This week we head back to 1993 to remember the comedy-drama 'Indian Summer', the opening day of the Holocaust Memorial Museum, and a popular song from Naughty by Nature.

'Indian Summer' the dramedy starring Alan Arkin and Diane Lane came out on this day in 1993. The film was about seven friends reuniting at summer camp in Canada that they used to attend when they were children and is now being threatened with being closed down. The heart warming comedy made it's money back at the box office and then some by grossing a little over $14 million.

The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum was opened on this day in Washington D.C. The museum provides for the documentation, study, and interpretation of Holocaust. It is dedicated to helping leaders and citizens of the world confront hatred, prevent genocide, promote human dignity, and strengthen democracy.

Spending just one week at number one was Naughty by Nature's 'Hip Hop Hooray'. The song is about the groups love for hip-hop and the chorus is among the most popular chorus's in the genre.