Links to the past, with relevance today:
PEOPLE: Even ailing, John Stamos, 58, looks good. He posted a selfie from a hospital bed following surgery for a condition known as "trigger finger."
HUFF POST: Sirhan Sirhan, the 77-year-old convicted assassin of presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy (1925-1968), has been granted parole by California's parole board after two of Kennedy's children endorsed freeing him. Douglas Harriman Kennedy (b. 1967) and Robert F. Kennedy Jr. (b. 1954) supported Sirhan, while his eight other surviving children did not.
This ruling will be reviewed over the following 90 days by the board's staff, when it will be sent to Gov. Gavin Newsom (D-California) — presuming he survives the September recall — and he'll have 30 days to grant, reverse, or modify it.
I am against over-incarceration in general, but it boggles the mind that one could assassinate a presidential candidate and ever see freedom.
HISTORY: The history of the Gay Games, which were launched in San Francisco in 1982 and which survived a lawsuit by the U.S. Olympic Committee over casual use of the word "Olympics."
VIENNA'S CLASSIC HOLLYWOOD: A deep dive into the silent and sound films of Cecil B. DeMille (1881-1959).
INSTAGRAM (YOU SHOULD BE FOLLOWING GR8ERDAYS THERE!): Who knew Sonny Shroyer, who is 86 today, was smuggling that torso under his "Enos" uniforms all those years?!
THR: Cuban actress Xonia Benguría dead at 96.