Archive for the 'Southern' Category

Fredrick Douglass’ Mushy Memories

Somewhere between scouring and skimming chapter V of Fredrick Douglass‘ Narrative of the Life of Fredrick Douglass by Fredrick Douglass, which you can order on Amazon, and have picked out of a bin for you by a wage-slave, we found this depressing paragraph detailing how slave children were fed in the same way, and often with […]

It’s Crawfish Season In Fishtown, Y’all

Cedar Point Bar and Kitchen, the newish Fishtown spot specializing in old school American classics, is starting a new tradition. Every Thursday, they’ll be preparing a “Louisiana Boil.” While a traditional boil in South Lousiana mainly features crawfish, the folks at Cedar Point are throwing in shrimp, crab and mussels into the pot alongside the […]

Enjoy The Greatest Two Minutes In Sports At Rex 1516

Next Saturday is the 138th running of the Kentucky Derby, the only day when most of the sports-watching (and non-watching) public gets together to watch a bunch of horses run in a circle. It’s a spectacle. And if you can’t bring yourself and your largest hat down to Kentucky, why not bring ‘em to REX […]


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