Let’s give a rousing birthday shout out to everyone’s favorite Scottish chemist: James Swinburne.
Exactly my point. Swinburne might have been everyone’s favorite Scottish chemist had he not been so overly cautious. 330 more words
Hey Guys, it’s Joe Causi back at you again with another ‘Week in History.’ This week it’s all about a no-name piano player who would get his first break; One of the biggest marriage breakups of the ’70s; one cool ‘One Hit Wonder’ of the ’80s; The Chairmen of the Board goes out in style; and Britney becomes a baldie! 307 more words
Dave Plier and Dave Schwan talk ‘This Week in History’ including the day in 1849 that America had no President, The University of Illinois opened, the telephone is introduced, the ’Star Spangled Banner’ was written, the Academy Awards debuted on television, the Hoola Hoop was invented, and the passing of Jack Mulqueen of Chicago TV’s ‘The Mulqueens’ and ‘Kiddie A-Go-Go’. 19 more words
Hey everybody! It’s Joe Causi with another installment of This Week in History!
This week we find out how Frank Sinatra got his nickname, Emerson, Lake & Palmer do a little skinny dipping and pay a price, Ronnie Van Zant’s stolen headstone, partying with 347 more words
Dave Plier and Dave Schwan look back at the creation of the US Postal Service, Kellogg’s Corn Flakes were introduced, Cracker Jack was first made in Chicago in 1913, comic strip Batman and Robin premieres in Newspapers, the US fleet launches the invasion of Iwo Jima in 1945, Chicago 7 defendants are found innocent and Jimmy Fallon takes over as the 6th host of ‘The Tonight Show’. 19 more words