1905: The Voice of Winnie-the-Pooh was Born Sterling Holloway was born on January 4, 1905. While being an actor in movies as well as for TV for almost 50 years, … Continue Reading This Day in Pop Culture for January 4
It was on this day that some people starting tossing fruitcakes, Dragnet aired for the first time and Peanuts comic strip published its last daily strip.
It was on this day in1928 that Time magazine made lemonade out of a lemon of an embarrassment with it’s first “Man of the Year” issue.
1975: ‘Wheel of Fortune’ Debuts Wheel of Fortune is the longest-running syndicated game show in the U.S. airing over 6,000 episodes to date. Merv Griffin conceived the idea for Hangman-type show … Continue Reading This Day in Pop Culture for January 6
The first official divorce in America happened on this day in 1643.
Jumping in icy cold water on January 1st isn’t anything new. The people of South Boston have been doing it since 1902!