Datebook: 4.30.09

Five things worth knowing today

- All Dutchmen gather to celebrate Queen's Day, the Netherlands' largest national holiday. The rabble-rousing is apparently especially spirited in Amsterdam, but then, when is it not?
- Meanwhile in that other great world capital, Pittsburgh, the city's annual wine festival is held today.
- Hipster-adored—but nevertheless actually pretty great—rocker Lissy Trullie plays (Le) Poisson Rouge. Her tour of world (or at least New York) domination continues apace, so we figure you may as well give in sooner than later.
- Today in 1927, Douglas Fairbanks and Mary Pickford had their footprints memorialized outside Grauman's Chinese Theater in Hollywood, the first celebrities to do so.
- And today 1933, country icon (and Half Baked cameo star) Willie Nelson was born. Below, the man, the braids, the legend: Willie performs his classic "Always on My Mind."

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