Archive for May 2017

History of the Summer of Love — 1967: Part 2, Sex

HISTORY OF THE SUMMER OF LOVE — 1967: PART 2, SEX “Make love, not war” and the call for “free love” represented a cultural shift in mores. Even The Beatles sang “All You Need Is Love.” If the ‘60s was the time of the “sexual revolution” the natural question is: who won? There were both…

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Memorial Day: Why We Fight

MEMORIAL DAY: WHY WE FIGHT The world is different than it was even a decade and a half ago as we celebrate Memorial Day. We have troops in countries now that we didn’t have then, and after 9/11 we now remember why we fight. The History Channel often re-runs the HBO series Band of Brothers,…

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History of Towel Day

HISTORY OF TOWEL DAY May 25 celebrates Towel Day as a day to honor Douglas Adams, the author of the five (or six) book trilogy Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy. Originally created in May of 2001 to mark the passing of English science fiction humor author Douglas Adams, the day is set aside for fans of…

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