Weekend of November 22- On This Day
On This Day in history:
1889- The first jukebox is debuted in San Francisco.
1936- The first edition of "Life" is published.
1959- The musical "Fiorello!" opens on Broadway.
1972- The musical, "Pippin" opens.
1990- MTV bans Madonna's "Justify My Love" video.
1993- Metallica's album, "Garage Inc." is released world wide.
1859- Charles Darwin publishes "On the Origin of Species." The paper explains his theory of evolution.
1871- The National Rifle Association is incorporated in the U.S.
1947- John Steinbeck's novel "The Pearl" is published for the first time.
1950- The musical, "Guys and Dolls" opens.
1963- Dallas nightclub owner, Jack Ruby, shoots and kills Lee Harvey Oswald on national television.
1991- Freddie Mercury of Queen dies of AIDS complications at age 45.
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