TODAY IN HISTORY

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February 24 in History

February 24 in Pop Culture History February 24th is… Bartender Day is observed annually on February 24th as a celebration of bartenders, one of the world’s oldest professions. On this day, bartenders showcase their unique skills and creations. Although the role of a bartender might seem modern, the profession has a long history, dating back

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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

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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January 11 in History

January 11 in Pop Culture History January 11th is… Arkansas Day Hot Toddy Day Human Trafficking Awareness Day Milk Day Secret Pal Day Sketchnote Day Step in a Puddle and Splash Your Friends Day 1693 (Earthquake) Sicily, Italy 1908 – The Grand Canyon National Monument was created. 1922 – Leonard Thompson (1908-35) was the first ...
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January 10 in History

January 10 in Pop Culture History January 10th is… Bittersweet Chocolate Day Cut Your Energy Costs Day Houseplant Appreciation Day Oysters Rockefeller Day Poetry at Work Day National Save the Eagles Day 1776 – Common Sense by Thomas Paine was published. 1863 – London’s Metropolitan, the world’s first underground passenger railway, opened. 1870 – John ...
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January 9 in History

January 9 in Pop Culture History January 9th is… National Apricot Day Australian Shepherd Day National Balloon Ascension Day Cassoulet Day International Choreographers Day Clean Off Your Desk Day National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day Static Electricity Day 1693 (Earthquake) Sicily, Italy 1788 – Connecticut became the 5th state 1793 – Jean Pierre Blanchard made the ...
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January 8 in History

January 8 in Pop Culture History January 8th is… Argyle Day Bubble Bath Day Earth’s Rotation Day English Toffee Day JoyGerm Day Man Watcher’s Day Labrador Retriever Day Winter Skin Relief Day 1780 (Earthquake) Tabriz, Iran 1790 – George Washington gave the first ‘State of the Union’ message, urging the opening of the US Patent ...
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January 7 in History

January 7 in Pop Culture History January 7th is… Alaskan Malamute Day National Bobblehead Day Fruitcake Toss Day Harlem Globetrotter’s Day Old Rock Day Pass Gas Day National Tempura Day 1608 – Fire destroyed the settlement of Jamestown, Virginia 1714 – The world’s first patent (#395) for a “Machine for Transcribing Letters” was granted in ...
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January 6 in History

January 6 in Pop Culture History January 6th is… Apple Tree Day Bean Day Cuddle Up Day Epiphany Shortbread Day National Smith Day Standard Poodle Day Technology Day Sherlock Holmes’ Birthday Happy Birthday, Sherlock! Beloved super sleuth Sherlock Holmes was created by Arthur Conan Doyle in 1887. He is one of (if not the) most ...
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January 4 in History

January 4 in Pop Culture History January 4th is… Braille Day Hypnotism Day National Missouri Day Pop Music Chart Day National Spaghetti Day Tom Thumb Day National Trivia Day 1790 – President Washington delivered the 1st State of the Union address 1865 – The New York Stock Exchange opened its first permanent headquarters at 10-12 ...
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