November 3, 1993: The show “The Nanny” premiered on CBS.

In 1993, the first season of the hit television sitcom “The Nanny” aired on national television.  For six years, Fran Drescher and Charles Shaughnessy captured the hearts of millions in the roles of Fran Fine, the lovable nanny from Flushing, Queens, and Maxwell Sheffield, the successful Broadway producer and single father of three.

In the show’s opening episode, Fran is fired from her job as a consultant in her soon-to-be ex-fiancée’s bridal shop.  A sudden twist of fate lands her on the Sheffield’s doorstep, where she is hired as the permanent, full time nanny of Maggie, Brighton and Gracie.

Throughout the show’s six successful seasons, Fran, formally known as “Miss Fine”, and Maxwell, formally known as “Mr. Sheffield” mask their true feelings for one another by engaging in a cat and mouse relationship that eventually culminates in their marriage at the end of the show’s fifth season.

November 5, 1985: “Back to the Future” character Marty McFly went back in time to 1955.

In one of the most memorable scenes of the classic film “Back to the Future”, Marty McFly, played by actor Michael J. Fox, is accidentally sent back 30 years in time to the year 1955.

The date on which he arrives is Nov. 5, which also happens to be the exact same day that his parents first met.  After his arrival via the DeLorean, Marty finds that because of his actions in the past, he has inadvertently changed his family’s future.

In order to ensure that his parents fall in the love as they are supposed to, Marty must work against the clock to orchestrate their meeting before he is forced to return to the future.

At the time of its release into theaters, “Back to the Future” was a box office success and has been revered by viewers as one of the best films of the eighties.

November 6, 1970: Aerosmith played their first ever live show in Mendon, Mass.

Two years before signing their first recording contract with Columbia Records, the legendary rock and roll band Aerosmith performed their first show at Regional High School in Mendon, Massachusetts.

Three years later, the band, with frontrunner Steven Tyler on vocals, released their debut, self-titled album.

“Dream On,” one of their greatest hits to date, was released as the first single off the album and is recognized as the band’s defining song.

In 2004, it made Rolling Stone’s list of The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time. In addition, back in 1999, Walt Disney World created an attraction for its MGM Studios theme park that centers on the band called the Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster, starring Aerosmith.

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