April is the fourth month of the Gregorian calendar. Like all other months, April has lots of fun interesting facts, let's look at its origins, interesting observances, and some of significant points in history which all occurred in April.
March is known for two major holidays – one to find candy, and the other to drink lots of beer! Certainly you can guess which events those are, but there’s a lot of other happenings going on in March. That, along with a rich history of course!
This bizarre holiday has interesting beginnings, and an even more interesting reason behind it! It may have started out as a stunt from a company, but it evolved into something much more. Find out the history of "Shower with a Friend Day!"
Even though it’s just another month, there’s a lot of history behind this month of romance and love! Read on to find out some historical events which occurred in February, as well as how to came to be the shortest month of the year.
For the majority of people, January symbolizes new beginnings and a fresh start. For others, it’s just another ordinary month! Here we have info on the historical origins of the month. Check out the 21 facts about January.
It’s Christmas time, and with that comes the usual traditions we see all the time, as well as many unusual traditions. Today we’re looking at ten facts and traditions that make the Scandinavian country of Norway uniquely special during Christmas time!
What’s Christmas without a Christmas tree? Some prefer to buy a reusable fake tree, while others like the smell and authenticity of a real tree. Then there’s some who literally spend millions. But what is the most expensive Christmas tree?
It's Christmas time! And to start the festive celebrations this year, we've made a quick video to give you our 5 favorite Christmas facts. If you have a minute spare, then get yourself in that Christmas mood & check out our Christmas facts video!
Thanksgiving is the best food holiday of the year - by far! From lesser known Thanksgiving origins, to Presidents who didn’t support it, and how much turkey we eat, here we bring you the full story & facts!
In the West, Friday the 13th is a notorious day where people will usher words of bad omens and ill luck to each other. A tradition that is deep rooted within our society; even the most happy-go-lucky person will keep an eye out for bad signs on Friday the 13th. But why?
Since 1985 the UK celebrate something called Red Nose Day once every 2 years. If you’re from the UK, you’ve almost definitely heard of it. If you’re from America, or somewhere else in the world, you should read about it! Here are 30 facts about Red Nose Day so you know why it exists!
When the “Holidays Are Coming” Coca-Cola advertisement hits your TV screen, it’s not uncommon to hear somebody say “hey did you know Coke made Santa red and that he was green before?” However, this fact is completely mythical. But why do people believe it?