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Today in entertainment history: Feb. 8

Today in entertainment history: Feb. 8

THIS DAY IN 1973: Carly Simon received a gold record for the single "You're So Vain." Photo: Associated Press

1971: The Bob Dylan film “Eat The Document” was shown at the New York Academy of Music. Dylan had wanted the documentary to appear on TV, but it didn’t until ten years later.

1973: Carly Simon received a gold record for the single “You’re So Vain.”

1990: CBS News suspended “60 Minutes” commentator Andy Rooney for racial remarks he allegedly made about blacks in the gay magazine “The Advocate.” Rooney denied the quotes.

2009: Chris Brown was arrested and accused of beating up Rihanna. He later pleaded guilty to felony assault.

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