TODAY IN HISTORY

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February 22 in History

February 22 in Pop Culture History February 22nd is… Be Humble Day was created to encourage people to reflect on their attitudes and actions and to promote humility and self-awareness in their daily lives. Humility is often considered a desirable trait, as it can help people to be more open-minded, empathetic, and grounded in their

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

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 ...
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February 10 in History

February 10 in Pop Culture History February 10th is… Cream Cheese Brownie Day is a day to celebrate and enjoy the delicious combination of cream cheese and brownies. International Cribbage Day is an annual holiday observed on February 10th that celebrates the card game of Cribbage. It is a day to bring together cribbage players ...
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February 9 in History

February 9 in Pop Culture History February 9th is… Bagel and Lox Day: This special day honors the Jewish-American tradition of having a bagel for breakfast with lox (smoked salmon). Chocolate Day is a day dedicated to the appreciation of chocolate. It is part of the week-long celebration of Valentine’s Day, which begins with Rose ...
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February 8 in History

February 8 in Pop Culture History February 8th is… National Boy Scouts Day: A day to recognize and celebrate the contributions of the Boy Scouts of America to youth development and community service. National Kite Flying Day celebrates the joy and fun of flying kites. People have been flying kites for over 2,000 years. The ...
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February 7 in History

February 7 in Pop Culture History February 7th is… 207 Day (in Maine) Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day: A day to raise awareness about the impact of HIV/AIDS on the African American community and to promote testing, prevention, and treatment. Fettuccine Alfredo Day: A day to celebrate and enjoy the delicious pasta dish of Fettuccine Alfredo. ...
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February 6 in History

February 6 in Pop Culture History February 6th is… National Bubble Gum Day celebrates the beloved bubble gum and all its variations. Today is Bob Marley Day in Jamaica and Ethiopia. (He was born on Feb. 6, 1945) National Chopsticks Day recognizes and appreciates chopsticks’ cultural significance and versatility. National Frozen Yogurt Day is a ...
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February 5 in History

  February 5 in Pop Culture History February 5 is… World Childhood Cancer Day is a day to raise awareness of childhood cancer and its impact on children and their families. National Chocolate Fondue Day: A day to celebrate and enjoy the delicious treat of chocolate fondue. National Shower with a Friend Day was created by ...
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February 4 in History

February 4 in Pop Culture History February is… Create a Vacuum Day: A day to recognize and appreciate the invention and importance of the vacuum cleaner and its role in keeping our homes clean. Hemp Day: This day serves as a reminder of the potential hemp has to provide sustainable, natural solutions for health, wellness, ...
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February 3 in History

February 3 in Pop Culture History February 3rd is… Carrot Cake Day: A day to celebrate and enjoy the delicious treat of carrot cake. The Day the Music Died: A day to remember the tragic plane crash that killed Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens, and J.P. “The Big Bopper” Richardson on February 3, 1959. Feed the ...
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February 2 in History

February 2 in Pop Culture History February 2nd is… California Kiwi Day: Dedicated to appreciating the incredible health benefits of eating kiwifruits. Candlemas: The feast is a celebration of the Presentation of Jesus at the Temple, described in the Gospel of Luke. The day traditionally includes the blessing and procession of candles, which are lit ...
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