1963 was an eventful and memorable year. Besides being the year that Linda Bilyeu and Johnny Depp entered the world, John F. Kennedy was assassinated. I've included 50 facts from 1963...
August 8th is the day to celebrate this versatile edible. Here's some background on this beloved national holiday and suggestions for spreading the joy (and excess produce).
Historical facts are included in this tribute article to 1964. If you were lucky enough to be born in the year 1964, you'll be turning 50 years old along with Michelle Obama and Sandra Bullock.
What's the point of Groundhog Day? Can Punxsutawney Phil actually predict the weather and if so then why do we care?
What is Ed Balls day? It's one of those fine British traditions of finding humour in awkward situations. It all began with a failure of man-machine interaction, and has now become a legend.
Part of a series on the strange and silly holidays throughout the year. A look at the silly and fun holidays in the month of November.
Whereas February is accorded the status of "Black History Month", June has made a significant contribution as well. Juneteenth and the events that led to it are an integral part of black history.
The strange and interesting holidays that fall in the month of March. This is a continuation of a series on strange holidays for every month.
Do you enjoy cooking and baking? Celebrate some of the bizarre, unique November food holidays this year. Choose from desserts, other baking options, nuts, and much more.
Edward VI died on July 6, 1553. Before his death, he removed his half-sisters from the line of succession and placed his cousin Lady Jane Grey in his place, leading to temporary uncertainty.