Columbus Day

Columbus Day

9th October (The the second Monday in October)

Christopher Columbus discovered America in a blue-and-white sailor shirt, and since then, men have been wearing blue and white shirts. ~ Mickey Drexler While it’s impossible to know if Christopher Columbus actually discovered America in a blue...

Mandela Day

Mandela Day

Every July 18th

”He achieved more than could be expected of any man and today he’s gone home. we’ve lost one of the most influential, courageous, and profoundly good human beings that any of us will ever share...

Paul Bunyan Day

Paul Bunyan Day

Every June 28th

It may sometimes seem as though a great majority of the most popular folklore characters are evil predators who spend their lives hunting for their next victim. Paul Bunyan, on the other hand, is the...

Dracula Day

Dracula Day

Every May 26th

Of all of the monsters known to man, which one could possibly be considered more iconic than Count Dracula? The quintessential vampire, Count Dracula has inspired tens of films and stories the world over, not...

Firefly Day

Firefly Day

Every April 24th

“Take my love, Take my land Take me where I cannot stand, I don’t care, I’m still free You can’t take the sky from me.” ~ Ballad of Serenity Alright Browncoats, it’s time to go out into the black and...

Harlem Globetrotter’s Day

Harlem Globetrotter’s Day

Every January 7th

The Harlem Globetrotters have played a strange part in the lives of us who grew up in the age of classic Scooby Doo. Even in animation the Globetrotters would make appearances, such was their fame...

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