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It happened on a… July 4

2009

The Statue of Liberty’s crown reopens to the public after 8 years, due to security reasons following the World Trade Center attacks.

2004

The cornerstone of the Freedom Tower is laid on the site of the World Trade Center in New York City.

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1987

Klaus Barbie, the former Gestapo chief known as the “Butcher of Lyon,” was convicted by a French court of crimes against humanity and sentenced to life in prison.

1970

Casey Kasem’s “American Top 40” debuts on LA radio.

1964

Beachboys’ “I Get Around” reaches #1.

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1888

1st organized rodeo competition held, Prescott, Arizona.

1886

The people of France offer the Statue of Liberty to the people of the United States.

1865

Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland is published.

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1776

US Congress proclaims the Declaration of Independence and independence from Britain.

1634

The city of Trois-Rivières is founded in New France.

1609

Samuel de Champlain discovers what was later named Lake Champlain in his honour; on Quebec and New York border.

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Celine Dion: New biography reveals new secrets

Céline Dion is yet again the talk of the town, as another biography about her has just been released.

La vraie histoire, a book written by two French authors, Laurence Pieau and Hervé Tropéa, reveal new aspects of the career, personal life and health of the international star.

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Revelations about René Angélil, René-Charles Angélil and about Céline Dion herself have been the talk of the town for a few days now, but also in Europe.

The biographical book in question, available now, seems complete and well elaborated, benefiting from research that is said to be exhaustive and professional.

Moreover, as reported by the Journal de Montréal, according to Hervé Tropéa, Celine would suffer from a problem of muscle spasms, which would delay her return on stage.

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A book, published at Robert Laffont, which does not go unnoticed in any case!

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Karine Vanasse receives a nice tribute for her birthday!

The makeup artist and hair stylist Leslie-Ann Thomson highlights the birthday of the actress Karine Vanasse and it’s quite funny!

Indeed, it is in a reel-like publication made on Instagram that Leslie-Ann Thomson decided to highlight the birthday of Vanasse!

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“Happy Birthday to my Queen @karinevanasse I wish you all the best because you deserve it all😻❤✨🎂🥂I
can’t wait to see you climb another tree 🌲🌳🌴XO LA”, we can read in the description of the publication which shows some pretty funny moments to watch!

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“When @leslie_ann_thomson wishes you a happy birthday via a reel, it feels like you’ve been living happily, climbing trees and eating Cheetos without guilt all year… and that’s pretty much the feeling I’m leaving #38 with,” theBefore the Crash actress responded by reposting the video on her page in which she is seen… actually climbing trees and eating Cheetos!

Colleagues and fans also wanted to wish Karine a happy birthday in the comments!

Now it’s our turn to wish a happy birthday to an actress who never ceases to impress us.

Happy birthday Karine!

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It happened on a… November 26

2018

DC superhero film “Aquaman” directed by James Wan starring Jason Momoa and Amber Heard premieres in London

2003

Supersonic airplane the Concorde makes its last ever flight, returning to Bristol, England.

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1992

Queen Elizabeth II had volunteered to start paying taxes on her personal income.

1984

Guy Lafleur announces he will retire from hockey; after 518 goals and 14 years of service with the Montreal Canadiens.

1971

Viola Léger puts on her first performance of Antonine Maillet’s ‘La Sagouine’ for a Moncton radio station.

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1962

Fab Four have their first recording session under name The Beatles

1956

“The Price Is Right” debuts on NBC.

1948

1st polaroid camera (model 95) sold for $89.75 in Boston at the Jordan Marsh department store..

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1942

The motion picture “Casablanca” had its world premiere at the Hollywood Theater in New York City.

1922

English archaeologist Howard Carter opens Tutankhamun’s virtually intact tomb in Egypt.

1917

The National Hockey League (NHL) was officially formed in Montreal, Canada.

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1865

“Alice in Wonderland” by Lewis Carroll is published in America.

1789

1st national Thanksgiving in America.

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