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5 Real Life Documentaries Everyone Needs to Watch on Netflix

It’s a known fact when it comes to binge watching shows, Netflix is the place to go.

Netflix (or as my mother likes to call it ‘Netflic’) is perfect for procrastinating, filling time, group movie nights and feeding your weirdly sadistic side with true crime documentaries. 1,007 more words

Journal

A Review of Ken Burns' "The Vietnam War"

I’ll confess outright that I love Ken Burns documentaries.  I’ve wallowed in Burns’ mammoth definitive overviews of the American Civil War, jazz music, the Old West, the national parks, WWII, and I came very close to the final innings of his mammoth definitive overview of baseball (I started yawning and felt a strong urge for a hot dog and beer, so I missed the last few pitches). 1,899 more words

History

Mankiller

Wilma Mankiller: you may not know her name, but you should.  She was the first woman elected Chief of the Cherokee nation but her story is more complex than any list of her achievements would imply. 431 more words

Jay

Journey To Vegan

My husband, Justin,  and I have been married for 1258 days (not that I have a tracking app on my phone or anything). We went vegan the summer of 2016. 681 more words

Vegan

NEW HOW-TO-PLAY TRAILER FOR RAILWAY EMPIRE

Kalypso Media has released a new “How-To-Play” trailer for its upcoming railroad simulation game, Railway Empire (2018). Beginning in the 1830, the game covers 100 years of railroad development in North America, with five distinct eras of steam innovation. 146 more words

Railroad

Unfractured

Greetings from Toronto’s Planet In Focus film festival, an environmental festival that highlights films that “question, explore, and tell stories about the world in which we live.” 323 more words

Jay