Sunday is Cino De Mayo. Here are 5 things to know: #1.) It's NOT Mexican Independence Day. Mexican Independence Day is September 16th. It's called "Grito de Dolores", and it commemorates the day in 1810 when a Catholic priest declared war on Spain. #2.) It Celebrates a Victory Over France. In 1861, Mexico defaulted on loans from a bunch of countries in Europe. The next year, FRANCE invaded. The French hadn't been beaten in 50 years, but on May 5th, 1862, the Mexicans won the Battle of Puebla. #3.) It's More Popular in the U.S. Than It Is in Mexico. It's not a national holiday In Mexico. If it's celebrated, it's mostly celebrated by people near the city of Puebla, in the southeastern part of Mexico. #4.) The world’s 5th best selling beer is Corona. Corona's sold in over 150 countries. #5.) They Celebrate in Chandler, Arizona by Racing Chihuahuas.
Want to watch as they make your pizza? Its a test program being conducted at a Salt Lake City Dominos - watch them work here - http://dominoslive.com/
Some people may have been confused earlier this week because of the passing of one of the members of Kris Kross passing away this week. But Christopher Cross is very much alive and still making music. On the occasion of his 62nd birthday, we celebrate with the song that was his last number one, today's "Lost 80s Classic"