An explanation of why we celebrate Repeal Day, and the profound ramifications this historic event had on today’s culture.
Juneteenth, an annual holiday commemorating the end of slavery in the United States, has been celebrated by African Americans since the late 1800s. But its meaning and origin are still not widely known throughout the world
Kentucky and bourbon have become synonymous with each other since the original rise of spirits in the 19th century. But, does that mean bourbon must be made in Kentucky?
Thanksgiving is a chance for loved ones, be it family or friends, to come together and catch up on new life happenings and just be together.
Toasting is a tradition as old as time; something that we do largely without really thinking about it. It’s the natural reaction to a celebration, an event big or small, any and all occasions.
We live in a place that’s rich in history and has deep roots in our current and ancient cultures from past lives.