TODAY IN HISTORY - February 21st:

1904 - National Ski Association forms in Ishpeming, Michigan
1925 - 1st issue of "New Yorker" magazine published
1931 - Alka Seltzer introduced
1948 - NASCAR is incorporated.
1989 - Pete Rose meets with Commissioner Ueberroth to discuss his gambling
2001 - 43rd Grammy Awards: Faith Hill wins Best Female Country Vocal Performance & Best Country Album for "Breathe" & Faith win Best Country Collaboration

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1946 - Alan Rickman, actor (Robin Hood Prince of Thieves, Harry Potter)
1958 - Mary-Chapin Carpenter, Princeton NJ, country vocalist
1979 - Jennifer Love Hewitt, actress (Sarah Reeves-Party of Five)


1965 - Malcolm X, [Little], African American Moslem leader and human rights activist, assassinated in New York City at 39
1974 - Tim Horton, Canadian hockey player and co-founder of Tim Hortons, dies in a car crash at 44
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