Manchester United footballer Marcus Rashford lived with his mother and siblings in the Manchester suburbs of Withington and Fallowfield before the family moved to a home on Button Lane on the Northern Moor estate in Wythenshawe when he was 9 years old.
He attended Button Lane Primary School and later, Ashton on Mersey School, a specialist sports college in Sale with links to Manchester United Football Club.
As a young boy, Rashford played for Fletcher Rangers FC in nearby Didsbury and joined the Manchester United academy system at the age of seven.
The Dallas Stars NHL ice hockey team plays its home games at American Airlines Center in the Victory Park neighborhood in downtown Dallas, Texas.
The Stars relocated here from the Reunion Arena where they played until 2001.
The Notorious B.I.G., also known as Biggie Smalls, was killed, aged 24, in a drive-by shooting at the intersection of Fairfax Avenue and Wilshire Boulevard in Los Angeles in the early hours of March 9th, 1997.
The Brooklyn-born rapper, whose real name was Christopher Wallace, had just left a music industry event at the Petersen Motor Museum at around 12:30 am with an entourage that included Sean Combs. He was a front seat passenger in a GMC Suburban travelling northbound on Fairfax and stopped a red light at the intersection with Wilshire Boulevard when multiple shots were fired at the car from a sedan that pulled up alongside.
Wallace was rushed to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center where he was declared dead shortly later. An autopsy revealed that he was struck by four bullets, one of which wounded him fatally, having struck his colon, liver, heart, and left lung after entering through his right hip. The police investigation into the murder remains unsolved.
Socialite Nancy Pfister was found dead, aged 57, at her home on West Buttermilk Road in Aspen, Colorado, on February 26th, 2014. She had been bludgeoned to death with a hammer and her body left covered in bedding in a bedroom closet with a plastic bag over her head and electrical cord wrapped around her neck.
Police investigating the death charged Doctor William ‘Trey’ Styler, a former hospital anesthesiologist, and his wife Nancy Styler, with first-degree murder, along with Pfister’s friend, Kathy Carpenter, who worked as a teller at Alpine Bank in Aspen.
The Stylers had rented Pfister’s home over the winter, but vacated the property in February following a dispute with her. During the three suspects’ detention pending trial, Dr Styler made a plea deal, confessing to being solely responsible for the killing, resulting in charges being dropped against Nancy Styler and Kathy Carpenter. Trey Styler died in August 2015 after committing suicide at the Arrowhead Correction Facility in Cañon City where he was serving a 20-year sentence for second degree murder.
Nancy Pfister was the daughter of Art Pfister, a prominent figure in Aspen who made his fortune when his ranchland was used to create the Buttermilk Ski Area. She was well known in the Aspen community and socialized with celebrities in the Colorado town. She reportedly dated actor Jack Nicholson, and was briefly engaged to Michael Douglas.
The Iowa State Fair is held annually on the Iowa State Fairgrounds at East 30th and East University in Des Moines.
It is one of the largest and oldest agricultural fairs in the United States and has been held at the current site since 1886.
The Fair runs for around 11 days in August every year and traditionally ends two weeks before Labor Day.