Entertainment highlights during the week of Aug. 17-23:
1956: The Five Satins made their debut on the R&B charts with "In the Still of the Night."
1964: "You Really Got Me" by The Kinks was released in Britain.
1969: The three-day Woodstock Music and Art Fair concluded in upstate New York. One of the day's memorable moments was Pete Townshend of The Who knocking Yippie Abbie Hoffman off the stage during the performance of "Tommy."
1977: Elvis Presley was buried at a Memphis cemetery, with about 75,000 people gathered outside. His body was moved to the grounds of Graceland after burglars tried to break into the original mausoleum.
1983: Lyricist Ira Gershwin died in Beverly Hills, Calif., at age 86. With his composer brother George, they wrote such classic songs as "'S Wonderful" and "The Man I Love."
1989: Actor Kenneth Branagh married actress Emma Thompson. They have since divorced.
1992: Actor-director Woody Allen admitted being romantically involved with Soon-Yi Previn, the 21-year-old adopted daughter of Allen's longtime companion, actress Mia Farrow.
1994: Actor David Caruso quit the cast of "NYPD Blue" to pursue a movie career. He was replaced on the show by Jimmy Smits.
1999: Bassist Bobby Sheehan of Blues Traveler was found dead of a drug overdose in his apartment in New Orleans. He was 31.
2000: Ellen DeGeneres and Anne Heche announced they were breaking up. Just hours later, Heche was hospitalized after she wandered disoriented into a stranger's home in Fresno County, Calif.
2000: 51 million people tuned in to watch the final episode of "Survivor," during which Richard Hatch was named the million-dollar winner.
2007: Nicole Richie spent 82 minutes in jail for driving under the influence of drugs in Los Angeles. She had been sentenced to four days.