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Oct 24th is United Nations Day

October 24th is dedicated to recognizing the accomplishments and duties of the United Nations. We have over 70 years of history from this world-wide organization. They originally formed as an agreement from the Treaty of Versailles to help advocate against war breaking out and leaders taking over their peoples’ rights. However, that didn’t last. Towards […]

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Oct 14th is Columbus Day

Remember being taught in elementary school, “Columbus sailed the ocean blue in 1492”? And over 500 years later we close down banks and don’t get any mail for this day! Well, today is the day we commemorate his travels that have discovered the New World of the Americas! In America, we consider this a federal […]

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Oct 9th is Pet Obesity Awareness Day

October 9th probably shouldn’t be celebrated with an extra Beggin’ Strip! On this day back in 2011, it was declared a national epidemic that pets, now more than ever, are unhealthily overweight. The day is made to raise awareness to help pet owners far and wide to better learn what it means to have an […]

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September 30 – National Love People Day

Although nowadays people tend to say they love their dogs (or cats!) more than they love people, why not change it up for a day? On September 30th we take the time to commemorate National Love People Day. Living in a day of age where we try to avoid people so much that we would […]

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September 22 – Hobbit Day

September 22nd is to dedicate the happiest of birthdays to Bilbo and Frodo Baggins, two characters from J.R.R. Tolkien’s popular Middle Earth Cycle books, The Hobbit and Lord Of The Rings. Standing upright anywhere between a shocking two to four feet tall, hobbits are the unlikely underdog hero that we never see coming. Filled with […]

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September 17 – Constitution Day

We the people, are celebrating the ratification of our nation’s Constitution on September 17th! On this day way back in 1787, thirty-nine of America’s leading founders (including our first president, Mr. George Washington!) signed this document to declare that all people born in the United States or have been naturalized, are in fact, citizens of […]

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Aug. 30th – Frankenstein Day

IT’S…ALIVE! In honor of Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley’s being born on this day back in 1797 – today we celebrate her unreal creation, Frankenstein. This classic novel was actually first published with an anonymous author since women were not taken seriously as writers back in 1818. Shelley was a trailblazer in helping bring women out of […]

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Saint Germain, The Immortal Count

Is it possible fоr a реrѕоn tо livе forever? That iѕ whаt ѕоmе реорlе аrе сlаiming аbоut a hiѕtоriсаl figurе knоwn as Count dе Sаint-Gеrmаin. His оriginѕ are ѕtill unclear. Sоmе rесоrdѕ date hiѕ birth tо thе lаtе 1600s, аlthоugh ѕоmе bеliеvе that hiѕ longevity rеасhеѕ bасk to thе time оf Chriѕt. Hе hаѕ appeared […]

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The Death of Edgar Allan Poe

Edgar Allan Poe had a mysterious and untimely death at the young age of 40 on October 7, 1849, in Baltimore, Maryland – leaving behind a mystery as dark and macabre as him and his writings. He was found incoherent and unable to explain what had happened to him outside a bar, doubling as a […]

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Aug. 13th – International Left-Handers Day

To all of you who have always struggled with right-handed desks in school – this one’s for you! Did you know that only 10% of the population is left-handed?! You are a rare find, my friend. This day got started in 1992 in the United Kingdom – their “Left-Handers Club” was established to increase awareness […]