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Oh Yeah, and the Yellow Fever Also Made Us Bad Sports Fans

So, yellow fever might have chased the federal and state government out of Philly. It also might have opened the door for New York’s economic dominance. 296 more words



I will turn 50 in December. I am actually very OK with that. I wish the body wasn’t as creaky as it has become, but I am much more confident at 50 than I ever was at 30. 347 more words

YA Literature

Day 215: "She's a Woman"

When was it recorded?   Oct. 8, 1964

When was it first released, and on which album?   Nov. 27, 1964 as the B-side to “I Feel Fine” 508 more words


The Secret Service and LBJ's Daughter: A Portrait From 50 Years Ago

The most recent scandal roiling the Secret Service is once again shining a harsh light on the Homeland Security agency responsible not only for protecting the president and his family (as well the vice-president, presidential candidates and others) but also investigating major financial crimes, including forgery and fraud. 250 more words

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William DeBuys: The Wilderness Act Turns 50

The Ahklun Mountains and the Togiak Wilderness within the Togiak National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska. 

Let us now praise famous laws and the year that begat them: 1964. 2,744 more words

Opinion Leaders

Nahin jahaan mein naadaan koi hamsa bhi

This article is meant to be posted in atulsongaday.me. If this article appears in sites like lyricstrans.com and ibollywoodsongs.com etc then it is piracy of the copyright content of atulsongaday.me and is a punishable offence under the existing laws. 359 more words

Feelings Of Heart

Day 213: "Slow Down"

When was it recorded?   Jun. 1 & 4, 1964

When was it first released, and on which album?   Jun. 19, 1964

Who wrote it?   Larry Williams… 317 more words