This is History: Remembering Bobby Kennedy, 1st Edition of The Chicago Tribune in 1847, Baseball Hall of Fame Founded

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PHOTO CREDIT: AP PHOTO Robert F Kennedy: Sen. Robert F. Kennedy, D-N.Y., March 1, 1967. In June 2008 New York lawmakers approved the renaming New York City's Triborough Bridge the Robert F. Kennedy Bridge. The Triborough Bridge, opened in 1936, is actually a complex of three bridges, a viaduct and 14 miles of approach roads. It links Manhattan, the Bronx and Queens.

Dave Plier and Dave Schwan discuss the legacy of Robert Kennedy – 50 Years after his assassination, the first edition of the Chicago Tribune in 1847, the Farmer Labor Party forming in Chicago in 1922, the first Drive-In Theater debuted in 1933, the Baseball Hall of Fame opened, Sonny & Cher make their 1st TV appearance, ‘Grease’ premiered in theaters, Ronald Reagan’s passing in 2004.


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