• The Medieval Period vs. The Renaissance

    From Viking gatherings to pirate fests, fairy conventions, and cultural festivities, America has no shortage of faires and festivals to attend during the year. Renaissance faires are no exception. With a renewed interest in the mainstream cultural consciousness, we’ve seen everyone taking advantage of the renewed popularity and spreading the news by creating content through […]

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  • Exploring New Hobbies with Dippin’ Fun

    The term ‘hustle culture’ is something most of us have become familiar with over the last few years. The phrase denotes the sense of urgency, devoting one’s self to a ‘side hustle’, one usually based on your hobby or craft, in order to make a little extra cash. It became extremely popular over the course […]

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  • 1572 Roadhouse Bar-B-Q is Open for Business!

    Summer barbecue is a thing of beauty. On a sunny day, the rich scent of smoked meats mingled with sweet and tangy sauce is something you start to carve this time of year. I know a lot of us are cleaning up our own grills in preparation for burgers and steaks. But if you’d like […]

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  • Mental Health Awareness Month

    Mental health is not something we openly discuss. Maybe it’s the way most of us were raised. You don’t talk about that kind of thing in public. It’s a private concern, perhaps even a family one, and therefore nobody’s business but your own. The downside is that this perspective often leads those of us suffering […]

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