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Bwa-ha-ha-ha!!!! It was on May 26, 1897 that Irish author Bram Stoker published the novel that is the main reason his name is still known over a century later…. Dracula. The way we view vampires has never been the same … Continue reading →
Divorced, beheaded, died. Divorced, beheaded, survived. That’s the macabre mnemonic that’s been taught for years to remember the fates of each of King Henry VIII’s six wives. It’s that second one in line that is probably the best remembered of … Continue reading →
On May 12, 1846 two pioneer families and their assorted posse left Independence, Missouri, following a long wagon train westward to California along the legendary Oregon Trail. While nobody remembers the Reeds, that other family name is well known in … Continue reading →
In the United States, when an 18 year old runs amok and tears shit up, we slap them on the wrist and maybe make them pick up some litter off the side of the road. In Singapore, they beat your … Continue reading →
On April 28, 1973 the latest edition of US Billboard 200, which tracks the sales of record albums, was released and had a new entry at the top of the list… a certain Dark Side of the Moon by the … Continue reading →