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SUPER BOWL XLVI

On February 5, 2012: The New York Giants beat the New England Patriots at Super Bowl XLVI by a score of 21-17. The game took place at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, making it the first time the Super Bowl has been played in Indiana.

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REDHEAD

On February 5, 1959: Broadway musical, Redhead opened at the 46th Street Theater for 455 performances. This musical was choreographed and directed by Bob Fosse, and won a Tony Award for “Best Musical.”

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GRAMMYS

On February 5, 1958: The National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (NARAS) formed a chapter in New York. This is an organization of musicians, producers, and recording engineers dedicated to improving music and its makers. It is also better known as the Grammy Awards organization.

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