“Samosa Pot Pie & I’ll Shut My Mouth” ...or open it again for another one! This most requested dish will be on the menu this Saturday, along with a limited batch of chickpea ones we are currently calling, “Can You Make Me a Choley Samosa?”
After working my way through rows of records for way too long, I wondered if these artists knew that years after they’re gone, people would still be flipping through their music. Did they know, somewhere deep down, that their work would span generations? Or were they just doing what most artists do: creating what’s in their hearts and hoping someone would understand it? ❤️
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I should obviously never make late night video promises on Instastory but, since you’re calling me out on it, I’m following through. (Ignore the fact that I shot this in my entry. I have insanely light-sensitive eyes and there are very few spots here conducive to shooting video.) I promised myself I’d post the first and only take. I’ll up my game next time but I know if I let myself reshoot it once, it would turn into 100 times and I have stuff to do. I’m saving my perfectionism for the jewelry. 😉 Also, if anyone knows independent shops that sell this online, let me know so I can recommend people order there. The shop I bought mine in doesn’t have an online presence. 🖤🔮🎩 #gthbookcoven •
Practical Magic: A Beginner’s Guide to Crystals, Horoscopes, Psychics, and Spells by: Nikki Van De Car
Update: They definitely sell this at Urban Outfitters. Ro found it online. I knew it! 😂 Don’t buy it there, buy it from an independent book or metaphysical shop.
Barren County, 1906-1992) In an era harsh for both women and African Americans, Willa Beatrice Brown sought great challenge. Influenced by aviatrix Bessie Coleman, in 1934 Brown began flight lessons at Chicago’s Aeronautical University. In 1942, she became a training coordinator for the Civil Aeronautics Administration and a teacher in the Civilian Pilot Training Program. Brown trained more than 2,000 black pilots, nearly 200 of which became the Squadron at Tuskegee Institute, better known as the legendary “Tuskegee Airmen
Have you heard of @thetrustees #Hike125 challenge?
It’s a challenge to get more people outside on their network of trails totaling over 350 miles. What’s even better, you might have the chance to win prizes from @rei if you log the most miles and visit the most places
Check out the link in our bio for more info and take your fitness into nature 🏕🍃🍄
It's Thursday and that means it's time to put the spotlight on another performer lined up for this year's Seedtime on the Cumberland (@seedtimefestival) at Appalshop in #whitesburg , #Kentucky (June 1-2.) One of the most treasured and revered traditional Appalachian musicians of our time, Lee Sexton, still continues to pick the banjo and regularly tour when not at home with his wife Opal and his beloved garden.
June Appal Recordings issued an LP of Lee playing traditional material–Whoa Mule–in 1988, and an expanded CD version of the album was released in 2004, featuring an additional 40 minutes of music. In 1999, he was presented with the Kentucky Governor’s Award for Lifetime Achievement in the Arts. Also known (by some) as “Mr. Seedtime,” we’re delighted to welcome Lee back to the Seedtime on the Cumberland stage; we’re not sure where we’d be without him.
Visit www.seedtimefestival.org for a full line up and more information!
This is a photo of me with an American black bear from last summer’s Wildlife Summer Camp. This required class for Wildlife & Fisheries majors gives a week-long, hands-on field experience with opportunities including traveling to Rachelwood, PA and working with the PA Game Commission to learn mark/recapture techniques for black bears.
This leads me into the discussion of my capstone research. I, along with my group members @west_virjillian @blaylockk15 will be traveling to 3 different WV wildlife management areas this summer and doing some dirty work. We’ll be collecting vegetative samples (excluding trees) from the entire area as well as collecting bear feces. We are then going to plant the seeds we collect from the feces and see what grows in comparison to the vegetative samples. This will help us in our objective- “Analyzing the viability of American black bears (Ursus americanus) in the Appalachians as seed dispersers.” We’re all really excited about this study, especially since we were gifted a grant of $1000 to carry out our research. This research, though it sounds simple, could implement a new twist into studying just how our plants are dispersed to new areas by animals such as black bears. Feel free to message me if you’d like to learn more about the capstone experience and your possibilities with research.
My team and I are also open to volunteers who may like to experience the field work and help us on our site collections. Remember, field experience looks great on a resume or graduate school application! Message me with questions or inquiries. :) @morganlferrebee @wvudavis @wvuwildlifesociety @dnrwv #americanblackbear#seeddispersal#plants#appalachian#wildandwonderful#wvwildlife#research#fieldwork#volunteer#undergradresearch#wvudavis#wildlifeandfisheries
Many thanks to @bob.keyes for making the trip to Bethel to talk art and to the @portlandpressherald for making the editorial investment in covering the arts in rural Maine, sending a reporter and photographer to Bethel couldn’t have been cheap....The last time my mug was in the paper the photographer had me cross my arms so I looked like a smug a-hole, hoping to go the extra mile this time and really get sassy!