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If more of us valued food and cheer and song above hoarded gold, it would be a merrier world. -- J.R.R. Tolkien
June 15, 2024
conditions: Mainly Clear, 11.5°C, 102.2 kPa falling, wind at E 4 km/h and 66 % humidity

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1Sabrina Carpenter : Please Please Please
2Shaboozey : A Bar Song (Tipsy)
3Post Malone : I Had Some Help (Feat. Morgan Wallen)
4Sabrina Carpenter : Espresso
5Eminem : Houdini
6Billie Eilish : BIRDS OF A FEATHER
8Kendrick Lamar : Not Like Us
9Benson Boone : Beautiful Things
10Zach Bryan : Pink Skies
11Hozier : Too Sweet
12Central Cee : BAND4BAND
13Billie Eilish : LUNCH
14Myles Smith : Stargazing
15Dasha : Austin
16Teddy Swims : Lose Control
17Noah Kahan : Stick Season
18Chappell Roan : Good Luck, Babe!
19Zach Bryan : I Remember Everything
20Taylor Swift : Fortnight
21Benson Boone : Slow It Down
22Morgan Wallen : Last Night
23Artemas : i like the way you kiss me
Sun 16 Jun
high: 22 C
Mainly sunny
Mon 17 Jun
high: 30 C
Chance of showers
pop: 40%
Tue 18 Jun
high: 34 C
Wed 19 Jun
high: 32 C
A mix of sun and cloud
Thu 20 Jun
high: 32 C
A mix of sun and cloud

adjective (un-bih-NOHNST)

Unbeknownst means “without being known about by (a specified person or group of people).”

// Unbeknownst to the students, the teacher had entered the room.

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Unbeknownst to many tenants across the city, an obscure city rule requires some newly built rental properties to be put under the city’s rent stabilization ordinance, commonly referred to as rent control.” — Andre Khouri, The Los Angeles Times, 29 Apr. 2024

"The good life is one inspired by love and guided by knowledge." - Bertrand Russell
- Emperor Ming of Han [Liu Yang], Chinese Emperor of the Han dynasty (58-69 AD), born in Luoyang, China (d. 75 AD)
- János Fusz, Hungarian-German composer, born in Tolna, Hungary (d. 1819)
- Yuri Andropov, General Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union (1982-84) and KGB Chief (1967-82), born in Nagutskaya, Stavropol Region, Russian Empire (d. 1984)
- Alfred "Lash" LaRue, American actor (Lash of the West, Wyatt Earp), born in Gretna, Louisiana, United States (d. 1996)
- Tony Oxley, British free-jazz and avant-garde drummer, born in Sheffield, England (d. 2023)
- Seppo Pääkkönen, Finnish actor
- Helen Hunt, American actress (Mad About You - "Jamie"; As Good as it Gets), born in Los Angeles, California
- Cedric Pioline, French tennis player (runner-up US Open 1993, Wimbledon 1997), born in Neuilly-sur-Seine, France

On this date in 1921, a cloudburst near Pikes Peak, Colorado, caused a deadly flood of the Arkansas River, claiming 10 dozen lives and causing millions of dollars in damages in the town of Pueblo, Colorado.

- 1st fully documented human blood transfusion is performed by French physician, Dr. Jean-Baptiste Denys, when a small amount of sheep blood is transfused into a 15-year old boy, who survives the procedure
- The Serbian Assembly meets and elects Prince Peter Karageorgevich king
- Last French troops leave Algeria
- 32nd Music City News Country Awards: Neal McCoy, Lorrie Morgan and Billy Ray Cyrus win
- Five Dutch banks, including ING, receive credit rating downgrades of one or two notches
- 800 year anniversary of "the birthplace of modern democracy", the signing of the Magna Carta by King John at Runymede, England
- François-Xavier Garneau, French Canadian poet and historian (d. 1866)
- Patrick Piggott, British pianist, composer, and musicologist (The Life and Music of John Field; The Innocent Diversion - Music in the Life and Writings of Jane Austen), born in Dover, England (d. 1990)
- Geoffrey Penwill Parsons, Australian piano player, born in Sydney, Australia (d. 1995)
- Michael Lutz, American bassist, singer, guitarist (Brownsville Station - "Smokin' In The Boys Room"), and producer, born in Ann Arbor, Michigan

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