TODAY IN HISTORY

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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

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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

January 21 in History

January 21 in Pop Culture History January 21st is… Granola Bar Day Hugging Day Hyaluronic Acid Day New England Clam Chowder Day Own Your Own Home Day Playdate Day Squirrel Appreciation Day 1472 – The Great Daylight Comet of 1472 was visible in daylight for 8 days. 1790 – Dr. Joseph-Ignace Guillotin proposed the guillotine ...
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January 20 in History

January 20 in Pop Culture History January 20th is… Buttercrunch Day Camcorder Day Coffee Break Day Cheese Lover’s Day Disc Jockey Day Penguin Awareness Day January 20, 1992, was a Good Day for rapper Ice Cube. 1265 – 1st English Parliament was called into session by the Earl of Leicester. 1835 (Volcano Eruption) Cosigüina 1920 – American ...
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January 19 in History

January 19 in Pop Culture History January 19th is… Artist as Outlaw Day Good Memory Day Popcorn Day Tin Can Day World Quark Day 1825 – The US patent (#X004009) for food storage in cans to “preserve animal substances in tin” was issued to Ezra Daggett and his nephew Thomas Kensett of New York City. ...
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January 18 in History

January 18 in Pop Culture History January 18th is… Gourmet Coffee Day Maintenance Day Michigan Day Peking Duck Day Thesaurus Day Winnie the Pooh Day On this day in 1779, Peter Mark Roget, the father of the modern thesaurus, was delivered, produced, came into being, born. After a long career as a physician, scientist, and ...
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January 17 in History

January 17 in Pop Culture History January 17th is… Bootlegger’s Day Cable Car Day National Classy Day Customer Service Day Hot Buttered Rum Day Hot Heads Chili Day Kid Inventors’ Day (K.I.D.) Happy Birthday, Benjamin Franklin! In movies and real life, whenever people talk about large amounts of money, they talk about the Benjamins. This ...
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January 16 in History

January 16 in Pop Culture History January 16th is… Appreciate A Dragon Day Book Publisher’s Day Fig Newton Day Hot and Spicy Food Day Nothing Day Religious Freedom Day Without a Scalpel Day 1362 – St. Marcellus Flood or Grote Mandrenke (Great Drowning of Men), Netherlands 1547 – Ivan the Terrible crowned himself 1st Tsar ...
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January 15 in History

January 15 in Pop Culture History January 15th is… American Eskimo Dog Day Bagel Day Booch Day Fresh Squeezed Juice Day Hat Day Strawberry Ice Cream Day It’s National Hat Day because in 1797, the 1st top hat was worn, by John Etherington in London. There are 350 days left until next year. (unless it ...
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January 14 in History

January 14 in Pop Culture History January 14th is… Caesarean Section Day Dress Up Your Pet Day Hot Pastrami Sandwich Day Kite Day Organize Your Home Day Ratification Day 1690 – The Clarinet was invented in Nurnberg, Germany 1794 – Elizabeth Hog Bennett became the first woman in the US to successfully give birth to ...
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January 13 in History

January 13 in Pop Culture History January 13th is… French Bulldog Day Korean American Day Make Your Dream Come True Day National Peach Melba Day Public Radio Broadcasting Day National Rubber Ducky Day Skeptics Day National Sticker Day Stephen Foster Memorial Day 1854 – US patent (#11062) for an accordion was issued to Anthony Faas ...
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January 12 in History

January 12 in Pop Culture History January 12th is… Curried Chicken Day Kiss a Ginger Day Hot Tea Day Marzipan Day National Pharmacist Day Work Harder Day “I became operational at the H.A.L. plant in Urbana, Illinois on the 12th of January 1992. My instructor was Mr. Langley, and he taught me to sing a ...
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