Kansas City Pi Day ALMOST Explained

Last year . . . Hipsters took us down memory lane and encourage a return trip to Tippin's glory.

This time around we share a bit more insight on the orgin story that didn't start with our favorite "adult brand" and somebody's unfortunate step mom.


"Pi Day itself dates to 1988, when physicist Larry Shaw began celebrations at the Exploratorium science museum in San Francisco. The holiday didn’t really gain national recognition though until two decades later. In 2009, Congress designated every March 14 to be the big day — to hopefully spur more interest in math and science. Fittingly enough, the day is also Albert Einstein’s birthday."

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What exactly is Pi Day?

Fittingly enough, the day is also Albert Einstein's birthday.