March 19 in History

March 19 in Pop Culture History March 19th is… Backyard Day Certified Nurses Day Clients Day Chocolate Caramel Day Let’s Laugh Day Poultry Day Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Day 1649 – The House of Commons of England abolished the House of Lords, declaring it ‘useless and dangerous to the people of England’. 1842 – French […]

March 18 in History

March 18 in Pop Culture History March 18th is… Awkward Moments Day Biodiesel Day Forgive Mom and Dad Day Lacy Oatmeal Cookie Day Sloppy Joe Day Supreme Sacrifice Day 37 – Caligula was declared emperor of Rome. 1834 – The first US railroad tunnel was completed between Hollidaysburg and Johnstown, Pennsylvania. 1850 – Henry Wells […]

Saint Patrick’s Day

The Legend of Saint Patrick The story of Saint Patrick is veiled in mystery and legend, and only a few facts are known through his own writing. His Confession, a spiritual autobiography, and his Letter to Coroticus, a denunciation of British mistreatment of Irish people, are the only two works that provide insight into his …

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March 17 in History

March 17 in Pop Culture History March 17th is… Camp Fire Girls Day Corned Beef and Cabbage Day Doctor-Patient Trust Day Red Rose Day (UK) St. Patrick’s Day Submarine Day (also April 11) 461 – According to Legend, Saint Patrick died in Saul, Downpatrick, Ireland. 1762 – Irish soldiers serving in the British army in […]

March 16 in History

March 16 in Pop Culture History March 16th is… Artichoke Hearts Day Black Press day Curl Crush Day Everything You Do Is Right Day Freedom of Information Day Goddard Day Lips Appreciation Day Panda Day 1850 – Nathaniel Hawthorne’s The Scarlet Letter was published.1926 – American Robert H. Goddard launched the world’s first liquid-fueled rocket at Auburn, […]

March 15 in History

March 15 in Pop Culture History March 15th is… Consumer Rights Day Dumbstruck Day Egg Cream Day Everything You Think Is Wrong Day The Ides of March Peanut Lovers Day Pears Helene Day Shoe the World Day True Confessions Day 44 BC – Gaius Julius Caesar was stabbed to death in the Roman Senate house […]

March 14 in History

March 14 in Pop Culture History March 14th is… Ask a Question Day Celebrate Scientists Day Children’s Craft Day Crowdfunding Day Genius Day Learn About Butterflies Day Moth-er Day National Pi Day Potato Chip Day Steak Day National Write Down Your Story Day 44 BC – Casca and Cassius decided that Mark Antony should stay […]

March 13 In History

March 13 In Pop Culture History March 13th is… Coconut Torte Day Donald Duck Day Earmuff Day Good Samaritan Day National Jewel Day Ken Day K9 Veterans Day Open an Umbrella Indoors Day Workplace Napping Day 1639 – Formerly ‘New College,” Harvard College was renamed after clergyman John Harvard. 1781 – German-born English astronomer William […]

March 12 in History

March 12 in Pop Culture History March 12th is… World Day Against Cyber Censorship Alfred Hitchcock Day Baked Scallops Day Girl Scout Day Plant a Flower Day Working Moms Day 1894 – Coca-Cola bottles were sold to the public for the first time in Vicksburg, Mississippi. 1912 – The Girl Guides (later renamed the Girl […]

March 11 in History

March 11 in Pop Culture History March 11th is… Debunking Day Dream Day National Funeral Director and Mortician Recognition Day Johnny Appleseed Day (also September 26) Oatmeal Nut Waffles Day Plumbing Day Promposal Day National 3-1-1 Day Worship of Tools Day 105 – Ts’ai Lun invented paper, in China. 1818 – Frankenstein, or, The Modern Prometheus by […]

March 10 in History

March 10 in Pop Culture History March 10th is… Bagpipe Day Blueberry Popover Day Festival of Life in the Cracks Day Histotechnology Professionals Day International Day of Awesomeness Landline Telephone Day Mario Day Pack Your Lunch Day Ranch Dressing Day Salvation Army Day Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day 1804 – In St. Louis, Missouri, […]

March 9 in History

March 9 in Pop Culture History March 9th is… Amerigo Vespucci Day Bang-Clang Day Barbie Day Crabmeat Day False Teeth Day Get Over it Day Joe Franklin Day Meatball Day Panic Day 1611 – Johannes Fabricius, a Dutch astronomer, discovered sunspots. 1822 – Charles M. Graham of NY was issued the first US Patent (#X03472) […]