Mar 25: Sarah Jessica Parker, Elton John, and Lobster Newburg!

Today we are celebrating National Medal of Honor Day, National Physicians Week, and Lobster Newburg Day!

Some Gen X influencers, entertainers, and celebrities celebrating March 25th birthdays include:

Sarah Jessica Parker was born today in 1965.  She’s been in many well known movies and TV shows such as: Hocus Pocus 1 and 2, Striking Distance; The First Wives Club; Mars Attacks; and her most known role as Carrie on Sex in the City.

Elton John was born Reginald Kenneth Dwight today in 1947.  John’s career spans over 50 years with hit songs, movie soundtracks, Broadway shows, and raising money for AIDS.

Melanie Blatt of the band All Saints was born today in 1975.  The band is known for the songs: I Know Where It’s At; Never Ever; Under the Bridge/Lady Marmalade; and Bootie Call.

Actor Lee Pace is turning 45.  Pace is known for his roles on ABC’s Pushing Daisies and playing Ronan in Gardians of the Galaxy . Pace can be seen playing Brother Day on the Apple TV series Foundation now on Apple TV.

Domenick Lombardozzi is turning 48 today.  Lombardozzi is known for his roles playing police officers in movies and TV series like: NYPD Blue; Third Watch; and SWAT.

Gen X Nostalgia

Today in 1983 – the movie “The Outsiders” starring Tom Cruise, Ralph Macchio, and Rob Lowe premiered in US theaters.  The Outsiders is streaming this month on Paramount plus.

Celine Dion started her new show “A New Day” today at Caesars Palace in 2003.

The notorious B.I.G.’s second album “Life After death” was released today in 1997; just 16 days after the rapper was shot and killed in Los Angeles.

Elton John set a record in 2007 for most performances at Madison Square Garden. He’ll performed his 60th show at the venue for his 60th birthday.

“D2: The Mighty Ducks” opened today in 1994.  The second movie in the Ducks series stars Emilio Estevez, Mike Vitar, Joshua Jackson, and Elden Hensen.

At the 57th Academy awards tonight in 1985, Prince won the Best Original Score Oscar for his film “Purple Rain”.

On March 25th, 1983:

INXS played their first US show at The Spirit Club in San Diego;

The Dukes of Hazzard, Dallas, and Knight Rider were on prime time TV; and

“Billy Jean” by Michael Jackson was number one on the Hot 100 for the fourth week.