Manson, junto com o guitarrista Scott Putesky, formou o Marilyn Manson & the Spooky Kids na Flórida, em 1989.
Enquanto a banda ainda compunha e fazia shows para pequenos públicos, Manson conheceu Jeordie White e Gregory Stephen Bier Jr.
Those born on this date are under the sign of Taurus. Senate Watergate Committee opened hearings into a break-in at Democratic National headquarters in Washington.
They include English physician Edward Jenner, developer of the smallpox vaccine, in 1749; English writer Robert Surtees in 1805; Schuyler Wheeler, inventor of the electric fan, in 1860; French composer Erik Satie in 1866; baseball Hall of Fame member James "Cool Papa" Bell in 1903; actor Maureen O'Sullivan in 1911; actor Dennis Hopper in 1936; musician Taj Mahal in 1942 (age 75); actor/director Bill Paxton in 1955; actor/comedian Bob Saget in 1956 (age 61); boxer Sugar Ray Leonard in 1956 (age 61); sports broadcaster Jim Nantz in 1959 (age 58); Irish New Age singer Enya in 1961 (age 56); Scottish comedian Craig Ferguson in 1962 (age 55); singer-songwriter Trent Reznor in 1965 (age 52); NFL quarterback Matt Ryan in 1985 (age 32); actor Nikki Reed in 1988 (age 29). Board of Education of Topeka, Kansas, ruled unanimously that racial segregation in public schools was unconstitutional. In 1987, two Iraqi Exocet missiles hit the frigate USS Stark in the Persian Gulf, killing 37 seamen.
Seu nome artístico foi formado a partir dos nomes Marilyn Monroe e Charles Manson, mostrando o que ele considerava o último e mais perturbante dualismo da cultura estadunidense.
When Claire Boucher, 27, who writes, records, and produces music as Grimes, decided to show off her unshaved armpits in a recent round of press photos, her PR team went into crisis mode.
This was not the image they had in mind; they wanted her quirky but groomed, wild but not too wild, more feminine than feral.
In 2000, prosecutors in Birmingham, Ala., charged two longtime suspects in the deaths of four girls in a church bombing in 1963 that became a watershed event in the civil rights movement. Supreme Court banned the sentencing of a juvenile to life in prison for a non-homicide case, calling the practice unconstitutional and cruel and unusual punishment. Arnold Schwarzenegger said he and his wife of 25 years, Maria Shriver, had separated after she learned he had a child years earlier with a household employee. In 2012, President Barack Obama said Myanmar was making progress "in the path to Democracy" and announced his nomination of Derek Mitchell as the first U. In 2014, Kentucky Derby winner California Chrome, ridden by Victor Espinoza, raced to victory in the Preakness.
The suspects were convicted and sentenced to life in prison. Hispanics made up the largest group, ahead of African-Americans, 44.3 million to 40.2 million.