If you only had one day to visit Honolulu, Hawaii, you are hopefully there today or about to arrive. June 11 is one of those rare holidays in the American Pop Culture which manages to serve as both a solemn… Read More ›
Different demographics in different regions shaping Holidays with American style.
No matter how enjoyable the process of storytelling, not even pecking out patterns of words while chained indoors to a little electrified box of plastic and metal can trump the pleasurable sights discovered while strolling the streets of San Francisco… Read More ›
Fruitcake at Christmas, hot dogs on July Fourth, beer for St. Patrick’s, turkey on Thanksgiving. And, the quintessential American food favorite for Easter? Surpassing the hard-boiled matter once those decorated eggs are cracked, not to mention asparagus, jellybeans, lamb or ham, and… Read More ›
Seeing a dragon parade the streets of San Francisco or New York this time of year might not be shocking, being the symbol of Chinese New Year, which began several days ago, with festivities continuing for about two more weeks…. Read More ›
There may not be a trace of French in the Deep South accent of Alabamians and New Orleans may seem to have the lock on Mardi Gras, but it all started as a Catholic holiday in the first French colonial… Read More ›
Everyone in every State of the Union know the Big Dozen: New Year’s Valentine’s Day, St. Patrick’s Day, Easter, Mother’s Day, Memorial Day, Father’s Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas. In between these primary holidays there still… Read More ›
It’s often posited that how a President and his family live in the White House not only reflects contemporary Pop Culture but that news about otherwise mundane details of their choices can often lead the nation’s people towards or away… Read More ›