While researching today’s episode, I became acquainted with Mr. Punch. It was an “Ah Ha!” moment for me, and I bet it will be for you too.Continue reading
Today marks a very significant milestone in the American Civil War. Know what it is? Listen to today’s episode to find out.Continue reading
Today’s footnotes include the US House of Representatives, the last episode of an iconic TV show, and a famous musical artist celebrating his birthday.Continue reading
Know when the Eiffel Tower officially opened? Know when Chuck Berry’s “Johnny B. Goode” was released? Get answers to these questions and more when you listen to this episode of On This Day.Continue reading
Who took over as lead singer of Van Halen on this day? What notable officiating tool was made a permanent part of the NFL by a vote of the owners on this day? We also have a famous singing diva celebrating her birthday today. Know who it is? Get your answers on today’s episode.Continue reading
Can you name the first US astronaut to ride into space aboard a Russian spacecraft? What precursor to the modern NFL draft got started on this day? Learn these facts and more in today’s episode. Plus, at the end of the show, I share with you a couple news and notes from the show.Continue reading
The US Patent Office, a famous New York City Theater, bowling, and a famous musician’s birthday comprise today’s set of historical footnotes. Find out what each is by listening to today’s episode.Continue reading
I had to do a bit of ‘splaining in today’s show since today is the anniversary of Johann Kepler’s discovery of the third Law of Planetary Motion. Listen to find out when Kepler discovered it, and what it is.Continue reading
What song is musician Eddy Grant best known for? Who was the first bowler to bowl two perfect games in a row? Listen to today’s episode for answers to these questions and more.
How many Grammys did Michael Jackson receive for his “Thriller” album? Know when the first basketball game was broadcast on TV? What famous auto racer celebrates his birthday today? Today’s episode has your answers.