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Sons of Liberty: Part I

The History Channel has released a three part min-series entitled Sons of Liberty. I got a chance to view part one this evening. Here are some thoughts in no particular order: 600 more words

World War One: The Unpopular Prequel to World War Two

This semester I’m taking a senior seminar on World War One, for many different reasons: it’s an important event that changed the shape of the world in the twentieth century, I want to know more about it, it’s the… 394 more words


Meet Appalachian Outlaw's Mike Ross, the real life Daryl Dixon

He is handsome, with muscular arms, long hair, and excellent tracking skills. He is a redneck survivalist, fighting the poachers and trespassers with tomahawks and homemade land lines. 59 more words

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History Channel Teases Vikings Season 3 with New Images

The third season of Vikings will bring all sorts of glorious bloodshed and drama to many fans, old and new. There hasn’t been too many promotional images that have cropped out for the returning show, that is until today. 184 more words


Evidence that Giant Humans Played Basketball

Archeologists digging near the ancient city of Troy have unearthed what appears to be a giant basketball. Dated at 6000 years old, the ball is made of mastodon bladders, and is nine times the diameter of current basketballs. 130 more words


History Channel shows the Carter years were worse than you remember

Ok, pretty much everyone knows that the worst place on television for information about history is The History Channel. This tweet should confirm it for anyone who was still on the fence. 179 more words


Meet Richmond author and Boomers and Shakers Honoree Dean King

RICHMOND, Va – Richmond native bestselling author Dean King visited the studio as one of this year’s Boomers and Shakers Awards Honorees. Dean has written nine bestselling books, including his latest nonfiction book, The Feud: The Hatfields & The McCoys: The True Story, which won the non-fiction People’s Choice award at the Library of Virginia Literary Awards. 60 more words

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