th is officially celebrated as Guacamole Day & Play Doh Day.
This day marks the 259
th day of 2021, and there’s only 106 days left of the year.
Those of you who were born on September 16 share the Virgo zodiac sign.
Looking for knowledge on or about September 16? Let us quench that thirst with these intriguing historical events that all happened on this day.
Did you know that on this day in 1983, Arnold Schwarzenegger gained US citizenship at 36 years old? He had been dreaming of moving to America from his farm in Austria since he was only 10.
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th in history! What Happened On September 16 In History? According to The New York Times it costs around $13 million for every prisoner in Guantanamo Bay, making it the costliest prison in the world.
Personal information of Ecuador’s entire population (16.6 million) was available online on a unsecured cloud server in Miami.
Nature magazine announced that more than 3 million people die each year due to air pollution.
This number is more than HIV/Aids and malaria combined. Worryingly, this figure is expected to double by 2050.
Barbra Streisand’s album “Partners” was released featuring duets with many hugely famous male artists.
American drama movie “Drive” was released in the United States.
Steve Jobs was named interim CEO of Apple Computers.
Arnold Schwarzenegger gained US citizenship.
The Metropolitan Opera House opened to a full house in New York City.
The first ever performance was Samuel; Barber's "Antony and Cleopatra."
Wall Street bombing took place in Manhattan, New York City.
The explosion happened at 12:01pm and instantly killed 30 people with 8 dying later and 143 seriously injured.
The village of Shawmut in Massachusetts adopted the name Boston.