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NATIONAL TITANIC REMEMBRANCE DAY

Each year on April 15th, National Titanic Remembrance Day is dedicated to the memory of the lives lost when the Titanic sank into the icy waters of the North Atlantic Ocean in April 1912. We remember the more than 1,500 people who died that day. Known as the “the unsinkable ship,” the Titanic hit an

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NATIONAL FILM SCORE DAY – April 3

On April 3rd, National Film Score Day recognizes the musical masterpieces called “Film Scores” and, more specifically, the very talented composers who create them. As the opening scenes of a long-anticipated movie begin flickering across the screen, a rising cadence undulates through the theater setting the mood. A musical note plays, then two. Soon the

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IRISH-AMERICAN HERITAGE MONTH – March

Irish-American Heritage Month during March in the United States, Americans recognize the numerous contributions of Irish-Americans to the U.S. throughout the years. From the founding fathers to innovative transportation, arts and culture, Irish immigrants for generations left deep roots in the American landscape. Criss-crossing the country, Irish-American Heritage holds rich traditions and an unmistakable can-do