Monday, June 30, 2008

30 June Fortune Teller says

Your birthday today:
You are self-reliant and indifferent to the opinions of others, thereby sometimes annoying your friends and associates. You are very interested in and sensitive to art and artistic surroundings. You acquire knowledge easily and can impart it to others; a rare gift, you would make an excellent teacher.
No foolin'. Just ask Anna Mae G. Montgomery, or, if she's not available, throw yourself a big party and ask a few of these other birthday notables: Ed Yost, Paul Berg, Robert Ballard, John Gay, Thomas Lovell Beddoes, Harry Shields, Lena Horne, Andrew Hill, Stanley Clarke, Hal Lindes, Brendan Perry, Murray Cook, Lars Johan Yngve Lannerb├Ąck aka Yngwie J. Malmsteen, Philip Hansen Anselmo aka Anton Crowley, Brendon James, Patrick Wolf, James Goldman, Leonard Whiting, David Garrison, David Alan Grier, Vincent D'Onofrio, Edythe Marrenner aka Susan Hayward, Nancy Dussault, Monica Potter, Lizzy Caplan, Man Mountain Dean, Ed "Strangler" Lewis, Ron Harris, Terry Funk, Sterling Marlin, Mitch Richmond, Mike Tyson, Mark Grudzielanek, Marlin Jackson, Michael Phelps, Victoria Crawford, Ralph Allen, Raymond Moody, Harry Blackstone, Jr.,

Cheryl Tweedy Cole

and Florence Ballard

The Happening is a birthday party.
Many happy returns of the day!


Buzz Stephens said...

Speaking of Nancy Dussault, this week over at The Judy Garland Experience on Yahoo, they are featuring a recording of the 1998 Carnegie Hall salute to Judy. Lorna Luft sings and co-hosts the event with Robert Stack. other performers include Gogi Grant, Jerry Herman, Vicki Carr, Wesla Whitfield, Nancy Dussault, Jerry Maren, Bebe Neuwirth, Robert Morse, and others.
Everyone performs and offers up their memories or feelings about Judy.
Next week the second night of the concert will be posted (with a whole new all star line up).
And of course, the experience features all sorts of other aural rarities and treats.
The Judy Garland Experience is one of the largest and most exciting Judy Garland groups on the web. There is always an interesting discussion and game going on (some of the games even have good prizes). Our photo section features some of the rarest and most candid pictures of Judy anywhere, many of the taken by group members.
Please stop by and check out The Judy Garland Experience.
Here is the link:

leucanthemum b said...

Thanks for the info! I'm making it a hyperlink: