The 'two-spirit' people of indigenous North Americans
This week's guest editor, Antony Hegarty, is a fan of the book The Spirit and the Flesh. He asked its author, Walter L Williams, to write a feature for the Guardian/music on the 'two-spirit' tradition in Native American culture
The Eleventh Hour of the Eleventh Day of the Eleventh Month - Scheiss Weekly
This day used to be known as Armistice Day, in honor of the armistice that was signed on the "eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month"
Nostalgic Memes for the 80s and 90s Kids
Get out the walk man, fiddle with the cords to plug in the SNES and call up the neighbor kids, cause these returned us to a time in our lives that we completely took for granted. To continue chasing the dragon of your own youth, here are some funny nostalgic 90s life hacks. For the more decrepit among us, here's 70s and 80s nostalgia.
Remembrance Day, Poppies on Armistice Day. Cargo Trailer.
Still thanking the veterans and current troops.We have to remember that Veteran's Day started in WWI, nearly 100 years ago. ___________________ My memories of "Veterans' Day" are of "Poppy Day" in England during and after WWII. The Story Behind the Remembrance Poppy Field poppies growing near Connaught British Military cemetery on the old Western Front battlefields. This is the story of how the red field poppy came to be known as an internationally recognized symbol of Remembrance. From its…
Defining Moments in Canadian History — Cool Infographics
Happy Birthday Canada! To celebrate, American Appraisal has created the Defining Moments in Canadian History infographic to commemorate the last 147 years that have shaped Canada into what it is today. July 1st is Canada Day and from coast-to-coast, Canadians will celebrate our count