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the aristocrats

Mary Phelps “Polly” Jacob—inventor, publisher, raconteuse—was born on April 20, 1891, and lived an unprecedented life.

Jacob was a Boston blueblood from a long, notable lineage: known ancestors included a knight of the crusades, the founder of Dorchester, the first governor of Plymouth colony, Robert Fulton (steamboat inventor), and her father, who invented the question mark. 1,795 more words

History

Food Review: Bacchanalia at Hong Kong Street | Innovative creations by Chef Ivan Brehm

The Place Previously located along Coleman Street, Bacchanalia reopened at a new space in Hong Kong Street a few months ago, boasting a more intimate 36-seater dining space with its open concept kitchen. 628 more words

Food

19 Crimes

from this container

we seek epiphany

Bacchanalia!

TJ’s Household Haiku Challenge

My Poetry

Bacchanalia

Bacchanalia is one of the many fantastic restaurants operated by Star Provisions in Atlanta, Georgia. I heard about it through the grapevine, and so decided to try it out. 142 more words

Foodie

Department of Geography (Bacchanalia Subsection)

A new addition to the Monoversity Library; Ewan Munro’s London pub database.


The Faltering Fullback, Perth Rd, N4. Photo; Ewan Munro.

Library

47. Bacchanalian Revel

Here’s one of Hegel’s figures that deserves its own passage, free of the evanescent correlatives of quotidian life, the plumage that adorns it piece-meal:

The True is thus the Bacchanalian revel in which no member is not drunk; yet because each member collapses as soon as he drops out, the revel is just as much transparent and and simple repose. 149 more words

Pigeon Of Minerva

Bacchanalia (Zadar)

Hello everyone,

it’s time to give you insight on another event in Zadar.

This time it was some kind of Roman festival which was… 115 more words

Zadar