Fun Stuff

The First Appearance by The Beatles as The Beatles

February 9, 1961 This Day in Music- The Beatles appeared at The Cavern Club, Liverpool, for the very first time (as The Beatles), they would go on to make a total of 292 other appearances at the Club. They were paid £5 for this luchtime appearance and George Harrison...

Holiday Hours

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Alice Cooper gets Star on Hollywood Walk of Fame

December 2, 2003 This Day in Rock History Perhaps the original Shock rocker, “School’s Out” singer and, Sturgis Rally guest, Alice Cooper receives a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. It sits between Gene Autry and Hugh...

“I Can See for Miles” released by The Who

October 14 - This Day in Rock n Roll History 1967 – The Who release their single “I Can See for Miles” in Britain and the U.S. Pete Townshend is so sure he has a No. 1 on his hands that he’s described as crushed when the single reaches only No. 12 in the U.K. Original...

“Happy Birthday to You”

Thanks to sisters Patty and Mildred Hill who back in 1893 wrote the song "Happy Birthday to You", it is the most recognized song in the English language and has been translated into at least 18 other languages. Patty was a school teacher and Mildred played the piano....

The Zany History of Mini Golf

Whether you call it "mini golf," "putt putt," or "a cheap date," the miniaturized sport has been popular since the 19th century. The oldest mini golf course in existence can actually be found in Scotland: The Ladies' Putting Club of St. Andrews was formed in 1867...