October 18 in Pop Culture History

October 18 in Pop Culture History 1386 – The University of Heidelberg opened. 1851 – Herman Melville’s Moby-Dick was first published as ‘The Whale.’ 1867 – “Seward’s Folly” United States took possession of Alaska after purchasing it from Russia for $7.2 million. 1898 – The United States took possession of Puerto Rico from Spain. 1922 […]

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October 18 in Pop Culture History

October 18 in Pop Culture History 1386 – The University of Heidelberg opened. 1851 – Herman Melville’s Moby-Dick was first published as ‘The Whale.’ 1867 – “Seward’s Folly” United States took possession of Alaska after purchasing it from Russia for $7.2 million. 1898 – The United States took possession of Puerto Rico from Spain. 1922 […]

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Strange, but True: The Story of Edgar Allan Poe

Not only are his works of literature the stuff of legends these days, but Edgar Allan Poe himself has become a legend in his own right. He may not be the drunkard and drug-addict that an enemy claimed he was in a largely false biography, but there is certainly enough mystery to make it most… Read More

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Delaware State Police Arrest Three Delaware Women Following Robbery and Pursuit- Wilmington

Wilmington- Delaware State Police arrested 22-year-old Andrea Jackson-Deloatch of Wilmington, 20-year-old Destine Williams of New Castle, and 22- year-old Raniyah T. Knight of Wilmington, following a robbery and pursuit. On October 16, 2020, at approximately 6:35 p.m., […]

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It’s National Mulligan Day! Who Doesn’t Need A “Do-Over” From Time To Time?

  (PCM) Each year, Mulligan Day is celebrated on October 17 and for those that may not be familiar with the term “mulligan”, it is a word that is used in the sport of golf to describe a player getting a second chance to perform a move or action. In fact, we are willing to […]

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It’s National Mulligan Day! Who Doesn’t Need A “Do-Over” From Time To Time?

  (PCM) Each year, Mulligan Day is celebrated on October 17 and for those that may not be familiar with the term “mulligan”, it is a word that is used in the sport of golf to describe a player getting a second chance to perform a move or action. In fact, we are willing to […]

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