|Take Jerry out to the ballgame, 1969|
"A baseball fan since childhood, he hired a 40-piece band and eight background singers to record the national anthem as a gift for the Yankees in 1963. The recording became a fixture at sporting events for years and was the first song inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, N.Y."
"The crazed cross-dresser set fire to papers and shoved them into the opening of the token booth’s glass facing at the D train station at 182nd St./183rd St. in Fordham at 4:50 p.m."Swastika-Wearing Cabbie Says He Doesn't Hate Jews
"Perhaps the most interesting part of the interview was a question Diaz, who is not white, posed to reporter Young. 'Who says you have to be white to be a National Socialist?' he asked.""Stealing? I'll teach you!"
The grocery store fight that opened the 1995 Jackie Chan film Rumble In The Bronx: