All About November 2nd
Holidays, Horoscope and Trivia
November 2nd Holidays
- All Souls’ Day
All Souls’ Day, also known as the Commemoration of All the Faithful Departed and the Day of the Dead, is a day of prayer and remembrance for the souls of those who have died, which is observed by Roman Catholics and other Christian denominations annually on November 2.
- Cookie Monster Day
Today on November 2nd we celebrate that beloved cookie eating monster known as Cookie Monster’s birthday! So grab yourself a plate of cookies and celebrate with us!
- Look for Circles Day
Today on November 2nd we celebrate circles. Why, we are not sure as we could not find much history on this celebration. But if you look around you, you will realize how many circles there are. Maybe have a competition to see how many circles you can find in a room and winner gets a pizza, or cake or cookies?
- National Deviled Egg Day
November 2nd is the day to celebrate deviled eggs! So here is a recipe for you to try out for Classic Deviled Eggs.
- Practice Being Psychic Day
November 2nd is the day to try to hone your psychic skills. We couldn’t find the reason why, so if the answers come to you, let us know!
November 2nd Zodiac Sign
See who you are compatible with, what your colors are, what personality traits you might have and which famous celebrities share your Zodiac sign.
If you were born today then you are a Scorpio.
Date range: October 23 – November 21 (Occasionally Nov 22 falls into Scorpio too.)
Color: Scarlet, Red, Rust
Ruler: Pluto, Mars
Greatest Overall Compatibility: Taurus, Cancer
Lucky Numbers: 8, 11, 18, 22
Personality Traits: Smart, resourceful, very brave, passionate, but can be really stubborn, jealous, sometimes even violent and doesn’t trust many people.
Famous Scorpios: Leonardo DiCaprio, Anne Hathaway, Ryan Gossling, Christopher Columbus, Bill Gates, Pablo Picasso Julia Roberts, Hillary Clinton, Caitlyn Jenner, Whoopi Goldberg, Marie Curie, Condoleeza Rice.
November 2nd Trivia
- 1755 – Marie Antoinette, Austrian wife of Louis XVI of France was born.
- 1889 – North Dakota and South Dakota are admitted as the 39th and 40th U.S. states.
- 1898 – Cheerleading was started at the University of Minnesota with Johnny Campbell leading the crowd in cheering on the football team with “Rah, Rah, Rah!
- 1936 – First high-definition TV broadcast service, by BBC in London.
- 1942 – Stefanie Powers, American actress known for being on tv sitcom Hart to Hart, was born in Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA.
- 1957 – The Levelland UFO Case in Levelland, Texas, generated national publicity. Officially, they called it ‘blue lightning’.
- 1965 – Norman Morrison, a 31-year-old Quaker, sets himself on fire in front of the river entrance to the Pentagon to protest the use of napalm in the Vietnam war.
- 1966 – David Schwimmer, American actor known for his role as Ross in the TV sitcom, “Friends” was born in New York City, NY.
- 1967 – Scott Walker, Republican Governor of Wisconsin was born in Colorado Springs, CO.
- 1974 – Nelly, American rapper was born in Austin, Texas.
- 1974 – Stevie Wonder’s song, ” You Haven’t Done Nothin'” was #1 on the billboards.
- 1982 – Ronald Reagan signs a bill to create Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
- 1984 – Velma Barfield becomes the first woman executed in the United States since 1962.
- 1985 – The song, ‘You Belong To The City” by Glen Frey was #1 on the Top Billboard.
- 1986 – US Hostage, David Jacobsen, is released in Beirut after 17 months in captivity.
- 2003 – The hilarious comedy sitcom, “Arrested Development” debuted on FOX.
- 2016 – The Chicago Cubs defeat the Cleveland Indians in the World Series, ending the longest Major League Baseball championship drought at 108 years.
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