TODAY IN HISTORY

“It looked like the world was covered in a cobbler crust of brown sugar and cinnamon.” - Sarah Addison Allen

February 21 in History

February 21 in Pop Culture History February 21st is… Card Reading Day: A day to celebrate the art and practice of card reading, including tarot and oracle cards. Grain-free Day is a holiday dedicated to raising awareness and supporting individuals with dietary restrictions related to grains. The day’s focus is to encourage the exploration of

Read More »

THIS MONTH IN HISTORY

"So never mind the darkness, we still can find a way 'Cause nothin' lasts forever, even cold November rain" - Gins N Roses

February 20 in History

February 20 in Pop Culture History February 20th is… National Cherry Pie Day: Cherry pie is often considered an “American thing” because it has been a staple of American cuisine for centuries and is often associated with American culture and tradition. The popularity of cherry pie in the United States can be traced back to ...
Read More

February 19 in History

February 19 in Pop Culture History February 19th is… Arabian Horse Day: The Arabian horse, also known as the Arab, is known for its distinctive head shape, intelligence, loyalty and speed. It is believed that the breed originated in Arabia over 4,500 years ago and was later imported to Europe in the Middle Ages. Boston ...
Read More

February 18 in History

February 18 in Pop Culture History February 18th is… Drink Wine Day: Wine has been enjoyed for centuries and is a beloved beverage all over the world. People often celebrate wine by drinking it with meals, toasting special occasions, or simply savoring a glass at the end of a long day. Wine is also widely ...
Read More

February 17 in History

February 17 in Pop Culture History February 17th is… Cafe Au Lait Day: Café au lait is a French classic. The exact origin of Café Au Lait is not clear, but it is widely believed to have originated in France during the 19th century. The drink has been a staple in French cafes for decades ...
Read More

February 16 in History

February 16 in Pop Culture History February 16th is… National Almond Day: Almonds are a nutritious and delicious snack, and this day is set aside to celebrate this versatile nut. Almonds are a type of tree nut that has been enjoyed as a food source since ancient times. They were mentioned in one of the ...
Read More

February 15 in History

February 15 in Pop Culture History February 15th is… Annoy Squidward Day was created to pay homage to the beloved character of Squidward Tentacles from the popular Nickelodeon series Spongebob Squarepants. On this day, fans of the show celebrate by playing various pranks and doing activities that annoy him.  National Flag Day (Mexico): A day ...
Read More

February 14 in History

February 14 in Pop Culture History February 14th is… Cream-Filled Chocolates Day: A day to celebrate and enjoy cream-filled chocolates and its variations. National Ferris Wheel Day is a day to celebrate the invention of the Ferris Wheel and its role in amusement park history. George Washington Ferris, Jr. invented the Ferris Wheel in 1893. ...
Read More

February 13 in History

February 13 in Pop Culture History February 13th is… Cheddar Day is celebrated on February 13th and is a day to enjoy one of America’s favorite cheeses! Cheddar cheese is known for its sharp flavor and versatile uses, making it a perfect addition to any dish. (Also June 4) On Galentine’s Day, show your appreciation ...
Read More

February 12 in History

February 12 in Pop Culture History February 12th is… Darwin Day commemorates the birth of British naturalist Charles Darwin and recognizes his contribution to the science of evolution. Darwin is best known for his theory of evolution through natural selection, which he outlined in his book On the Origin of Species. Darwin Day is celebrated ...
Read More

February 11 in History

February 11 in Pop Culture History February 11th is… Don’t Cry Over Spilled Milk Day reminds us that not everything needs to be taken too seriously. The phrase “Don’t cry over spilled milk” originates from the old English proverb “Crying will not fill the pot”, which was used to teach children about resilience. On this ...
Read More
Today in History
Scroll to Top