The Hyatt Regency Hotel in Kansas City was just a year old, but the 40-story building with its revolving restaurant and lobby skywalks was already a popular destination.
With 33 titles to his name, he announced in 1992 that he had likely contracted HIV through a transfusion during heart surgery.
On June 18, 1983, astrophysicist Sally Ride became the first American woman in space aboard the space shuttle Challenger.
American feminist and pacifist Jeannette Rankin was born on June 11, 1880, and The Miranda Rights were established on June 13, 1966.
At the time, Secret Service protected incumbent presidents, but not presidential candidates.
Miles Dewey Davis born in Alton, Ill. on May 26, 1926.
Grant’s Farm is entering its 60th season. The park opened in 1954 when August Busch Junior opened the property to the public.
Dierbergs took root in 1854, when a general merchant exchange opened on Olive Street Rd., just east of where Highway 270 crosses Olive today.
Often denounced as a commercial holiday, Mother’s Day has more noble roots in peace activism.
The two iconic triple threat women were both born on this day.