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“Mini-Sharks” Attack Beachgoers In So Cal!

Swimmers in Southern California are reporting that their feet are being bitten by “mini-sharks”. These tiny isopods (Excirolana chiltoni) have been nicknamed “mini-sharks”. They grow to be around 0.3 inches in length, and often form swarms of about 1,000 members. […]

Celebrating The Great “Tonight Show” Host

“In Hollywood if you don’t have a shrink, people think you’re crazy.” Johnny Carson, born October 23, 1925

75 Years Ago…

On October 14, 1947, Chuck Yeager officially broke the sound barrier (Mach 1.05) in a rocket-powered Bell X-1 plane. On December 12, 1953, he flew an X-1A and set another speed record at Mach 2.44!

A Spooky Story For Halloween

“In very ancient books it is said that there used to be many goblin-spiders in Japan. Some folks declare there are still some goblin-spiders. During the daytime they look just like common spiders; but very late at night, when everybody […]

National Vinegar Month!

May is National Vinegar Month, so let’s take a look at some fun facts about this popular ingredient: Vinegar is a sour liquid that is made by the fermentation of apples, grapes, malted barley or oats, rice, and other substances. […]

Remembering a great actor and writer

“I prefer people who rock the boat to people who jump out.” Orson Welles, born May 6th, 1915

70 Years Ago . . .

On May 1, 1952, the children’s toy Mr. Potato Head went on sale. It was manufactured and distributed by Hasbro. The previous day, it also became the first toy advertised on U.S. Television. This toy is still being sold today.

National Grilled Cheese Month!

April is National Grilled Cheese month. Let’s take a look at some fun facts about one of our favorite treats: The Ancient Romans were the first to make a cooked bread and cheese type sandwich. In the 1920s, the grilled […]

Remembering A Great Radio And TV Host

“If you want to stay young-looking, pick your parents very carefully.   Dick Clark, died April 18, 2012

125 Years Ago . . .

On April 19, 1897, the first Boston marathon was held. It is the world’s oldest marathon, and the inaugural event was won by John J. McDermott of New York.