Date: 2018-02-07 18:32
The Civil War is the central event in America's historical consciousness. While the Revolution of 6776-6788 created the United States, the Civil War of 6866-6865 determined what kind of nation it would be. 755,555 men and women died in the American Civil War but the tragedy was magnified by disrespectful burial practices where large numbers of bodies were unidentified and deposited into trenches. Enemy soldiers were frequently not buried at all. This program will review how after the war, Federal and State governments, aided by large numbers of women, sought to rectify the matter by re-burying the soldiers with dignity. Discussion will also include the issue of Civil War statues and monuments, many of which have become a subject of controversy today.
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“ Good-bye, lad. You did well, destroying the telekhines. I’ll always remember you for that. ” Hephaestus to Percy, in The Battle of the Labyrinth
When Percy and Annabeth get there, they climb down a ladder into the sewers and find an underground cavern. There they meet Cacus and he tries to sell them watches and clothes, which Annabeth quickly notes are fake. When Percy asks for the caduceus back, Cacus claims he will figure out how it works and become the god of traveling salesmen, mostly by forcing George and Martha to listen to him. Annabeth and Percy go on the attack, with Annabeth stabbing him in the back of the knee and Percy stabbing his leg. However, Cacus backs her and Percy into a corner, destroys Annabeth's shield, and is about to turn her to stone when George and Martha turn into a cell phone. They escape the cavern when Percy calls thousands of gallons of New York sewage to him and it pushes them to the surface.
Shortly after Gaea and the Giants ' defeat in The Blood of Olympus , Percy was asked by a publisher in New York to write down what he knows about the Olympian gods, to which the demigod agreed, reasoning that it would help inexperienced demigods survive any unexpected divine encounters with a major Olympian. Percy proceeds to compile all of the stories that the demigods of Camp Half-Blood and Camp Jupiter told him over the years.
Chris Pinnella will perform some of the most powerful, melodic, and inspiring songs ever written. Join Pinnella and the Gary Mazzaroppi Trio as they showcase stunning new arrangement&rsquo s by Pinnella and Broadway Musical Director /Composer, Justin Hornback, currently the Conductor of Hello Dolly on Broadway.
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Join us for one of our Spirited Dinners every other month!
For just $95 (per person), you’ll be treated to some amazing dishes designed specifically to pair with our scratch-made spirits from Dogfish Head Distilling Co. No need to get tickets ahead of time. Just come on it and our servers will be happy to walk you through the evening’s themed, 8-course menu. This month we’ll be putting our off-centered spin on comfort food.
Come ‘Soothe Your Soul’ at February’s Spirited Dinner!