Louise Brown - 32 (The word's first test tube baby . . . born in Oldham, England. She had a baby of her own that she conceived naturally. He's 3 years old now and she named him Cameron. Here's what Louise looks like these days . . .)
D.B. Woodside - 41 (President Wayne Palmer on "24".)
Illeana Douglas - 45 (You'd know her if you saw her . . . but this is RADIO. Oddly-sexy character actress who played the art teacher in "Ghost World" and hypnotized Kevin Bacon in "Stir of Echoes".)
Iman - 55 (David Bowie's Nubian Queen.)
Verdine White - 59 (Earth, Wind & Fire.) (Their biggest jams include . . . "Shining Star", "Got to Get You Into My Life", "Sing a Song", "September", "Boogie Wonderland", "After the Love Has Gone" and "Let's Groove".)
Estelle Getty - Would have been 87 - (1923 - 2008)
(Sadly, she died just three days short of her 85th birthday. You'd
know her as Bea Arthur's mom on "The Golden Girls" AND Sylvester
Stallone's mom in "Stop! Or My Mom Will Shoot".) (--Trivia: Even
though she played Bea Arthur's mother on "The Golden Girls", Estelle was
actually two and a half months YOUNGER than Bea.)
Brad Renfro - Would have been 28 - (1982 - 2008) (A once-promising young actor who went on to develop a pretty long rap sheet. He was in "The Client" with Tommy Lee Jones when he was 12. He died of an accidental heroin overdose in January of 2008.)
1952 Puerto Rico became a self-governing commonwealth of the United States.
1965 Bob Dylan shocked his fans at the Newport Folk Festival when he played electric guitar during a performance with the Paul Butterfield Blues Band.
1975 The musical "A Chorus Line" opened on Broadway.
1978 The first baby conceived by in-vitro fertilization was born in Oldham, England.
1984 Soviet cosmonaut Svetlana Savitskaya became the first woman to walk in space.
1994 Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin and Jordan's King Hussein signed a declaration at the White House ending their countries' 46-year state of war.
1997 K.R. Narayanan became the first member of an "untouchable" Dalits caste to become India's president.
2000 Texas Gov. George W. Bush selected Dick Cheney to be his running mate on the Republican presidential ticket.
2008 California became the first state to ban trans fats from restaurant food.
1965 - Bob Dylan appeared on stage at the Newport Jazz Festival with an electric guitar. It was his first non-acoustic set.
1966 - In San Francisco, CA, the Rolling Stones performed their last U.S. concert with Brian Jones.
1967 - The Beatles and other U.K. rock groups urged the British government to legalize marijuana. Their comments were made in a London Times advertisement signed by all four of the Beatles.
1969 - Neil Young made his first appearance with Crosby, Stills and Nash.
1970 - Chicago's "25 or 6 to 4" was released.
1971 - The Beach Boys released their album "Surf's Up."
1975 - "A Chorus Line" debuted on Broadway. The show closed in 1990 after 6,137 performances.
1980 - KISS introduced their new drummer, Eric Carr, at a concert at the Paladium in New York City.
1980 - AC\DC released "Back In Black," their first album with Brian Johnson as lead singer.
1990 - Rosanne Barr sang the National Anthem in San Diego before a Padres baseball game. She was booed for her performance.
1995 - Nina Simone fired a gun at a pair of noisy teenagers playing next door to her home in southern France. She was put on 18 months probation and ordered to seek psychological counseling.
2006 - Metallica put up four albums for sale on iTunes. The albums "Kill 'Em All", "Ride The Lightning", "Master of Puppets" and "...And Just For All" included previously unreleased tracks recorded in Seatle in 1989. Metallica had led the charge against the original Napster online file-sharing service.