Mother's Day as we know it was first celebrated in 1908, when a women named Anna Jarvis held a memorial in honor of her mother at St Andrew's Methodist Church in Grafton, West Virginia. Anna was actually quote the pioneer - she began lobbying for the day to be recognized as a holiday three years earlier in 1905, the year her mother passed. Read entire entry »

There are a handful of things you can count on just about every American loving: cheeseburgers, football, thanksgiving, fireworks (unless you're Jason Pierre Paul of the New York Giants), and craft beer. American's REALLY love craft beer, too; according to the Washington Post, as of Dec. Read entire entry »