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Warm blooded or cold? Dinosaurs were somewhere in between

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By Will Dunham WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The hot question of whether dinosaurs were warm-blooded like birds and mammals or cold blooded like reptiles, fish and amphibians finally has a good answer. Dinosaurs, for eons Earth's dominant land animals until being wiped out by an asteroid 65 million years ago, were in fact somewhere in between. The study, published in the journal Science, assessed 21 species of dinosaurs including super predators Tyrannosaurus and Allosaurus, long-necked Apatosaurus, duckbilled Tenontosaurus and bird-like Troodon as well as a range of mammals, birds, bony fish, sharks, lizards, snakes and crocodiles. They did not act like mammals or birds nor did they act like reptiles or fish," said University of Arizona evolutionary biologist and ecologist Brian Enquist.

Via Kenneth Weene
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If you missed it on Awakenings journey across America, we have encountered that Maryland has a state dinosaur! Check out Maryland: Crossroads @ http://awakenings2012.blogspot.com/2014/04/428-maryland-crossroads.html History...how fascinating!

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Kenneth Weene's curator insight, June 13, 2014 10:45 AM

I wonder if their temperature fluctuated as food supplies changed or perhaps with the weather. Fascinating stuff this.

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Awakenings: Say it for America

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"All the great things are simple, and many can be expressed in a single word:

freedom, justice, honor, duty, mercy, hope."

—Winston Churchill (1874–1965)

 
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Marilyn Armstrong's curator insight, January 15, 2013 8:49 AM

 

Poetry, quotation ... America as she could be and ought to be.

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Awakenings: Cheese Sacrifice?

Awakenings: Cheese Sacrifice? | Awakenings: America & Beyond | Scoop.it
Whoever is responsible for establishing various days of celebration certainly have a certain wit about 'them'. Today is a prime example. When you think about 'sacrificing' cheese, what comes first to your mind? Buying the best of the best and giving it away as a gift? That would indeed be a sacrifice. Of course, not without trying it first! Then, there are always the scrumptious recipes that call for a generous portion of cheese. Don't you 'sacrifice' the really good cheeses for super delicious dishes? Well, there is an altogether different possibility which is not so appetizing and a bit quirky to say the least.

July 29 is...

Cheese Sacrifice Purchase Day
Sharla Shults's insight:
An all-American favorite 'mouse' is Mickey Mouse but you do not have to set a trap to catch Mickey. You can catch Mickey Mouse on the TV, Internet, DVD and in the movies. This is the one mouse you would actually invite into your kitchen!
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Awakenings: ♫Yesteryear...Songs & Such♫

Awakenings: ♫Yesteryear...Songs & Such♫ | Awakenings: America & Beyond | Scoop.it
Music brings with it Moments, Memories, Pain & Happiness with Stories Behind the Music often being just as enjoyable as the tunes themselves. There are 'Copycats' & Fun Facts that keep everything interesting creating the desire for more, more, more. Such is the case on this day in music history with familiar songs of yesteryear and a bit trivia that just may not be in your memory bank.

Today in Music History: July 28
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Step back to music and trivia from 50s, 60s, 70s, 90s and the year 2000. Enjoy the memories!
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Awakenings: ♫50s Car Radio Trivia♫

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If you love to listen to the radio (or CD player) in your car, you will love this day's tidbits of history. In fact, this will take you back to the days of good ol' rock & roll way before the invention of the CD player, so just think radio.  (Image: 1958 Rambler Ambassador Custom)
 
Today in Music History: July 27

1958 Fans of rock & roll music were warned that tuning into music on the car radio could cost you more money. Researchers from the Esso gas company said the rhythm of rock & roll could cause the driver to be foot heavy on the pedal, making him or her waste fuel.

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If the car radio was dubbed an issue, it is no wonder the car record-player was short lived, even if for a different reason. Check it out...
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Awakenings: ♫One of These Nights♫

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"The group in today's spotlight formed as an American rock bank in Los Angeles, California in 1971. With five number-one singles, six Grammy Awards, five American Music Awards, and six number one albums, they were one of the most successful musical acts of the 70s.

Welcome into the Spotlight...The Eagles"

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The Eagles started a five-week run at No.1 on the US album chart with 'One Of These Nights'. Written by Glenn Frey and Don Henley, this song was inspired by the Soul music Frey was listening to when he started writing it on the piano. Artists like B.B. King ("King of the Blues") and Al Green (known for the hit song "Let's Stay Together") were a big influence on many songs on the album.
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"Do you like coffee, chocolate ice cream, salted caramel sauce and whipped cream? What about coffee ice cream, strong brewed coffee, Kahlúa mixed together topped with whipped cream and chocolate shavings? Um-m-m-m...is a combination of coffee, vanilla ice cream, a banana and whipped cream more to your liking? Perhaps mint chocolate chip ice cream, chocolate syrup, cold strong coffee, Andes mints and whipped cream tempt your palate? Oh, my! Looks like celebration is definitely in order!

July 26 is...National Coffee Milkshake Day"

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Any of the combinations mentioned above fit the category of 'bliss in a glass'! Summer isn't over yet with plenty of hot days remaining where anything that cools you down a bit is surely welcomed.
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Awakenings: ♫Electrifying Dylan!♫

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Bob Dylan plays a Fender Stratocaster at the 1965 Newport Festival


"Today in Music History: July 25, 1965

On this day in 1965, singer-songwriter Bob Dylan rocks the world of folk music when he performs at the Newport Folk Festival in Rhode Island and abandons his acoustic guitar for an electric one. By going electric, Dylan eventually moved rock and folk music closer together. He also infused rock and roll, known then for its mostly lightweight lyrics, with a more intellectual, poetic sensibility. [Source: History.com]"

Sharla Shults's insight:
In many ways, listeners find music electrifying. This impact on music jolts the senses rhythmically, vocally, instrumentally. Musical identities forge their way across the country. New styles and varying influences thus create some incredibly exciting sounds in the moment as music's mojo takes on each listener individually.
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Awakenings: ♫Eye of the Tiger♫

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Filmmakers often depend upon certain passages of music to "produce specific emotional reactions in their audiences." The one in today's spotlight was a smash hit, not only from the perspective of the film but also from reviews of music lovers whether they viewed the film or not. Totally unforgettable!
 
Today in Music History: July 24, 1982
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The band Survivor is best known for a six week run at No.1 on the US singles chart with 'Eye Of The Tiger'. This hit was written by band members Frankie Sullivan and Jim Peterik for the 1982 movie Rocky III. It was written at the request of actor Sylvester Stallone, who was unable to get permission for Queen's 'Another One Bites the Dust'.
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Awakenings: ♫Musical Acts & Trivia Facts♫

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On any given day, music surprises us with new melodies, upcoming recording artists, nostalgic musical acts and interesting trivia facts. It gives us the chance to revive memories long passed but not forgotten. It stills the mind, warms the heart, soothes the soul. Today's visit begins in the 50s moving into the second decade of the 21st century. Some songs and instrumentals are still going strong today while others have faded into the sunset but the music lives on and on and on...

Today in Music History: July 23
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Begin in 1955 with Slim Whitman's Rose Marie moving on to the Beatles, Sinatra & The Rolling Stones in the 60s. Barry Manilow hits #1 in the 70s followed by Paul Young in the 80s. Today's list ends with Richard Marx No.1 hit 'Hold On To The Nights'. Tidbits of trivia include Queen's 1985 Live Aid performance and  Beyoncé soldiering through a concert in Montreal, Canada after her hair got tangled in the blades of a fan.
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Awakenings: ♫Guns N' Roses♫

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"Guns N' Roses - Mainstream hard rock wasn't the same after members of Guns N' Roses sank their teeth into it.  

Axl Rose and Izzy Stradlin originally formed the band out of the ashes of two other groups—L.A. Guns and Hollywood Rose. Guns N' Roses played in a style that owed much more to the pure hard rock Stuck in the 70s than to the showy heavy metal of the 80s Music Mania. 

Guns N' Roses made its big popular breakthrough on July 23, 1988


Today in Music History: July 23, 1988

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Sometimes songwriters and musicians spend hours upon hours, days upon days, weeks upon weeks, etc. to get the words and music just right. Then, there are times when it only takes a matter of minutes.
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Awakenings: Penguin Craze

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Today's History Lesson...movies

History delegates we step back in time...often way back in time...decades upon decades, centuries upon centuries in the past. That does not have to always be the case. Today we are going to remain in the 21st century with a look back to a movie produced 11 years ago. Not a thriller, a horror flick nor one of romantic nature (among humans anyway). It does depict a lot of action, adventure, drama, at times rather comical and you might even encounter a bit of dance. Its specific category is not even listed among Main Film Genres until you dig deeper into Genre Sub-Sections (Other Major Categories).

This Day in History: July 22, 2005
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There are movies that make us roll with laughter until our sides hurt, cry what seems like buckets of tears leaving both eyes looking like Georgia road maps, wish we had never bought the movie tickets because they were a waste of money, or wait in anticipation until released on DVD in order to relive the emotion over and over and over again. Which one is this?
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Awakenings: Junk Food Junkie

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"Do you have an insatiable sweet tooth...the sweeter the better? Do you absolutely crave the salty along with the sweet? Do you love, love, love popcorn...perhaps the saltier the better never forgetting the butter, REAL butter? Do you load up on the salty fries or chips along with that greasy burger? Does a slice of pizza never seem to be enough with more, more, more sometimes equaling the whole 'thang'? In other words, are you a junk food junkie? Well, if you answered yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, then this day's celebration is definitely going to be the day for you!


July 21 is... National Junk Food Day"

Sharla Shults's insight:
The term “junk food” was initially used in the 60s but was popularized during the following decade when the song “Junk Food Junkie” reached the top of the charts in 1976.
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Awakenings: A Walk on the Moon...Fact or Fiction?

Awakenings: A Walk on the Moon...Fact or Fiction? | Awakenings: America & Beyond | Scoop.it

47 years ago, Apollo11 blasted off into history. On July 16, 1969, Apollo 11 was launched from Cape Kennedy Space Center atop a huge Saturn V rocket. On July 20, 1969, the Lunar Module, nicknamed the "Eagle", touched down on the surface of the moon at Tranquility Base. Upon landing, Apollo 11 Commander Neil Armstrong reported "The Eagle Has Landed." A few hours later, Neil Armstrong, stepped off of the Eagle's ladder, placed one foot upon the moon's surface and proclaimed: "That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind."


July 20 is... Moon Day [It's not about flashing your hiney!]

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It's pretty cool to uncover a quick fact on the day when that subject is being celebrated. Not only does today mark a monumental day in history but it has achieved its own day of celebration. 
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Awakenings: Royal Wedding, Whoops! & Trivia

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"An estimated 750 million television viewers in 74 countries tune in on July 29, 1981 to witness the now-legendary royal wedding of Prince Charles, heir to the British throne, to Lady Diana Spencer, a youngl English schoolteacher. An additional 600,000 lined the streets of London hoping to catch even a mere glimpse of the wedding couple. This was the spectacular extravaganza of the decade setting the bar for royal weddings to come with Princess Diana wearing a silk taffeta and lace gown by David and Elizabeth Emanuel for her walk down the aisle — attached to it, the now-infamous 25-foot-long train.

This Day in History: July 29, 1981"

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What endearing mistake did Lady Diana make during her wedding ceremony with Prince Charles? Lady Diana mixed up the order of Prince Charles' many names — Charles Philip Arthur George — when reciting her vows. She called him Philip Charles Arthur George. Also of note, she did not say she'd "obey," her future husband. Did the Royal Prince royally goof?
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Today's History Lesson...WWI

War is an ugly beast. It shows no mercy regardless of age, race, creed, religion, gender or any other factor for that matter. The aftermath of war is tumultuous destruction leaving massive graves of blood and bone in its wake where strength and courage were put to the ultimate test. While on this day began what was hoped to be "the war to end all wars," unfortunately the war to accomplish such a task would be the one marking the end the world.

This Day in History: July 28, 1914
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Today marks 102 years since the fuse of The Great War, World War I (WWI), the first world war was lit. It carried with it hopes of being "the war to end all wars," but the concluding peace treaty actually set the stage for World War II.
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Awakenings: Not just any chocolate...but MILK chocolate!

Awakenings: Not just any chocolate...but MILK chocolate! | Awakenings: America & Beyond | Scoop.it
How could you live without chocolate? Fortunately, if you are a chocolate lover, you don't have to. It fills your heart with gladness, excites the mind, soothes the soul. The sensation of chocolate goodness slowly melting in your mouth is...Oh, my! STOP! Where is the chocolate? Got to have some now! While chocolate variations make choices often difficult, the end result is always the same...delectable mouth-watering scrumptiousness! Get ready to enjoy a whole day of indulgence for celebration is close at hand.

July 28 is...

Milk Chocolate Day 
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Milk Chocolate Day celebrates everything that’s good about classic milk chocolate – one of the most common forms of chocolate...liquid and solid! This day of celebration is not to be confused with Anything goes...that is, with chocolate! Candy bars, truffles, cakes, pies, mousse, cookies, sauces, snacks, even drinks are delectable when infused with smooth, velvety milk chocolate! Ever tried chocolate milk in your coffee?
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Awakenings: Burnt Cream...a drool worthy dessert!

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"July 27 is...
National Crème Brûlée Day

The world of French desserts can be summed up in two words...pure pleasure! From taste to presentation, sheer artistry is at work. A perfect resultant is the sound of the spoon cracking the caramelized shell covering an expertly crafted Crème Brûlée. The Crème Brûlée typically has a custard base flavored with vanilla. However, it is sometimes flavored with lemon or orange (zest), rosemary, chocolate, coffee, liqueurs, green tea, pistachio, coconut, or other fruit. A matter of personal taste!"  

Sharla Shults's insight:
Burnt cream? Why would anyone 'drool' over burnt cream? Doesn't sound very appealing, does it? What if I changed the title to Crème Brûlée? Sound more appetizing? OR Does a quizzical expression cross your face begging an answer to the question what is Crème Brûlée?
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Awakenings: Write it, Stamp it, Mail it!

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Today's History Lesson...postal service

Awakenings provides historical insight to embrace the past, empower the present and enrich the future. As you turn back the hands of time, opportunities are afforded to make new discoveries and reflect upon old ones. With ever-changing, mind-boggling expansions, it is always interesting to examine humble beginnings.

This Day in History: July 26, 1775
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With the influx of electronic forms of communication, the postal service is in jeopardy. We live in a fast-paced, ever-changing society. Will the postal service survive? Only time will tell. How can you help? Write a letter today, then, just stamp it and mail it! Of course, don't stop with just this one day!
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Awakenings: $1 to view a whiskey-soaked severed head...

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"Today in the Old West: July 25, 1853

Petty larcenist, horse and cattle thief, bank robber, rapist, murderer, brother of Zorro or Robin Hood of El Dorado? Such is the mystery surrounding frontier bandit Joaquin Murrieta...in life and death. The truth surrounding history is often elusive with facts becoming distorted dependent upon their source.

Joaquin Murrieta legends are shrouded in mystery where he has become one of America’s most interesting examples of myth creation. Today's history lesson focuses on the killing of Murrieta and the gory exhibition of his severed head."

Sharla Shults's insight:
Pioneers ventured west by the thousands traveling for months, on foot and by wagon train, to complete a journey that today only takes a matter of hours. What they sought was opportunity...a chance for something new, something better. What they found was a land of violence...cowboys, Indians, outlaws, a few good law men and some really unique stories.
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Awakenings: ♫New Vibes & Memories♫

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Music, as well as our taste in music, changes over the course of a lifetime. Yet, with the changes, music still remains an integral part of life. We may grow with the changes accepting and moving with the new vibes or we may remain nostalgic reliving the memories of bygone days. Perhaps we even fall somewhere in between joining in the excitement that stirs our hearts and causes our feet to tap with the changes in beat. Enjoy the hits from the mid-60s into the 21st century that occurred on this day in music history...

Today in Music History: July 24
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WOW! This day in music history is loaded with memories! Check them out beginning in 1965 with The Byrds...
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Awakenings: Day of the Old Joke...hahahahaha

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"We all know someone for whom every day is Tell An Old Joke Day. In fact, that person is probably known as 'a joke waiting to be told'! Jokes are fun bringing on smiles, especially when smiling is the last thing on a person's list.

July 24 is... 

Tell an Old Joke Day!"

Sharla Shults's insight:
July 24 is a day to put aside any reticence and let rip your own ‘I say, I say, I say’ and ‘Knock, knock’ chestnuts. If you think back to the first joke you ever learned to tell, there is a huge possibility it was a 'Knock, Knock' joke. What about a Blonde joke or one of the Polack jokes? Which ones do you recall?
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Awakenings: The Flavorlicious Ice Cream Cone

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Today's History Lesson...ice cream cone

An abundance of celebrations occur throughout the year that center around ice cream, different flavors, sandwiches, sundaes, floats, sodas, splits, soft serve, cakes, pies, single, double, triple or just about anyway you like it. Therefore, it's not surprising to discover a delicate partner of this delicious cold treat being invented to ward off the heat on this day in history. Continuing with the month of July being Ice Cream Month, it would do ice cream an injustice to not include a bit of trivia about the ice cream cone.

This Day in History: July 23, 1904 (Watch the video)
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No one knows the actual inventor of this flavorlicious holder of ice cream. Paper and metal cones had been used in Europe for some time to hold ice cream and it was known that edible cones were being served in England prior to its coming to America. As for its debut in America, this happenstance was quite by accident...
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Awakenings: Hot Dogs & Ice Cream

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"It's summertime! Hot dogs and ice cream are at the top of the list...hot dogs being ideal for a quick lunch or even at supper time demanding very little preparation time. Of course, the hot dogs are center stage on the grill or can be boiled, broiled, even fried! As that item on the menu is completed, the ice cream always brings on additional curtain calls and a standing ovation, especially when it happens to be homemade vanilla. So, are you ready to doubly celebrate with two of America's favorites?

July 23 is...
National Hot Dog Day and National Vanilla Ice Cream Day

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Are you ready to celebrate? Get to the grocery store if your pantry or frig isn't already stocked with what you need. Have a hot dog cookout being sure to serve vanilla ice cream for the dessert! Have some fun with friends and family - churn your own ice cream being sure to request helping hands :-)
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Awakenings: Penuche!

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If the title of this posting had been 'Cake', there would be no question as to what it is about. There are thousands of different types of cakes in the world today, each culture with its own specialties, many of which never reach America's shores. For the cake, we need icing and one might want to try something different perhaps topping it off with penuche frosting. That's one possibility for penuche. Let's add a little extra pizazz to the title: Penuche Fudge. Now, let's get on with the celebration!

July 22 is...

National Penuche Fudge Day
Sharla Shults's insight:
A known fact is there is not just one fudge. Fudge of All Kinds includes for starters white fudge, chocolate fudge, peanut butter fudge, turtle fudge and brown sugar fudge, also known is penuche fudge.
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Awakenings: ♫Billboard's First Record Chart♫

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"When you encounter the term "billboard", what is the first image that comes to your mind? Do you think of the large, often huge, signs along the highway or on the sides of buildings? Perhaps aging, decaying billboards Torn with Time catch your eyes, provide a glimpse into days past and become a metaphor of life itself. There is another "billboard" which is the focus for today, this one associated with music.

Today in Music History: July 20"

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On this day in 1940 Billboard's first comprehensive record chart was published. The magazine had previously published best-seller lists submitted by the individual record companies, but the new chart combined the top sellers from all major labels. Their first number one song was ‘I'll Never Smile Again’ by Frank Sinatra and the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra.
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Awakenings: Lollipop, Lollipop...Oh lolli lolli lolli! Lollipop!

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Think back to days (possibly dating back to prehistoric man) when one used a stick to poke a beehive for the honey; then, the honey was scraped off the stick to be eaten later. Of course, the honey could be licked right off the stick possibly marking the beginning for what we know today as the lollipop.

July 20 is...
National Lollipop Day
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Whoa! Not too quick for more on that 'honey on a stick"...you need some music to set the stage for the foodie fun of this day. Let's begin the celebration with a step back in time to The Chordettes, one of the longest-lived vocal groups with roots in the mainstream pop and vocal harmonies of the 40s and early 50s.
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