TODAY IN HISTORY:
1995, Hollywood Madam Heidi Fleiss was sentenced to three years in prison for running a call girl operation which catered to the rich and famous.
1935, the Cincinnati Reds beat Philadelphia in the first baseball game to be played under the lights.
1883, New York City's Brooklyn Bridge opened, linking Manhattan and Brooklyn. I still have that bridge for sale…if you have cash.
1844, Samuel Morse demonstrated the telegraph with what is now known as Morse Code. The message "What hath God wrought" was sent from Washington, D.C. to Baltimore, Maryland.