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Your Day in Pop Culture (Wednesday, June 19, 2013)

This Day in Pop Culture History
1846: The first officially recorded game of baseball is played in Hoboken, New Jersey.
1910: The first Father's Day is celebrated in Spokane, Washington. If this is your Father's Day reminder, you're a few days late.
1978: Garfield debuts in comic pages. For 35 years, this iconic cat has warned us about the dangers of Mondays, yet we keep going to work.

Famous People Have Birthdays Too
1948: Phylicia Rashad, actress (The Cosby Show, Cosby)
1950: Ann Wilson, musician (Heart)
1953: Larry Dunn, musician (Earth, Wind and Fire)
1954: Kathleen Turner, actress (Who Framed Roger Rabbit, Body Heat, Prizzi's Honor)
1959: Mark DeBarge, singer (DeBarge)
1962: Paula Abdul, singer, dancer, reality show judge (American Idol)
1967: Mia Sara, actress (Ferris Bueller's Day Off, Timecop)
1972: Robin Tunney, actress (The Mentalist, Prison Break)
1978: Zoe Saldana, actress (Star Trek, Star Trek Into Darkness, Avatar)
1983: Ben Haggerty, better known as Macklemore
1984: Paul Dano, actor (The Girl Next Door, There Will Be Blood, Little Miss Sunshine, Looper)

Who's On What Tonight: Your Guide to Late-Night TV
LETTERMAN: The Newsroom's Jeff Daniels, My Morning Jacket's Jim James
LENO: Meet the Press' David Gregory, the winner of The Voice
FALLON: Let Me Explain's Kevin Hart, The Newsroom's Olivia Munn, music group Chvrches
FERGUSON: White Boys Can't Jump's Rosie Perez
Your Day in Pop Culture (Wednesday, June 19, 2013) Reviewed by Popculturology on 6/19/2013 Rating: 5

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