World’s Largest Lego Display Coming To Philadelphia This Winter
How awesome! World’s largest Lego display coming to Philadelphia this winter. It’s cold, the Eagles season is over, and the Phillies don’t start for a few months, so what is there to do with your friends and family you ask? Well how about seeing the world’s largest lego display at the Franklin Institute.
“The Art of the Brick,” a traveling exhibition featuring the world’s largest display of Lego art, arrives at the museum Saturday, Feb. 17. Created by New York-based contemporary artist Nathan Sawaya, more than 100 pieces, made from millions of toy bricks, will be on view. Visitors will see replicas of Vincent van Gogh’s “The Starry Night” and Leonardo da Vinci’s “Mona Lisa” all made from legos! I saw it back in 2015 and it’s truly amazing.
“The Art of the Brick” — the first major museum exhibition to use only Lego bricks.
Some other exhibits to check out:
Wondrous Space – Journey through the cosmos as you explore this immersive, multisensory, two-story exhibit designed to inspire an excitement for space science.
Fels Planetarium – Look up and see what the actual night sky would look like without the interference of weather, pollution, or city lights.
The Giant Heart – a life size heart that’s been around for over 50 years let’s your explore what the most vital organ looks like from the inside out.
Tickets for “The Art of the Brick” will go on sale early next year. The exhibition is scheduled to run through Monday, Sept. 2.
Remember the “Abbott Elementary” episode when they went to the Franklin Institute? Barbara with her sleep apnea machine and they kids thought she was an alien? Hahah Literally laughed out loud. Then Janine and Gregory kissed! I’m so glad the show is coming back in February.
These Number One Country Songs The Year You Were Born Can Predict Your Luck In 2024
These number one country songs the year you were born can predict your luck in 2024.
What will 2024 bring you? Scientifically speaking, they always say if you find out the number one country song the year you were born, that’s how you find out!
Okay, so it’s not SCIENCE, but it definitely is fun to find out the number one country song the year you were born and work it to fit the year you WANT to have!
Number One Country Songs Date Way Back!
Billboard has recorded country charts dating back to 1944 which definitely help out the list but we needed to dive even bigger because these numbers aren’t being recorded quite the way they are being recorded these days.
According to SonicBids.com, there are three contributing factors to making it on the charts to begin with!
- Social Media and Streaming
- Album Sales
These days, the social media and streaming section is most definitely new. In fact, I think that maybe Conway Twitty (who you will find on this list), Elvis and Hank Williams weren’t exactly worried about that back in the day but they were worried about RADIO airplay (shoutout to your local country station) and album sales!
And the funniest part about this is that you can share it with all of your friends because our list goes ALL the back to 1944. Before then, we couldn’t really find the solid data to support what the number one song for that year so I personally apologize.
Let’s Dive Right In!!
Without further ado, go check out the year you were born and find out what kind of year you are going to have. This could be YOUR YEAR or could be a bit of a tear-jerker, who knows? You can only find out by scrolling to your birth year and finding out!