1915: Something About (Typhoid) Mary In 1900, Mary Mallon worked as a cook for a family in New York City. Within two weeks, some of the residents there developed typhoid … Continue Reading This Day in Pop Culture for March 27
1982: Ebony & Ivory Paul McCartney and Stevie Wonder once teamed up to sing the song “Ebony & Ivory” which uses piano keys as a metaphor for racial equality. Ironically, … Continue Reading This Day in Pop Culture for March 26
Streaming on Disney+, “That Darn Cat” features one of the best movie gags of all time that takes place at a drive in movie theater.
While the world isn’t coming to an end just yet, it sure feels like it for many people stuck inside their homes during the coronavirus pandemic.
Believe it or not, but the very first Easter was observed on this day in 31 AD and it also National Waffle Day which just means that God is okay with brunch.
On this day in pop culture history – Elvis joined the army, ABC’s “Nightline” began and that “bad ol’ puddy tat” was born.
2006: National Puppy Day The very first National Puppy Day was celebrated on this day in 2006. It was created by animal behaviorist Coleen Paige. In addition to awareness of … Continue Reading This Day in Pop Culture for March 23
The Beatles were spoofed, Toys R Us closed up shop and Niagara Falls went dry on this day in pop culture history.