The Full Moon Post – September 2014, Mabon and Pumpkin Beers

The Full Moon Post – September 2014, Mabon and Pumpkin Beers

[AUTHOR'S NOTE: Due to circumstances beyond my control I'm a day late with this month's full moon post.  The September full moon was yesterday.  I  hope you got a change to enjoy it.] Fall is here.  OK, not really.  The specific geometry that officially marks fall from a seasonal aspect doesn’t arrive until September 22nd, … Continue reading

Class In A Glass: Dogfish Head’s American Beauty

Class In A Glass: Dogfish Head’s American Beauty

A lot of craft beer buzzing has been made in my area recently when DFH announced that the next in their line of musical inspired beers, “Beer Thousand”, inspired by the 20th anniversary of Guided by Voices album Bee Thousand would soon be available in both bomber and 12oz bottles.  Possibly overlooked with that announcement … Continue reading

What We Did On Our Summer Vacation – Salem Massachusetts

What We Did On Our Summer Vacation – Salem Massachusetts

With previous years revolving around trips to big destinations (Key West, New Orleans) this year we decided (or maybe the decision was made for us) to scale down the vacation and after what seemed like very little back and forth, we decided to spend a week in Salem Massachusetts. Why? I don’t know, I’ve always … Continue reading

Local Delaware Brewers Take the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Local Delaware Brewers Take the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Unless you’re totally off any form of social media, or you live under a rock (hmmm, I guess now a days they’re pretty much the same thing, huh?) you’ve no doubt seen people you know, and many that you don’t, pouring buckets of ice water over their heads. The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge has been … Continue reading

The Full Moon Post – August 2014

The Full Moon Post – August 2014

You might have noticed that I didn’t do a full moon post in July.  That’s because July is a quiet month as far as spirituality is concerned, but August picks it back up again on the 1st which marks Lammas, the first of the Autumn or harvest festivals with Mabon (autumnal equinox) and Samhain (Halloween) … Continue reading