03/21/2015 to 03/22/2015 - Sixty-eight, sixty-nine, seventy years since the bombing of Hiroshima, Japan.
Over five hundred, one thousand, fifteen hundred known cases of leukemia caused by the bombing.
Meet one of the eighteen hundred, Sadako. Discover how the life of a little girl became legend and how her exuberant spirit left a legacy of hope.
04/19/2015 to 04/19/2015 - Hiroshima-born Sadako faces the battle of her life when she is told that she has leukemia, the “atom bomb disease.” Recalling a Japanese legend, Sadako sets to work folding paper cranes. According to the legend, if a person folds 1,000 cranes the gods will grant them a wish. Based on a true story.
February 28 powered by1996 - Vince Gill's "Go Rest High On That Mountain" wins two trophies--Best Country Song and Best Male Country Vocal Performance--during the 38th annual Grammy awards at Los Angeles' Shrine Auditorium
1984 - Anne Murray's "A Little Good News" wins Best Country Vocal Performance, Female, during the 26th annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles
1966 - Roger Miller, Buck Owens, Merle Haggard and Bonnie Owens are double-winners at the inaugural Academy of Country & Western Music awards, held at the Palladium in Hollywood. Miller is named Man of the Year and Top Songwriter
1940 - Singer/songwriter Joe South is born in Atlanta, Georgia.