Tag Archive: Chicago

Jul 18 2008

Red Shirt Fridays

Our idea of showing solidarity and support for our troops with dignity and respect starts this Friday — and continues each and every Friday until the troops all come home, sending a deafening message that ..

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Mar 17 2007

Today In History: Saint Patrick Dies

The longest-running Saint Patrick’s Day celebrations in the U.S. are: * Boston, Massachusetts, since 1737 * New York City, since 1756 * Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, since 1771 * Morristown, New Jersey, since 1780 * Buffalo, New York, since 1811 * Savannah, Georgia, since 1813 * Carbondale, Pennsylvania, since 1833 * Chicago, Illinois, since 1843 * New Haven, Connecticut, since 1845 * San Francisco, California, since 1852 * Scranton, Pennsylvania, since 1862 * Cleveland, Ohio, since 1867 * Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, since 1869 * Kansas City, Missouri, since 1873 * Butte, Montana, since 1882 On a side note, Irish Boston based band “Drop Kick Murphys” will be the headlining act for the Plymouth State University Spring Fling celebration on May 5, 2007 history, Patrick, saint, saint Patrick, saint Patrick’s day, today, saint Patrick’s day

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Feb 14 2007

This Day In History: St. Valentine’s Day Massacre

The massacre was a result of a plan devised by Capone’s gang member Jack ‘Machine Gun’ McGurn to eliminate Moran, Capone’s chief criminal enemy. Territorial tensions between “Bugs” Moran and Al Capone about who would own the Chicago bootlegging business and make the most money from it also led Capone to accept Jack’s plan for the killings.

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Jan 24 2007

This Day In History: Robert Baden-Powell begins Boy Scouts

On January 24, 1908, the Boy Scouts movement begins in England with the publication of the first installment of Robert Baden-Powell’s Scouting for Boys. 1908, Baden-Powell, Boy Scouts, Eagle Scout, history, Robert baden-Powell, scouting

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Dec 17 2006

“Hack This Site” Founder Convicted

Jeremy Hammond, founder of “Hack This Site” was convicted in September for hacking into the ProtestWarrior.com’s database with a reverse PHP shell, and getting a list of credit card numbers that totalled into the thousands.

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