If more of us valued food and cheer and song above hoarded gold, it would be a merrier world. -- J.R.R. Tolkien
March 04, 2024
conditions: Light Drizzle, 1.8°C, 102.7 kPa falling, wind at E 21 km/h and 100 % humidity

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2Benson Boone : Beautiful Things
3Beyoncé : TEXAS HOLD 'EM
4Noah Kahan : Stick Season
5Teddy Swims : Lose Control
6Tate McRae : greedy
7Zach Bryan : I Remember Everything
8Jack Harlow : Lovin On Me
9Djo : End of Beginning
1021 Savage : redrum
11Taylor Swift : Cruel Summer
12Morgan Wallen : Last Night
13SZA : Saturn
14Bryson Tiller : Whatever She Wants
15Travis Scott : FE!N
16Michael Marcagi : Scared To Start
17Zach Bryan : Something in the Orange
18YG Marley : Praise Jah In The Moonlight
19Rich Amiri : ONE CALL
20Luke Combs : Fast Car
21Mitski : My Love Mine All Mine
22Good Neighbours : Home
23Flo Milli : Never Lose Me
Tue 5 Mar
high: 16 C
Chance of showers
pop: 40%
Wed 6 Mar
high: 7 C
Thu 7 Mar
high: 5 C
Fri 8 Mar
high: 6 C
Sat 9 Mar
high: 4 C

adjective (suh-LOO-bree-us)

Salubrious is a formal word that means “favorable to or promoting health or well-being.”

// They picked up several salubrious habits on their wellness retreat in Bali.

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“Despite their salubrious sounding name, fruit flies ... eat food that is decaying. They inhabit rubbish bins, compost heaps or any place where food is present, including drains.” — Primrose Freestone, The Conversation, 31 Aug. 2023

"Whatever you want in life, other people are going to want it too. Believe in yourself enough to accept the idea that you have an equal right to it." - Diane Sawyer
- Pavel Gagarin, Russian politician (d. 1872)
- Jean Lecanuet, French politician (d. 1993)
- Gil Brandt, American Pro Football HOF executive (vice president player personnel Dallas Cowboys 1960-88; Super Bowl VI, XII), born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin (d. 2023)
- Barney Wilen, French tenor, composer and saxophonist, born in Nice, France (d. 1996)
- Chris Smith, American politician (Rep-R-NJ, 1981-), born in Rahway, New Jersey
- Paweł Janas, Polish football manager and former footballer
- Russell Todd, American actor (Dr Jamie Frame-Another World), born in Troy, New York
- Patrick Hannan, English pop drummer (Sundays - "Can't Be Sure"), born in the UK

On this day in 1952, three tornadoes hit Marshall, Lincoln, and Warren, Tennessee, killing 4 and injuring 166.

- The Battle of Vinegar Hill, colony of New South Wales (Australia), when Irish convicts (some of whom had been involved in Ireland's Battle of Vinegar Hill in 1798) led the colony's only significant convict uprising.
- 30th Grand National: George Ede victorious aboard Irish 9/1 shot The Lamb; horse wins second GN in 1871
- California becomes 1st state to pass plant quarantine legislation
- Jacksonville is 1st college basketball team to avg 100+ pts per game
- 1st CRAY 1 supercomputer shipped, to Los Alamos Laboratories, New Mexico
- "Once in a century" winter in Moscow the hottest in 140 years, with 7.5° C (13.5° F) above average temperatures and virtually no snow
- Benjamin Waterhouse, American physician co-founder of Harvard Medical School, and smallpox vaccine pioneer, born in Newport, Rhode Island (d. 1846)
- Charles Dibdin, British composer, author (Sea Songs), and actor, baptized in Hampshire, England (d. 1814)
- Garrett Morgan, American inventor (gas mask and traffic signal), born in Claysville, Kentucky (d. 1963)
- Clyde McCullough, American baseball player (d. 1982)

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