SEPTEMBER 10: The Daily Flashback

1913: The first paved coast-to-coast highway in the U.S., the Lincoln Highway, opened.
1935: “Popeye” debuted on NBC radio.
1953: Swanson began selling its first TV dinner.
1955: “Gunsmoke” premiered on CBS-TV.
1965: The Byrds recorded “Turn! Turn! Turn!”
1966: The Monkees’ “The Last Train to Clarksville” was released.
1968: The Beatles recorded “Helter Skelter.”
1974: The original New York Dolls split up.
1975: KISS’ Alive! was released.
1981: Pablo Picasso’s mural “Guernica” was received in the town of Guernica.
1990: Starring a young rapper named Will Smith, “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” debuted on NBC-TV.
1991: Nirvana’s “Smells Like Teen Spirit” was released as a single,
1995: Cyndi Lauper won an Emmy Award for her guest appearance on “Mad About You.”
1996: Walmart banned Sheryl Crow’s sophomore album.

1937: Tommy Overstreet
1939: Artie Tripp
1940: Roy Ayers
1942: Danny Hutton
1945: Jose Feliciano
1950: Joe Perry
1960: David Lowery
1968: Big Daddy Kane

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