February 25th Show
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On today's show:
Chris Lombaro is special guest interviewer of
Dylan Thuras, Author of
New York Times Bestseller
Today, February 25th in History
1570 Pope Pius V issues the bull Regnans in Excelsis which excommunicates Queen Elizabeth the 1st of England
Pope Pius V declaring "Elizabeth, the pretended Queen of England and the servant of crime", to be a heretic and releasing all her subjects from any allegiance to her, even when they had "sworn oaths to her", and excommunicatingany that obeyed her orders.
1804 Thomas Jefferson is nominated for president at the Democratic-Republican caucus.
1919 Oregon introduces the first state tax on gasoline at one cent per gallon, to be used for road construction.
1923 The 16th Amendment to the constitution is adopted, setting the legal basis for the income tax.
1928 Bell Labs introduces a new device to end the fluttering of the television image.
1841 Pierre Auguste Renoir, French painter and founder of the French Impressionist movement.
1917 Anthony Burgess, English writer (A Clockwork Orange).
With novel produce and unique characteristics, Florida's winter harvest is worth looking into. Here are just a few of the interesting treasures offered! Get recipes and other great info from the article I wrote about it here. Including things like Black Sapote tastes like chocolate pudding... really!
What a great interview! Our very own completely non-traditional, intrepid world traveler, Chris Lombardo joined us as our guest interviewer for our favorite book and Author, Dylan Thuras of the insanely cool Atlas Obscura. Chris managed to uncovers of few interesting and shocking tidbits about Dylan and Dylan gave tips to Chris on his pending trip to Mongolia... it's a must listen!