rd is officially Snow Leopard Day and iPod Day.
We’re now on the 296
th day of the year, and have 69 days left.
Those of you who were born on this day share the Scorpio zodiac sign.
Hold on tight as you’re about to unearth the some interesting facts and events from October 23
rd in history.
Did you know that on this day in 1998, Britney Spears released her first single, “…Baby One More Time”? The track was released when she was only sixteen years old.
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rd in history! What Happened On October 23 In History? The biographic drama movie “Bohemian Rhapsody”, about Freddie Mercury, premiered at Wembley Arena in London, UK.
A 2,400-year-old shipwreck found in the Black Sea became the world’s oldest intact shipwreck ever discovered.
The world’s longest over sea bridge opened in China.
The 34.2-mile bridge links the cities of Hong Kong and Macau to mainland China. The bridge reduced what was a four-hour journey, to just 45 minutes.
English singer-songwriter Adele achieved the record of first song to get over 1 million downloads in a week with her third studio album “Hello.”
The James Bond spy movie “Skyfall”, starring Daniel Craig, premiered at the Royal Albert Hall, London, UK.
Apple’s iPod hit store shelves.
The first-generation iPod enabled customers to store up to 1,000 songs on their small music MP3 player.
Britney Spears very first single “Baby One More Time” was released.
Elton John became the 1,662nd person to receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
The Smurfs were published for the first time in Spirou magazine in Belgium.
Walt Disney’s animated Dumbo was released in New York City, New York, US.
The bank robber John Dillinger and his gang robbed $75,000 USD from the Central National Bank in Greencastle, Indiana.
More than 25,000 people marched down New York’s 5th Avenue in support of women’s suffrage.
Led by Dr. Anna Shaw and Carrie Chapman Catt, founder of the League of Women Voters, it would be another 5 years before their success was found.