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On this date in 1968, the controversial musical Hair debuted on Broadway. The musical, which glorifies the hippie counter-culture and the sexual revolution of the 1960s, spawned many popular songs, including “The Age of Aquarius” and “Good Morning, Starshine.” Read … Continue reading
On this date, in 1789, Lt. William Bligh and 18 sailors are set adrift after the crew aboard his ship, The Bounty mutinied against him. In 1932, Charles Nordhoff and James Norman Hall publish Mutiny on the Bounty, their account … Continue reading
On this date in 1907, Edgar Rice Burroughs was promoted to manager of the Stenographic Department of Sears, Roebuck, and Co. in Chicago. Five years later, he would create Tarzan.
On this date in 1952, E.B. White writes to his editor about Charlotte’s Web: “Whether children will find anything amusing in it, only time will tell.”
Jonathan Larson, author of Rent, born on this date in 1961.
Hugh Lofting, who created the Dr. Dolittle series, was born on this date in 1886.