Archive for 2011

Old-School New Year’s Day Food: From the South, North or Midwest – its Imported

Holidays, as celebrated throughout the United States, are closely tied to annual feasts of traditional foods. Thanksgiving has its turkey and pumpkin pie, Christmas its goose, Hanukah its fried potato pancakes, St. Patrick’s Day is usually marked with plates of… Read More ›

The Christmas Crazy Target Lady: Official Symbol of Black Friday

Cupid symbolizes Valentine’s Day. Easter has its Bunny. And now its official: The Crazy Target Lady is Black Friday. Since 2009, Target has well-targeted those shoppers anticipating the big holiday sales who skip Thanksgiving to stand in line for upwards… Read More ›

Sex Lives of the Pilgrims: Girls Gone Wild, Gay Guys, An Orgy, Incest & Goodwives Chasing Native Men

“Puritanism,” said legendary wit H. L. Mencken, “is the haunting fear that someone, somewhere, may be happy.” Clearly, Mencken never pawed through the court record of Plymouth Colony‘s first generations of Pilgrims. In them, one finds eye-popping details of every… Read More ›

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