Some big stuff happened this week in history. If you have an inclination to travel back in time, take these 5 tips with you:
TIP: Moviegoers are in for a treat in New York City on November 26th in 1942. Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman just made a little ditty of a film called Casablanca. You won’t have any trouble finding a seat at the premiere. It’s not very popular… yet.
TIP: Heading out to 1789 on November 26th? Pack your eating pants. President George Washington has just declared the first national U.S. holiday, and it’s Thanksgiving.
TIP: Charles Monroe Schulz aka Sparky has entered the world on November 26th. If you are in Minneapolis in 1922, you should stop by with a gift for his parents because oh-my-gosh, he’s awesome!
TIP: 1964 fans should be pretty excited on November 28th. The Mariner 4 has just been launched into space and it’s about to capture the first images of another planet EVER. MARS!
TIP: Avoid Hamburg, Germany on November 29th in 1960. The Beatles just got arrested for arson! Those wacky fellas.