For years now, 4/20 has been an unofficial holiday for cannabis consumers, 4:20 has been an unofficial time to take a puff, and the number 420 itself has become code for cannabis. So to celebrate 4/20 this year (or 4:20 wherever you may be), here are 420 things you didn't know about 420. 

On the Calendar

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1. To learn about the origins of 4/20 as a cannabis holiday, click here.

2. In the Gregorian Calendar, April 20th is the 110th day of the year - except in leap years, when it becomes the 111th day. 

3. April 20th is on the cusp between Aries and Taurus.

4. April 20th is UN Chinese Language Day.

5. The 20th of April is the Feast Day of St. Agnes of Montepulciano.

People Born on 4/20

6. Edward IV, King of England, 1442. 

7. Go-Komyo, Emperor of Japan, 1633.

8. Cornelius Harnett, American Revolutionary, 1723. 

9. Napoleon III of France, 1808.

10. John Smith Preston, Confederate Army General, 1809. 

11. John Gibbon, Union Army General, 1827. 

12. Carol I, King of Romania, 1839. 

13. Odilon Redon, French painter, 1840. 

14. Daniel Chester French, Lincoln Memorial sculptor, 1850.

15. William Henry Davies, Welsh author (The Autobiography of a Super Tramp), 1871.

16.  Oliver Kirk, American, gold-medal-winning boxer, 1884. 

Adolf Hitler, giving Nazi salute. To Hitler's right is Rudolph Hess. 1939.

Adolf Hitler, giving Nazi salute. To Hitler's right is Rudolph Hess. 1939.

17. Adolf Hitler, Nazi dictator, 1889. 

18. Harold Lloyd, silent film star, 1893.

19. Bruce Cabot, wester film star, 1904.

20. Lionel Hampton, award-winning jazz musician, 1908. 

21. Dick Wessel, actor (Dick Tracy vs. Cueball), 1913. 

22. Betty Lou Gerson, the voice of Cruella de Vil from Disney's 101 Dalmatians, 1914.

23. Ronald Speirs, World War II hero portrayed in Band of Brothers, 1920.

24. John Paul Stevens, retired Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States, 1920. 

25. Tito Puente, American drummer and producer (and Simpsons guest star), 1923. 

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Harry Potter (played by actor Daniel Radcliffe) during the Sorting Hat scene in Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone.

26. Leslie Phillips, voice of the Sorting Hat in the Harry Potter movies, 1924.

27. Nina Foch, Academy Award-winning actor (An American in Paris),  1924.

28. Ernie Stautner, Football Hall of Famer (Pittsburgh Steelers), 1925. 

29. Phil Hill, Formula One World Drivers Championship winner, 1927. 

30. Robert Byrne, American chess player, 1928. 

31. Harry "The Gold Greek" Agganis, professional baseball player (Boston Red Sox), 1929. 

32. Current Kansas Senator Pat Roberts, 1936. 

33. George Takei, actor (Star Trek), 1937. 

34. Peter S. Beagle, author of The Last Unicorn, 1939. 

35. Ryan O'Neal, actor (Love Story), 1941. 

36. Edie Sedgwick, model, actress and Andy Warhol collaborator, 1943. 

37. Steve Spurrier, College Football Hall-of-Fame player and coach, 1945. 

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A scene from Ridley Scott's 1979 film Alien, featuring Actress Veronica Cartwright.

38. Veronica Cartwright, actor (Alien), 1949. 

39. Jessica Lange, two-time Academy Award Winning actor (Tootsie and Frances), 1949. 

40. Milt Wilcox, 1984 World Series Champion (Detroit Tigers), 1950.

41. Luther Vandross, American singer/songwriter, 1951. 

42. Viacheslav Fetisov, Russian Hockey Hall of Famer, 1958. 

43. Don Mattingly, six-time Major League Baseball All-Star (New York Yankees), 1961. 

44. Mike Pniewski, Laser Gunner Phillip Asshole from Spaceballs, 1961. 

45. John Carney, Super Bowl XLIV Champion (New Orleans Saints), 1964. 

46. Crispin Glover, American actor (George McFly in Back to the Future), 1964. 

47. Andy Serkis, British actor (Gollum in Lord of the Rings), 1964. 

48. Rosalynn Sumners, American gold-medal winning Olympic figure skater, 1964. 

49. David Filo, Yahoo! co-founder, 1966. 

50. Allan Houston, two-time NBA All-Star (New York Knicks), 1971.

51. Mikey Welsh, former bassist for Weezer, 1971.

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Carmen Electra attends The Blonds fashion show during MADE Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2015 at Milk Studios

52. Carmen Electra, American actor and model, 1972. 

53. Stephen Marley, eight-time Grammy Award winner/son of Bob Marley, 1972. 

54. Todd Hollandsworth, World Series Champion (Florida Marlins), 1973. 

55. Joey Lawrence, American actor/gameshow host/singer - best known for saying "Whoa!" on Blossom, 1976. 

56. Danny Granger, NBA All-Star (Indiana Pacers), 1983. 

57. Brent Seabrook, two-time Stanley Cup winner (Chicago Blackhawks), 1985. 

58. Brandon Belt, two-time World Series Champion (San Francisco Giants), 1988. 

59. Luke Kuechly, four-time NFL Pro Bowler (Carolina Panthers), 1991. 

People Who Died on 4/20

60. Caedwalla, King of Wessex, 689. 

61. Xi Zong, Chinese Emperor, 888. 

62. Victor IV, Antipope (i.e. rival for the papacy), 1164.

63. Güyük Khan, Mongol ruler, 1248. 

64. Pope Clement V, 1314. 

65. Zhengde, Chinese Emperor, 1521. 

66. Elizabeth Barton, English martyr, 1534. 

67. Chief Pontiac, Odawa leader, 1769. 

Gubernatorial portrait of George Clinton, by Ezra Ames.

Gubernatorial portrait of George Clinton, by Ezra Ames.

68. George Clinton, Vice President of the United States, 1812. 

69. Bram Stoker, author of Dracula, 1912.  

70. Enrique Simonet, Spanish painter, 1927. 

71. Christian X, King of Denmark, 1947. 

72. Dick Wessel, actor (Dick Tracy vs. Cueball), 1965. 

73. Robert Armstrong, actor (King Kong), 1973. 

74. Archibald MacLeish, three-time Pulitzer Prize winner, 1982. 

75. Steve Marriott, musician (The Faces/Humble Pie), 1991. 

76. Don Siegel, director (Dirty Harry), 1991. 

77. Benny Hill, comedian/Yakety Sax popularizer, 1992. 

78. Johnny Shines, bluesman, 1992. 

79. Tessie O'Shea, actor (Bedknobs and Broomsticks), 1995. 

80. Christopher Robin Milne, son of Winnie the Pooh author A.A. Milne, 1996. 

81. Rick Rude, professional wrestler, 1999. 

82. Andrew Hill, Jazz pianist, 2007.

83. VL Mike, rapper, 2008. 

Dorothy Height with Eleanor Roosevelt, 1960

Dorothy Height with Eleanor Roosevelt, 1960

84. Dorothy Height, civil rights activist, 2010. 

85. Chris Hondros, American war photographer, 2011. 

86. Rubin "The Hurricane" Carter, professional boxer/Bob Dylan muse, 2014.

87. Bob "The Geek" St. Clair, Hall of Fame football player (San Francisco 49ers), 2015. 

88. Guy Hamilton, director (Goldfinger), 2016. 

Historical Events on 4/20

89. The 8th recorded perihelion passage of Halley's Comet occurs, 295 A.D.  

90. First known performance of William Shakespeare's Macbeth takes place, 1611. 

91. Religious freedom is granted to Jews in New Amsterdam (later New York), 1657.

92. Deposed King James II besieges Derry, Ireland, 1689. 

93. Composer George Frederic Handel is buried in Westminster Abbey, 1759. 

94. British explorer Captain James Cook discovers Australia, 1770.

95. President-elect George Washington arrives in Philadelphia en route to New York for America's first inauguration, 1789. 

96. France declares war on Austria, Prussia and Sardinia, 1792. 

Napoleon with the Bavarian and Wurttemberg troops in Abensberg.

Napoleon with the Bavarian and Wurttemberg troops in Abensberg.

97. Napoleon defeats Austrian forces in The Battle of Abensberg, 1809. 

98. René Caillé becomes the first non-Muslim to enter Timbuktu, Mali, 1828.

99. Wisconsin Territory is created by an act of Congress, 1836.  

100. Edgar Allan Poe publishes his first detective story - The Murders in the Rue Morgue, 1841.

101. Robert E. Lee resigns from the U.S. Army and joins Virginia's confederate forces, 1861. 

102. Louis Pasteur and Clause Bernard complete first pasteurization test, 1862. 

103. Crosby Opera House opens in Chicago, 1865. 

104. The first use of a mobile home (horse-drawn) takes place, 1879. 19

105. Pierre and Marie Curie refine radium chloride, 1902. 

106. John Lordan of Massachusetts wins the 7th Boston Marathon, 1903. 

107. George Bernard Shaw's play Candida premieres in London, 1904. 

108. The 12th Boston Marathon was won by Thomas Morrissey of New York, 1908. 

109. Cleveland Indians pitcher Addie Joss pitches a no-hitter against the Chicago White Sox, 1910. 

110. The 29th recorded perihelion passage of Halley's Comet occurs, 1910. 

 Fenway Park is the oldest professional sports venue in the United States.

Fenway Park is the oldest professional sports venue in the United States.

111. Fenway Parks hosts its first baseball game, 1912. 

112. The 18th Boston Marathon was won by James Duffy of Canada, 1914. 

113. The Chicago Cubs play their first game at Weegham Park (now called Wrigley Field), 1916. 

114. The Ottoman Empire declares war on the United States (World War I), 1917.

115. The Red Baron shoots down his 79th and 80th planes before getting shot down himself the following day, 1918. 

116. The 7th modern Olympic Games open in Antwerp, Belgium, 1920. 

117. The League of Nations makes Palestine a British Mandate, 1920.

118. Charles Mellor of Illinois wins the 29th Boston Marathon, 1925. 

119. Jim Henigan of Massachusetts wins the 35th Boston Marathon, 1931. 

120. Your Hit Parade begins 20 years of weekly broadcasts, 1935. 

121. Ellison Brown of Rhode Island wins the 40th Boston Marathon, 1936. 

122. Baseball Hall-of-Famer Ted Williams of the Boston Red Sox notches his first MLB hit, 1939. 

123. The first public demonstration of the electron microscope takes place, 1940. 

124. Nazi Germany's Luftwaffe bombs London, 1941. 

125. Judy Garland records Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas, 1944.

126. Soviet Army begins shelling Berlin on Hitler's birthday, 1945. 

127. U.S. Army captured Nuremberg, Germany, 1945. 

Two American soldiers raising the United States flag, post battle.

Two American soldiers raising the United States flag, post battle.

128. Allied forces capture Nuremberg and hoist the American flag over the local stadium that hosted Nazi rallies in the 1930s, 1945.

129. U.S. Forces capture the Motobu Peninsula in Okinawa, Japan, 1945.

130. Stylianos Kyriakides of Greece wins the 50th Boston Marathon, 1946.

131. Frederik IX becomes King of Denmark, 1947. 

132. Legendary jockey Bill Shoemaker wins his first horserace, 1949.

133. The 4th Cannes Film festival ends, 1951.

134. John Kelley of Connecticut The 61st Boston Marathon, 1957. 

135. Louise Suggs wins the LPGA Babe Didrikson-Zaharias Golf Open, 1958.

136. The Montreal Canadiens win the Stanley Cup, 1958. 

137. Eino Oksanen of Finland wins the 63rd Boston Marathon, 1959.

138. A 13-year-old Dolly Parton releases her first single 'Puppy Love', 1959.

139. Aurèle Vandendriesshe of Belgium wins the 68th Boston Marathon, 1964. 

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The Beatles: John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr, 1966.

140. The Beatles record Taxman, 1966.

141. Baseball Hall-of-Famer Tom Seaver records first career win (New York Mets), 1967.

142. American spacecraft Surveyor 3 lands on the Moon, 1967.

143. The U.S. bombs Haiphong, Vietnam, 1967.

144. British politician Enoch Powell delivers his infamous Rivers of Blood speech, 1968. 

145. The Rolling Stones record Jumpin' Jack Flash, 1968.

146. Pierre Trudeau is sworn in as 15th Prime Minister of Canada, 1968. 

147. The 23rd Tony Awards took place, featuring wins by The Great White Hope and 1776, 1969. 

148. Kathy Whitworth wins the LGPA Lady Carling Golf Open, 1969. 

149. The Beatles record I Want You (She's So Heavy), 1969.

150. Ron Hill of the United Kingdom wins the 74th Boston Marathon, 1970.

151. Paul McCartney releases his eponymous solo album in America, 1970.

152. Barbra Streisand records We've Only Just Begun, 1971. 

Apollo 16 astronaut, John Young

Apollo 16 astronaut, John Young.

153. Apollo 16 lands on the moon, 1972. 

154. Canada's ANIK A2 commercial satellite is launched into orbit, 1973.

155. The 29th Tony Awards takes place, featuring wins by Equus and The Wiz, 1975. 

156. George Harrison dresses up as a mountie and sings with Monty Python at a gig in New York City, 1976. 

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157. Donna White wins the LPGA Florida 'Lady Citrus' Golf Tournament, 1980. 

158. Toshihiko Seko of Japan and Allison Roe of New Zealand win the 85th Boston Marathon, 1981.

159. The final episode of the TV show Soap airs, 1981. 

160. John Phillips of The Mamas and the Papas is sentenced to prison after a drug bust, 1981. 

161. Atlanta Braves become the first team in MLB history to win 12 consecutive games to start the season, 1982.  

162. The Irish Republican Army detonates bombs in Belfast and other areas of Ireland, 1982.  

163. President Ronald Reagan signs a $165 billion bailout for Social Security, 1983. 

164. The NHL's Montreal Canadiens and Quebec Nordiques brawl in the Good Friday Massacre

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Michael Jordan, in his iconic #23 Chicago Bulls jersey. 

165. Michael Jordan set NBA record for most points (63) in a playoff game, 1986. 

166. Toshihiko Seko of Japan and Rosa Mota of Portugal win the 91st Boston Marathon, 1987. 

167. Baltimore Orioles set new MLB record with 14 consecutive losses to start a season, 1988. 

168. Pete Rose pleads guilty to filing false tax returns, 1990. 

169. Creedence Clearwater Revival co-founder John Fogerty marries Julie Lebiedzinski, 1991.

170. Ibrahim Hussein of Kenya and Olga Markova of Russia win the 96th Boston Marathon, 1992. 

Elton John & Guns N' Roses frontman Axl Rose alongside Queen, 1992.

Sir Elton John & Guns N' Roses frontman Axl Rose perform a duet of Bohemian Rhapsody alongside Queen during the Freddie Mercury tribute concert, 1992.

171. The surviving members of Queen headline a tribute concert to late frontman Freddie Mercury, 1992. 

172. Expo '92 opens in Seville, Spain, 1992. 

173. Madonna signs $60 million recording contract with Time Warner, 1992. 

174. Keyshawn Johnson is picked first overall by the New York Jets at the NFL Draft, 1996. 

175. Hawaii hosts its first set of Major League Baseball games (St. Louis Cardinals vs. San Diego Padres), 1997.

176. The 27th Easter Seal Marathon raises over $47 million, 1997. 

177. Hale Irwin wins PGA Seniors Golf Championship, 1997. 

178. Karrie Webb wins LPGA Susan G Komen International, 1997. 

179. Nick Price wins MCI Classic, 1997. 

180. Moses Tanui of Kenya and Fatuma Roba of Ethiopia win the 102nd Boston Marathon, 1998. 

181. The Columbine Massacre takes place in Littleton, Colorado, 1999. 

182. Rapper Mase announces retirement from music so that he can "follow God" instead, 1999.

183. Wu-Tang Clan rapper Ol' Dirty Bastard pleads guilty to charge of crack cocaine possession, 2001. 

184. David Carr picked first overall by the Houston Texans at the NFL Draft, 2002. 

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185. Danica Patrick becomes the first woman ever to win an IndyCar Race, 2008. 

186. Deriba Merga of Ethiopia and Salina Kosgei of Kenya win the 113th Boston Marathon, 2009. 

187. The musical adaptation of Green Day's American Idiot album debuts on Broadway, 2010.

188. Neil Diamond surprises Red Sox fans with an unscheduled performance at Fenway Park, 2013. 

189. A 7.0 earthquake hits Lushan County, China, 2013. 

190. Authors Anthony Doerr (All the Light We Cannot See) and Elizabeth Kolbert (The Sixth Extinction) win Pulitzer Prizes, 2015. 

191. Lelisa Desisa Benti of Ethiopia and Caroline Rotich of Kenya 119th Boston Marathon, 2015. 

Albums And Singles Released on 4/20

192. Johnny Hallyday Sings America's Hits, Johnny Hallyday, 1962. 

193. Showtime, James Brown, 1964. 

194. The Believer, John Coltrane, 1964. 

195. The Howlin' Wolf Album, Howlin' Wolf, 1969. 

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Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1971. Cambridge Common, folk rock band Brewer and Shipley in concert.

196. Weeds, Brewer & Shipley, 1969. 

197. Benefit, Jethro Tull, 1970. 

198. TarkioBrewer & Shipley, 1970. 

199. One Toke Over the Line, a single from Brewer & Shipley's 'Tarkio,' 1970.

200. Skylarking, Horace Andy, 1972. 

201. Daltrey, Roger Daltrey, 1973. 

202. Come and Get It, Rick James, 1978. 

203. Mary Jane, a single from Rick James' 'Come and Get It,' 1978.

204. Y, The Pop Group, 1979. 

205. Ricky Lynn Gregg, Ricky Lynn Gregg, 1992.

206. Mama's Bad Boy, Master P, 1992. 

207. Slanted and Enchanted, Pavement, 1992. 

208. Drive, Sarah Brightman, 1993. 

209. Earth, Moon and Sun, Midnight Oil, 1993. 

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Guitarist Joe Perry, Vocalist Steven Tyler & Drummer Joey Kramer of Aerosmith performing on stage.

210. Get a Grip, Aerosmith, 1993. 

211. Honky Tonk Attitude, Joe Diffie, 1993. 

212. John Brannen, John Brannen, 1993. 

213. Only What I Feel, Patty Loveless, 1993. 

214. Pork Soda, Primus, 1993. 

215. Shania Twain, Shania Twain, 1993. 

216. The Aftermath, Da Youngsta's, 1993. 

217. The Full-Custom Gospel Sounds of the Reverend Horton Heat, The Reverend Horton Heat, 1993. 

218. Tim McGraw, Tim McGraw, 1993. 

219. Toby Keith, Toby Keith, 1993. 

220. Rue des Cascades, Yann Tiersen, 1996. 

221. Asides Beside, Talk Talk, 1998.

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222. Focus, Souls of Mischief, 1998. 

223. Mezzanine, Massive Attack, 1998. 

224. Music Has the Right to Children, Boards of Canada, 1998. 

225. Supreme NTM, Supreme NTM, 1998. 

226. Abductions and Reconstructions, Thievery Corporation, 1999. 

227. Adios, KMFDM, 1999. 

228. Avant Hard, Add N to (X), 1999.

229. By 7:30, Vonda Shepard, 1999. 

230. Chopper City in the Ghetto, B.G., 1999. 

231. Close Watch: An Introduction to John Cale, John Cale, 1999.

232. Holy Roller, The Reverend Horton Heat, 1999. 

233. It's About Time, Julie Reeves, 1999. 

234. Look Now Look Again, Rainer Maria, 1999. 

235. Personal Conversation, Case, 1999.

236. Planes Mistaken for Stars, Planes Mistaken for Stars, 1999. 

237. Press On, June Carter Cash, 1999. 

238. Snuffbox Immanence, Ghost, 1999. 

239. Stash, Bongzilla, 1999. 

240. Strange in Stereo, In the Woods..., 1999.

241. Street Faërie, Cree Summer, 1999.

242. Stripped, Rammstein, 1999. 

243. The 3 Way, Lilys, 1999. 

244. The Earth Pressed Flat, 10,000 Maniacs, 1999. 

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Legendary Rock Star, Alice Cooper.

245. The Life and Crimes of Alice Cooper, Alice Cooper, 1999. 

246. Tight, Mindless Self Indulgence, 1999. 

247. Turn On, Tune In, Free Tibet, Ghost, 1999. 

248. Very Mercenary, The Herbaliser, 1999. 

249. Wu-Syndicate, Wu-Syndicate, 1999. 

250. Down the Elements, Japancakes, 2000. 

251. Archetype, Fear Factory, 2004. 

252. Desensitized, Drowning Pool, 2004. 

253. Fancy Ultra-Fresh, Freezepop, 2004. 

254. Hangover Music Vol. VI, Black Label Society, 2004. 

255. Hurt No More, Mario Winans, 2004. 

256. Impossible Dream, Patty Griffin, 2004.

257. Inches, Les Savy Fav, 2004. 

Prince, Singer/Songwriter

Prince was a musical innovator who was known for his eclectic work, flamboyant stage presence, extravagant dress and makeup, and wide vocal range.

258. Musicology, Prince, 2004. 

259. Ratatat, Ratatat, 2004. 

260. Rock Against Bush Vol. 1, Various Artists, 2004. 

261. Sleep No More, DJ Signify, 2004. 

262. The Black Album/Come On, Feel The Dandy Warhols, The Dandy Warhols, 2004. 

263. The People's Choice, No Means No, 2004.

264. The Pretty Toney Album, Ghostface Killah, 2004. 

265. Undercover, Hanson, 2004. 

266. Wilderness, Sophie B. Hawkins, 2004. 

267. Blue Sky and the Devil, Trampled by Turtles, 2005. 

268. The New School, The Tough Alliance, 2005. 

269. Lawrence Arabia, Lawrence Arabia, 2006. 

270. Arecibo Message, Boxcutter, 2009. 

271. Be Human, Fightstar, 2009. 

272. 'Em Are I, Jeffrey Lewis & the Junkyard, 2009. 

273. Escape from New York, 65daysofstatic, 2009. 

274. Flick the Vs, King Creosote, 2009. 

275. See the Light, The Hours, 2009. 

276. A Book of Songs for Anne Marie, Baby Dee, 2010. 

277. Backatown, Trombone Shorty, 2010. 

278. Based on a True Story, Sick of It All, 2010. 

279. Blue Sky Noise, Circa Survive, 2010. 

280. Clinging to a Scheme, The Radio Dept., 2010.

281. Cold Day Memory, Sevendust, 2010. 

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Singer/Songwriter: Willie Nelson

282. Country Music, Willie Nelson, 2010. 

283. I Am What I Am, Merle Haggard, 2010. 

284. Infestation, Ratt, 2010. 

285. La La Land, Plants and Animals, 2010. 

286. Leftback, Little Brother, 2010. 

287. Magnetic North, Aqualung, 2010. 

288. Periphery, Periphery, 2010. 

289. Red Light Fever, Taylor Hawking and the Coattail Riders, 2010. 

290. Rise Up, Cypress Hill, 2010. 

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Pop Artist, Justin Bieber.

291. Somebody to Love, Justin Bieber, 2010. 

292. Streetlights, Kurupt, 2010. 

293. Suite 420, Devin the Dude, 2010. 

294. Swim, Caribou, 2010. 

295. Tango 3.0, Gotan Project, 2010. 

296. Tears, Lies and Alibis, Shelby Lynne, 2010. 

297. Travellers in Space and Time, The Apples in Stereo, 2010. 

298. True Love Cast Out All Evil, Roky Erickson, 2010. 

299. Covert Coup, Currensy, 2011. 

300. Pinocchio, f(x), 2011. 

301. First of My Kind, Miles Kane, 2012. 

302. Diane Young, Vampire Weekend, 2013. 

303. King Animal Demos, Soundgarden, 2013. 

304. Live at Independent Records, Imagine Dragons, 2013. 

Wiz Khalifa

Marijuana enthusiast Wiz Khalifa live performance in Atlanta Summer 2016 The High Road Tour

305. Live in Concert, Wiz Khalifa with Currensy, 2013. 

306. The Nightday, Zhu, 2014. 

307. Even More Saturday Night Car Tunes, Currensy, 2015. 

308. Hold My Beer Vol. 1, Randy Rogers and Wade Bowen, 2015. 

309. They're Coming After You, Spring King, 2015. 

310. No Control, Turbo Fruits, 2015. 

311. Whispers II, Passenger, 2015. 

312. Bourbon Street Secrets, Currensy, 2016. 

Songs that Are 4 Minutes And 20 Seconds Long

313. One Armed Scissor, At The Drive-In

314. Be a Body, Grimes.

315. Deadly Melody, Wu-Tang Clan. 

316. Don't You Forget about Me, Simple Minds. 

317. Drops of Jupiter, Train. 

318. Drugs, Lil' Kim. 

319. Fu-gee-la, The Fugees.

320. Gravity Rides Everything, Modest Mouse. 

321. Halftime, Nas. 

322. I Don't Give a Fuck, Tupac. 

Stevie Wonder

The Great, Stevie Wonder.

323. I Just Called to Say I Love You, Stevie Wonder. 

324. I Love My Dog, Sublime. 

325. Intervention, Arcade Fire. 

326. It Could Be Sweet, Portishead. 

327. It Was a Good Day, Ice Cube. 

328. It's Summertime, The Flaming Lips. 

329. Joy to the World, Mariah Carey. 

330. Keep on Moving, Bob Marley. 

331. Leaders, Nas and Damien Marley. 

332. Love Me, 112 (ft. Mase). 

333. Lucky, Radiohead. 

334. Marijuana, Kid Cudi. 

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Guitarist & Lead Singer, Dave Ghrol & Drummer, Taylor Hawkins of the Foo Fighters.

335. My Hero, Foo Fighters.

336. Palm Trees, Flatbush Zombies. 

337. Psycho Killer, Talking Heads. 

338. The Faith, Leonard Cohen. 

339. Zombies, Travis Scott.

Movies Released on 4/20

340. On the Riviera, 1951. 

341. Annie Hall, 1977. 

342. F.M., 1978. 

Dawn of the Dead

343. Dawn of the Dead (U.S. release), 1979. 

344. Champions, 1984. 

345. Chattahoochie, 1990. 

346. Martians Go Home, 1990. 

347. Miami Blues, 1990. 

348. U-571 (starring Matthew McConaughey, of course), 2000. 

349. Crocodile Dundee in Los Angeles, 2001. 

350. The Deep End, 2001. 

351. Freddy Got Fingered, 2001. 

352. Secret Agent 420, 2005. 

353. Fracture, 2007. 

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Hot Fuzz, directed by Edgar Wright, written by Wright and Simon Pegg, and starring Pegg and Nick Frost.

354. Hot Fuzz, 2007. 

355. In the Land of Women, 2007. 

356. Stephanie Daley, 2007. 

357. The Tripper, 2007. 

358. Vacancy, 2007.

359. Super High Me, 2008. 

360. Totally Baked, 2008. 

361. Night of the Pumpkin, 2010. 

362. The Drawn Together Movie: The Movie!, 2010. 

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The stars of the Canadian comedy Fubar: Terry & Dean

363. Fubar: Balls to the Wall, 2011. 

364. California 90420, 2012. 

365. Disneynature's Chimpanzee, 2012. 

366. Jesus Henry Christ, 2012. 

367. Marley (Bob Marley documentary), 2012. 

369. Nancy, Please, 2012. 

370. The Day He Arrives, 2012. 

371. The Lucky One, 2012.  

372. Think Like a Man, 2012. 

373. Town of Runners, 2012. 

374. Dancing in Jaffa, 2013. 

375. Sunlight Jr, 2013. 

420 On The Map

376. U.S. Interstate 420

Highway 420 Ontario

377. Ontario Highway 420, Canada. 

378. Ohio State Route 420

379. R420 Road, Ireland. 

380. Japan National ROute 420

The Number 420

The Number 420

381. 420 is a Pronic number

382. 420 is the smallest number that can be divided evenly by all the numbers from 1 to 7.  

383. In Roman numerals, 420 is CDXX.

384. And in binary, 420 is 1101001002.

A Selection of Biblical 4:20's

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385. Deuteronomy 4:20, "But as for you, the Lord took you and brought you out of the iron-smelting furnace, out of Egypt, to be the people of his inheritance, as you now are."

386. Ruth 4:20, "And Amminadab begat Nahshon, and Nahshon begat Salmon..."

387. 1 Kings 4:20, "The people of Judah and Israel were as numerous as the sand on the seashore; they ate, they drank and they were happy."

388. Nehemiah 4:20, "Wherever you hear the sound of the trumpet, join us there. Our God will fight for us!"

389. Job 4:20, "Between dawn and dusk they are broken to pieces; unnoticed, they perish forever."

390. Proverbs 4:20, "My son, pay attention to what I say; turn your ear to my words."

391. Daniel 4:20, "The tree you saw, which grew large and strong, with its top touching the sky, visible to the whole earth." 

392. Matthew 4:20, "At once they left their nets and followed him." 

393. Mark 4:20, "Others, like seed sown on good soil, hear the word, accept it, and produce a crop - some thirty, some sixty, some a hundred times what was sown." 

394. Luke 4:20, "Then he rolled up the scroll, gave it back to the attendant and sat down. The eyes of everyone in the synagogue were fastened on him." 

395. Acts 4:20, "As for us, we cannot help speaking about what we have seen and heard." 

396. 1 Corinthians 4:20, "For the kingdom of God is not a matter of talk but of power." 

397. 1 John 4:20, "Whoever claims to love God yet hates a brother or sister is a liar. For whoever does not love their brother and sister, whom they have seen, cannot love God, whom they have not seen." 

10 Things that Happened 420 Years Ago (1597)

Performance of Shakespeare's The Merry Wives of Windsor.

The Merry Wives of Windsor.

398. The first performance of Shakespeare's The Merry Wives of Windsor.

399. Jesuit Priest John Gerard escapes from the Tower of London.

400. Cornelius Boutman discovers the Indonesian island of Bali.

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401. Jacopo Perir writes Dafne, the first opera.

402. Yaqob I becomes Emperor of Ethiopia.

403. The first edition of Sir Francis Bacon's Essays is published.

404. Elizabethan theater impresario James Burbage dies.

405. Italian composer Virgilio Mazocchi is born.

406. Flemish painter Theodoor Rombouts is born.

407. English playwright Ben Jonson is arrested and charged with "lewd and mutinous behaviour" for co-writing the play The Isle of Dogs.

420 Miscellanea

408. 4-2-0 is a classification of steam locomotives.  

409. 420 is also class of dinghy.

410. The country code for making international calls to Czech Republic is 420.

411. Telephone area code 420 is unassigned in America and Canada.

412. The width of the Statue of Liberty's waist is 35 feet, which is or 420 inches. 

413. The 'Family Guy' episode where Brian tries to legalize marijuana in Quahog is called 420.

414. The unofficial title holder for World's Largest Joint weighed 4.20 pounds

415. There is an asteroid called 420 Bertholda.

416. America's 420th Field Artillery Battery fought in the Siege of Bastogne during the Battle of the Bulge (December 1944-January 1945).

417. 420 Seconds of Love (2002) is a short film written and directed by Sarah Walker. 

418. Some researchers suggest that middle-aged women need 420 minutes of exercise per week (60 minutes/day) to stay in shape. 

419. Bill Maher celebrated his 420th episode of 'Real Time' in March 2017 with a cannabis cake

420. If you multiply the numbers in Bob Dylan's song Rainy Day Women #12 and 35, the sum is 420.