While no reliable autograph manuscript exists, a sketch of ten bars of the opening Allegro has been discovered, and the same leaf also includes one of the arias from the German opera Die Entführung aus dem Serail, on which Mozart was working during the latter part of 17.
We have Christian women, Republican ladies, Democrat women, blondes, brunettes, red heads, and everything else.
What better what to wrap up our month-long celebration than by shining a light on a woman who just made Hollywood history?
At age 51, acclaimed actress and Southern California resident, Viola Davis became the first Black American actor to win an Oscar, an Emmy, and a Tony in a competitive acting category when she took home the Oscar for best supporting actress in “Fences,” which was also a crowd favorite during this year’s Variety and AARP Movies for Grownups Screening Series.
The Derby kicked off with a rousing launch from Jeff Bridges.
It's always been a celebrity-heavy event, but it's hard to think of a better choice for this particular race.