Greet the sun on the longest day of the year (in the northern hemisphere), perhaps as our ancient ancestors did thousands of years ago.
The newest episode of Second Decade takes a look at the personal and family tragedy of Britain's King George III, who waged a lifelong struggle with mental illness.
The table is laid for an early 19th century style banquet where you'd expect to see nobility and royalty. Not so much anymore.
Robert Horvat has been running a wonderful series on his blog called Five Favorite Streets, in which he asks a blogger to describe five notable [...]
Episode 3 of the history podcast takes us to the frozen streets of London in the winter of 1813-14, where something happened that will never happen again.
Here are five amazing places around the world that I have a personal connection to.
I've never reblogged anything from the Coastal Path blog before, but when I saw this article this morning I had to share it with you. [...]
No less than two people, dead for nearly 2,000 years, have been pulled out of this muddy field in Cheshire. What happened to them?
Britain's shocking vote to leave the European Union may be a sea change for Europe and the world, and not in a good way.
These modern people greeting the winter solstice are not so different than those who might have gathered here for the same purpose thousands of years ago.