March 3 in Pop Culture History
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Irish Whiskey Day It is the perfect opportunity to share Irish whiskey with friends and family and find out more about its cultural and historical significance. There are many bars that offer Irish whiskey cocktails at special prices. Events also take place to celebrate the legacy of Irish whiskey.
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National Irish Whiskey Day It is annually celebrated March 3rd. This date coincides with John Jameson’s birthday, the historical founder of the Jameson Irish Whiskey Distillery. in Dublin in 1780.
John Jameson, a Scottish businessman, moved to Ireland in order to run a distillery. in The late 18th century. He bought the distillery, and started producing whiskey himself. This brand became well-known for its quality and delicious taste.
Over time, Jameson’s whiskey became a symbol of Irish culture and heritage, and the company became a major player in The whiskey industry. Today, Irish whiskey is recognized as one of the world’s most popular types of whiskey.
|1873 – US Congress passed the ‘Comstock Law,’ making it illegal to send any “obscene, lewd, or lascivious”You can also order books by post
1885 – American Telephone and Telegraph Company was incorporated as a wholly-owned subsidiary of American Bell.
1901 – An act of the US Congress created the office of Standards, Weights, and Measures.
1915 – The birth of a nation Made its East Coast debut in NYC.
1915 – NACA (National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics), the predecessor of NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration), was founded.
1919 – The US’s first international airmail service started between Seattle, Washington and Victoria, B.C.
1923 – TIME First issue of the magazine was published.
1931 – President Herbert Hoover made Francis Scott Key’s “The Star-Spangled Banner”The official National Anthem of the United States.
1938 – Oil was discovered in Saudi Arabia.
1951 – Take a look at Mr. Wizard Debuted at NBC.
1951 – Jackie Brenston recorded ‘Rocket 88′ at Sam Phillips’ recording studios in Memphis, Tennessee.
1952 – In a 6-3 In a decision by the US Supreme Court, a New York state law which prohibited communists in teaching was upheld in Public schools
1985 – Moonlighting Premiered by ABC.
1990 – #1 Hit March 3, 1990 – March 23, 1990: Janet Jackson – Escapade
1991 – Police officers severely beat Rodney King in Los Angeles, CA. The footage was captured by observers, and broadcast to television. in U.S. This incident sparked massive protests from African-Americans in Los Angeles is the capital city.
1997 – Daria premiered on MTV
2005 – After 67 hours, the first solo non-stop and fastest flight around the world without refueling ended when Steve Fossett landed at the Salina Municipal Airport, which he had left on February 28, 2005.
2007 – #1 Hit March 3, 2007 – March 9, 2007: Justin Timberlake – What Goes Around… Comes Around
2012 – #1 Hit March 3, 2012 – March 16, 2012: Katy Perry – A Part of Me