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Auld Lang Syne

Posted by Judy on Dec 31st 2021

An old Scottish song first transcribed and published by poet Robert Burns in 1796, "Auld Lang Syne" literally translates as
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And to All A Good Night

Posted by Judy on Dec 23rd 2021

Clement Clark Moore was a professor of Oriental and Greek literature at Columbia College, now Columbia University, when he
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Halcyon Days

Posted by Judy on Dec 13th 2021

The Halcyon Days are the 14 days around the winter solstice. According to Greek mythology, the halcyon, or European kingfish
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Reindeer

Posted by Judy on Dec 12th 2021

When what to my wondering eyes should appear, but...A miniature sleigh, and eight tiny . . . caribou'Twas the night before Ch
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Goodbye BUtterfield 8

Posted by Judy on Nov 10th 2021

On November 10, 1951, the first long distance call was made without an operator's assistance. Mayor M. Leslie Downing of En
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Freedom of the Press Gets Its Start

Posted by Judy on Nov 5th 2021

On November 5, 1733, John Peter Zenger published the first issue of the New York Weekly Journal newspaper. It sparked a land
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