What Is Cinco de Mayo

It’s Cinco de Mayo time, and festivities are planned across the US. But in Mexico, not so much… The United States is gearing up for Cinco de Mayo. Music, all-day happy hours and deals on tacos are planned at venues across the country on Sunday — May 5 — in […]


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Century-Old Time Capsule Found

In what Superintendent Jeff Elstad called a “historic event for our community,” a more than century-old time capsule has been discovered in the demolition of an old high school Owatonna, Minnesota. The contents of the capsule were unveiled for the first time during a press conference this week. A fascinating […]


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KISS-tory

For the “KISS Army,” Saturday night was a historic moment as the band played its “final concert ever,” wrapping up the “End of the Road World Tour” at Madison Square Garden. “KISS was born in New York City. On 23rd Street. Half a century ago. It will be a privilege […]


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Rocky Day

Sylvester Stallone celebrates Philly’s first-ever Rocky Day: ‘Keep punching!’ The world ain’t all sunshine and rainbows, but on Sunday, Philly was celebrating. Nearly 50 years after the 1976 Oscar-winning sports film “Rocky” introduced audiences to small-time boxer Rocky Balboa, Sylvester Stallone returned to the Philadelphia Museum of Art, where Balboa […]


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Indigenous Peoples’ Day

Indigenous Peoples’ Day lands on October 9 this year, and given that you’ve wandered over to this page today, you’re either a) curious to learn more about how this holiday came to be; b) eager to find out ways that you can honor and celebrate this special day; c) looking […]


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