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Howard Stern

Birthday Report for January 12th, 1954

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Events of the Month for Howard Stern  

When Howard Stern entered the world, these stories made the front page of the nation's newspapers: Secretary of State John Foster Dulles agrees to meet with Soviet Ambassador Georgi Zarubin to discuss nuclear energy and atomic weapons. President Eisenhower announces a plan that would strip convicted communists of their U.S. citizenship. Nautilus, the first submarine powered by atomic energy, is launched at the Electric Boat Company in Connecticut. In other news, the Second Biennial International Exhibition of Modern Art opens in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Haiti celebrates its 150th year of independence from France. 


Entertainment News for the year Howard Stern was born

Audiences were applauding these developments in the entertainment industry when Howard Stern was an infant. Frank Sinatra makes a comeback this year in From Here to Eternity. Marlon Brando wins the Best Actor Oscar for the classic On the Waterfront. And Judy Garland stars in her last big musical A Star is Born. Meanwhile, the mambo is the latest dance craze to sweep the nation bringing with it the song Papa Loves Mambo.

Popular Music when Howard Stern was born.

When Howard Stern was rocking in a cradle, these songs were topping the music charts: Back in 1954, the popular songs were: Hey, there performed by Rosemary Clooney; I Need You Now performed by Eddie Fisher; Let Me Go Lover sung by Joan Weber; as well as Make Love to Me by Jo Stafford. Also topping the musical charts: Mister Sandman by Chordettes; Secret Love by Doris Day; Sh-boom by Crew Cuts; and the ever popular Wanted by Perry Como.

Movie News for the year Howard Stern was born.

While Howard Stern was discovering how to stand up, The Academy gave a standing ovation to these movies and actors: 'On The Waterfront'- Directed by Elia Kazan won the Best Movie Academy Award in 1954. Also this year, the Academy Award for Best Actor went to Marlon Brando for his role in 'On the Waterfront' and the Best Actress Award went to Grace Kelly for her role in 'The Country Girl'.

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