on November 25, 2020

I repeat this every year, your welcome guys!! Every year, countless families cringe as the annual carve the turkey debate rages on. So in the interest of harmony and Thanksgiving, here’s what the pro’s say. Six steps to serving the perfect Thanksgiving bird by Gerry Brown Carving, and serving, the perfect turkey Many beautiful Rockwellian Thanksgiving feasts have been spoiled when the golden brown turkey is hacked to pieces by an improperly trained carver. Whether […]


on November 18, 2020

With about a week or so to go, thoughts start to turn to Thanksgiving. THANKSGIVING IN AMERICA Thanksgiving is most commonly celebrated at home, with family and friends.  This is one of the things which makes Thanksgiving such a meaningful day and full of traditions with those closest to us. According to most historians, the pilgrims never observed an annual Thanksgiving feast in autumn. In the year 1621, they did celebrate a feast near Plymouth, […]


on November 11, 2020

Veterans Day is intended to honor and thank all military personnel who served the United States in all wars, particularly living veterans. It is marked by parades and church services and in many places the American flag is hung at half-mast. A period of silence lasting two minutes may be held at 11am. Some schools are closed on Veterans Day, while others do not close, but choose to mark the occasion with special assemblies or […]


on November 4, 2020

Election Day 2020  – Like the rest of this crazy year, it seems like it is one of the biggest wildcards in memory. With a record number of  mail in votes being cast in the Presidential race, who knows if a winner will be announced Election Night . And even if a winner is declared, there may be challenges to the result. But the U.S. does have a history of Presidential elections that took more […]