Palm Sunday and Good Friday fall on the same dates in 2017 as they did in 1865
Footage from 1947 highlights the power of the Passover story after the Holocaust
Joan Nathan, author of the new cookbook King Solomon's Table, sheds light on the roots of Passover traditions from around the world
A big day for beer
Friday is National Beer Day
They risked their lives to save others
The famous photo that would be the album cover for The Beatles album was taken 50 years ago. Here's how it came together.
Gettysburg photographer William Tipton took advantage of many opportunities to haul his camera equipment to[...] The post View from the Artesian Well appeared first on Gettysburg Daily.
The legacy of the Underground Railroad hero is undergoing a renaissance
A historian argues that the comparisons can only go so far
How understanding the 1970s lends an extra layer of meaning to the Oscar-nominated film
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A historian follows up whether a theory favored by Steve Bannon can provide a hint at what may come next for Donald Trump and the U.S.
By now, Budweiser ads have become Super Bowl mainstays, but the company’s 2017 big game commercial has still made news: The minute-long spot “Born the Hard Way,” made for Sunday’s match-up between the Patriots and the Falcons, tells the story of how the German-born co-founder of Anheuser-Busch immigrated to St. Louis in 1857 to start…
King Arthur is one of, if not the, most legendary icons of medieval Britain. His popularity has lasted centuries, mostly thanks to the numerous incarnations of his story that pop up time and time again.
The annual observance marks a moment in Australia's past that has not always been remembered fondly
The first national MLK Day was observed in 1986
Folks who spotted the name of Angelica Schuyler in yesterday’s posting might immediately have thought of last year’s Broadway sensation Hamilton. Angelica is a major supporting role in the play. Renée Elise Goldsberry first played the role and won a Tony Award for it. Show More Summary
You might not know their names, but they made history
The British duo became the first Western pop act to perform in the Middle Kingdom