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  • From Mario to Metal Gear; This Year Has Everything!
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  • Everyone looks silly when dancing. Even more so when there is no music.
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  • The Connecticut Open held a press conference today at the Connecticut Tennis Center at Yale. Tournament Director Anne Worcester made a few announcements accompanied by Governor Dannel Malloy, New Haven Mayor Toni Harp, Peter Holland, Vice president of State Government Relation, United Technologies, and James Blake, former professional Tennis Player and Connecticut Native.
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  • 1968: The Beatles recorded “Hey Jude” in four takes at Trident Studios in London. The first take was selected as the single release, which was the first single released on The Beatles’ Apple Records.

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  • 1983: Journey headlined the Day on the Green festival for the third and final time at Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum in Oakland on a bill that also included Triumph, Eddie Money & Bryan Adams.

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  • 1967: The Doors went to number one on the Billboard Hot 100 Singles Chart for the first time with “Light My Fire” which spent three weeks on top of the chart.

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