It was on this day in 2010, 33 miners were rescued at a copper and gold mine located in northern Chile.
On this day one of the longest performing shows ended it’s run and one of the scariest rides left a Disney park.
It was on this day that both “Saturday Night Live” and the show that was inspired by it – “30 Rock” debuted on NBC about 30 years apart.
It is estimated that 3.3 square miles of wooden buildings were destroyed, 300 people killed and over 100,000 people left homeless on this day in pop culture history.
On this day in 1986, the phantom (of the opera fame) dropped his first chandelier in London’s West End.
On this day in 1927 Laurel and Hardy became an official comedy duo and in 1956, baseball player Don Larsen pitched a perfect game.
Up until Universal Studios released the movie “Airport” in 1970, this was the studio’s biggest movie. Do you know what it was?
The world’s first featured-length movie with synchronized dialogue and the world’s messiest kids’ show debuted on this day.
For some, the golden age of cerealdom was created in March of 1971 when we saw our first glimpse of Count Chocula and Frankenberry.