... that today is the birthday of Pate de Foie Gras aux
Truffes? In 1784, Jean-Joseph Clause, a French pastry chef,
received a patent for his pate de foie gras aux truffes. He
went on to begin his own business specializing in supplying
pate to the gentry. Now aren't you glad you know that? ;-)
... that today is the birthday of the Mardi Gras in New
Orleans? The first Mardi Gras celebration in New Orleans was
held in 1827. The traditional colors of Mardi Gras are purple
(symbolic of justice), green (symbolic of faith) and gold
(symbolic of power). Celebrate by having your own party!
... that today is the birthday of the Grand Teton National
Park? In 1929, President Coolidge signed the Act that created
the Grand Teton National Park. Trivia buffs: The park
encompasses approximately 310,000 acres of wilderness,
approximately 100 miles of paved roads and nearly 200 miles of
trails for hikers to enjoy.
... that today is Let's All Eat Right Day? Celebrate the
birthday of nutritionist Adelle Davis who was famous for
advocating healthy eating, especially via her bestselling
book, "Let's Eat Right to Keep Fit."
... that today is International Dog Biscuit Appreciation Day?
They say every dog has his day... today, they all get that day
at once. Just imagine: dog biscuits without having to do
tricks. We should all be so lucky! ;-)
... that today is Israeli Female Prime Minister Day? In 1969,
Golda Meir was sworn in as Israel's first woman prime
minister. Meir took office with the largest percentage of the
vote ever won by an Israeli party. Meir is the only woman to
have headed a Middle Eastern state in modern times.
... that today is Susan B. Anthony Day? On the birthday of
Susan B. Anthony (born 1820 in Adams, Massachusetts), work
for women's issues and recognize women's rights. Susan B.
Anthony was the first U.S. woman to have her likeness on a
coin. Trivia fans: This day is a holiday in Florida and
... that today is Special Person Day? In 1997, a school
district in Hillsborough, New Jersey, banned the celebration
of Valentine's Day because it is actually a religious
celebration of St. Valentine. They renamed the celebration
Special Person Day. Regardless of what you might call it,
Happy Valentine's Day to all!
... that today is American Magazine Day? In 1741, Andrew
Bradford of Pennsylvania published "The American Magazine,"
the first magazine in America (published three days before Ben
Franklin's "General Magazine." "The American Magazine" lasted
only three issues.
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