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This Week In History: 'Hey Jude' Tops Charts, Jerry Lee Lewis Has Horrible Aim, Ferris Bueller Revives a Classic, Paul Jabara, and Tony Bennett

Hi guys! Joe Causi once again with another Week in Music History as we travel back through the 60s to today with some of the biggest highs and the lowest lows we’ve ever witnessed. 324 more words

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This Week in History: 9/25/16

In 1452 the first book was published, the introduction of the sewing machine, the song ‘Happy Birthday to You’ was copyrighted, the Chicago Staleys play the Chicago Bears, the Cubs clinch the NL Pennant in 1938 and 1945, ‘Little Golden Books’ debuts and TV shows ‘The Dick Van Dyke Show’, ‘The Lucy Show and ‘Cheers’ premiere, OJ Simpson is found not guilty and the Sox clinch the division title in 2005. 60 more words

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This Week in History: The Last of the Romans is Murdered

In this week, Flavius Aetius was assassinated by Emperor Valentinian III, just three years after commanding the last great victory of Western Rome. 240 more words

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September 19-26

On Monday evening, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton will face off with one another in the first of three televised Presidential debates leading up to polling day in November. 1,704 more words

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This Week In History: Paul is Dead, King Fu Fighting, Bob Marley, Diana Ross, and Sly Stone

Hi guys! Joe Causi once again with another Week in Music History and talk about one of the wildest weeks ever. Get ready for some highs and some real lows as its back through the 1960s to the 2000s. 343 more words

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This Week in History: The Battle Of Marathon

This week saw the Battle of Marathon commence, where Persian forces representing the world’s most powerful empire were beaten by a small, splintered group of Greeks in 490 BC. 245 more words

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Driving Non-Stop

OK, listen up. Before we start this blog, take care of whatever business you need to take care of. Because once we start this blog, we’re not stopping. 673 more words

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