Comic Strip Appreciation Day / National Meatloaf Day

Comic Strip Appreciation Day October 18 Storytelling using a sequence of pictures has existed through history. One medieval European example in textile form is the Bayeux Tapestry. Printed examples emerged in 19th-century Germany and in 18th-century England, where some of the...

Pumpkins!

Pumpkins here. Pumpkins there. Pumpkins, pumpkins everywhere! It seems like the perfect time to do a little research about pumpkins. Did you know that a pumpkin is a type of squash and is actually a fruit because...

National Pasta Day / International Archeology Day

National Pasta Day October 17 Fun facts about past are featured on the Basta Pasta website, including pasta has a long history that can be dated back to the fourth century B.C. This is because researchers have found illustrations...

National Dictionary Day / National Liqueur Day

National Dictionary Day October 16 According to a Reader’s Digest article, the earliest single-language dictionary in the English language was known as the “Table Alphabeticall.” Produced by a man named Robert Cawdrey in 1604, it contained around 3,000 words....

I Love Lucy Day / National Grouch Day

I Love Lucy Day October 15 When I Love Lucy premiered on October 15, 1951, no one could have predicted that it would become one of television’s most beloved and enduring programs of all time. When CBS approached Lucille...

Spider-Man Day / National Fossil Day

Spider-Man Day October 14 Spider-Man, created by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko, first appeared in August 1962 in Amazing Fantasy #15. Spider-Man wasn’t actually going to be a spider-based superhero. Stan Lee actually wanted to base a comic on...

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This page lists, by city, beauty salons. Although many of the salons noted...

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