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Dennis O’Neil: Of History And Time Travel

Okay, pay attention now because this won’t be easy to understand. First, a couple of news items: A time capsule buried near the State House in Boston in 1795 by Paul Revere and Samuel Adams was unearthed last week during some repair work. And scientists have actually seen some dark matter. They’ve been speculating about […]

Paul Revere time capsule retrieved in Boston

A time capsule buried in cornerstone of the Massachusetts Statehouse in Boston by Paul Revere and Samuel Adams in 1795 was recovered last Thursday. There’s been a longstanding water leak problem affecting the corner where the time capsule was sealed in plaster, so workers removed the cornerstone and called in conservators from the Boston Museum [...]

Centuries-old time capsule from Sam Adams and Paul Revere unearthed in Boston

A centuries-old time capsule was discovered in Boston on Thursday. Courtesy of Wikimedia Commons. A 219-year-old time capsule, believed to be originally buried in 1795 by Samuel Adams and Paul Revere, was unearthed Thursday in Boston. The...Show More Summary

"Oldest Time Capsule" in U.S. Unearthed in Boston

6 days agoGenres / Sci Fi : io9

History buffs, start your engines: CNN is reporting that a Boston crew has removed a time capsule from the cornerstone of the Massachusetts State House, believed to have been stashed there by then-Governor Samuel Adams and patriot Paul Revere. Read more...

Time capsule buried by Paul Revere and Samuel Adams unearthed in Boston

A time capsule buried by Paul Revere and Samuel Adams in 1795 was extracted Thursday after hours of chipping away at a stone block. Crews Extract 1795 Time Capsule From State House http://t.co/QEozrjTZuK pic.twitter.com/cgQWvkOjUO —Show More Summary

Time Capsule From 1795 Buried By Patriots Paul Revere And Samuel Adams Unearthed

An 18th-century time capsule, believed to be buried in 1795 by patriots Paul Revere and Samuel Adams, is in the process of being unearthed in Boston. The time capsule was left in a cornerstone of the Massachusetts State House, according to CNN. Show More Summary

18th-century time capsule buried by Paul Revere and Samuel Adams pulled out of Mass. State House

6 days agoNews : The Raw Story

A time capsule dating back to 1795 was extracted on Thursday from underneath a cornerstone at the Massachusetts State House, the Boston Globe reported. WCVB-TV reported that, according to historical records, the capsule was originally buried under the cornerstone by then-Gov. Samuel Adams, Paul...

Revisiting the Long Room Club

As long as I’m discussing how Boston’s pre-Revolutionary Whigs organized, I should go back to the Long Room Club. Back in 2013 I said that: the earliest printed reference to this group was in Samuel Adams Drake’s Old Landmarks and Historic Personages of Boston (1873), which cited no source for that information. Show More Summary

Why the ‘Shakespeare of the F-word’ is reading adults to sleep

last weekArts : Art Beat

Adam Mansbach, author of “Go the Fck to Sleep,” explains why Samuel L Jackson was his first choice for the audio book in this online exclusive. When Adams Mansbach published, “Go the Fck to Sleep” in 2012, he was not expecting it toShow More Summary

Taking Liberties

The History Channel released this photo to promote its upcoming series Sons of Liberty. According to the caption on its website, it shows: Dr. Joseph Warren [hmmm] Paul Revere [okay] Samuel Adams [snort!] John Hancock [come on] JohnShow More Summary

LISTEN: Bryan Cranston Narrates New Book Called ‘You Have to Fcking Eat’

last monthNews : Mediaite

First there was the audio book of Go the Fuck to Sleep, read by Samuel L. Jackson. Now author Adam Mansbach is back with a follow-up faux-children's book that's actually for parents called You Have to Fucking Eat.

Bryan Cranston Is the Perfect Narrator for You Have to Fucking Eat

Is there anyone better to play the exasperated father in Adam Mansbach's book "You Have to Fucking Eat" than Bryan Cranston? If the kid wouldn't listen to Samuel L. Jackson (who read Go the Fuck to Sleep), who better than the looming voice of Walter White to help straighten him... More »

Listen To Bryan Cranston Read 'You Have To F--king Eat' Like He's Walter White

First, we had Adam Mansbach's "Go the F--k To Sleep," read by Samuel L. Jackson. Then, LeVar Burton shocked every '90s child to their core when he read Mansbach's adult kids' book. Now, it's Bryan Cranston's turn. "You Have to F--king...Show More Summary

Listen To Bryan Cranston Read 'You Have To F--king Eat' Like He's Walter White

First, we had Adam Mansbach's "Go the F--k To Sleep," read by Samuel L. Jackson. Then, LeVar Burton shocked every '90s child to their core when he read Mansbach's adult kids' book. Now, it's Bryan Cranston's turn. "You Have to F--king...Show More Summary

Newswire: Bryan Cranston to narrate You Have To Fucking Eat

Bryan Cranston will be following in Levar Burton and Samuel L. Jackson’s foul-mouthed footsteps, having agreed to narrate the audiobook version of Adam Mansbach’s new not-really-for-children’s book, You Have To Fucking Eat. The follow-up...Show More Summary

"Justice Clarence Thomas, who has not asked a question from the Supreme Court bench since 2006, was expansive and gregarious."

"Justice Samuel A. Alito Jr., who can appear a little dour during arguments, revealed a lively wit. Justice Sonia Sotomayor said she was working to temper a combative questioning style 'that has held me in bad stead.'"So begins Adam Liptak's NYT article "Three Supreme Court Justices Return to Yale."Justice Thomas... Show More Summary

Review: Samuel Adams Kosmic Mother Funk Grand Cru

Keep your eyes open for the KMF: Samuel Adams’ limited edition grand cru beer, formally known as Kosmic Mother Funk. An aged Belgian style ale, it spends a full year in Hungarian oak casks, and here’s why: The inspiration for … Continue reading ?

“In consequence of the past misconduct”

On 5 May 1772, the North End Caucus decided to support four men as Boston’s representatives to the Massachusetts General Court, or provincial legislature: Thomas Cushing, Samuel Adams, John Hancock, and William Phillips. The next day, as I noted two days ago, the town met and elected those four men. Show More Summary

“Otis is in Confusion yet.”

On 6 May 1772, a Boston town meeting elected four men to represent the town in the Massachusetts General Court, or provincial legislature: Thomas Cushing, the House’s longtime Speaker; Samuel Adams, its Clerk; John Hancock; and William Phillips. Show More Summary

Review: Samuel Adams Octoberfest

Samuel Adams has a beer for every season, so of course an Octoberfest brew is in the hopper. This seasonal Munich-style/Marzen lager offers warming, roasted grain notes up front, plus touches of sweet maple syrup, cocoa powder, and cinnamon. Well balanced between … Continue reading ?

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