TODAY IN HISTORY—MARCH 25, 2020

2018: After things not going well between President Donald J. Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, the latter boards his armored train and heads to Beijing so he can powwow with Chinese dictator Xi Jinping. Meanwhile, in the Siberian city of Kemerovo, a fire breaks out at a shopping mall that claims the lives of at least 64 and injures numerous others.

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TODAY IN HISTORY—MARCH 25, 2020:

U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice George Sutherland; the Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr.; “Yesterday and Today” by the Beatles, Buck Owens, the Byrds featuring Kevin Kelly, Elton John, Tower of Power featuring Stephen “Doc” Kupka, and “Happy Together” by the Turtles:

  1. 31 A.D.: According to calendar-maker Dionysius Exiguous, the people of the time celebrated the First Easter.
  2. 708: Constantine begins his reign as Catholic Pope.
  3. 1199: Richard I, Lion Heart, King of England, suffers a wound from a crossbow while fighting in France; the wound would turn septic and he would die on April 06.
  4. 1306: Robert the Bruce was crowned King of Scots.
  5. 1634: The first settlers found the Catholic colony of Maryland.
  6. 1669: Mount Etna erupts in Sicily, killing at least 20,000 people.
  7. 1776: The Continental Congress awarded the first Congressional Gold Medal to General George Washington, commander of the Continental Army.
  8. 1807: The British Parliament abolishes slave trade.  Meanwhile, the first railway passenger service begins in England on this date.
  9. 1813: The frigate USS Essex flew the first U.S. flag in battle in the Pacific.
  10. 1821: Greece gains independence from Turkey (National Day).
  11. 1851: White explorers see Yosemite Valley for the first time.
  12. 1857: Frederick Laggenheim took the first photo of a solar eclipse.
  13. 1862: In Stony Stratford, Great Britain, future 70thS. Supreme Court Associate Justice George Sutherland is born. President Warren G. Harding would nominate his fellow Republican to fill Associate Justice John Hessin Clarke’s seat, a Democrat. He would serve from 09-05-1922 to 01-17-1938.
  14. 1865: During the Civil War, Confederate forces attacked Ford Stedman in Virginia, but counterattacking Union forces managed to repel the attack. Elsewhere, the SS General Lyon at Cape Hatteras caught fire and sank, killing 400 people aboard her.
  15. 1894: Jacob S. Coxey began leading an ‘army’ of unemployed from Massillon, Ohio, to Washington, D.C., to demand help from the federal government.
  16. 1895: Italian troops invade Abyssinia (Ethiopia).
  17. 1898: The Intercollegiate Trapshooting Association underwent formation in New York City.
  18. 1900: The Socialist Party of the United States formed in Indianapolis, Indiana, on this date.
  19. 1901: In Nice, France, at the five-day “Week of Nice,” Daimler introduced the Mercedes.
  20. 1902: Irving W. Colburn patented the sheet glass drawing machine.
  21. 1905: The United States returned captured Confederate battle flags from the Civil War to their owners in the South.
  22. 1911: 146 people, mostly young female immigrants, died when fire broke out at the Triangle Shirtwaist Co. in New York. Prosecutors in New York indicted the owners of the company on manslaughter charges because some of the employees suffered entrapment behind locked doors within the factory.
  23. 1915: The U.S. Navy lost its first commissioned submarine as the USS F-4 sank off Hawaii, claiming the lives of all 21 crew members.
  24. 1931: Having been accused and then framed by white Southern cops for the rape of a white woman, the police arrest the ill-fated Scottsboro Boys in Alabama. Elsewhere, in India, fifty people died in rioting with Gandhi being among those assaulted by the raging mobs.
  25. 1936: The Detroit Red Wings defeated the Montreal Maroons in the longest hockey game to date. The game lasted 2 hours and 56 minutes.
  26. 1937: Italy and Yugoslavia sign no-attack treaty (Pact of Belgrade).
  27. 1940: The U.S. agreed to give Britain and France access to all American warplanes.
  28. 1941: In Dollon, South Carolina, founders incorporate the first paprika mill.
  29. 1942: 700 Jews of Polish Lvov-district reach Belzec Concentration Camp.
  30. 1943: Kevin Kelly, future drummer with the Rising Sons, the Byrds[i], and Fever Tree was born in California.
  31. 1945: The U.S. First Army begins operations to break out from the bridgehead near Remagen, Germany.
  32. 1946: Future member of the East Bay funk-rock-soul-jazz band, Tower of Power[ii]–Stephen “Doc” Kupka (baritone saxophone/backing vocals/oboe)—is born in Berkeley, California, on this date.
  33. 1947: A coalmine explosion in Centralia, Illinois, claimed 111 lives. Elsewhere, Elton John[iii], also known as Reginald Kenneth Dwight, singer ‘Rocket Man’ and ‘Candle in the Wind’ was born in Pinner, England on this date. Finally, John D. Rockefeller III presented a check to the United Nations for $8.5 million so the organization could purchase land for the site of the U.N. center in New York City.
  34. 1954: RCA announced it had begun producing color television sets at its plant in Bloomington, Indiana. The sets, with 12.5-inch picture tubes, cost $1,000 each—roughly $8,700 in today’s dollars.
  35. 1955: East Germany granted full sovereignty by occupying power, U.S.S.R.
  36. 1957: The Treaty of Rome establishes the European Economic Community.
  37. 1960: A guided missile launched from a nuclear-powered submarine for the first time.
  38. 1965: The Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr. led 25,000 marchers to the state capitol in Montgomery, Alabama, to protest the denial of voting rights to blacks. Later that day, civil rights activist Viola Liuzzo, a white Detroit homemaker, was shot and killed by Ku Klux Klansmen.
  39. 1966: The Beatles[iv] pose with mutilated dolls and butchered meat for the cover of the “Yesterday and Today” album; soon after release, the record company pulls it due to public outrage. Meanwhile, the U.S. Supreme Court rules the poll tax to be ‘unconstitutional.’
  40. 1967: The Turtles’[v] “Happy Together” goes #1.
  41. 1969: Pakistani General Agha Mohammed Jagja Khan succeeds Ayub Chan as president.
  42. 1970: The Concorde makes its first supersonic flight at 700 mph.
  43. 1971: In the NFL, Boston Patriots become the New England Patriots.
  44. 1975: A nephew with a history of mental illness shot King Faisal of Saudi Arabia to death on this date. In June of the same year in fulfillment of Islamic law., the nephew underwent beheading at the hands of an executioner,
  45. 1982: Wayne Gretzky becomes the first NHL player to score 200 points in a season.
  46. 1983: Congress passed legislation to rescue the U.S. social security system from bankruptcy—and now in the present, thanks to Barack Hussein Obama and his Democrats from 2009-2017—the system is in far worse shape.
  47. 1986: President Ronald Reagan ordered emergency aid for the Honduran army. U.S. helicopters airlifted Honduran troops to the Nicaraguan border.
  48. 1988: Robin Givens demands full access to husband Mike Tyson’s money. Elsewhere, Robert E. Chambers pled guilty to first-degree manslaughter in the death of 18-year-old Jennifer Levin. People living in New York City know this case as the “preppie murder case.”
  49. 1990: 87 people, most of them Honduran and Dominican immigrants, died when fire raced through an illegal social club in New York City.
  50. 1995: Boxer Mike Tyson released from jail after serving 3 years.
  51. 1998: The first person to use the doctor-assisted suicide law in Oregon—an unnamed cancer patient—did so on this date; talk about medical progress!
  52. 2001: 73rd Academy Awards Oscar Ceremony, Steve Martin hosts, “Gladiator” wins Best Picture, Russell Crowe, and Julia Roberts win lead acting awards.
  53. 2004: The Senate joined the House in passing the Unborn Victims of Violence Act, making it a separate offense to harm a fetus during a violent federal crime.
  54. 2006: Famed country-and-western star, Buck Owens, passed away on this date.
  55. 2011: The Tibetan parliament will seek the Tibetan community’s opinion after the Tibetan government in-exile accepts the Dalai Lama’s resignation from politics. Elsewhere, Iran’s government rejects an investigation into alleged human rights abuses called for by the United Nations Human Rights Council.
  56. 2012: S. President Barack Obama begins a three-day visit to South Korea, as tensions rise over North Korea’s proposed missile tests.2013: President of China, Xi Jinping addresses leaders in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, vowing to strengthen ties with Africa.
  57. 2014: S. Girl Scout Katie Francis breaks the record for selling cookies for the organization’s annual fundraiser, selling 18,107 boxes over a seven-week period. Meanwhile, Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin announce their intention to divorce after 11 years of marriage; the announcement on Paltrow’s website was titled “Conscious Uncoupling.”
  58. 2015: German aviation investigators begin to uncover clues that the co-pilot, Andreas Lubitz, on a recent German air flight that crashed in the French Alps locked the pilot out of the cabin before putting the plane into a dive.
  59. 2016: Adherents of the so-called “religion of peace: Islam,” in this case, ISIS, carry out a suicide bombing at a football match at Iskandariya, Iraq, kills 32 people and wounds scores more.
  60. 2018: After things not going well between President Donald J. Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, the latter boards his armored train and heads to Beijing so he can powwow with Chinese dictator Xi Jinping. Meanwhile, in the Siberian city of Kemerovo, a fire breaks out at a shopping mall that claims the lives of at least 64 and injures numerous others.
  61. 2019: Following the first rocket launch from the Gaza Strip since 2014 aimed at Tel Aviv, the Israelis launch airstrikes into the Palestinian-controlled S-hole area. Meanwhile, in the so-called ‘Socialist paradise of Venezuela,’ ongoing power shortages cause workers and students to remain at home And Sen. Bernie Sanders and AOC in the United States want the U.S. to become more like Venezuela and Cuba. No flipping way, Jose!
  62. 2020: COVID-19 statistics continue rising (although Communist China claims they are going DOWN in their neck of the global woods) what with 470,973 confirmed cases worldwide with 21,276 deaths. Meanwhile, the United States acknowledges 68,572 cases and 1,031 deaths as of this publishing time. Meanwhile, Democrats continue trying to stuff all sorts of Marxist craziness into the Coronavirus Relief Bill President Trump wants sent to his desk for his signature ASAP.

 

 

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Bryan Ferry released his next solo effort on May 21, 2002, “Frantic.” While not included among his top efforts, this album is an extraordinary one in that the singer never fails to please. He always has a unique perspective when covering the tunes of other artists such as Bob Dylan or the Byrds. We hope that you will take the digital journey offered by the American Institute of Culinary Politics-Elemental News of the Day to Amazon.com, our favorite online marketplace. Once there, you can pick the CD up in the format, the condition, and obviously the price that works best for you—you will be so glad you did. Thank you for your patronage.

 

 

 

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[i] We offered the music of the Byrds beginning on Monday, 16-January-2012 and concluded the presentation on Friday, 17-February-2012. Not sure if we will ever present the music of the Rising Sons or Fever Tree.

[ii] We are not sure when we will promote the music of Oakland’s Tower of Power but you can be sure that we will do so when we begin promoting the music of funk-rock, horn-powered bands.

[iii] We will be presenting Elton John’s music at some point.

[iv] We began promoting the music of both the Beatles and the band’s individual components on Friday, 04-November-2016 through Sunday, 11-June-2018. Besides the Beatles, we also promoted the music of John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, and George Harrison as well as the Traveling Wilburys.   The album, “Yesterday and Today,” appeared on Friday, 18-November-2016. Please seek out this massive offering by visiting the blog posts between those dates. You will be glad you did.

[v] We began promoting the music of the famed California surf-rock band, the Turtles, beginning on Tuesday, 03-September-2013 through Friday, 13-September-2013. The album containing the hit, “Happy Together,” was presented on Friday, 06-September-2013. Please seek it out and add it to your collection.

 

 

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TODAY IN HISTORY—FEBRUARY 10, 2020

DD. 1967: The 25th Amendment to the Constitution, dealing with presidential disability and succession, underwent ratification as Minnesota and Nevada adopted it. The amendment required the appointment of a vice president when that office became vacant and instituted new measures in the event of presidential disability.

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Tu B’Shevat

Elton John featuring Nigel Olsson, the Flying Burrito Brothers featuring Chris Ethridge, and Mothers of Invention:

  1. 60: Biblical scholars believe that the ship upon which, Paul was traveling broke apart and washed up on Malta on this date.
  2. 1098: The Crusaders defeated Prince Redwan of Aleppo at Antioch, Syria.
  3. 1676: The Wampanoag Indians under King Philip kill all men in Lancaster, Massachusetts.
  4. 1763: Britain, Spain, and France signed the Treaty of Paris, ending the Seven Years’ War (also known as the French and Indian War in North America).
  5. 1824: The Congress of Peru appointed Simon Bolivar dictator of Peru.
  6. 1840: Britain’s Queen Victoria married Prince Albert of Saxe-Colburg and Gotha.
  7. 1841: Under an Act of Union, passed by the British Parliament on this date, it proclaimed that both Upper and Lower Canada to be a unified entity.
  8. 1846: Beginning their ‘exodus,’ members of the Church of Latter-day Saints commence heading west from Illinois.
  9. 1855: The United States Congress amends S. Citizenship laws to include ALL children born abroad to AMERICAN parents. This means that children born to illegal aliens are NOT citizens of the country and must be deported with their illegal alien parents. Why does the United States not enforce this law today?
  10. 1863: Showman T. Barnum staged the wedding of General Tom Thumb and Mercy Lavinia Warren—both little people—in New York City. Elsewhere, Alanson Crane received a patent for the fire extinguisher.
  11. 1870: The YWCA underwent founding in New York City. Elsewhere, the city of Anaheim, California, underwent incorporation for the first time.
  12. 1879: Henry Morton Stanley departs England for the Cong Elsewhere, its creators used the electric arc light for the first time.
  13. 1890: After the Sioux Indian nation ‘cedes’ 11 million acres of land to the U.S. government, it opens for settlement by settlers.
  14. 1897: The New York Times begins using the slogan, “All the news that’s fit to print.”
  15. 1899: After President McKinley signs the treaty ending the war with Spain, the United States acquired both Guam and Puerto Rico.
  16. 1904: Russia and Japan officially declare war on one another after a Japanese sneak attack on the Russian fleet at Port Arthur severely damages seven of their capital ships.
  17. 1906: The British government proclaims a state of siege in the Zululand in South Africa due to the uprising of the Zulu Tribe against their colonial overlords. Meanwhile, the British launch the largest modern battleship to date, the HMS Dreadnought.
  18. 1908: Tommy Burns knocks out Jack Palmer in four rounds to claim the heavyweight boxing title of the world.
  19. 1920: Major League Baseball representatives outlawed pitches that involve tampering with the ball.
  20. 1925: At Michigan City, Indiana, construction workers put into service the first waterless gas storage tank.
  21. 1933: The Postal Telegram Company in New York introduced the first singing telegram. Meanwhile, German Fuhrer Adolf Hitler declares an “end to Marxism” in the nation.
  22. 1935: The Pennsylvania Railroad began passenger service with its electric locomotive. The engine was 79.5-feet long and weighed 230 tons.
  23. 1936: Nazi Germany’s Reichstag passed a law investing the Gestapo secret police with absolute authority, exempt from any legal review.
  24. 1942: The former French liner Normandie capsized in New York Harbor a day after it caught fire while being refitted for the U.S. Navy. RCA Victor presented Glenn Miller and his Orchestra with a “gold record” for their recording of “Chattanooga Choo Choo,” which had sold more than 1 million copies.
  25. 1943: During World War II, the British 8th Army sweeps through North Africa all the way to Tunisia, pursuing the remaining Axis troops before them.
  26. 1947: The treaties ending World War II are signed on this date.  Meanwhile, future famed bassist who worked for numerous bands as well as helped found the Flying Burrito Brothers—Chris Ethridge—is born on this date.
  27. 1949: Arthur Miller’s play “Death of a Salesman” opened at Broadway’s Morosco Theater with Lee J. Cobb as Willy Loman. Nigel Olsson, future drummer with the Spencer Davis Group in 1969 and then with Elton John to the present was born in England on this date.
  28. 1961: The American Football League’s Los Angeles Chargers move to San Diego.
  29. 1962: The Soviet Union exchanged captured American U-2 pilot, Francis Gary Powers for Rudolf Abel, a Soviet spy held by the United States. Republican George W. Romney announced his ultimately successful candidacy for governor of Michigan.
  30. 1967: The 25th Amendment to the Constitution, dealing with presidential disability and succession, underwent ratification as Minnesota and Nevada adopted it. The amendment required the appointment of a vice president when that office became vacant and instituted new measures in the event of presidential disability.
  31. 1968: U.S. figure skater Peggy Fleming won America’s only gold medal of the Winter Games in Grenoble, France. Gabriele Seyfert of East Germany earned the silver medal and Hana Maskova of Czechoslovakia won the bronze.
  32. 1971: The Royal Albert Hall in London cancels a concert by Frank Zappa and the Mothers.
  33. 1974: Silver hits a record $4.71 an ounce in London.
  34. 1975: The U.S. Post Office issued a commemorative stamp featuring NASA’s Pioneer 10 spacecraft.
  35. 1981: When a busboy set a fire at the Las Vegas Hilton hotel, the fire spread and eight people died in the conflagration.
  36. 1989: Ron Brown became the first African American to head a major U.S. political party when Democrats elected him chairman of the Democratic National Committee, aka the DNC.
  37. 1990: Buster Douglas knocked out Mike Tyson in 10 rounds to win the heavyweight title on this date. Meanwhile, South African President F.W. de Klerk announced that black activist Nelson Mandela would be released the next day after 27 years in captivity.
  38. 1991: Lithuania votes for independence from the USSR on this date.
  39. 1992: Boxer Mike Tyson was convicted in Indianapolis of raping Desiree Washington, a Miss Black America contestant. He served three years in prison. Meanwhile, author Alex Haley died in Seattle at age 70.
  40. 1997: The O.J. Simpson jury reaches a decision on the $25 million in punitive damaged in the civil trial over the murders of his ex-wife, Nicole Simpson Brown and her friend Ron Goldman.  Elsewhere, the U.S. Army suspended its top-ranking enlisted soldier, Army Sgt. Major Gene McKinney following allegations of sexual misconduct. A court convicted him obstruction of justice and acquitted him of 18 other counts alleging sexual harassment of six military women.
  41. 1998: The U.S. Senate confirmed David Satcher as the surgeon general of the United States on this date. Elsewhere, a college dropout became the first person convicted of hate crimes in cyberspace after he emailed threats to Asian students.
  42. 2003: A Chinese court convicted U.S.-based dissident Wang Bingzhang on spying and terrorism charges and sentenced him to life in prison. President Richard Nixon’s press secretary, Ron Ziegler, died in Coronado, California, at age 63.
  43. 2004: The White House, trying to end doubts about President George W. Bush’s Vietnam-era military service, released documents it said proved he had met his requirements in the Texas Air National Guard. Democrat John F. Kerry won the Virginia and Tennessee Democratic primaries.
  44. 2005: North Korea announces it has nuclear weapons. The hermit kingdom also rejected attempts to restart disarmament talks soon claiming that it needed the weapons as protection against an increasingly hostile United States. Elsewhere, in Roxbury, Connecticut, playwright Arthur Miller died on the 56th anniversary of the Broadway opening of “Death of a Salesman.” He was 89.
  45. 2009: When Russian and American satellites collide over Siberia, a great amount of space debris occurs; this was the first time an event of this nature occurred. Meanwhile, the U.S. Senate approved President Barack Obama’s giant stimulus measure. Elsewhere in the world, Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni’s centrist Kadima Party narrowly won the most seats in Israel’s 120-member parliament. However, it was Benjamin Netanyahu who ended up forming the new Israeli government.
  46. 2011: When the United States denied Cuba’s request for a fiber-optic cable to help speed up the island nation’s Internet, Venezuela stepped in and the cable arrived on this date from the South American socialist country.
  47. 2012: Called an outrage by critics, a children’s story by famed author, James Joyce, “The Cats of Copenhagen,” undergoes publication in Dublin, Ireland.
  48. 2014: For the first time in U.S. history, millionaires make up most of Congress in 2012. The Center for Responsive Politics study that reveals of the 534 members, 268 of them had incomes of $1 million or more.
  49. 2015: U.S. President Barack Obama seeks Congressional approval for additional force in the fight against ISIS. The fight launched by Obama commenced without Congressional authority leading many critics to claim that Obama is exceeding the limits of his authority.
  50. 2016: Blaming an El Nino-caused drought, the Venezuelan government orders 100 malls to close early so as to conserve electricity. The reason the nation has no electricity is because of the sham of socialism.
  51. 2019: The Catholic Church breathes a sigh of relief as an investigation into the U.S. Southern Baptist Church implicates 400 members with more than 700 victims. Meanwhile, a study conducted around the world claims that insect populations worldwide are collapsing which could lead to a ‘catastrophic collapse of the world’s ecosystems,’ what with a 40% decline and a 30% on the endangered list. Finally, Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar, Democrat, announces her presidential run.
  52. 2020: The New Hampshire primary occurs on this date and it appears that the battle is between Princess Pete and Commie Bernie with the Schnozz, Amy Klobuchar hanging in third place although no one knows for sure at this time.  Joe Biden, however, has already bolted for South Carolina, demonstrating he knows he is going to lose here, too.  Meanwhile, an audio tape of Mike Bloomberg speaking from six years ago about busting minorities and sending them to jail for pot possession hits the scene.  My, my, my!

 

00005 Spring on Highway #1 20 x 24 (400)

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The second solo album by Bryan Ferry, “Another Time, Another Place,” came out in 1974 and sounded similar to his first effort, “These Foolish Things” from the previous year. The musicians joining him were not from Roxy Music, so he had a somewhat different sound. Some of the critics bashed it because once again, the vocalist performed mostly covers of other singers and musicians but we love the album because we enjoy the artist. We hope you will seek it out wherever you shop for nothing but the ultimate best in rock-and-roll music. You will enjoy it.

 

 

 

 

 

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TODAY IN HISTORY—JANUARY 15, 2020

1947: The mutilated remains of a 22-year-old Elizabeth Short, whom the world would come to know as the “Black Dahlia,” appeared in a vacant Los Angeles, California, lot; her slaying remains unsolved.

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TODAY IN HISTORY—JANUARY 15, 2020:

U.S. Secretary of State Edward Everett; Elizabeth Short aka the “Black Dahlia,” Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Elton John featuring Dee Murray, “My Sweet Lord” by George Harrison, Harry Nilsson, Lynyrd Skynyrd featuring Ronnie Van Zant, the Supremes, and “I Can’t Explain” by the Who:

  1. 778: Sisinnius begins his reign as Catholic Pope and dies 20 days later.
  2. 1535: King Henry VIII declares himself the head of the English church.
  3. 1559: Church leaders crowned England’s Queen Elizabeth I in Westminster Abbey.
  4. 1624: When the people of Mexico learn that the Spaniards are going to close numerous churches, riots break out across the country.
  5. 1777: The people of New Connecticut declared their independence. (The Republic later became the state of Vermont).
  6. 1862: The U.S. Senate confirmed President Abraham Lincoln’s choice of Edward M. Stanton to be the new secretary of war, replacing Simon Cameron.
  7. 1863: The publisher of “The Boston Morning Journal” became the first American newspaper to publish on wood pulp paper.
  8. 1865: During the closing months of the Civil War, the Second Battle of Fort Fisher near Wilmington’s North Carolina, ended as Union forces captured the “Gibraltar of the South,” depriving the Confederates of their last major seaport. Meanwhile, former 20thS. Secretary of State Edward Everett died in Boston, Massachusetts, on this date.  He served under President Millard Fillmore from 11-06-1852 to 03-04-1853 and began political life first as a National Republican, then as a Whig, then the Constitutional Union, and finally the National Union Parties.
  9. 1870: The Donkey appears as a symbol of the Democratic Party for the first time in the magazine, Harper’s Weekly. The cartoon was by Thomas Nast and the cartoon bore the title, “A Live Jackass kicking a Dead Lion.”
  10. 1884: The state of Indiana issued a charter for Notre Dame University on this date.
  11. 1892: “Triangle” magazine in Springfield, Massachusetts, published the rules for a new game. The original rules involved attaching a peach basket to a suspended board; the game became basketball.
  12. 1908: Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority became America’s first Greek letter organization established by African American college women.
  13. 1915: Japan claims economic control of China.
  14. 1919: In Boston, a tank containing an estimated 2.3 million gallons of molasses burst, sending the dark syrup coursing through the city’s North End, killing 21 people.
  15. 1929: Civil Rights leader, Martin Luther King, Jr., was born in Atlanta, Georgia.
  16. 1936: In Toledo, Ohio, construction workers finish work on the first all-glass, windowless building- the building was the new home of Owens-Illinois Glass Company Laboratory.
  17. 1942: President Franklin Delano Roosevelt asks Major League Baseball commissioner to continue the sport throughout World War II.
  18. 1943: The Pentagon underwent dedication as the world’s largest office building just outside Washington, DC, in Arlington, Va. The structure covers 34 acres of land and has 17 miles of corridors snaking through it.
  19. 1944: American General Dwight D. Eisenhower arrives in Great Britain on this date.
  20. 1945: The Red Army frees the inhabitants of the Crackow-Plaszow Concentration Camp.
  21. 1947: The mutilated remains of a 22-year-old Elizabeth Short, whom the world would come to know as the “Black Dahlia,” appeared in a vacant Los Angeles, California, lot; her slaying remains unsolved.
  22. 1948: Ronnie Van Zant—future vocalist with the Southern rock band, Lynyrd Skynyrd[i]—was born on this date.
  23. 1953: Harry S. Truman became the first president to use radio and television to give his farewell address as he left office.
  24. 1955: The USSR ends its ‘state of war’ with the German Federal Republic. Elsewhere, the first solar-heated, radiation-cooled house underwent construction by Raymond Bliss in Tucson, Arizona.
  25. 1961: The Supremes[ii] sign with Motown Records. Elsewhere, a U.S. Air Force radar tower off the New Jersey coast collapsed into the Atlantic Ocean during a severe storm, killing all 28 men aboard.
  26. 1965: The Who[iii] released their first album, “I Can’t Explain.”
  27. 1967: In the first Super Bowl ever, the Green Bay Packers beat the Kansas City Chiefs at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum by a score of 35-10.
  28. 1971: George Harrison[iv] releases, “My Sweet Lord.”
  29. 1973: President Richard Nixon announced the suspension of all U.S. offensive action in North Vietnam, citing progress in peace negotiations.
  30. 1974: The situation comedy, “Happy Days,” premiered on ABC-TV.
  31. 1976: Attempted assassin Sarah Jane Moore receives a life sentence in prison for trying to murder President Gerald R. Ford.
  32. 1978: In Super Bowl XII, the Dallas Cowboys beat the Denver Broncos 27-10.
  33. 1986: President Ronald Reagan signed legislation making Martin Luther King, Jr.’s birthday a national holiday, one the nation would celebrate on the third Monday of January.
  34. 1987: Paramount Home Video reported that it would place a commercial at the front of one of its video releases for the first time; the commercial was a 30-second Diet Pepsi ad at the beginning of “Top Gun.”
  35. 1988: Jimmy “the Greek” Snyder makes racist remarks about black athletes and suffers job loss and exile from professional sports commentary.
  36. 1989: NATO, the Warsaw Pact and 12 other European countries adopted a human rights and security agreement in Vienna, Austria.
  37. 1990: 42-year-old George Foreman KO’s Gerry Cooney in the second round of their heavyweight-boxing match.
  38. 1992: Dee Murray—bassist with the Spencer Davis Group[v] in 1969 and then with Elton John[vi] up until his demise—died from a stroke related to battling with skin cancer on this date.
  39. 1993: A historic disarmament ceremony ended in Paris with the last of 125 countries signing a treaty banning the use of chemical weapons.
  40. 1994: Fame vocalist Harry Nilsson[vii] died from heart failure on this date. He had numerous radio hits and had many musical friends who performed on his albums and at his live shows.
  41. 1995: In the AFC Championship Game in the NFL, the San Diego Chargers beat the Pittsburgh Steelers by a score of 17-13 and advance to the Super Bowl. Meanwhile in the NFC, the San Francisco 49ers beat the Dallas Cowboys to advance to the Super Bowl.
  42. 2001: The folks behind Wikipedia launched it on today’s date.
  43. 2009: US Airways Captain Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger ditched his Airbus 320 in the Hudson River after a flock of birds disabled both engines; all 155 people aboard survived.
  44. 2012: In the GOP Presidential Primary, Governor Jon Huntsman of Utah drops out and endorses Governor Mitt Romney of Massachusetts.
  45. 2013: In Saudi Arabia, Egyptian human rights lawyer, Ahmed al-Gizawi receives a sentence of five years in prison plus 300 lashes for possessing Xanax, anti-anxiety medication. Elsewhere, a rocket attack on Aleppo University, Syria, takes the lives of 83 people and wounds another 150 people.
  46. 2014: Lebanon’s new Prime Minister Tammam Salam declares that he has been able to form a new cabinet, breaking the 10-month impasse between Hezbollah and Sunni rival parties; Salam intends to hold presidential elections on time. Meanwhile, whistleblowers reveal that the National Security Agency—the NSA—uses software to spy on nearly 100,000 computers around the globe.  The spy agency implants much of the spying technology onto the computers when they access the Internet while in other occasions, their technology enables data processers to enter data or alter data through radio wave transmissions.
  47. 2015: The Swiss National Bank has uncapped the Swiss franc against the euro, resulting in a rise in its currency value from 1.20 to 1.04 francs/euro; the bank also reduced interest rates from -.25% to -.75%, increasing costs to investors who store deposits.
  48. 2016: Members of the so-called ‘religion of peace’- Islamist militants- attack a hotel in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, murdering 28 guests and wounding another 58.
  49. 2017: In the NFC Division Round, the Green Bay Packers defeat the Dallas Cowboys in a high-scoring shootout by a score of 34-31. In the AFC Division Round, the Pittsburgh Steelers overcome the Kansas City Chiefs through kicking six field goals for a final score of 18-16.
  50. 2018: Protests marking the seventh anniversary of the revolution in Tunis, Tunisia, turn violent as people begin protesting the current government.
  51. 2019: LGBTQIA+ activists accuse the government of Chechnya, a well-known place of ‘tolerance’ of a pogrom against gays what with 40 detained and two slain. Meanwhile, a witness in the trial of Mexican drug lord, Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman claims that former Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto took a bribe of $100 million from the cartel to look the other way.

 

 

 

 

 

BEVERLY CARRICK ORIGINAL ARTWORK OF THE DAY:

 

 

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This artwork is #1147 an 8” x 10” original oil painting by Beverly Carrick, which, she entitled, “Mustang Run.”  It is among her more beautiful works and is available for sale.  You can see much more of her work at her Website, found at beverlycarrick.com, or at the blog’s Facebook page.  At her Website, you will see not only more original oil paintings but also lithographs, giclée’s, prints, miniatures, photographs, and even her award-winning instructional video entitled, “Painting the Southwest with Beverly Carrick.”  Beverly has been painting for more than 60 years and known around the world for both the beauty and timelessness of her artworks.  Hanging in private and public galleries and followed by many fans encircling the globe—her works instill awe because of her artistic brilliance and personal beauty.  We urge you to go to her Website NOW and view her work.  It is possible that you will find something you like and will want to buy it for yourself, a friend, a loved one, or a neighbor!  You will not be disappointed so please: do yourself a favor and go there IMMEDIATELY!  Thank you, the American Institute of Culinary Politics-Elemental News of the Day!

 

 

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If you have $537.74 burning a hole in your pocket, you can pick this 3-CD set up by the Troggs.  “Archeology 1967-1976” (September 22, 1992) contains everything worth owning by this famed British quartet- and then some- so why not use the link and visit the world’s greatest online marketplace- the one, the only, Amazon.com- where you can add it to your collection.  LOL, we sure would appreciate it if you would seek it out but hey, do what’s best for your pocketbook…and your ears.  Enjoy!

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Original Beverly Carrick Artworks, Beverly Carrick—World Famous Artist, Harry Nilsson, “I Can’t Explain” by the Who, Ronnie Van Zant, Lynyrd Skynyrd, “My Sweet Lord” by George Harrison, Dee Murray, the Spencer Davis Group, Elton John, The “Black Dahlia” aka Elizabeth Short, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., U.S. Secretary of State Edward Everett, The Troggs,

 

 

 

[i] We hope to share the music of Lynyrd Skynyrd sometime in the next decade.  At least by 2029 so please stay tuned for further news.

[ii] We definitely hope to present the music of ALL the classic Motown bands- including the famed Diana Ross and the Supremes- sometime within the next decade.  Please, stay tuned for further developments.

[iii] We promoted the music of the Who and of its individual band members beginning on Monday, 03-August-2015 through Sunday, 29-November-2015.  We hope you will seek out the music of this veteran British band as well as of Pete Townsend, John Entwistle, Keith Moon, and Roger Daltrey.  We know you will enjoy them.

[iv] We began promoting the music of both the Beatles and the band’s individual components on Friday, 04-November-2016 through Sunday, 11-June-2018.  Besides the Beatles, we also promoted the music of John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, and George Harrison as well as the Traveling Wilburys.  “My Sweet Lord” appeared on the album, “All Things Must Pass,” which we promoted on Friday, 09-December-2016.  We hope you will seek that album out- along with the rest of George’s catalog- and add it to your collection.

[v] We began promoting the music of not only Traffic but also the Spencer Davis Group, Steve Winwood, Chris Wood, Jim Capaldi, and Dave Mason.  The presentation commenced on Monday, 30-November-2015 through Sunday, 20-March-2016.  This offering also included Blind Faith.  We hope you will seek them out and add them to your collection.

[vi] We will be presenting Elton John’s music at some point within the next five years.  Please stay tuned for the day when we do.

[vii] We are not sure when we will begin promoting the music of the famed Harry Nilsson but we hope to do it at some point within the next five years.  Please keep posted for when we do.

 

 

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