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On this day in 1931, Al Capone was convicted of income tax evasion, proving that when all other agencies fail, the IRS always gets its man. Shushanik (შუშანიკი) (440 – 475) was a Georgian princess. Her given name was Vardeni (“Rose”), but her family called her Shushanik (“Little Suzie,” after Susanna of garden fame). When […]
On this day in 2004, 600 miles south of Tokyo, the first images were taken of a live giant squid in its natural habitat. A submerged Studebaker. Gregory the Illuminator (257 – 332) was the son of a regicide, but that’s not his fault. When his father Anak killed the king of Armenia in a […]