Month: October 2015

  • A Day to Celebrate the Dead

    As the harvest period comes to an end and nature fades out to make room for the cold, barren ground of winter, the dead are celebrated. The Celtic festival of Samhain (SAH-in or SOW-in) occurs the night before November 1st, the Celtic New Year, when the divide between the dead and the living is at […]

  • A Month of Acceptance: LGBT History Month

    The month of October is more than apple-picking and Halloween costumes, it is a month of remembrance for the LGBT community and those who have fought, and continue to fight, for not just tolerance, but acceptance. Within every documented culture homosexuality has been evident, and yet, even today, the LGBT community still struggles for acceptance. […]