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The geopolitical boundaries of Europe have changed a lot over the years, even in our lifetimes… and the continent is full of little independent “nations” that you’d need a magnifying glass to see on a map. One you won’t find … Continue reading →
It was on September 22, 1789 that one of the most remarkable positions in US government history was created… the esteemed title of Postmaster General. PG’s rarely get into the news like the similarly whimsical Surgeon General, but believe it … Continue reading →
One of the very most iconic moments in movie history was shot at the ungodly hour of 1:00 AM on September 15, 1954. Marilyn Monroe, in the moment that would define her image, walked over a sidewalk grate and had … Continue reading →
It was on September 8, 1504 that one of the most recognizable works of art in human history was unveiled, Michelangelo’s (the artist, not the ninja turtle) David. While David is considered one of the great masterpieces, that anatomy is … Continue reading →
It was on September 1, 1878 that Emma Nutt made history as the world’s very first female telephone operator when she first manned…. er, womanned the switchboard for the Boston Telephone Dispatch Company. While female telephone operators were the norm … Continue reading →