“The Twilight Zone” Is An Enduring Pop Culture Icon

May 11th marks National Twilight Zone Day, an unofficial holiday that celebrates the iconic television show, The Twilight Zone. Interestingly — and perhaps fittingly — the reason for this date is a mystery. It doesn’t coincide with the date the series premiered or ended, nor does it align with the original air date of any particularly memorable episodes.

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The Exciting Horses and History of The Kentucky Derby

The Kentucky Derby was first held at Churchill Downs racetrack in Louisville, KY in 1875, making it the longest-running sports event in the United States. The race is held on the first Saturday in May and has been given the nickname of “the greatest two minutes in sports.”

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