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Cavalry Soldiers, Mermaids, Possums and Crafts

Today was an interesting day full of random and unexpected sights. I went outside on the porch to have a smoke and greet the sunrise and saw there was a dead possum on the lawn unexpected and not cool, then was buzzed by a drone someone was flying, unexpected but kind of cool. 220 more words

Exploring

AUTHOR OF THE WEEK

The author for this week is Ann McGarth. She is a history professor and director of the Australian Centre for Indigenous History at Australian National University. 374 more words

History

"AGENT CARTER": Fans and Romance

“AGENT CARTER”: FANS AND ROMANCE

When “AGENT CARTER” first aired last year, some fans were speculating on who would become Peggy Carter’s future husband. After all, 2014′s “CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE WINTER SOLDIER” revealed that by 1953, she was married and had kids. 670 more words

Television

Celebration of the Art of May Day

Growing up in North America, I first learned about May Day from pictures of Soviet military parades in my history books. I knew it was a Soviet national holiday but had no idea why until I learned about the Haymarket massacre and the strikes for the eight-hour day, which significant changed its meaning for me. 780 more words

Marxism