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Mammy Yokum and The American Way

The alternative usage of newspaper is as old as the print medium itself. In our family discarded newspaper was used to wrap countless things like garbage, fish entrails or vegetable peelings for later disposal. Old newspaper was often used as … Continue reading

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Sadie Hawkins’ Day

Some historically important questions have no absolute answers and never will; and so it is with Sadie Hawkins’ Day.  When is Sadie Hawkins’ Day? It wasn’t just idle curiosity that drove me to do some research on this seemingly silly … Continue reading

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