NATIONAL TV TALK SHOW HOST DAY
October 23 of each year is the day to pay tribute to, appreciate and thank all of the TV Talk Show hosts for the great job that they do; for all of their monologues, their jokes, their interviews, their stories, their entertainment and etc. It is the day that people across the country celebrate National TV Talk Show Host Day.
Each day we watch our favorite talk shows and we laugh, cry, listen, learn and etc. It is these great hosts that make the shows ones that we want to watch.
NATIONAL TV TALK SHOW HOST DAY HISTORY
National TV Talk Show Host Day, an “unofficial” national holiday, was chosen to be celebrated on “The King of Late Night Television”s birthday. John William “Johnny” Carson was born on October 23, 1925. Carson was host, for thirty years, of The Tonight Show (1962 – 1992).
NATIONAL BOSTON CREAM PIE DAY
October 23 annually celebrates a chocolate frosted, custard filled cake that is loved by millions across the country, it is National Boston Cream Pie Day.
Even though called a pie, Boston Cream Pie is actually a cake.
In 1856, at Boston’s Parker House Hotel, Armenian-French chef M. Sanzian created this pudding and cake combination which comprises two layers of sponge cake filled with vanilla flavored custard or creme patissiere. The cake is then topped with a chocolate glaze, such as a ganache or sometimes powdered sugar and a cherry.
In 1996, Massachusetts declared the Boston Cream Pie as their official dessert.
Celebrate National Boston Creme Pie Day with a slice of your homemade Boston Creme Pie which you made from one of the following “tried and true” recipes:
NATIONAL BOSTON CREAM PIE HISTORY
Within our research, we were unable to find the creator of National Boston Cream Pie Day, an “unofficial” national holiday.
National Mole Day
You may be thinking that this day is in honor of the little burrowing creature however, it is not. National Mole Day is celebrated by chemists and chemistry students each year on the 23rd of October,
Today’s celebration takes place between 6:02 AM and 6:02 PM, making the date 6:02 10/23 in the American style of writing dates. The time and date are derived from Avogadro’s number, which is approximately 6.02×1023, defining the number of particles (atoms or molecules) in one mole of substance, one of the seven base SI units.
- Mole is a unit of measurement used in chemistry to express amounts of a chemical substance.
- Avogadro’s number, is a historical term closely related to the Avogadro constant.
- The Avogadro constant is named after the early 19th century Italian scientist Amedeo Avogadro.
HAPPY NATIONAL MOLE DAY.
NATIONAL MOLE DAY HISTORY
National Mole Day, an “unofficial” national holiday originated in the early 1980′s in an article in The Science Teacher. Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin High School chemistry teacher was inspired by the article and founded the National Mole Day Foundation on May 15, 1991.