It’s Thursday, March 4th and the day some Trump supporters believe Trump will be sworn in as President. (He won’t, but that doesn’t stop them from making credible threats of a Capitol attack.) Why today? Because March 4th was traditionally the day presidents were inaugurated, beginning with George Washington and ending with FDR’s first inauguration. In 1933, Congress changed the date to January 20.
On this next-to-the-last day of the Utah legislature, elected officials will again spend all day on the floor debating bills. Unless they go saunter in this afternoon’s sunshine – or enjoy some pound cake on National Pound Cake Day. Or both. Follow along at le.utah.gov
If you only have time for one thing today: Take a minute to check out the tech that is bringing old photos to life. The “Deep Nostalgia” photo animator from MyHeritage lets you see your ancestors (and others) smile and move their heads. What do you think? Creepy or cool?
1 day more to the end of the 2021 Utah Legislature (3/5/21) (You’re humming that song from Les Mis, aren’t you?? Me too.) 40 days until the end of the Cox/Henderson administration’s first 100 days (04/14/2021) 56 days until the Biden/Harris administration’s first 100 days are up (04/30/2021)