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Award - Notable Historical Events

Bobby JonesDec 16, 1930

Roy CampanellaDec 8, 1955

Whitey FordNov 8, 1961

Tammy WynetteNov 20, 1968

Johnny CashOct 15, 1969

Merle HaggardOct 14, 1970

Muddy WatersMar 16, 1971

Olivia Newton-JohnFeb 18, 1975

John DenverOct 13, 1975

Bette DavisMar 2, 1977

Stevie WonderJan 16, 1978

Dolly PartonOct 9, 1978

Barry ManilowJan 12, 1979

Willie NelsonOct 8, 1979

Keith HernandezNov 13, 1979

Barbra StreisandJan 30, 1981

Dave RighettiNov 30, 1981

Kenny RogersJan 25, 1982

Michael JacksonJan 16, 1984

Lionel RichieJan 28, 1985

Whitney HoustonJan 27, 1986

Roger ClemensNov 12, 1986

Jackie RobinsonJul 14, 1987

Robin WilliamsMay 15, 1988

George MichaelJan 30, 1989

Paula AbdulJan 22, 1990

Janet JacksonJan 28, 1991

Garth BrooksOct 3, 1991

Alex HaleyApr 26, 1992

Mariah CareyJan 25, 1993

seinfeldFeb 28, 1993

Elizabeth TaylorMar 29, 1993

Rodney KingApr 19, 1994

Rodney DangerfieldMar 6, 1995

Alanis MorissetteJan 27, 1997

Gloria StuartMar 8, 1998

Celine DionJan 11, 1999

Shania TwainSep 22, 1999

EminemNov 13, 2002

Gwen StefaniNov 22, 2005

Carrie UnderwoodNov 6, 2006

Kelly ClarksonNov 21, 2006

Justin TimberlakeNov 18, 2007

RihannaNov 23, 2008

Heath LedgerFeb 22, 2009

Elijah WoodApr 25, 2009

Taylor SwiftNov 11, 2009

Bryan AdamsMay 1, 2010

Justin BieberNov 21, 2010

AdeleNov 20, 2011

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Award - Historical Events
Date Event
1912-05-07

Columbia University approves plans for awarding the Pulitzer Prize in several categories The award is established by Joseph Pulitzer

1929-05-06

AL announces it will discontinue MVP award

1930-12-16

Golfer Bobby Jones wins James E Sullivan Award

1932-02-22

Purple Heart award reinstituted

1932-11-18

"Flowers & Trees" receives 1st Academy Award for a cartoon

1932-11-18

1st tie for Best Actor Academy Award Wallace Beery & Fredric March

1934-05-18

Academy Award 1st called Oscar in print (Sidney Skolsky)

1936-11-24

Pacifist/anti fascist writer Carl Von Ossietzky sent to concentration camp, award Nobel Peace Prize

1936-12-01

2nd Heisman Trophy Award: Larry Kelley, Yale (E)

1937-11-30

3rd Heisman Trophy Award: Clint Frank, Yale (HB)

1938-11-28

4th Heisman Trophy Award: Davey O'Brien, Texas Christian (QB)

1939-12-06

5th Heisman Trophy Award: Nile Kinnick, Iowa (HB)

1940-11-27

6th Heisman Trophy Award: Tom Harmon, Michigan (HB)

1941-12-09

7th Heisman Trophy Award: Bruce Smith, Minnesota (HB)

1942-10-23

All 12 passengers and crewmen aboard an American Airlines DC-3 airliner are killed when it is struck by a U.S. Army Air Forces bomber near Palm Springs, California. Amongst the victims is award-winning composer and songwriter Ralph Rainger ("Thanks for the Memory", "Love in Bloom", "Blue Hawaii").

1942-12-08

8th Heisman Trophy Award: Frank Sinkwich, Georgia (HB)

1943-12-03

9th Heisman Trophy Award: Angelo Bertelli, Notre Dame (QB)

1944-12-02

10th Heisman Trophy Award: Les Horvath, Ohio State (QB)

1945-12-04

11th Heisman Trophy Award: Doc Blanchard, Army (FB)

1946-12-03

12th Heisman Trophy Award: Glenn Davis, Army (HB)

1947-10-14

Dutch Queen Wilhelmina gives golden award to general Eisenhower

1947-12-02

13th Heisman Trophy Award: John Lujack, Notre Dame (QB)

1948-12-08

14th Heisman Trophy Award: Doak Walker, SMU (HB)

1949-12-07

15th Heisman Trophy Award: Leon Hart, Notre Dame (E)

1950-12-12

16th Heisman Trophy Award: Vic Janowicz, Ohio State (HB)

1951-12-01

17th Heisman Trophy Award: Dick Kazmaier, Princeton (HB)

1952-12-02

18th Heisman Trophy Award: Billy Vessels, Oklahoma (HB)

1953-12-08

19th Heisman Trophy Award: John Lattner, Notre Dame (HB)

1954-11-30

20th Heisman Trophy Award: Alan Ameche, Wisconsin (FB)

1955-12-08

21st Heisman Trophy Award: Howard Cassady, Ohio State (HB)

1955-12-08

Brooklyn catcher Roy Campanella wins his 3rd MVP Award

1956-07-06

Ford Frick inaugurates Cy Young Award, to honor to outstanding pitcher

1956-11-21

Don Newcombe, wins NL MVP & 1st-ever Cy Young Award

1956-12-04

22nd Heisman Trophy Award: Paul Hornung, Notre Dame (QB)

1957-11-28

Warren Spahn of the Braves wins Cy Young Award

1957-12-03

23rd Heisman Trophy Award: John Crow, Texas A&M (HB)

1958-03-21

1st presentation of West Point's Sylvanus Thayer Award

1958-11-12

Bob Turley of Yankees wins Cy Young Award

1958-12-02

24th Heisman Trophy Award: Pete Dawkins, Army (HB)

1959-12-01

25th Heisman Trophy Award: Billy Cannon, LSU (HB)

1960-11-03

Pittsburgh Pirates' Vern Law wins Cy Young Award

1960-11-29

26th Heisman Trophy Award: Joe Bellino, Navy (HB)

1961-11-08

Whitey Ford is voted Cy Young Award winner over Warren Spahn

1961-12-06

27th Heisman Trophy Award: Ernie Davis, Syracuse (HB)

1962-11-15

Don Drysdale wins Cy Young Award

1962-12-27

28th Heisman Trophy Award: Terry Baker, Oregon State (QB)

1963-10-24

Sandy Koufax is unanimous winner of Cy Young Award

1963-10-30

Sandy Koufax wins NL MVP award

1963-11-26

29th Heisman Trophy Award: Roger Staubach, Navy (QB)

1964-11-24

30th Heisman Trophy Award: John Huarte, Notre Dame (QB)

1965-11-03

Sandy Koufax wins NL Cy Young Award unanimously

1965-11-23

31st Heisman Trophy Award: Mike Garrett, Southern Cal (RB)

1966-11-01

Sandy Koufax becomes 1st 3-time Cy Young Award winner

1966-11-22

32nd Heisman Trophy Award: Steve Spurrier, Florida (QB)

1967-10-31

SF's Mike McCormick wins NL Cy Young Award

1967-11-28

33rd Heisman Trophy Award: Gary Beban, UCLA (QB)

1968-11-01

Detroit Tiger Denny McLain unanimously wins AL Cy Young Award

1968-11-20

2nd Country Music Association Award: Glen Campbell & Tammy Wynette wins

1968-11-26

34th Heisman Trophy Award: O J Simpson, Southern Cal (RB)

1969-10-15

3rd Country Music Association Award: Johnny Cash & Tammy Wynette wins

1969-10-29

Tom Seaver voted NL Cy Young Award

1969-11-06

1st Cy Young Award tie (Mike Cuellar, Balt & Denny McLain, Det)

1969-11-26

35th Heisman Trophy Award: Steve Owens, Oklahoma (RB)

1970-01-16

Buckminster Fuller receives the Gold Medal award from the American Institute of Architects.

1970-10-14

4th Country Music Association Award: Merle Haggard wins

1970-11-03

Bob Gibson wins NL Cy Young Award

1970-11-06

Twins Jim Perry wins AL Cy Young Award

1970-11-24

36th Heisman Trophy Award: Jim Plunkett, Stanford (QB)

1971-03-16

Muddy Waters wins his first Grammy Award, Hollywood

1971-10-10

5th Country Music Association Award: Charlie Pride wins

1971-11-25

37th Heisman Trophy Award: Pat Sullivan, Auburn (QB)

1972-04-28

Courts award 1968 Kentucky Derby prize money to 2nd place winner due to the winner being given drugs before the race

1972-10-31

Gaylord Perry wins AL Cy Young award

1972-11-02

Phillies' Steve Carlton wins unanimous NL Cy Young Award

1972-12-05

38th Heisman Trophy Award: Johnny Rodgers, Nebraska (FL)

1973-05-22

Emmy News & Documentaries Award presentation

1973-10-15

7th Country Music Association Award: Roy Clark wins

1973-10-30

Tom Seaver becomes 1st non-20-game winner to win Cy Young award

1973-10-31

Tom Seaver wins NL Cy Young Award

1973-12-08

39th Heisman Trophy Award: John Cappelletti, Penn State (RB)

1974-02-19

1st American Music Award: Helen Reddy & Jim Croce win

1974-05-28

Emmy 1st Daytime Award presentation

1974-09-04

Emmy News & Documentaries Award presentation

1974-10-14

8th Country Music Association Award: Charlie Rich

1974-10-30

Catfish Hunter is named AL Cy Young Award

1974-11-06

Dodger Mike Marshall is 1st relief pitcher to win Cy Young Award

1974-12-27

40th Heisman Trophy Award: Archie Griffin, Ohio State (RB)

1975-02-18

2nd American Music Award: Olivia Newton-John & John Denver win

1975-05-15

Emmy 2nd Daytime Award & Emmy News & Documentaries Award presentation

1975-10-13

9th Country Music Association Award: John Denver wins

1975-11-04

Orioles Jim Palmer wins his 2nd Cy Young Award

1975-11-12

NY Mets Tom Seaver wins his 3rd Cy Young Award

1975-12-06

41st Heisman Trophy Award: Archie Griffin, Ohio State (RB)

1976-01-31

3rd American Music Award: Olivia Newton-John & John Denver win

1976-05-11

Emmy 3rd Daytime Award presentation

1976-05-15

Emmy Creative Arts Award presentation

1976-09-18

Rock Music Award

1976-10-11

10th Country Music Association Award: Mel Tillis wins

1976-11-05

Balt Jim Palmer wins AL Cy Young Award

1976-11-24

Reds Joe Morgan wins his 2nd straight NL MVP Award

1976-11-30

42nd Heisman Trophy Award: Tony Dorsett, Pittsburgh (RB)

1977-01-31

4th American Music Award: Olivia Newton-John & Elton John win

1977-03-02

Bette Davis is 1st woman to receive American Film Institute's Life Achievement Award

1977-05-12

Emmy 4th Daytime Award presentation

1977-09-10

Emmy Creative Arts Award presentation

1977-09-10

Emmy News & Documentaries Award presentation

1977-09-15

Rock Music Award

1977-10-10

11th Country Music Association Award: Ronnie Milsap wins

1977-11-02

Phillies' Steve Carlton wins 2nd Cy Young Award

1977-11-06

1st Emmy Sports Award presentation

1977-11-16

Rod Carew wins AL MVP award

1977-12-08

43rd Heisman Trophy Award: Earl Campbell, Texas (RB)

1978-01-16

5th American Music Award: Stevie Wonder, Fleetwood Mac & C Twitty

1978-01-25

Padres trade pitcher Dave Tomlin & $125,000 to Rangers for Gaylord Perry (He wins 1978 Cy Young Award)

1978-06-07

Emmy 5th Daytime Award presentation

1978-10-09

12th Country Music Association Award: Dolly Parton, Crystal Gayle & Don Williams wins

1978-11-01

NY Yankee Ron Guidry unanimously wins AL Cy Young Award

1978-11-21

Bob Horner of Braves wins NL Rookie of Year Award

1978-11-28

44th Heisman Trophy Award: Billy Sims, Oklahoma (RB)

1979-01-12

6th American Music Award: Barry Manilow, Linda Ronstadt win

1979-02-11

Emmy News & Documentaries Award presentation

1979-02-13

2nd Emmy Sports Award presentation

1979-05-17

Emmy 6th Daytime Award presentation

1979-10-08

13th Country Music Association Award: Willie Nelson, Kenny Rogers & Barbara Mandrell wins

1979-10-31

Mike Flanagan, wins AL Cy Young Award

1979-11-07

Cub reliever Bruce Sutter wins NL Cy Young Award

1979-11-13

Willie Stargell & Keith Hernandez share NL MVP Award NL

1979-12-03

45th Heisman Trophy Award: Charles White, Southern Cal (RB)

1980-03-06

Emmy 7th Daytime Award presentation - Susan Lucci loses for 1st time

1980-03-14

3rd Emmy Sports Award presentation

1980-04-13

Emmy News & Documentaries Award presentation

1980-05-01

Amer Book Award: William Styron (Sophie Choice)/T Wolfe (Right Stuff)

1980-09-06

Emmy Creative Arts Award presentation

1980-10-13

14th Country Music Association Award: Barbara Mandrell, Emmylou Harris & George Jones wins

1980-11-12

Baltimore's Steve Stone wins AL Cy Young Award

1980-12-01

46th Heisman Trophy Award: George Rogers, South Carolina (RB)

1981-01-30

8th American Music Award: Barbra Streisand & Kenny Rogers win

1981-04-12

Emmy News & Documentaries Award presentation

1981-04-15

Janet Cooke says her Pulitzer award 8-year-old heroin addict story is a lie, Wash Post relinquishes Pulitzer Prize on fabricated story

1981-09-12

Emmy Creative Arts Award presentation

1981-10-12

15th Country Music Association Award: Barbara Mandrell & George Jones wins

1981-11-03

Brewers reliever Rollie Fingers wins AL Cy Young Award

1981-11-06

Fernando Valenzuela is 1st rookie to win a Cy Young Award

1981-11-11

Fernando Valenzuela is 1st rookie ever to win a Cy Young Award

1981-11-30

NY Yankee Dave Righetti wins AL Rookie of Year Award

1981-12-05

47th Heisman Trophy Award: Marcus Allen, Southern Cal (RB)

1981-12-15

4th Emmy Sports Award presentation

1982-01-25

9th American Music Award: Pat Benatar & Kenny Rogers win

1982-03-01

5th Emmy Sports Award presentation

1982-06-08

Emmy 9th Daytime Award presentation - Susan Lucci loses for 3rd time

1982-10-11

16th Country Music Association Award: Willie Nelson & Ricky Skagg

1982-10-17

Emmy News & Documentaries Award presentation

1982-12-04

48th Heisman Trophy Award: Herschel Walker, Georgia (RB)

1983-01-17

10th American Music Award: John Cougar & Rick Springfield, Olivia Newton-John

1983-06-06

Emmy 10th Daytime Award presentation - Susan Lucci loses for 4th time

1983-09-12

Emmy Creative Arts Award presentation

1983-09-13

Emmy Creative Arts Award presentation

1983-10-10

17th Country Music Association Award: Alabama wins

1983-11-30

6th Emmy Sports Award presentation

1983-12-03

49th Heisman Trophy Award: Mike Rozier, Nebraska (RB)

1984-01-11

Supreme Court reinstated $10M award to Karen Silkwood's family

1984-01-16

11th American Music Award: Pat Benatar & Michael Jackson win

1984-06-27

Emmy 11th Daytime Award presentation - Susan Lucci loses for 5th time

1984-08-30

Emmy News & Documentaries Award presentation

1984-09-16

Emmy Creative Arts Award presentation

1984-10-08

18th Country Music Association Award: Alabama wins

1984-10-30

Tigers reliever Willie Hernandez wins AL Cy Young Award

1984-11-06

Willie Hernandez wins AL MVP Award

1984-11-13

Ryne Sandberg wins the NL MVP Award

1984-12-01

50th Heisman Trophy Award: Doug Flutie, Boston College (QB)

1985-01-28

12th American Music Award: Cyndi Lauper & Lionel Richie win

1985-08-01

Emmy 12th Daytime Award presentation - Susan Lucci loses for 6th time

1985-08-12

7th Emmy Sports Award presentation

1985-08-29

Emmy News & Documentaries Award presentation

1985-10-14

19th Country Music Association Award: Ricky Skaggs wins

1985-11-13

Dwight Gooden, youngest 20 game winner, wins Cy Young award

1985-12-07

51st Heisman Trophy Award: Bo Jackson, Auburn (RB)

1986-01-27

13th American Music Award: Whitney Houston, Huey Lewis & C Gayle

1986-07-17

Emmy 13th Daytime Award presentation - Susan Lucci loses for 7th time

1986-10-13

20th Country Music Association Award: Reba McEntire wins

1986-11-11

Houston's Astro Mike Scott (18-10) wins NL Cy Young Award

1986-11-12

Roger Clemens wins AL Cy Young Award unanimously

1986-12-06

52nd Heisman Trophy Award: Vinny Testaverde, Miami Fla (QB)

1987-01-26

14th American Music Award: Whitney Houston, Lionel Richie & Alabama

1987-05-19

1st American Comedy Award

1987-06-30

Emmy 14th Daytime Award presentation - Susan Lucci loses for 8th time

1987-07-14

Rookie of the Year Award is renamed to honor Jackie Robinson

1987-09-08

Emmy News & Documentaries Award presentation

1987-09-29

8th Emmy Sports Award presentation

1987-10-12

21st Country Music Association Award: Hank William Jr wins

1987-11-10

Steve Bedrosian edges Rick Sutcliffe 57-55 to win NL Cy Young Award

1987-12-05

53rd Heisman Trophy Award: Tim Brown, Notre Dame (WR)

1988-01-25

15th American Music Award: Anita Baker, Paul Simon & Whitney Houston

1988-03-07

Jim Abbott, 1-handed pitcher, wins 58th James E Sullivan Award

1988-05-15

2nd American Comedy Award: Robin Williams & Tracey Ullman

1988-06-29

Emmy 15th Daytime Award presentation - Susan Lucci loses for 9th time

1988-07-13

9th Emmy Sports Award presentation

1988-10-10

22nd Country Music Association Award: Highway 101, K T Oslin win

1988-10-28

Jurors award $147,000 to Tacoma parishioner seduced by her minister

1988-11-01

Chris Sabo, wins National League Rookie of Year award

1988-11-10

Orel Hershiser (23-8) is a unanimous choice as NL Cy Young Award

1988-11-15

Dodgers outfielder Kirk Gibson wins NL MVP Award

1988-12-03

54th Heisman Trophy Award: Barry Sanders, Oklahoma State (RB)

1989-01-30

16th American Music Award: Randy Travis & George Michael wins

1989-02-22

1st Spanish commercial on network TV (Pepsi-Cola-CBS Grammy Award)

1989-04-10

10th Emmy Sports Award presentation

1989-05-23

3rd American Comedy Award: Paula Poundstone

1989-06-29

Emmy 16th Daytime Award presentation - Susan Lucci loses for 10th time

1989-07-31

Twins trade AL Cy Young Award winner Frank Viola to Mets

1989-08-28

1st regular-season matchup of defending Cy Young Award winners

1989-09-12

Emmy News & Documentaries Award presentation

1989-09-17

Emmy Creative Arts Award presentation

1989-10-09

23rd Country Music Association Award: George Strait, Kathy Mattea wins

1989-11-14

Padres reliever Mark Davis wins NL Cy Young Award

1989-11-15

Bret Saberhagen wins AL Cy Young Award

1989-12-02

55th Heisman Trophy Award: Andre Ware, Houston (QB)

1990-01-22

17th American Music Award: Paula Abdul & Bobby Brown win

1990-03-10

4th American Comedy Award: When Harry Met Sally

1990-04-23

11th Emmy Sports Award presentation

1990-06-28

Emmy 17th Daytime Award presentation - Susan Lucci loses for 11th time

1990-09-12

Emmy News & Documentaries Award presentation

1990-09-15

Emmy Creative Arts Award presentation

1990-10-08

24th Country Music Association Award: George Strait wins

1990-11-13

Oakland's Bob Welch wins AL Cy Young Award

1990-11-14

Doug Drabek (22-6) wins NL Cy Young Award

1990-12-01

56th Heisman Trophy Award: Ty Detmer, Brigham Young (QB)

1991-01-28

18th American Music Award: M C Hammer & Janet Jackson

1991-03-09

5th American Comedy Award: Dennis Wolfberg

1991-03-11

John Smith, amateur wrestler, wins James E Sullivan Award

1991-04-03

12th Emmy Sports Award presentation

1991-06-27

Emmy 18th Daytime Award presentation - Susan Lucci loses for 12th time

1991-08-24

Emmy Creative Arts Award presentation

1991-09-11

Emmy News & Documentaries Award presentation

1991-10-03

25th Country Music Association Award: Garth Brooks, Tanya Tucker & Vince Gill wins

1991-11-12

Atlanta Brave Tom Glavine wins NL Cy Young Award

1991-11-13

Boston Red Sox Roger Clemens wins AL Cy Young Award

1991-12-14

57th Heisman Trophy Award: Desmond Howard, Michigan (WR)

1992-01-27

19th American Music Award: C & C Music Factory, Michael Bolton win

1992-02-25

Muddy Waters wins Lifetime Achievement Award at the 34th Annual Grammy Awards

1992-03-28

6th American Comedy Award: Cathy Ladman, Judy Watkins, Billy Crystal

1992-04-26

Alex Haley, (Roots), wins 1992 Ellis Island Award, posthumously

1992-06-23

Emmy 19th Daytime Award presentation - Susan Lucci loses for 13th time

1992-09-30

26th Country Music Association Award: Garth Brooks wins

1992-12-12

58th Heisman Trophy Award: Gino Torretta, Miami-Fla (QB)

1993-01-25

20th American Music Award: Michael Jackson, Mariah Carey win

1993-02-28

7th American Comedy Award: seinfeld wins

1993-03-29

Actress Elizabeth Taylor presented the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award for work for AIDs causes at 65th Academy Awards

1993-04-13

14th Emmy Sports Award presentation

1993-05-26

Emmy 20th Daytime Award presentation - Susan Lucci loses for 14th time

1993-09-29

27th Country Music Association Award: Vince Gill wins

1993-12-11

59th Heisman Trophy Award: Charlie Ward, Florida State (QB)

1994-02-07

21st American Music Award: Whitney Houston wins

1994-03-07

8th American Comedy Award: Carrot Top wins

1994-04-19

15th Emmy Sports Award presentation

1994-04-19

Rodney King award $3,800,000 in compensation for his police beating

1994-05-25

Emmy 21st Daytime Award presentation - Susan Lucci not nominated

1994-10-05

28th Country Music Association Award: Vince Gill & Pam Tillis wins

1994-12-10

60th Heisman Trophy Award: Rashaan Salaam, Colorado (RB)

1995-01-30

22nd American Music Award: Boyz II Men & Ace of Base win

1995-03-06

9th American Comedy Award: Rodney Dangerfield

1995-04-25

16th Emmy Sports Award presentation

1995-05-19

Emmy 22nd Daytime Award presentation - Susan Lucci loses for 15th time

1995-10-04

29th Country Music Association Award: Krauss Jackson win

1995-12-09

61st Heisman Trophy Award: Eddie George, Ohio State (RB)

1996-01-29

23rd American Music Award: Garth Brooks wins

1996-03-06

10th American Comedy Award

1996-05-22

Emmy 23rd Daytime Award presentation - Susan Lucci loses for 16th time

1996-10-02

30th Country Music Association Award: Brooks & Dunn win

1996-11-11

Braves' John Smoltz wins NL Cy Young Award

1996-11-12

Toronto's Pat Hentgen wins AL Cy Young Award

1996-12-14

62nd Heisman Trophy Award: Danny Wuerffel, Florida (QB)

1997-01-27

24th American Music Award: Toni Braxton & Alanis Morissette win

1997-02-09

11th American Comedy Award: Debbie Reynolds

1997-03-14

Olympic gold medalist Michael Johnson wins 67th James E Sullivan Award

1997-05-21

Emmy 24th Daytime Award presentation - Susan Lucci loses for 17th time

1997-09-07

Emmy Creative Arts Award presentation

1997-09-10

Emmy News & Documentaries Award presentation

1997-09-24

31st Country Music Association Award: Garth Brooks, Trisha Yearwood & George Strait wins

1997-11-11

Roger Clemens wins his 4th AL Cy Young Award

1997-11-12

Pedro Martinez wins NL Cy Young Award

1997-12-13

63rd Heisman Trophy Award: Charles Woodson, Michigan (CB)

1998-01-26

25th American Music Award: Spice Girls & Babyface win

1998-03-08

The Screen Actors Guild award Gloria Stuart (Old Rose in "Titanic") with their Founders Award

1998-09-23

32nd Country Music Association Award: Garth Brooks, Trisha Yearwood & George Strait wins

1999-01-11

26th American Music Award: Celine Dion & Eric Clapton win

1999-09-22

33rd Country Music Association Award: Shania Twain, Martina McBride & Tim McGraw wins

2000-01-17

27th American Music Award: Shania Twain & Will Smith win

2000-10-04

34th Country Music Association Award: Dixie Chicks, Faith Hill & Tim McGraw wins

2001-01-08

28th American Music Award: Faith Hill & Kid Rock win

2001-11-07

35th Country Music Association Award: Tim McGraw, Lee Ann Womack & Toby Keith wins

2002-01-09

Michael Jackson receives the Artist of the Century award at the American music awards

2002-01-09

29th American Music Award: Janet Jackson & Lenny Kravitz win

2002-11-06

36th Country Music Association Award: Alan Jackson & Martina McBride wins

2002-11-13

Eminem releases single 'Lose Yourself' from soundtrack of 8 Mile, 1st rap song to win Academy Award Best Original Song

2003-01-13

30th American Music Award: Sheryl Crow & Eminem win

2003-11-05

37th Country Music Association Award: Alan Jackson & Martina McBride wins

2004-05-21

Stanislav Petrov awarded World Citizen Award for averting a potential nuclear war in 1983 after correctly guessing Russian early warning system at fault

2004-11-09

38th Country Music Association Award: Kenny Chesney, Martina McBride & Keith Urban wins

2004-11-14

31st American Music Award: Sheryl Crow, Usher & Kenny Chesney win

2005-11-15

39th Country Music Association Award: Keith Urban & Gretchen Wilson wins

2005-11-22

32nd American Music Award: Gwen Stefani, Will Smith & Kelly Clarkson win

2006-11-06

40th Country Music Association Award: Kenny Chesney, Carrie Underwood & Keith Urban wins

2006-11-21

33rd American Music Award: Kelly Clarkson, Sean Paul & Rascal Flatts win

2007-11-07

41st Country Music Association Award: Kenny Chesney, Carrie Underwood & Brad Paisley wins

2007-11-18

34th American Music Award: Fergie, Justin Timberlake & Carrie Underwood win

2008-11-12

42nd Country Music Association Award: Kenny Chesney, Carrie Underwood & Brad Paisley wins

2008-11-23

35th American Music Award: Rihanna & Chris Brown win

2009-02-22

Heath Ledger, posthumously, wins the Academy Award for Best Supporting Act for his performance as the Joker in "The Dark Knight"

2009-04-25

Elijah Wood is honored with the Midnight Award by the San Francisco International Film Festival as an American actor who "has made outstanding contributions to independent and Hollywood cinema, and who brings striking intelligence, exemplary talent and extraordinary depth of character to his roles"

2009-11-11

43rd Country Music Association Award: Taylor Swift & Brad Paisley wins

2009-11-22

36th American Music Award: Taylor Swift & Michael Jackson win

2010-05-01

Canadian singer Bryan Adams is given the Governor General's Performing Arts Award for his 30 years of contributions to the arts

2010-11-10

44th Country Music Association Award: Brad Paisley, Miranda Lambert & Blake Shelton wins

2010-11-21

37th American Music Award: Lady Gaga & Justin Bieber win

2011-11-09

45th Country Music Association Award: Taylor Swift, Miranda Lambert & Blake Shelton wins

2011-11-20

38th American Music Award: Adele, Bruno Mars & Taylor Swift win

2012-11-01

46th Country Music Association Award: Blake Shelton & Miranda Lambert wins

2012-11-18

39th American Music Award: Katy Perry & Justin Bieber win

2012-12-14

Gene Wolfe wins the Damon Knight Memorial Grand Master Award

2013-06-05

47th Country Music Association Award: George Strait, Miranda Lambert & Blake Shelton wins

2013-06-06

Kevin Barry's City of Bohane wins the IMPAC Dublin Literary Award

2013-11-24

40th American Music Award: Taylor Swift & Justin Timberlake win

2014-06-24

Sidney Crosby wins the Hart Memorial Trophy and the Ted Lindsay Award for the 2014 NHL season

2014-09-23

Grammy Award winning rapper Eve (35) weds entrepreneur Maximillion Cooper at Cala Jondal Beach in Ibiza, Spain

2015-12-12

Heisman Trophy: Alabama running back Derrick Henry wins 2015 award

2016-11-15

Gwen Ifill, Award-Winning Political Reporter and Author, Dies at 61

2016-11-17

Cy Young Award: Max Scherzer Wins in NL and Rick Porcello Wins in AL

2017-01-10

Cristiano Ronaldo beats Lionel Messi to win Fifa best player award

2018-02-04

Patriots QB Tom Brady picks up third league MVP award of career

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Award - Notable Birthdays

Dorothy ParkerAug 22, 1893

John Kenneth GalbraithOct 15, 1908

Sidney SheldonFeb 11, 1917

Susan SontagJan 16, 1933

Morgan FreemanJun 1, 1937

Barbra StreisandApr 24, 1942

Kathy BatesJun 28, 1948

Peter JacksonOct 31, 1961

Marlee MatlinAug 24, 1965

Award - Birthdays
Date Event
1700-01-29

Daniel Bernoulli, Basel Switz, mathematician (10 time French award)

1852-04-23

Edwin Markham, US, poet (1st winner of American Acad of Poets Award 1937)

1860-08-22

Paul G Nipkow, German TV pioneer (Nipkow Award)

1878-02-02

Christian Gauss, educator/writer (Phi Beta Kappa award namesake)

1883-04-12

Imogen Cunningham, photographer (1965 ASMP award)

1886-01-03

Josephine Hull, Newtonville MA, Academy award actress (Harvey)

1886-12-10

Victor McLaglen, Tunbridge Wells, England, actor (Informer - Academy Award 1935)

1887-02-22

Mary Ellen Chase, educator/author (Windswept, 1959 Sarah Hale Award)

1888-02-17

Henrietta P "Hetty" Beck, actress (Bouwmeester Award)

1888-03-10

Barry Fitzgerald, Dublin Ireland, actor (Acad Award-Going My Way)

1889-10-19

Uncle Art Satherly, entertainer (1968 Acad of Country Music Award)

1889-10-27

Enid Bagnold, novelist (Chalk Garden, 1956 Award of Merit)

1889-11-24

Albert J Sylvester, England, ballroom dancer (Alex Moor Award-1977)

1891-02-09

Ronald Colman, England, 1947 Acad Award actor (Tale of 2 Cities)

1892-02-22

David Dubinsky, labor leader (Freedom Award, 1969 Medal of Freedom)

1892-07-11

Thomas Mitchell, NJ, academy award winning actor (Outlaw, Adventures)

1893-08-22

Dorothy Parker, NJ, short story writer (1958 Marjorie Peabody Award), (d. 1967)

1894-05-10

Dimitri Tiomkin, Russia, composer (Acad Award 1954-High & Mighty)

1895-09-22

Paul Muni, actor (Acad Award 1936-Angel on My Shoulder, Juarez)

1899-12-16

Noel Coward, England, playwright (In Which We Serve-1942 Acad Award)

1902-02-20

Ansel Adams, photographer (1966 ASMP Award)

1903-04-23

Lou Capra, AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Frank Capra

1903-11-12

Jack Oakie, Sedalia Mo, actor (Great Dictator, 1974 Photoplay Award)

1903-12-08

Adele Simpson, NYC, fashion designer (Neiman-Marcus Award-1946)

1903-12-28

John von Neumann, mathematician/astronomer (Bocher Award 1938)

1905-01-03

Ray Milland, Neath Wales, actor (Lost Weekend-Acad Award 1945)

1905-07-04

Lionel Trilling, author (1969 Poses Award, Liberal Imagination)

1905-12-31

Jule Styne, England, songwriter/composer (1954 Acad Award, 1968 Tony)

1906-07-03

George Sanders, Russia, actor (All About Eve-Academy Award 1950)

1906-07-18

Clifford Odets, US, dramatist (1961 Award of Merit-Golden Boy)

1907-02-17

Alec Wilder, Rochester NY, composer (1973 ASCAP award)

1908-10-15

John Kenneth Galbraith, economist (Affluent Society-58 Hillman Award)

1909-12-09

Douglas Fairbanks Jr., AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Lillian Gish

1913-12-15

Muriel Rukeyser, US, poet (1977 Shelley Memorial Award)

1914-11-20

Emilio Pucci, Naples, fashion designer (Neiman-Marcus Award-1954)

1915-11-13

Howard Cooke, Jamaica, (1991 Mico Gold Medal Award)

1916-05-23

Margaret Hayden Rector, playwright (living legacy award 1995)

1916-07-23

Ben Weber, St Louis Missouri, composer (Thorne Music Award-1965)

1917-02-11

Sidney Sheldon, novelist (1947 Academy Award, 1959 Tony, Bloodline)

1920-03-16

John Addison, Surrey England, composer (Tom Jones-Acad Award)

1920-06-27

I A L Diamond, screenwriter (1960 Acad Award-Apartment)

1921-01-06

Cary Middlecoff, golfer (1956 Vardon Trophy, 1955 Byron Nelson Award)

1921-06-19

Rosalyn Yalow, famed award winning medical physicist

1921-11-26

Francoise Gilot, painter, designer, author living legacy award, 1984

1922-10-18

Richard Stankiewicz, US sculptor (1974 Akston Award, 1966 Brandeis)

1922-12-11

Grace Paley, writer (1970 Arts & Letters Award)

1923-05-01

Joseph Heller, Brooklyn New York, American novelist (Catch-22, 1963 Arts & Letters Award)

1923-05-15

Richard Avedon, US, photographer (1957 ASMP award)

1924-02-26

Mark Bucci, NYC, composer (1959 Arts & Letters Award)

1924-09-13

Maurice Jarre, Lyons France, composer (Dr Zhivago-Acad Award 1966)

1924-12-04

John Portman, SC, architect (Ivan Allen Award-1964)

1925-11-26

Eugene Istomin, NYC, pianist (Leventritt Award-1943)

1928-10-14

Gary Graffman, NYC, pianist (Leventritt Award)

1929-01-07

Douglas Kiker, NBC newsman (1970 Peabody Award)

1929-07-26

Jean Shepherd, humorist (Playboy satire Award 1966, 1967, 1969)

1932-08-22

Theoni Vachliotis aldredge, award winning costume designer

1933-01-16

Susan Sontag, NYC, author/film director (Benefactor, 1966 Pol Award)

1933-02-13

Emanuel Ungaro, France, fashion designer (Neiman-Marcus Award-1969)

1933-05-22

John Browning, Denver Colorado, pianist (Leventritt Award-1956)

1935-04-08

Elizabeth Barrett-Connor, epidemiologist (Living legacy award-1984)

1936-02-12

Fang Lizhi, The Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Award on PBS

1937-04-08

Seymour Hersh, award winning investigative reporter (NY Times)

1937-06-01

Morgan Freeman, Memphis Tennessee, Academy award winning actor (Driving Mrs Daisy, Glory)

1938-07-12

Eiko Ishioka, Tokyo, Japan, Costume Designer (Academy Award, Bram Stoker's Dracula), (d. 2012)

1940-07-25

John Pennel, pole vaulter (James E Sullivan Award-1963)

1941-04-24

John Williams, Melbourne Australia, guitarist (Acad Award)

1941-09-20

Dale Chihuly, Tacoma Wash, artist in glass (Louis Tiffany Award 1967)

1942-04-24

Barbra Streisand, Brooklyn New York, American singer/actress/award winner (People)

1942-08-10

Betsy Johnson, fashion designer (1971 Winnie Award)

1942-12-28

Paul Horowitz, NYC, physicist, META project (Sloan Award 1971-3)

1943-01-15

Mike Marshall, MLB pitcher (1974 Cy Young Award)

1943-06-01

Richard Goode, Bronx, concert pianist (1980 Avery Fisher Award)

1943-06-23

Vint Cerf, American Internet pioneer, Turing Award laureate

1948-06-28

Kathy Bates, Memphis TN, academy award winning actress (Misery)

1948-10-02

Donna Karan, Forest Hills NY, fashion designer (Coty Award-1977)

1950-03-05

Eugene Fodor, Turkey Creek CO, violinist (1974 Tchaikovsky Award)

1952-01-17

Ryuichi Sakamoto, Jap, rocker (Academy Award 1988, Yellow Magic Orch)

1954-03-18

Roman Frankl, The Florence Foster Jenkins Award

1955-11-14

Willie Hernandez, pitcher (Cy Young Award)

1956-08-26

Maneka Gandhi, E.ON Energy Globe Award CR 2008

1957-06-23

Frances McDormand, actress, (Fargo, Academy Award)

1960-09-27

Nick della Casa, British/Brazillian/Argentine cameraman (Emmy Award)

1961-05-11

Cecile Licad, Manila Philippines, pianist (Leventritt Award-1981)

1961-10-05

Matthew Kauffman, American journalist and George Polk Award winner

1961-10-31

Peter Jackson, Pukerua Bay, New Zealand, film director (Lord of the Rings - Academy Award, Best Director, 2003)

1965-02-25

Carrot Top, [Scott Thompson], Fla, comedian (Amer Comedy Award-1994)

1965-08-03

Linda Crispien, AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to George Lucas

1965-08-24

Marlee Matlin, Morton Grove Illinois, deaf actress (Children of Lesser God-Acad Award)

1967-04-26

Marianne Jean-Baptiste, Academy Award nominated British actress

1986-11-26

Aneta Langerová, E.ON Energy Globe Award CR 2010

1996-03-09

Darsheel Safary, Youngest Indian actor to win filmfare award for best performance

Award - Notable Weddings

Angela LansburyAug 12, 1949

W.E.B. Du BoisFeb 27, 1951

Paul NewmanJan 29, 1958

Donna SummerAug 5, 1971

Kenny RogersJun 1, 1997

CoolioSep 27, 1997

Barbra StreisandJul 1, 1998

Hank AzariaJul 17, 1999

Angelina JolieMay 5, 2000

Lisa Marie PresleyAug 10, 2002

Russell CroweApr 7, 2003

Kevin CostnerSep 25, 2004

Sandra BullockJul 16, 2005

Amy WinehouseMay 18, 2007

Harrison FordJun 15, 2010

Alicia KeysJul 31, 2010

Anne HathawaySep 29, 2012

Justin TimberlakeOct 19, 2012

Award - Weddings
Date Event
1940-01-26

Actor Ronald Raegan (28) weds Academy Award-winning actress Jane Wyman (23) at the Wee Kirk o' the Heather church in Glendale, California

1949-08-12

Multi-Tony award-winning actress Angela Lansbury (23) weds actor and producer Peter Shaw (31) at St. Columba's Presbyterian Church of Scotland in London, England

1951-02-27

Activist W.E.B. Du Bois (83) weds award-winning author Shirley Graham (54) in Queens, New York

1958-01-29

Academy Award-winning actor Paul Newman (33) weds "The Three Faces of Eve" actress Joanne Woodward (27) at the El Rancho hotel-casino in Las Vegas

1964-06-27

Broadway musical actress-singer Ethel Merman (56) weds academy award-winning actor Ernest Borgnine (47) in Beverly Hills, California

1971-08-05

Five-time Grammy Award singer Donna Summer (22) weds actor Helmuth Sommer

1975-06-07

Academy Award-winning director Ron Howard (21) weds Cheryl Alley (21) at Magnolia Park United Methodist Church in Burbank, California

1980-07-16

Five-time Grammy Award singer Donna Summer (31) weds award winning arranger Bruce Sudano (31) in Los Angeles, California

1994-08-27

TV executive Anthony Radziwill (35) weds Emmy Award-winning journalist Carole Di Falco (31) in East Hampton, New York

1995-10-07

"Cheers" actor Ted Danson (47) weds Academy Award-winning actress Mary Steenbergen (42)

1996-07-20

Tony Award-winning actress Bernadette Peters (48) weds investment adviser Michael Wittenberg (34) in Millbrook, New York

1997-06-01

Grammy Award-winning singer Kenny Rogers (59) weds Wanda Miller (31) at his ranch in Athens, Georgia

1997-07-28

Two-time Grammy Award winner Sheena Easton (38) weds documentary director Timothy Delarm (35) in Las Vegas

1997-09-27

Grammy Award winning singer-rapper Coolio (34) weds Los Angeles DJ Josefa Salinas (37) in Las Vegas

1997-12-31

Academy Award-winning actress Helen Mirren (52) weds The Devil's Advocate director Taylor Hackford (53) at the Ardersier Parish Church near Inverness in the Scottish Highlands

1998-02-14

Golden Globe Award-winning actress Sharon Stone (40) weds San Francisco Examiner executive editor Phil Bronstein (47) in Beverly Hills, California

1998-07-01

Eight-time Grammy Award-winning singer Barbra Streisand (57) weds actor James Brolin (58) in Malibu

1999-07-17

Academy Award-winning actress Helen Hunt (36) weds "The Simpsons" voice actor Hank Azaria (35) in Los Angeles, California

2000-05-05

Academy Award-winning actress Angelina Jolie (24) weds actor Billy Bob Thornton (44) at The Little Church of The West Wedding Chapel in Las Vegas, Nevada

2002-08-10

Academy Award-winning actor Nicolas Cage (38) weds "Princess of Rock and Roll" Lisa Marie Presley (34) at the Mauna Lani Bay Hotel on the Big Island of Hawaii

2003-04-07

Academy Award "Gladiator" actor Russell Crowe (39) weds singer Danielle Spencer (32) at his 560-acre cattle farm in Nana Glen, New South Wales, Australia

2004-09-25

Academy Award winning actor Kevin Costner (49) weds model and handbag designer Christine Baumgartner (30) at his 165-acre ranch in Aspen, Colorado

2005-07-16

Academy award winning actress Sandra Bullock (40) weds "Monster Garage" host Jesse James (36) at sunset on the grounds of The Folded Hills Ranch in Gaviota, California

2005-08-20

Award-winning American news anchor Lauren Sanchez (35) weds prominent talent agent Patrick Whitesell at The Bacara Resort and Spa in Santa Barbara, California

2006-01-27

Mexican Latin Grammy Award singer Ana Barbara (35) weds Jose Maria Fernandez in Mexico

2006-02-03

Academy Award-winning actress Glenn Close (58) weds David Evans Shaw in Maine

2006-03-16

Academy Award-winning actor Richard Dreyfuss (58) weds Svetlana Erokhin in Harrisonburg, Virginia

2006-04-08

Two-time Latin Grammy Award-winning Spanish gypsy singer Rosario Flores (42) weds "Kingdom of Heaven" first assistant director Pedro Lazaga on a small village Canos de Meca in Cadiz, Spain

2006-05-29

Award-winning English actress Tamzin Outhwaite (35) weds former "EastEnders" actor Tom Ellis (26) at All Saints Church in Lullington, Somerset

2007-04-14

"Rocky" film series actor Carl Weathers (59) weds award-winning producer Jennifer Peterson on a seaside wedding in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

2007-05-18

Grammy award-winning singer Amy Winehouse (23) weds former video production assistant Blake Fielder-Civil (25) in Miami, Florida

2010-06-15

Film actor and producer Harrison Ford (67) weds actress and Golden Globe Award winner Calista Flockhart (45) in Santa Fe, New Mexico

2010-07-31

R&B singer-songwriter Alicia Keys (31) weds Grammy Award winning rapper Swizz Beatz (33) at a private home on the French island of Corsica

2011-11-11

Sixteen-time Grammy Award-winning hit producer and songwriter David Foster (62) weds model Yolanda Hadid in Beverly Hills

2012-09-29

Academy Award-winning actress Anne Hathaway (29) weds actor-turned-jewelry designer Adam Shulman (31) in Big Sur, California

2012-10-19

Grammy Award winning singer Justin Timberlake (31) weds "Total Recall" actress Jessica Biel (30) at the Borgo Egnazia resort in Fasano, Italy

2012-11-17

Award-winning Chinese actress Chen Yao (33) weds cinematographer Yu Cao in Queenstown, New Zealand

2013-10-12

Grammy award-winning record producer Pharrell Williams (40) weds model Helen Lasichanh in Miami, Florida

2014-06-14

Grammy Award winning rapper Eve (35) weds entrepreneur Maximillion Cooper at Cala Jondal Beach in Ibiza, Spain

Award - Notable Divorces

Nicolas CageNov 25, 2002

Amy WinehouseAug 28, 2009

Shania TwainMay 29, 2010

Sandra BullockJun 28, 2010

Award - Divorces
Date Event
1964-07-28

Broadway musical actress-singer Ethel Merman (56) divorces academy award-winning actor Ernest Borgnine (47) after 32 days of marriage

2002-11-25

Academy Award-winning actor Nicolas Cage (38) divorces "Princess of Rock and Roll" Lisa Marie Presley (34) due to irreconcilable differences after 3 months of marriage

2009-08-28

Blake Fielder-Civil (27) divorces Grammy award-winning singer Amy Winehouse (25) due to adultery after 2 years of marriage

2010-05-29

Five-time Grammy Award singer Shania Twain (42) divorces music producer Robert John Lange (59) after 14 years of marriage

2010-06-19

Backup dancer Dean Sheremet (29) divorces Grammy Award-winning singer LeAnn Rimes (27) after nearly eight years of marriage

2010-06-28

Academy award winning actress Sandra Bullock (45) divorces "Monster Garage" host Jesse James (40) due to conflict of personalities after nearly 5 years of marriage

Award - Deaths
Date Event
1961-05-13

Gary Cooper, 2 time Acad award winning actor (High Noon), dies at 60

1979-06-16

Ben Weber, US composer (Thorne Music Award 1965), dies at 62

1983-05-25

Sydney Box, academy award producer, dies at 76

1984-07-01

Lou Capra, AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Frank Capra

1985-12-31

Sam Spiegel, Academy Award winning producer (Betrayal), dies at 84

1986-03-10

Ray Milland, actor (Lost Weekend-Acad Award 1945), dies at 81

1988-12-28

Hal Ashby, academy-award winning director, dies of cancer at 59

1994-10-10

Frances Cagney, AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to James Cagney

1994-11-12

Charles "Honi" Coles, dancer (1983 Tony award), dies at 81

2000-05-07

Douglas Fairbanks Jr., AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Lillian Gish

2009-03-04

Horton Foote, American Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright and Academy Award-winning screenwriter (b. 1916)

2012-03-14

Pierre Schoendoerffer, French Academy Award winning director and screen writer, dies from surgical complications at 83

2012-04-06

Fang Lizhi, The Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Award on PBS

2012-07-13

Richard Darryl Zanuck, American Academy Award winning film producer, dies from a heart attack at 77

2013-08-05

George Duke, American Grammy-Award winning musician, dies from chronic lymphocytic leukemia at 67

2016-04-23

Award-winning Guardian reporter David Beresford dies aged 68

2016-04-29

David Page, award-winning music director of Bangarra, dies aged 55

2016-07-03

Poet and award-winning Falstaff novelist Robert Nye dies aged 77

2016-08-11

Sasi Shankar, National Award-winning Malayalam filmmaker, dies aged 58

2016-08-15

Na Muthukumar, national award-winning Tamil film lyricist, dies aged 41

2016-10-05

Gloria Naylor, award-winning novelist, dies aged 66

2017-10-25

Robert Guillaume, Emmy Award winner best known as butler Benson, dies aged 89

2018-08-22

Tony Award-winning actress Barbara Harris dies at age 83

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