February 19

February 19 in Pop Culture History

February 19th is…

Arabian Horse DayArabian Horse, also called Arab, is well-known for its unique head shape, intelligence and loyalty. This breed was believed to be the result of cross breeding between two horses. in Arabia was imported into Europe over 4500 years ago from Arabia in The Middle Ages.

Boston Terrier DayThe Boston Terrier, an American breed that is believed to be descended from White English Terriers and English Bulldogs, was officially recognized by the American Kennel Club. American Kennel Club recognized the breed. in 1893. Boston Terriers remain a favorite breed today and are well known for their unique personality. “tuxedo&#8221• Markings, friendliness, adaptability. These are sometimes called the “American Gentlemen&#8221They are polite and well-mannered.

Chocolate Mint DayAlthough the origins of chocolate mint flavors are not known, it is believed that chocolate mint has been enjoyed over centuries. It is believed that chocolate mint was first developed in the form of chocolate mint. peppermint pattyThe name was ultimately created by in The late 19th century. Incorporated into many confectioneries including chocolates and ice creams since then is the chocolate mint flavour.

Iwo Jima Day It is being held in Honor of the Battle of Iwo Jima which occurred in February March The year 1945 in World War II. It was fought on Iwo Jima island, which is approximately 660 miles (1 062 km) from Tokyo, Japan. It was an important moment in history. in the Pacific War and is remembered as one of the conflict’s deadliest and most intense battles. The battle ended in defeat for the American forces, who eventually captured the island. in Heavy casualties. This iconic photo of American soldiers raising American flags on Mount Suribachi in victory is probably the most famous image from this battle. in Pacific Theater

Lashes DayThis is a day for eyelashes to be celebrated and encouraged to look after them.

Ride the Wind DayDay to promote adventure, freedom and new experiences.

Tug-of-War DayThe day is to commemorate the sport of tug of war and its history, and to encourage everyone to take part in tug-of–war to reap the mental and physical benefits.

The RISE Vet Girls Initiation was created in 2020 to honor, empower and serve women who have served in The military. The goal of the group is to motivate other veterans, by organizing educational events, mentor programs and awarding scholarships for higher learning.

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1848 – Donner Party Found. From the original 89 Donner Party members, 45 made it to California. Their survival skills were poor and no provisions had allowed them to escape since the late ’90s. October About 13 miles northeast of Lake Tahoe at the 1847.

1864 – The Knights of Pythias was established in Washington, DC.

1884 – More than sixty tornadoes struck the Southern United States in One of the worst tornado outbreaks in U.S. history.

1878 – The patent (#200,521) for Thomas Edison’s phonograph was granted.

1881 – Kansas became the first state to prohibit all alcoholic beverages.

1942 – U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed Executive Order 9066, authorizing the removal of any or all people from military areas “as deemed necessary or desirable.” The Japanese Internment camps held approximately 100,000 Japanese Americans. January 2, 1945. Ronald Reagan signed in 1988 a bill that would have allowed every intern to be paid back with $20,000 of tax-free money and an apology by the U.S. government.

1963 – The Feminine Mystique Published by Betty Friedan

1966 – # 1 Hit February 19, 1966 – February 25, 1966: Lou Christie – Lightnin’ Strikes

1967 – # 1 Hit February 18, 1967 – March 3, 1967: Buckinghams – A bit of a drag

1972 – # 1 Hit February 19, 1972 – March 17, 1972: Nilsson – Without you

1977 – # 1 Hit February 19, 1977 – February 25, 1977: Manfred Mann’s Earth Band – Blinded by Light

1980 – AC/DC vocalist Bon Scott died from alcohol poisoning

1982 – Rock legend Ozzy Osbourne was arrested for urinating on the Alamo.

1983 – # 1 Hit February 19, 1983 – March 4, 1983: James Ingram and Patti Austin – Please, Baby!

1985 – Coca-Cola introduced Cherry Coke.

1985 – William J. Schroeder became the first artificial heart patient to leave the hospital alive.

1985 – The Eastenders premiered in The UK.

1987 – A controversial, anti-smoking public service announcement aired for the first time on television, featuring Yul Brynner shortly before he died of lung cancer.

1986 – The US Senate approved a treaty that outlawed genocide.

1992 – You are crazy (Broadway Musical) February 19The following is a closed copy of the 1992 edition. January 7, 1996

1994 – Martin Lawrence made a sexually explicit joke during his opening monologue during his appearance on Saturday Night Live. It was about feminine hygiene and female genitalia. The joke was about female genitalia and feminine hygiene. He was expelled from the NBC network after a year. The episode is rebroadcast and the joke replaced by an off-screen title card. Rumours have it that this joke almost cost SNL all their jobs.

2000 – # 1 Hit February 19, 2000 – March 3, 2000: Mariah Carey with Joe and 98 Degs – Thank God I Found You

2006 – The Rolling Stones performed in The largest open air show is in front of the public in Copacabana Beach in Brazil,1.3 Million people attended

2010 – Golfer Tiger Woods admitted to having several affairs, which were brought to light after an incident in Windermere is a suburb of Orlando, Florida. It’s around 2:30 AM. November 27, 2009. According to reports, his car was damaged in the crash, however, several eyewitnesses said that it appeared like someone had attacked it with a golf ball. He was actually married to his girlfriend


, Elin Nordegren, was reportedly informed about his infidelities shortly before the ‘crash.’