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Jordanian Jaunts

This trip requires a bit of context. Long-suffering readers will remember Alex from our Japanese adventures, where we visited Shinto shrines, wandered through whispering forests of bamboo, relaxed in onsen and discovered okonomiyaki. 1,194 more words


Monte Albán

Mar 8 – One of the many reasons to visit Oaxaca is its proximity to the ruins of Monte Albán, which was the largest city known in Mesoamerica, inhabited by up to 20,000 people, that thrived over a period from 500BCE to 1000CE. 319 more words


Tombs of Black Ink

Yesterday evening I was talking to David Black of The Black Hack about maps and fill styles for them for a new Black Hack release and I had a very different mental image of what a Black Hack Map would look like than what he was showing. 106 more words


Unmarked Dead

You leave your dead unmarked
Like it was a crime they were born
Was getting a tombstone hard
Must have unjustly implied scorn

Your life scattered to the Gale forces… 116 more words


Gongju 공주: Gongsanseong Fortress, Muryeongwangneung Royal Tomb, National Gongju Museum, the SeokJangNi Museum 석장리박물관

After the Chestnut Festival, roomie and I would drive to one of the Baekje UNESCO site – the Gongsanseong Fortress. The fortress is located within the city so it wasn’t very far away. 917 more words


In Syria’s Ghouta, shelters are tombs for the living

There have been many goodbyes in eastern Ghouta — more than 600 in the past two weeks. That is the estimated number of civilians killed in the Syrian military’s offensive to recapture the region adjacent to the capital Damascus, under opposition control for nearly six years. 288 more words

International News

Tombs Added To Bloodbath's North American Tour

Tombs have been added to Bloodbath’s North American tour. Here’s the dates for that run:

05/23 Los Angeles, CA – Regent Theater (no Tombs) (with Thrown Into Exile) 28 more words