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February 3 is National Carrot Cake Day

National Carrot Cake Day

Also: African Heritage & Health Week

Carrot Facts:

  1. Carrots were first cultivated in north Africa & the Mediterranean. They originally were purple or grey in color. 
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The 12 Days of Christmas Music in 2015, Day 12: "Hark! The Herald Angels Sing"

Until doing the research for this post, I didn’t know how Charles Wesley, Felix Mendelssohn, and Johann Gutenberg were related. It sounds like a bad joke: So a preacher, a composer, and a printer walk into a bar… 1,394 more words

Music

Listener as Context

Jonathan L. Friedmann, Ph.D.

Reading and writing were not generally accessible until Gutenberg unveiled the printing press around 1440. Fewer than six centuries have passed since then—a blip in the 200,000-year existence of anatomically modern… 444 more words

Music

In Deutsch Denken, Dichten und Forschen

Deutschland ist das Land der Dichter und Denker, sagt man – aber wer außer Schiller und Goethe hat noch Deutsch gesprochen? Die Klasse Rot 7/8 hatte die Aufgabe, das herauszufinden. 1,421 more words

Deutschland

Design Detective-1

Johannes Gutenberg

Life occupations:

  • Engraver
  • Inventor
  • Printer

Life Legacy:
He left behind a legacy of his invention the printing press and a new way of printing. 31 more words

DesignDetectives

Gutenberg Gets the Ball Rolling

Johann Gutenberg was an enterprising trader who made money out of pilgrims by selling them looking-glasses and polished stones.  For several years, he experimented with metal types to make books.  210 more words

Church History