Sarah and Bryan chime in while Eric leads and concludes their discussion about The Little Corporal.
With it’s 100th anniversary looming, Eric and Bryan begin to tackle what is certainly a pivotal moment in not just American, but World History: the start of World War I.
Photo: British Soldiers in a Captured British Trench, public domain, Wikimedia
Eric and Bryan kick off July with a slightly new format, discussing one of the monuments most synonymous with Americana: The Statue of Liberty.
Photo Credit: Bryan Moriarty
When I was a kid I loved to read. I still do. Sometimes, it’s nice just to sit, look, and immerse oneself in a story through art, and what picture book is more legendary than Where’s Waldo? Sorry, fellow Egypt enthusiasts, the Book of the Dead doesn’t count; hieroglyphs are representations of sounds and not just pretty little pictures. Back in the 80s and early 90s, Waldo was a worldwide phenomenon. The books were very popular and started a brand of popular t-shirts and clothing accessories. Waldo even had a TV show. So where the hell IS Waldo? I haven’t seen much of him lately.
Eric and Bryan continue their their epic conversation about “The War to End All Wars”: World War I.
Photo Credit: “Types of ordnance. British guns – elevated position mobile mount at the front during World War I,” Public Domain