- Okay, Witches – It’s almost Samhain and I’m so giddy I could shout from the rooftops in Parseltongue. For those of you not familiar with Samhain (pronounced SAH-win in English, the m is silent), it marks the end of the Celtic calendar; a time when the veil between this world and the Otherworld is thinnest. Celebrated starting at sundown on October 31 through November 1, it’s a high holiday for Pagans, witches, Druids, and Wiccans who commune with the dead, scry, and plan for the upcoming...
October is upon us, ushering in the end of the harvest season and the beginning of the dark, solitary days of winter.
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We all know the stories well. A beautiful girl with questionable taste in foot wear makes a mad dash for her carriage at the stroke of midnight before it turns into a pumpkin.
Okay, Peeps – Thanksgiving is right around the corner. And while most of us are obsessing over cooking the perfect turkey or whether to serve both mashed and sweet potatoes, there’s a dark horse in this meal, waiting patiently to take its rightful place at the adult table.
Okay, Witches – It’s almost Samhain and I’m so giddy I could shout from the rooftops in Parseltongue.
Sure, we may be one tweet away from a Gilead-like dystopian hellscape, but the holidays are coming so let’s talk pie!
Okay, hive mind: what is the most important insect on the planet? You probably already guessed it’s the bee, but do you know why?
Fast food. The quintessential slice of Americana. It’s as synonymous with the American Experience as baseball, apple pie, for-profit health care, and stacked Federal courts.
So, the next time you reach for that bottle of Pinot or Petit Syrah for your weekly Game of Thrones cosplay consider this: you may be drinking a vintage that was once enjoyed by Julius Caesar himself…