# 192: 1991 - Music (and Little to No Headlines)

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Tonight on the show, we're headed back in the time machine to 1991.

1991 in LINKS:
- http://www.thepeoplehistory.com/1991.html
- http://pop-culture.us/Annual/1991.html
- http://www.inthe90s.com/generated/time1991.shtml

1991 in SPORTS
Super Bowl XXV - New York Giants 20-19 over the Buffalo Bills
Stanley Cup - Pittsburgh Pirates
NBA Finals - Chicago Bulls
NCAA Tournament - Duke Blue Devils
NCAA College Football National Champions - Colorado Buffaloes
Big Ten Champions - Michigan
The Game - Michigan, 31-3 over Ohio State
Heisman Trophy - Desmond Howard, Michigan (first Wolverine to win this since 1940; electrifying performances over the hated rivals Notre Dame and Ohio)

1991 in SHOWBIZ
Comedy Series: Cheers (NBC; 4th Comedy Series win)
Drama Series: L.A. Law (NBC; 4th Drama Series win in 5 years)
Daytime Soap: As the World Turns (CBS); The Daytime Emmys are broadcast in Primetime for the very first time, as well

ACADEMY AWARDS (for 1990 films)
Best Picture: Dances With Wolves
Best Director: Kevin Costner, Dances With Wolves

GRAMMY AWARDS (for 1989-90 music)
Album of the Year: Back on the Block (Quincy Jones)
Best New Artist: Mariah Carey

1991 Locally:
- Columbus Mayor Buck Rinehart (R) decides not to run for a third term; City Attorney Gregory S. Lashutka (R) is elected Mayor by the voters in November.
- Former Cleveland Mayor George V. Voinovich (R, Cleveland) is sworn in as the 65th Governor of Ohio
- Wehrle High School closes at the end of the School Year; Wehrle Wolverines Boys Basketball team makes one final deep tournament run before the South Side Catholic School closes its doors permanently
- The expanded Main Branch of the Columbus Metropolitan Library opens its doors, while nearby Franklin Park closes its doors for the AmeriFlora '92 Horticultural Exhibit.