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NATIONAL BANANA SPLIT DAY

National Banana Split Day is observed annually on August 25th! Traditionally served in a long dish, called a boat, a banana is cut in half lengthwise and laid in the dish with scoops of...
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Tye Tribbett Tapped To Co Host Dove Awards

Grammy and Stellar Award winner Tye Tribbett will join Christian Rock group For King & Country as this year’s hosts for the GMA Tye Tribbett 514Dove Awards.  The Dove Awards return...
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This Day In History: August 25, 1944 Liberation of Paris

On this day in 1944, French General Jacques Leclerc enters the free French capital triumphantly. Pockets of German intransigence remained, but Paris was free from German control. Two days...
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NATIONAL SPONGE CAKE DAY

The quintessential classic of the cake world, this airy queen of teas is the guest of honor on National Sponge Cake Day on August 23rd.   One of the trickiest cakes for...
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Simone Biles Will Reportedly Join ‘Dancing With The Stars’

She may be the greatest gymnast to ever walk the planet and work a floor routine like nobody’s business, but can Simone Biles do a pasodoble? United States' Simone Biles...
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This Day In History: August 23, 1904 Patent for tire chain issued

On this day in 1904, Harold D. Weed of Canastota, New York, is issued U.S. Patent No. 768,495 for his “Grip-Tread for Pneumatic Tires,” a non-skid tire chain to be used on...
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NATIONAL TOOTH FAIRY DAY

Wiggled and loose, that tooth that comes free just might get collected on National Tooth Fairy Day observed on August 22.  The day is also celebrated on February 28. This childhood...
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Jekalyn Carr Takes #1 Spot On Billboard

Jekalyn Carr hits big with The Life Project, her third album and first live recording making its debut at number one on the Billboard Top Gospel Albums chart.  Carr’s single...
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This Day In History: August 22, 1950 Althea Gibson becomes first African-American on U.S. tennis tour

On this day in 1950, officials of the United States Lawn Tennis Association (USLTA) accept Althea Gibson into their annual championship at Forest Hills, New York, making her the first...
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NATIONAL TELL A JOKE DAY

What would be better than a day filled with laughter? National Tell a Joke Day is observed annually on August 16th, and that’s no joke! This day will be filled with smiles...
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