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By On This Day in NYC's History

NYC MARATHON GOLD

On September 28, 1975: American runner Tom Fleming earned the gold medal in the 6th New York City Marathon with the time 2:19:27.

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GOOD BYE CHARLIE, AND YOU TOO ALGERNON!

On September 28, 1980: The musical Charlie and Algernon closed at the Helen Hayes Theatre after 17 performances.

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Featured Image Courtesy of Playbill Vault

BORN ON THIS DAY: MOON ZAPPA

On September 28, 1967: Moon Zappa was born in New York City. The actress has appeared in National Lampoon’s European Vacation, Spirit of 76′, and The Super Mario Bros. Super Show. 

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