1960s Poster Art
1960s Poster Art was popularized during the Fillmore West and Avalon Ballroom concert era 1966-1974 in San Francisco to promote and advertise upcoming concerts.
All Souls' Day
Odilo appointed the day following November 1st 998 to be set aside for the benefit of those who were trapped in Purgatory. It is called All Souls' Day.
Amalaki is an Ayurvedic herb used in many applications. It is a gooseberry with its origins in India. It is reputed to be anti-oxidant and anti-carcinogenic.
Angels are spiritual beings made of light. In Judeo-Christian traditions they are generally messengers from the Divine Godhead.
Ayurveda is a system of traditional medicine with its origins in India. Of chief importance is bringing the three doshas (humors) into balance in the body.
A bachelor pad is a common term for a dwelling inhabited by at least one man, usually in his early 20's to early 30's. Typically unkempt, spartan, and nerdy.
Big Foot, also known as Sasquatch, Yeti, Sassi and sometimes, simply, the Big Guy, is a large ape-like creature that roams the forests of the Pacific Northwest.
In American and other Western countries birthdays are generally celebrated with a birthday cake. After the singing of the birthday song the cake is served.
In many cultures it is a custom to give wrapped presents to a loved one or friend on their birthday. These are called birthday presents.
The Booneville County Fair (aka the Mendocino County Fair) is an authentic old-time country fair that features a carnival, livestock, and agricultural bounty.