Archive - Jul 10, 2010

York Museums create history website

The York Museum's Trust Project has created a website dedicated to the history of York, England from the 1st century through the 20h century.

[MER] July Feast

The Shire of Thorngill is proud once again to present July Feast

Fool loses head in Washington

Ah, the beleaguered life of the fool! The Onion reports that "Motley, the official White House Jester, was beheaded Tuesday after delivering a poorly received jape about the spiraling national debt before President and Mrs. Obama."

[CAL] Tournament of the Virgin’s Breasts

Come join the Barony of Forgotten Sea for a weekend of tournaments, A&S classes, competitions, feasting and revelry – all for a very good cause.  All event proceeds for the weekend will go to the Susan G. Komen foundation for Breast Cancer Research.

[ATL] Silver Chalice XVIII

In Hidden Mountain, we are celebrating! Join us for an exciting weekend of fighting, feasting and revelry as we celebrate the 18th Silver Chalice!

[ATL] Flight of the Falcon

Come One, Come All! All Newcomers all day! Come share the experience of showing a newcomer what we are all about!

12th century Seitas studied in Finland

A team of archaeologists from the University of Oulu in Finland is studying seitas, sacred places of the indigenous Sámi people, some dating to the 12th century.

Tournaments Illuminated seeks metal-working articles

Tournaments Illuminated Editor, Mistress Doria Tecla, is requesting submission of articles dealing with the field of metal working for the Fourth Quarter (2010) issue of the publication.