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News From Around the South 5/16 to 7/23 - KENTUCKY: Mills Spring Battlefield to Hold Memorial Day Services NANCY, Ky. — Mill Springs Battlefield National Monument and Mill Springs National Cemetery are working together to honor military service members who died in the line of duty. Memorial Day events will begin at the Mill Springs Battlefield with a remembrance ceremony at Zollicoffer Park to […]
Blaming the Constitution - Within hours of the tragic killings of 10 Americans — nine Black and one white — in a Buffalo supermarket by a deranged white racist last week, the governor of New York began calling for infringements upon personal liberty. First, she argued that social media platforms were somehow liable for these killings since they provided […]
Why Would U.S. Give A War Guarantee — To Finland? - Seeing Russia invade Ukraine, historically neutral Finland has undergone a late conversion and decided to join NATO immediately. Why? Because NATO membership means the world’s strongest power, the United States, under Article 5 of NATO, would go to war against Russia, should it cross Finland’s border. Nervous about Russian President Vladimir Putin’s intentions, Finland wants […]
What Is Soul Food? 14 Essential Soul Food Dishes - Before diving into this rich catalog of culinary traditions from the Deep South, learning what soul food is—along with its history—will deepen your appreciation of this rich cuisine. Incorporate classic soul food recipes into your weeknight dinner rotation, or make them for your next holiday meal. What Is Soul Food? Soul food is a type […]
News From Around The South 5/9 to 5/16 - SOUTH CAROLINA: S.C. Revolutionary War Site Tells Story Of Woman Who Spurred Defeat For The British FORT MOTTE — Lovers of history gathered at a hilltop near the Congaree River to remember a Revolutionary War battle that might have turned on one woman’s sense of patriotism and sacrifice. The gathering in Calhoun County on May […]