March 10

March 10 in Pop Culture History

March 10th is…
Bagpipe Day
Blueberry Popover Day
Festival of Life in The Cracks Day
Histotechnology Professionals Day
International Day of Awesomeness
Landline Telephone Day
Mario Day
Take your lunch to work
Ranch Dressing Day
Salvation Army Day
Day of HIV/AIDS Awareness for Women and Girls
1804 – In St. Louis, Missouri, a formal ceremony was conducted to transfer ownership of the Louisiana Territory from France to the United States via the Louisiana Purchase.

1876 – Alexander Graham Bell spoke about his just-completed invention, the telephone. “Mr. Watson, come here. I want to see you.&#8221It was successful.

1906 – An underground fire sparked a massive explosion that virtually destroyed a vast maze of mines in Courrieres in France that has killed more than 1,000 people.

1926 – Lolly Willowes or The Loving HuntsmanViking Press published the Book-of-the-Month Club’s first selection in a book called.

1951 – # 1 Hit March 10, 1951 – April 20, 1951: Mario Lanza – Please be my Love

1955 – A US Patent (#2,704,172) was issued to Aaron S. Lapin for his invention of “Dispensing Valves for Gas Pressure Containers”. It may seem monotonous until you realize it was his Reddi Wip cream topping.

1962 – #1 Hit March 10, 1962 – March 30, 1962: Bruce Channel – Hey! Hey!

1978 – The Incredible Hulk Original broadcast on CBS.

1979 – #1 Hit March 10, 1979 – March 23, 1979: Gloria Gaynor – It Will Survive

1980 – Jean Harris shot and killed Scarsdale diet doctor Herman Tarnower.

1983 – MTV broadcasted the video of Michael Jackson’s song “Billie Jean&#8221It is the first time.

1989 – Police Academy 6 – City Under SiegeThe Adventures of Baron Munchausen  Chocolat They were published in theaters.

1995 – Muriel’s Wedding  Outbreak They were published in theaters.

1997 – Buffy: The Vampire Slayer The WB premiered the film, which was based on the 1992 movie.

2007 – #1 Hit March 10, 2007 – March 23, 2007: MIMS – This Is Why I’m Hot