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July28th Buffalo Soldiers Day

One of the most famed cavalry units of the old west was the 10th US Cavalry, an African-American Regiment formed on September 21, 1866.

The term “Buffalo Soldiers” was given to the 10th Cavalry by the Native Americans. 485 more words

Unboxing The Bizarre

Anyieth Kuotz

Anyieth Kuotz is an African-Australian aspiring journalist who desires for a more accepting world. With a passion for culture and social issues she takes on topics that society faces in the hope of educating, enlightening, and enthralling. 88 more words


Haunted castle for sale

Wanna live in a castle and get haunted? Got £1.5million to spare? Yes? Happy days!

Woodcroft Castle is actually a bit of a bargain, considering it has eight bedrooms, 14.5 acres of land, a moat and a thoroughly good class of ghost. 122 more words


Lincoln (2012)

No sharks here, but instead a story about Abraham Lincoln’s attempts to pass an amendment abolishing slavery, directed by someone who once made a pretty cool shark film. 25 more words

Civil War II #4 Review

Civil War II #4
Writer: Brian Michael Bendis
Artist: David Marques
Colors: Justin Ponsor
Letters: Clayton Cowles
Publisher: Marvel

Disregarding the Free Comic Book Day and #0 issue, Marvel’s summer blockbuster Civil War II has come to the half way point with chapter number 4.   809 more words


The Book of Beloved (A Pluto’s Snitch Mystery) By Carolyn Haines

It’s June 1920 and America has gone through some major changes and is on the brink of many more. The Civil War ended 60 years ago and on December 6, 1865, with the ratification of the 13th Amendment, slavery officially ended in this country. 768 more words

Book Reviews

Marvel Continues Its Success with Doctor Strange this November

There’s hardly a Marvel flick that will be a success these days (save for some of the non-MCU flicks from time to time) and hardly a new character introduced that doesn’t end up becoming a new fan favorite. 47 more words