I had such a good time listening to Sirius XM Symphony Hall this Memorial Weekend as they counted down the top 76 Greatest Classical Works.
2018 is just around the corner. Only eighteen days away, in fact. While I don’t have traditions attached to seeing the old year out and
April 16, 1178 BCE: A solar eclipse ‘may’ have marked Odysseus’ return to his kingdom of Ithaca after his lengthy travels at end of Trojan
April 9, 1872: Samuel R. Percy was issued a patent for dried milk. April 10, 1912: RMS Titanic set sail for its first & last
April 2,1792: United States began minting the $10 Eagle, $5 half-Eagle, and $2.50 quarter Eagle in gold coins along with minting silver dollars, quarters, dimes,
March 26, 1827: Ludwig van Beethoven died this day in Vienna. March 27, 1860: M.L. Byrn of New York City received a patent for the