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War of the Worlds Radio Panic – Truth or Fiction?

War of the Worlds Radio Panic – Truth or Fiction?

On October 30, 77 years ago, Orson Welles created widespread panic throughout the United States with his dramatic adaptation of the H.G. Wells’ novel The War of the Worlds on CBS radio – or so the story goes. According to legend, over a million people were convinced...

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What Would Elvis Eat?

What Would Elvis Eat?

Elvis grew up poor in the backwoods of Tupelo, Mississippi eating the down-home southern comfort foods his mama used to make; biscuits and gravy, fritters, and coconut cake were probably some of his favorites. Even after he gained fame and fortune, he never strayed...

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Broncos…..Fun Facts

Broncos…..Fun Facts

Bronco’s Stadium was originally built as a baseball stadium for the Denver Bears, part of the ill-fated establishment of a third major baseball league – The Continental League – in 1959. Bob Howsman, owner of the stadium, decided to save the stadium by bringing...

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Veterans Day – Honoring those who serve

Veterans Day – Honoring those who serve

Veterans Day, originally called Armistice Day, officially began on November 11, 1919, one year after the United States and Germany signed an armistice to end World War One. The Armistice was actually signed on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month.. Not to...

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Fun Halloween Traditions and How They Started

Fun Halloween Traditions and How They Started

We like to think of Halloween as an All-American holiday, but it was actually brought to this country by Irish and Scottish immigrants and can be traced back to Celtic culture. For the Druids, November 1st was New Year’s Day and the celebration would begin on October...

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