Immortalized by Donovan in 1967. Most Russian hurdy gurdy performers were purged by Stalin in the 1930's. See also 60's, Music.
Full name of professional baseball player Cal McLish, who they called "Bus" for short. See also 40's, Baseball, People.
Birthplace of Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Bill Withers. See also 70's, Music.
Monocolored garment used for exercise, popularized by French acrobat Jules Leotard. See also French.
Presidential campaign slogan of former baseball player Bill "Spaceman" Lee, who ran under the absurdist Rhinoceros Party ticket in 1988. See also Baseball, Politics, Sports.
Former professional basketball player nicknamed "Dinner Bell Mel". Turpin was chosen before John Stockton in the 1984 NBA draft that also included Hakeem Olajuwon, Michael Jordan, and Charles Barkley. See also Basketball, Names, Sports.
Creator of Eggs Benedict and Waldorf Salad, though never trained as a chef. Also known as "Oscar of the Waldorf", he was maitre d'hotel of Delmonico's restaurant and the Waldorf-Astoria. See also Pioneers.
Former major league baseball team that played three seasons in the late 1800's. See also Baseball, Sports, Teams.
A fruit and nut salad with mayonnaise, developed in 1896 by a man named Oscar Tschirky. See also Wealth.
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