March 04

March 4 in Pop Culture History

March 4th is…
Benjamin Harrison Day
Courageous follower day
Day of the Waltz
Game Master Appreciation Day
National Grammar Day
Holy Experiment Day
National Hug a G.I. Day
March Forth
Day of the Marching Band
World Obesity Day
National Pound Cake Day
International Scrapbooking Industry Day
Snack Day
Sons Day
Toy Soldier Day

1519 – Hernán Cortés arrived in Mexico in The Aztec civilization is still being searched for and its riches.

1789 – The federal government under the US Constitution began, replacing the Articles of Confederation.

1826 – The first chartered railroad in As the Granite Railway, the US was chartered. in Quincy, Massachusetts.

1837 – The city of Chicago was incorporated.

1853 – Franklin Pierce was the first U.S. President to recite his inauguration address entirely from memory. This speech was 3,329 lines long.

1930 – The Coolidge Dam on Gila River in President Calvin Coolidge dedicated Arizona.

1944 – Louis “Lepke&#8221Buchalter, head of Murder, Inc., died in an electric chair at Sing Sing Prison. in New York.

1966 – John Lennon was quoted as saying “Christianity will go, it will vanish and shrink… We’re more popular than Jesus now,” in Reference to Religion fading in The western world.

1967 – #1 Hit March 4, 1967 – March 10, 1967: Rolling Stones – Ruby Tuesday

1975 – The first People’s Choice Awards It was shown by CBS.

1975 – People First publication of the magazine in The United States of America as People Weekly.

1978 – #1 Hit March 4, 1978 – March 17, 1978: Andy Gibb – Water is not as thin as love, but it’s still better than love.

1982 – Help us to protect our community! It aired for six episodes and was broadcast on ABC. The concept was later incorporated into several other shows that were very popular. “Naked Gun&#8221• Features Films

1985 – Robotech premiered, in syndication.

1989 – #1 Hit March 4, 1989 – March 24, 1989: Debbie Gibson – Lost In Your Eyes

1999 – Annie Get Your Gun (Broadway Musical). Opened March 4, 1999, and Closed  on September 1, 2001 (revival)

2000 – #1 Hit March 4, 2000 – March 17, 2000: Lonestar – You will be amazed

2005 – The Pacifier debuted in theaters.