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Your Day in Pop Culture (Thursday, July 4, 2013)

This Day in Pop Culture History
1776: The Second Continental Congress adopts the Declaration of Independence. Happy birthday, America.
1862: Lewis Carroll tells Alice Liddell a story that would become Alice's Adventures in Wonderland.
1939: Lou Gehrig, dying from ALS, announces his retirement from baseball and considers himself "the luckiest man on the face of the earth."

Famous People Have Birthdays Too
1804: Nathaniel Hawthorne, author (The Scarlett Letter, The House of the Seven Gables)
1882: Louis B. Mayer, MGM Film Producer
1883: Rube Goldberg, cartoonist
1924: Eva Marie Saint, actress (North By Northwest, Grand Prix, On The Waterfront)
1927: Neil Simon, playwright (The Odd Couple, The Out of Towners)
1938: Bill Withers, singer
1962: Neil Morrissey, actor (Men Behaving Badly, Bob The Builder)
1978: Andrea Gabrie, actress (Lost, Twilight: Breaking Dawn — Part 2)

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Your Day in Pop Culture (Thursday, July 4, 2013) Reviewed by Popculturology on 7/04/2013 Rating: 5

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