What happened on May 1?
We can be pretty sure that nor Mozart, who premiered his opera “Figaro” in Vienna on this day in 1786, nor frontierswoman Calamity Jane (* 1852) ever imagined Spongebob coming to their TV’s. Nor couldn’t they image TV’s all together, most likely…
Our favorite yellow fellow premiered his show on Nickelodeon on this day in 1999!
Standing on the top of the Empire State Building in New York (dedicated today in 1931) country legend Tim McGraw (*1967) and movie director Wes Anderson (*1969) might have seen the king of squared pants coming, as the views from the rooftop are incredible.
Though this sounds more like a passage from a Joseph Heller (*1923) novel than real life.
One thing you certainly can imagine, as well as go see with your own eyes,
are the Disney-MGM Studios near Orlando, which opened on this day in 1989!
A whopping 230 years earlier, in 1759, Josiah Wedgwood founded his Wedgwood pottery company in Great Britain.
If you fancy some, you can order it by mail and use (a lot of) Penny Black postage stamps. These were the first official stamps used in Great Britain, introduced in 1840.
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