March 13, 2023 - For everyone weary of winter and its monochromatic landscape of white and shades of gray, a burst of color is on the way. Peak bloom of the cherry trees in the nation's capital is just around the corner, according to the National Park Service and their Bloom Watch forecast.
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Today In History
March 281968: The Broadway musical, Hair, opened.
1899: Library of Congress: Brewing magnate August Anheuser Busch Jr. was born in St. Louis, Missouri. Scion of the famous brewing family, Busch served as chairman of the Anheuser-Busch Companies, Inc. from 1946-1975. During his tenure, the company that his grandfather Adolphus Busch established, emerged as the largest brewery in the world. Adolphus Busch came to America from Germany in 1857, settling in St. Louis, Missouri.
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