April 15 in Pop Culture History

April 15 in Pop Culture History 1755 – Samuel Johnson’s A Dictionary of the English Language was published in London. 1817 – The Erie Canal was authorized, to link between Buffalo on Lake Erie and the Hudson River at Albany New York, 1892 – The Edison General Electric Company (General Electric Company) was formed. 1912 […]

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April 14 in Pop Culture History

April 14 in Pop Culture History 1775 – The Society for the Relief of Free Negroes Unlawfully Held in Bondage was organized in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania by Benjamin Franklin and Benjamin Rush. 1828 – Noah Webster published his American Dictionary of the English Language. 1863 – The US Patent (No. 38,200) for a continuous-roll printing press […]

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National Blame Someone Else Day is Celebrated on the First Friday the 13th of Every Year

Friday the 13th is traditionally  a day to safely stay in bed with the covers over your head in order to protect yourself from the horrid bad luck that is sure to come at you on that dreaded day.  Friday the 13th is however a day that can also be celebrated too as the first […]

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April 10 in Pop Culture History

April 10 in Pop Culture History 1710 – The Statute of Anne, the first law regulating copyright, was enacted in Great Britain. 1790 – The US Patent office was approved by George Washington. 1815 (Volcano Eruption) Mount Tambora (Year Without A Summer). The eruption lasted 3 months, killing 10,000 people directly and 80,000 more via […]

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April 8 in Pop Culture History

April 8 in Pop Culture History 1730 – Shearith Israel, the first synagogue in New York City, was dedicated. 1820 – The Venus de Milo statue was discovered on the Aegean island of Melos. 1838 (Tornado) Calcutta, India. 1873 – The first commercially successful margarine manufacturing process was Patented (No. 137,564) by Alfred Paraf of […]

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Marvel Character Timeline

Marvel Comics has been around for many years, an impressive 80 to be exact. They first got their start in 1939 under the name Timely Publications, and it wasn’t until 1961 that they were officially known as Marvel Comics. Their first publication, Marvel Comics #1, saw fantastic success with its two thrilling characters, the Human […]

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April 5 in Pop Culture History

April 5 in Pop Culture History 1614 – In Virginia, Native American Pocahontas married English colonist John Rolfe. 1722 – On Easter Sunday, Dutch explorer Jacob Roggeveen discovered a Polynesian Island 1400 miles from the coast of South America and named it Easter Island. 1753 – The British Museum was founded with the purchase of […]

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April 4 in Pop Culture History

April 4 in Pop Culture History 1561 – UFOs were reported flying over Nuremberg, German 1841 – US President Harrison died of pneumonia after one month in office 1850 – Los Angeles, California was incorporated as a city. 1871 – Mary Florence Potts of Ottumwa, Iowa Patented (#113,448) the “Mrs. Potts’ sad iron” – a […]

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April 3 in Pop Culture History

April 3 in Pop Culture History 33 – Researchers from Oxford published a paper that put the definitive date of Jesus’ crucifixion at Friday, April 3, 33 AD 1860 – Pony Express mail, traveling by horse and rider relay teams, simultaneously left St. Joseph, Missouri, and Sacramento, California. They used horses, not ponies. 1885 – […]

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April 1 in Pop Culture History

April 1 in Pop Culture History April 1 is known as April Fools Day or All Fools’ Day in many countries. 1789 – Pennsylvania Representative Frederick Augustus Conrad Muhlenberg was elected as the first US Speaker of the House of Representatives. 1853 – The first professional, full time US fire department with salaried firemen was […]

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March 31 in Pop Culture History

March 31 in Pop Culture History 1492 – Queen Isabella of Castille issued the Alhambra Decree, ordering her 150,000 Jewish and Muslim subjects to convert to Christianity or face expulsion. 1822 – The massacre of tens of thousands of people living on the Greek island of Chios by soldiers of the Ottoman Empire following an […]

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March 30 in Pop Culture History

March 30 in Pop Culture History 1842 – Ether anesthesia was used for the first time, in an operation by the American surgeon, Dr. Crawford Long. 1867 – Alaska is purchased from Russia for $7.2 million (‘Seward’s Folly’), by United States Secretary of State William H. Seward. 1910 – The Mississippi Legislature founded the University […]

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March 29 in Pop Culture History

March 29 in Pop Culture History 1638 – Swedish colonists established the first European settlement in Delaware, naming it New Sweden. 1867 – Queen Victoria gave Royal Assent to the British North America Act which established the Dominion of Canada, effective on July 1. 1871 – The Royal Albert Hall was opened by Queen Victoria. […]

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March 27 in Pop Culture History

March 27 in Pop Culture History 1886 – Apache warrior, Geronimo, surrendered to the US Army. 1899 – Guglielmo Marconi’s radio transmitted across the English Channel from Boulogne, France, to Dover, England. 1915 – Typhoid Mary, the first healthy carrier of disease ever ID’d in the United States, was put in quarantine. 1964 (Earthquake) ‘Good […]

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March 26 in Pop Culture History

March 26 in Pop Culture History 1169 – Saladin became the emir of Egypt. 1812 – A political cartoon in the Boston Gazette coined the term “gerrymander” (named after Governor Elbridge Gerry) to describe oddly shaped electoral districts designed to help incumbents win re-election. 1830 – The Book of Mormon was published in Palmyra, New […]

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March 25 in Pop Culture History

March 25 in Pop Culture History 421 – The city of Venice was founded. 1655 – Saturn’s largest moon, Titan, was discovered by Christiaan Huygens. 1807 – The Slave Trade Act became law, abolishing the slave trade in the British Empire. 1811 – Percy Bysshe Shelley was expelled from the University of Oxford for publishing […]

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March 24 in Pop Culture History

March 24 in Pop Culture History 1707 – The Acts of Union 1707 was signed, officially uniting the Kingdoms and parliaments of England and Scotland to create the Kingdom of Great Britain. 1765 – The Kingdom of Great Britain passed the Quartering Act, which required homes in the Thirteen Colonies to house British troops. 1882 […]

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March 23 in Pop Culture History

March 23 in Pop Culture History 893 (Earthquake) Iran 1775 – Patrick Henry delivered his ‘Give me liberty, or give me death!’ speech at St. John’s Episcopal Church, in Richmond, Virginia. 1839 – The initials ‘O.K.’ were first published in The Boston Morning Post. Meant as an abbreviation for ‘oll correct,’ a popular slang misspelling […]

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March 22 in Pop Culture History

March 22 in Pop Culture History Year Unknown – Diana of Themyscira, Wonder Woman, Born (made of clay) 1630 – The Massachusetts Bay Colony outlawed the possession of cards, dice, and gaming tables. 1894 – The first championship series for Lord Stanley’s Cup was played in Montreal, Canada. The Montreal HC (Montreal Hockey Club) won […]

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New on Netflix – April, 2019

New on Netflix – April, 2019 April 1 Across the Line All the President’s Men Bonnie and Clyde (1967) Deliverance Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood Evolution Freddy vs. Jason Friday the 13th (2009) I Am Legend Lakeview Terrace Monster House Obsessed Penelope Pineapple Express Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon: S2 P.S. I Love You Snatch […]

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March 21 in Pop Culture History

March 21 in Pop Culture History 1617 – Pocahontas (Rebecca Rolfe) died of either small pox or pneumonia while in England with her husband, John Rolfe. 1788 – The Great New Orleans Fire destroyed 80% of the city. 1859 – The first Zoological Society was incorporated in Philadelphia. PA, today simply called ‘The Philadelphia Zoo.’ […]

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March 20 in Pop Culture History

March 20 in Pop Culture History 1345 – According to scholars at the University of Paris, the Black Death was created today, from what they called “a triple conjunction of Saturn, Jupiter and Mars in the 40th degree of Aquarius, occurring on the 20th of March 1345.” Actually, the bubonic plague came from infected fleas […]

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March 18 in Pop Culture History

March 18 in Pop Culture History 37 – Caligula was declared emperor of Rome. 1834 – The first US railroad tunnel was completed between Hollidaysburg and Johnstown, Pennsylvania. 1850 – American Express was founded by Henry Wells and William Fargo. They were very successful in banking. 1852 – Henry Wells and William G. Fargo founded […]

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March 16 in Pop Culture History

March 16 in Pop Culture History 1850 – Nathaniel Hawthorne’s The Scarlet Letter was published. 1926 – American Robert H. Goddard launched the world’s first liquid-fueled rocket at Auburn, Massachusetts. It reached a height of 41 feet. 1942 – The first V-2 rocket test launched. It exploded at lift-off. 1945 – Tsutomu Yamaguchi was the […]

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March 15 in Pop Culture History

March 15 in Pop Culture History 44 BC – Gaius Julius Caesar was stabbed to death in the Roman Senate house, by 60 conspirators led by Marcus Junius Brutus and Gaius Cassius Longinus. #bewaretheidesofmarch 1545 – First meeting of the Council of Trent, the ‘Counter-Reformation’. 1806 – A chondrite meteorite, carrying carbon-based, organic chemicals, was […]

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March 13 in Pop Culture History

March 13 in Pop Culture History 1639 – Formerly ‘New College,” Harvard College was renamed after clergyman John Harvard. 1781 – German-born English astronomer William Hershel discovered Uranus. 1862 – The US government forbade all Union army officers from returning fugitive slaves, effectively annulling the Fugitive Slave Act of 1850 and setting the stage for […]

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March 11 in Pop Culture History

March 11 in Pop Culture History 105 – Ts’ai Lun invented paper, in China. 1818 – Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus by 21-year-old Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley, was published. It is recognized as world’s first science fiction novel. 1864 – The Great Sheffield Flood killed 238 people in Sheffield, England. 1888 – Great Blizzard of 1888, […]

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March 10 in Pop Culture History

March 10 in Pop Culture History 1804 – In St. Louis, Missouri, a formal ceremony was conducted to transfer ownership of the Louisiana Territory from France to the United States, via the Louisiana Purchase. 1876 – Alexander Graham Bell spoke into his just-completed invention, the telephone. “Mr. Watson, come here. I want to see you.” […]

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March 8 in Pop Culture History

March 8 in Pop Culture History 1618 – Johannes Kepler formulated his Third Law of Planetary Motion. 1669 – Mount Etna, on the island of Sicily, began erupting and over the next several weeks killed over 20,000 people. 1755 – Thomas Paine, published African Slavery in America – the first article in the American colonies […]

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50 Facts You Thought Were True, But Weren’t

50 Facts You Thought Were True, But Weren’t A lot of people have been taught misconceptions. How many of these facts did you believe to be true? When you pour from cartons with a screw on top on one end, like oil for your car or broth that comes in boxes, why do they splash […]

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History of The Music Charts

Billboard Magazine began publication in 1894. It mainly covered Advertising and what they used to call the “Bill Posting” industry. It also covered the earliest Public Relations news. By 1896 it also covered agricultural fairs – there weren’t conventions back then. In 1900 it went from being a monthly magazine to weekly, and started to […]

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History of The Music Charts

Billboard Magazine began publication in 1894. It mainly covered Advertising and what they used to call the “Bill Posting” industry. It also covered the earliest Public Relations news. By 1896 it also covered agricultural fairs – there weren’t conventions back then. In 1900 it went from being a monthly magazine to weekly, and started to […]

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Things That Happen In Movies, but Not Real Life

Things That Happen In Movies, but Not Real Life There are some things that are standard plot devices for movies, like stopping a wedding, cars won’t start when you are being chased and choosing which brightly colored wire to cut to stop the big LED timer on the bomb…You have parades that the villain, or […]

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Review of 2018, in Numbers

Across the Board, there are a lot of Big Numbers to talk about from from 2018 NETFLIX announced that 45 Million People have watched there own Horror/ Psychological Film called Bird Box, and that was just in the first week. They DID say it was the best first week for any NETFLIX Film, which stars […]

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Over 50 Christmas Jokes, Trivia, Facts and Quotes – Baby It’s Cold Outside

Over 50 Christmas Jokes, Trivia, Facts and Quotes – Baby It’s Cold Outside I bet Spider-Man could make a lot of money putting up Christmas lights for the citizens of New York City. Why do birds fly south for the winter? . . . Because it’s too far to walk. I only know “Dasher, Dancer, […]

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More Than 50 Christmas Jokes, Facts and Trivia And… Who Is Santa Claus?

More Than 50 Christmas Jokes, Facts and Trivia And… Who Is Santa Claus?Who Is Santa Claus? (PCM) Greek native, Nicholas, born a few hundred years after Jesus Christ, had prior to that led a very righteous life, helping many people, particularly by providing children with gold coins. Raised as a devout Christian, Nicholas took all […]

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Over 50 Christmas Facts, Trivia and Jokes, Plus The American Christmas Tree

Over 50 Christmas Facts, Trivia and Jokes And… The American Christmas TreeChristmas Trees In America (PCM) The New York Rockefeller Tree is probably America’s Most Famous. Each year, over a million locals and visitors, plus millions more on television since 1951, come to see the official lighting, now with over 40,000 lights and miles of […]

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Who is the Woman You Hear Singing “Baby It’s Cold Outside” with Dean Martin?

(PCM) Who is the woman you hear singing “Baby It’s Cold Outside” with Dean Martin? It took a little detective work to find the final answer(s). Baby It’s Cold Outside was written by Frank Loesser in 1944, and he originally sang it with his wife, Lynn Garland at their housewarming party, towards the end of […]

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Top 100 Modern and Classic Rock Christmas Songs

Top 100 Modern and Classic Rock Christmas Songs 1. Santa Claus Is Coming To Town – Bruce Springsteen 2. It’s Christmas (Baby Please Come Home) – U2 3. Christmas Eve (Sarajevo 12/24) – Trans Siberian Orchestra 4. Please Come Home for Christmas – The Eagles 5. 2000 Miles – The Pretenders 6. Christmas Is The […]

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Top 100 Modern and Classic Rock Christmas Songs

Top 100 Modern and Classic Rock Christmas Songs 1. Santa Claus Is Coming To Town – Bruce Springsteen 2. It’s Christmas (Baby Please Come Home) – U2 3. Christmas Eve (Sarajevo 12/24) – Trans Siberian Orchestra 4. Please Come Home for Christmas – The Eagles 5. 2000 Miles – The Pretenders 6. Christmas Is The […]

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The Top 100 Christmas Pop Songs

The Top 100 Christmas Pop Songs 1. All I Want For Christmas Is You – Mariah Carey 2. The Christmas Song (Merry Christmas To You) – Nat King Cole 3. Santa Claus Is Coming To Town – Bruce Springsteen 4. Rocking Around The Christmas Tree – Brenda Lee 5. It’s Christmas (Baby Please Come Home) […]

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The Top 100 Christmas Pop Songs

The Top 100 Christmas Pop Songs 1. All I Want For Christmas Is You – Mariah Carey 2. The Christmas Song (Merry Christmas To You) – Nat King Cole 3. Santa Claus Is Coming To Town – Bruce Springsteen 4. Rocking Around The Christmas Tree – Brenda Lee 5. It’s Christmas (Baby Please Come Home) […]

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Top 100 Holiday Songs Secular Christmas Music

Top 100 Holiday Songs 1. Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer – Gene Autry (or Burl Ives) 2. Frosty The Snowman – Jimmy Durante (or The Ronettes) 3. All I Want For Christmas Is You – Mariah Carey 4. The Christmas Song – Nat King Cole 5. Jingle Bells – Rosemary Clooney (or Frank Sinatra) 6. White […]

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Top 100 Holiday Songs Secular Christmas Music

Top 100 Holiday Songs 1. Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer – Gene Autry (or Burl Ives) 2. Frosty The Snowman – Jimmy Durante (or The Ronettes) 3. All I Want For Christmas Is You – Mariah Carey 4. The Christmas Song – Nat King Cole 5. Jingle Bells – Rosemary Clooney (or Frank Sinatra) 6. White […]

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The Biggest Selling Christmas Albums & CDs of All Time

The Biggest Christmas Albums & CDs of All Time Anthology Christmas Albums: Billboard Greatest Christmas Hits 1935-1954 (1989) White Christmas (Bing Crosby) ~ Let Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow! (Vaughn Monroe) ~ Rudolph The Rd-Nosed Reindeer (Gene Autry) ~ The Christmas Song (Merry Christmas To You) (Nat ‘King’ Cole) ~ All I Want […]

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The Biggest Selling Christmas Albums & CDs of All Time

The Biggest Christmas Albums & CDs of All Time Anthology Christmas Albums: Billboard Greatest Christmas Hits 1935-1954 (1989) White Christmas (Bing Crosby) ~ Let Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow! (Vaughn Monroe) ~ Rudolph The Rd-Nosed Reindeer (Gene Autry) ~ The Christmas Song (Merry Christmas To You) (Nat ‘King’ Cole) ~ All I Want […]

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The Top 100 Old Time Christmas Carols and Holiday Songs

Christmas Carols and Old Time Christmas Songs 1. Silent Night 2. Jingle Bells 3. The Christmas Song (Merry Christmas To You) – Nat King Cole 4. White Christmas 5. O Holy Night 6. The First Noel 7. Welcome Christmas (Reprise) – How The Grinch Stole Christmas Soundtrack 8. O Come All Ye Faithful (Adeste Fideles) […]

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The Top 100 Old Time Christmas Carols and Holiday Songs

Christmas Carols and Old Time Christmas Songs 1. Silent Night 2. Jingle Bells 3. The Christmas Song (Merry Christmas To You) – Nat King Cole 4. White Christmas 5. O Holy Night 6. The First Noel 7. Welcome Christmas (Reprise) – How The Grinch Stole Christmas Soundtrack 8. O Come All Ye Faithful (Adeste Fideles) […]

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List of Songs Featured in the 2016 Film, SING

Complete List of the 64 songs featured in the 2016 film, SING. Starring Matthew McConaughey, Reese Witherspoon and Seth MacFarlane. Release Date December 21, 2016 GOLDEN SLUMBERS, Written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney Performed by Jennifer Hudson THE WAY I FEEL INSIDE, Written by Rod Argent I DON’T WANNA, Written by Garth Jennings and […]

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Project Blue Book on History

(PCM) History Channel’s upcoming drama series Project Blue Book is based on the true, top-secret investigations into Unidentified Flying Objects (UFOs) and related phenomena conducted by the United States Air Force from 1952 to 1969. Taking advantage of a private invitation, three members of the PCM crew entered the immersive Project Blue Book Headquarters. This […]

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1964: Beatlemania Rocks The USA

1964: Beatlemania Rocks The USA On February 7, 1964 John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr arrived in America, with their manager Brian Epstein, producer Phil Spector, and other record company dignitaries. It started the ‘British Invasion’ – making room for The Rolling Stones, Herman’s Hermits, The Zombies, Freddy and the Dreamers, The […]

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1964: Beatlemania Rocks The USA

1964: Beatlemania Rocks The USA On February 7, 1964 John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr arrived in America, with their manager Brian Epstein, producer Phil Spector, and other record company dignitaries. It started the ‘British Invasion’ – making room for The Rolling Stones, Herman’s Hermits, The Zombies, Freddy and the Dreamers, The […]

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1962: Year of Chubby Checker and The Twist

1962 – The Year of Chubby Checker and The Twist Chubby Checker’s version of The Twist came out August 1, 1960 and he followed it up with non-stop touring, The Hucklebuck, Pony Time, Let’s Twist Again, and repeated The Twist with a second release on November 13, 1961. The Twist The Twist was first shown […]

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1962: Year of Chubby Checker and The Twist

1962 – The Year of Chubby Checker and The Twist Chubby Checker’s version of The Twist came out August 1, 1960 and he followed it up with non-stop touring, The Hucklebuck, Pony Time, Let’s Twist Again, and repeated The Twist with a second release on November 13, 1961. The Twist The Twist was first shown […]

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What Are The Rare ACME/Albertsons Monopoly Pieces In 2018?

What Are The Rare ACME/Albertsons Monopoly Pieces In 2018? Rare 2018 Albertsons/Safeway/ACME* Monopoly Pieces For 2018 * Full List of participating stores below Short Rules: 1. Receive a free game ticket each time you make a purchase (excluding lottery tickets, stamps, tobacco, alcohol or other products excluded by law) at any participating Market Store. 2. […]

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