Y Celebrate 2Day? Feb 10, 2010

Btms^ for Wednesday, Feb. 10th…Over the Hump Day!
Drink 4Casts 4 2Day: Alltech’s Kentucky Ale Beer and an Ale 8 One Soda, 2 toast 2 John Calipari, UK Basketball coach, born 2day in 1959 in Moon Township, PA.
Y Celebrate 2Day?
On this date in…
1840 – Queen Victoria and Prince Albert were married.
1863 – The fire extinguisher was patented.
1870 – The YWCA was founded in NYC.
1890 – Russian author, poet Boris Pasternak born…to pen “Dr. Zhivago” and “My Sister Life”.
1898 – German playwright, director Bertolt Brecht born…in an Epic Theatre of “The Three Penny Opera” and “The Caucasian Chalk Circle” with “Mother Courage and Her Children”?
1901 – Actress, acting teacher Stella Adler born…to teach acclaimed actors such as Marlon Brando, Robert De Niro, Warren Beatty and Martin Sheen.
1927 – Opera singer Leontyne Price born…to hit all the high notes as a soprano! 
1931 – New Delhi became the capital of India.
1937 – Singer Roberta Flack born…it was “The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face”?
1945 – The Andrews Sisters song “Rum and Coca Cola” hit #1.
1949 – Playwright Arthur Miller’s “Death of Salesman” opened in NYC.
1950 – Swimmer Mark Spitz born…to win 7 Olympic Gold medals in 1972, a record that stood until Michael Phelps won 8 at the 2008 Olympics.
1955 – TV Financial whiz Jim Cramer born…to host “Mad Money”.
1955 – Australian golfer Greg Norman born…to be “The Great White Shark”?
1956 – Elvis Presley recorded “Heartbreak Hotel”.
1959 – UK Basketball coach John Calipari born…in Moon Township, Pennsylvania.
1961 – Film director Alexander Payne born…to go “Sideways” about wine and relationships?
1961 – George Stephanopolous born…a political advisor in the Clinton White House, and now the co-host of GMA.
1967 – Actress Laura Dern born…”Wild at Heart” and a “Ramblin’ Rose” in “Jurassic Park”?
1968 – “Spooky” by the Classics IV hit #3 on the charts.
1971 – Playwright John Guare’s “The House of Blue Leaves” premiered in NYC.
1980 – Lanford Wilson’s play “Talley’s Folly” opened in NYC.

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