The International Earth Rotation and Reference Systems Service has added a leap second to the calendar on December 31.... READ ON
Hint: It's not "Ides+1."... READ ON
Louise Estes has given birth to three children on three consecutive Leap Days. Was it fate, or careful planning?... READ ON
There's a calendar out there for every taste.... READ ON
For one year, more than two centuries ago, September 3-13 didn't exist in the British Empire.... READ ON
Researchers find that people attach more meaning to Mondays and Fridays, but have fewer mental representations of mid-week days. ... READ ON
Due to unusual record-keeping practices or because of months that were eliminated over the centuries, there are a few days you’ll never see on your joke-a-day calendar.... READ ON
Six and a half million Britons went to bed on September 2, 1752, and woke up on September 14. The reason? The Calendar (New Style) Act of 1750, of course.... READ ON
The calendar you hang on your wall or set on your desk can say a lot about what kind of person you are. And they make great gifts, as long as they appeal to the interests and personality of the person you're giving one to. Here are some unique 2013 calendars that will stand out in an office and draw lots of interest from those around you.
1. 12 Months of Dead... READ ON
In 1865, six-year-old Teddy Roosevelt watched Abraham Lincoln’s funeral procession in NYC.