Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Fighting Back, Going to Pot, -and- Animal Kingdom

In the News Today
  • Fighting Back - Daytona Beach restaurant worker fights off burglar with sword, beer bottle
  • Going to Pot - Medical marijuana deliveryman robbed by ninjas In West Covina
  • Animal Kingdom - Tiny puppy in California could be world's smallest

    Technology in the News Today
  • Hands On With AVG's "Do Not Track" Tool
  • Australian Consumer Group Suing Apple Over iPad 4G Claims
  • Free Wi-Fi Is Gone Forever

    Born on this Day in History: March 27, 1924 - Sarah Vaughan was a jazz vocalist who sang in her church choir and then won an amateur contest at the famed Apollo Theatre in 1942. By the mid-1940s, she was appearing on television variety show, soon known by the nickname "Sassy." She had a three-octave range and is regarded as one of the greatest of all jazz singers. She was inducted into the Jazz Hall of Fame the same year she died, 1990.

    On this Day in History: March 27, 1964 - One of the largest quakes in US history strikes southeast of Anchorage, Alaska, hitting 8.6 on the Richter scale. 118 people are killed, and a tidal wave destroys four square blocks of Anchorage. The control tower at the airport, 60 feet high, snapped. Damage in the state is estimated at $500 million.

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