Sunday Summary – June 28th, 2015

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So what did you miss this week?

Your weekly opportunity to peruse a whole week’s worth of articles on one page. We had music from Klingons and a new Steampunk Opera, visit to the land of Oz, more mask making instructions, and some other stuff . . .


Monday, June 22nd, 2015

June 22nd, 1911 saw the crowning of King George V, M. Leigh Hood gave us a fourth installment of Midsummer Mask-Making, and we celebrated 30 years of Return to Oz, the sequel to The Wizard of Oz.


Tuesday, June 23rd, 2015

On June 23rd, 1894, Alfred Kinsey, the author of Sexual Behavior in the Human Male (1948) and Sexual Behavior in the Human Female (1953), was born, and Calamity Dawn brought us some history and some recipes from Tiki Bar culture.


Wednesday June 24th, 2015

On June 24th, 1947, while flying near Mt. Rainier in Washington State, Kenneth Arnold, American aviator and businessman, claimed to have seen nine unusual objects flying in the skies, Dr. Pembroke reported back from Detroit and the “Under the Big Top Fashion Show,” and Lucretia Strange gave us 7 Reasons to Stop Comparing the Games of Thrones TV Series to the Books.


Thursday, June 25th, 2015

“Custer’s Last Stand,” also known as the Battle of Little Big Horn, occurred on June 25th, 1876, and Phoebe Darqueling brought us her monthly summary of Steampunk crowdfunded projects.


Friday, June 26th, 2015

On June 26th, 1917, US troops arrived in France to join the battle, we looked at the new Steampunk opera The Dolls of New Albion, and we invited those near Cincinnati to join us in the Cincinnati Pride Parade.


Saturday, June 27th, 2015

On June 27th, 1898, Joshua Slocum completed his solo sailing trip around the globe, and we revisited the Klingon music of il Troubadore.


Sunday, June 28th, 2015

On June 28th, 1838, the Victorian Era began with the crowning of Queen Victoria, and then it was time for the Sunday Summary 🙂


Coming Next Week . . .

Film reviews, book reviews, something kind of quirky, and a new writer or two?


 

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