The Nevada Society of Scottish Clans a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to the perpetuation of ancient customs, literature, music, games and dress of Scotland and its people recently awarded Brett Palmer of Clan Scott ancestry with the prestigious 2017 Silver Thistle Award.Read More
Celebrate Elvis Presley, "The King of Rock and Roll," with a visit to the National Automobile Museum and view the famous 1973 Cadillac Eldorado Coupe once owned by one of America's most important cultural hip-shaking forces in history.Read More
Newest publication "Chicken Shack: Growing Up Black and Poor in Alabama During the 1940's, 50's, and 60's" from Fulton Books author Joe Nathan Hill is a wonderful memoir of a man who grew up in Rural, Rurban, and Urban Alabama under challenging social and economic circumstances.Read More
Both a master of arts and a skilled storyteller, Mark Joseph Mongilutz shrewdly interweaves fact and fiction in his tale of rogue swordsmen, wandering sailors, traveling samurai, and power-hungry lords. Whether you are drawn to the seafaring days of old or simply connect with swashbuckling yarns, Mongilutz has provided a tale you'll savor from first page to last.Read More
Futurist Jack Uldrich and Jeff Appelquist of Blue Knight Leadership are slated to take a group from the Iowa-based medical company, Fresenius, on a 3-day initiative to help the group anticipate change and develop leadership skills by emulating Lewis and Clark's daring journey into the Northwest Territories in the early 1800's.
In its second decade of ministry, Women Organizing, Mobilizing and Building, Inc. (WOMB, Inc.) invites you to their 2016 Sisters Sharing Convocation convening Friday, July 15-Sunday, July 17, 2016 at the Princeton Marriott at Forrestal in Princeton, NJ. This year's convocation opens with the Consecration of Bishop-Designate Dr. Barbara E. Austin Lucas as the First Woman Bishop of the Dunamis Covenant Connection (DCC) under the leadership of Arch Bishop Robert Joel Rochford, Sr.Read More
Just in time for graduation, Melissa Pikul, up-and-coming designer of armor-based jewelry and owner of Metals & Pieces, releases her limited edition summer line of exquisite jewelry gifts that will never go back in the box.Read More
On April 24th the world's largest Viking ship, Draken Harald Hårfagre, will set sail from her homeport of Haugesund, Norway and take on the challenge of crossing the North Atlantic Ocean, in the wake of the original Vikings a 1000 years before. The route takes her from Norway to Iceland, Greenland, Canada and USA.Read More
On June 18th, Berrysburg's historic Hill Church provides a bucolic backdrop to the Romberger All-Family Reunion where friends, food, fun and genealogy rule. Descendants of Bartel, the original immigrant ancestor for American Rombergers (and variations) meet once more to share info, make new family friends, and celebrate the life of the family association founder, Dr. John Romberger.Read More
The National Museum of Nuclear Science & History, a Smithsonian affiliated, congressionally chartered Museum in Albuquerque, NM, will restore the exterior of its iconic Boeing B-52B Stratorfortress, one of only four B-models in the world on display for public viewing. This non-profit Museum has launched a fundraising campaign on Indiegogo to help raise $60,000, half of the total cost to restore this airplane that has a surface area of over 2/3 of an acre.Read More
The Sobieski Hours, illuminated in Paris around 1430, and now housed in The Royal Library at Windsor Castle, is among the great works of late Gothic illumination.
QUATERNIO VERLAG LUZERN in Switzerland is the first facsimile publisher to have been given permission to reproduce a medieval manuscript from the Royal Library in a fine art facsimile edition.
Recent release "Iran, How a Culture Develops Pathology: The Pathology in Transition" from Page Publishing author Effie Miri, Ph.D. is both enlightening and educational; this work depicts the culture, religion and psychology of Iran.Read More
The Antique Piano Shop is proud to release a restored Chickering Victorian Grand Concert Piano that dates to 1861 that was originally commissioned to be a part of the Steamer Mary E. Kenne. This piece of American musical history includes involvement in the United States Civil War and is a highly desired antique piano.Read More
Elle Klass lives local to St. Augustine. The city is not only her favorite U.S. city but a playground for the paranormal; loaded with ghost stories and now Bloodseekers. She uses actual locations and includes pictures.Read More
Irish Today, Hung Over Tomorrow. Let's Get Ready To Stumble. Each year Irish culture is disparaged on the shelves. One NY-based company, founded by an Irish man has embarked on a quest to restore dignity and respect into the charade of Saint Patrick's Day branding.Read More