Artists American Men Also Known As: Jonathan Dwight Jones Sun Sign: Cancer Age: 31 Years Born in: Rochester, New York Famous as: Mixed Martial Artist father: Arthur Jones Jr. mother: Camille Jones siblings: Arthur Jones, Carmen Jones, Chandler Jones Partner: Jessie Moses City, States, Provinces & Districts: New Yorkers Jonathan Dwight Jones is a mixed martial artist from America who has won the UFC Light Heavyweight Championship twice. Generally considered to be one of the greatest mixed martial artists of all time, he has also become somewhat of a tragic figure and his life story, a cautionary tale. Raised in a middle-class family in New York, Jones’ life has been deeply influenced by religion since his childhood. He demonstrated prodigious skills as a wrestler in his school days and won the state championship at Union-Endicott High School in upstate New York. He was also involved in football as a defensive lineman. Initially, Jones was pursuing a degree in criminal justice but then his MMA career really took off and he dropped out of college to be a professional fighter. He made his professional debut in April 2008 against Brad Bernard, a match he won by a technical knockout. In a career spanning nearly a decade, Jones has won most of his matches and his only defeat came about because of a dubious decision made by the referee. He has won the UFC Light Heavyweight Championship twice only to be stripped of his title both the times. The first time he was stripped because of a hit-and-run case in 2015. He also lost the interim title because of a doping violation. Recently, in 2017, he was stripped after a positive drug test. The investigation is currently ongoing and if Jones is found guilty, he could find himself serving a four-year ban. Jon Jones met Jessie Moses in high school and they began dating soon after. After graduation, Jones left for Iowa Central Community College and Moses attended Broome Community College in New York but the relationship survived the distance. They have three daughters together. Jones and Moses became engaged in 2015. He subsequently announced the news on his Twitter account on April 1, 2015. The family currently resides in Ithaca, New York. Their first child, whom they named Leah, was born in 2008, the same year that Jones made his professional MMA debut. Moses gave birth to Carmen in 2009 and Olivia Haven in 2013. Carmen was named after Jon’s late sister, who passed away due to brain cancer at an early age. On December 1, 2016, in an interview to Joe Rogan, Jones stated that he also has another daughter who is older than Leah. At the start of his career, Jones used to train with Team BombSquad out of Cortland, New York. He then joined the Tristar Gym in Montreal, Canada. Recently, he has trained with Jackson's MMA in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Jones has been the first MMA athlete to be sponsored by Nike on the international level. He is the first MMA star who has his own shoe line.
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    1848 The first women's rights convention, called by Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Lucretia C. Mott, was held in Seneca Falls, New York. 1870 The Franco-Prussian war began. 1941 Winston Churchill was the first to use the two-finger "V is for Victory" sign. 1966 Fifty year-old singer Frank Sinatra married 21-year-old actress Mia Farrow. 1993 President Clinton announced the "Don't ask, don't tell" policy regarding gays in the military. ************************************************************************************DAILY EXTRA************************************************ 1984................Geraldine Ferraro became the first woman nominated for the vice-presidency by a major political party. Ferraro, Geraldine Anne fərär´ō [key], 1935–2011, American political leader, b. Newburgh, N.Y., grad. Marymount College (1956), Fordham Law School (1960). A Democrat from Queens, N.Y., she began her career as a criminal prosecutor and later served three terms in the U.S. House of Representatives (1979–85). In 1984, as Walter Mondale 's running mate, she became the first woman nominated for the vice presidency by a major U.S. politcal party. Allegations concerning her husband's business connections and questions about their tax returns were raised during the unsuccessful campaign, and these surfaced again in her narrow defeat in the 1992 Democratic senatorial primary. After a period as a television commentator and U.S. representative on the UN Human Rights commission, she again ran for the senate and lost (1998) the primary.
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    Birthday: July 18, 1940 Nationality: American Famous: Actors American Men Sun Sign: Cancer Age: 78 Years Born in: Los Angeles, California, United States Famous as: Actor Spouse/Ex-: Barbra Streisand (m. 1998), Jan Smithers (m. 1986–1995), Jane Cameron Agee (m. 1966–1984) father: Henry Bruderlin mother: Helen Sue Bruderlin children: Jess Brolin, Josh Brolin, Molly Elizabeth Brolin City, States, Provinces & Districts: California Net worth: $50 Million as of Jun 13, 2016 James Brolin is a famous American actor, producer, and director who works in both films and television. Over the course of his long and productive career, he has appeared in many significant films, such as ‘Traffic’, ‘The Hunting Party’, and ‘Lost City Raiders.’ Brolin has won several awards for his marvelous performances, including two Golden Globe Awards and one Emmy Award. He has also received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and can be regarded as one of Hollywood’s finest and most successful actors. Born in Los Angeles, California, in the United States, Brolin developed an interest in acting as a teenager. Initially he appeared in supporting roles in episodes of several television shows. His first significant role on television was in the American medical drama show ‘Marcus Welby, M.D.’, in which he played a main role. His role of Dr. Steven Kiley received great appreciation and won him his first award. His successful television career made him venture into films as well, and before long he established himself as a much-sought after actor on the big screen too. James Brolin married Jane Cameron Agee in 1966. They had two children. The couple divorced in the year 1984. After nine years, Cameron passed away in a car accident. Brolin’s second wife was Jan Smithers, whom he had married in 1986. The couple had a daughter. In 1995, Smithers filed for divorce. Later Brolin met Barbra Streisand, a popular American, singer, actress and director, whom he married in 1998. Brolin currently resides with his wife in Malibu, California.