The History With a Twist blog takes us to one of the darkest holes in all of Europe during its heyday, and now one of Ireland's most popular attractions.
Dr. Henry Abramson profiles some startling new scholarship on a fascinating text from the Holocaust era, with major implications in Jewish history and theology.
A while ago I reblogged a post by travel blogger "KNYCX" about his trip to Amsterdam, a wonderful city that I myself fell in love [...]
This has been a terrible and tragic summer for climate change. Given the double-barreled dose of warming-fueled catastrophe that struck the US in just two [...]
It's been a while since I've shared anything from ThorNews, but this article caught my eye about the fascinating restoration of a 9th century Viking [...]
It's been a while since I reblogged an album review, much less a classic album. But old time 80s rocker Mike Ladano couldn't resist revisiting [...]
One aspect of history that doesn't get nearly enough attention as it should is the music of the past. People in all eras were surrounded [...]
Amsterdam is a fascinating and invigorating place. I was last there in 2003, way too many years ago, but I definitely want to go back! This [...]
A collection of ship pictures painted on glass tells an interesting story of the salty days of maritime New England in Early Republic times.
Streets of Salem has a somber tribute to the soldiers whose sacrifice helped establish America, not so long ago.