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So the Puritans left the party early, and came to America, where they could better control the frivolity of useless entertainments like dancing around a maypole or wearing garlands of flowers to celebrate the end of gray and the beginning of green.
But before the parties started, Chris Cottrell spent a night with a crew taking part in the longstanding ritual of pole snatching. Twenty young men from the village of Stierberg huddled around old, musty couches in the open barn, a stolen 27-metre-
Morris dancers hold May Day bank holiday plan protest May Day celebrations in Hastings have grown in popularity according to organisers Morris dancers from Sussex and around England have held a protest in central London calling for the May Day bank
The summer after my senior year of high school, two friends and I were in Pamplona, Spain for the last day of the annual Running of the Bulls. After a night of sleeping outside on the ground amid the chaos of the festival, we were lined up in the
Julian Webster says she and other family members are planning another march to the club where he died to mark the second anniversary of his death this week. Sonia Webster said she and more than 30 people are planning to travel from Birmingham to
Channel Pay Genre History Channel, 9.30pm Irish writer, poet and TV presenter Christy Kenneally looks at world religions and tonight it's paganism. Kenneally flits about various ancient ruins and sites but, frustratingly, is unable to offer much
Edgars Youth Programme(EYP) has continued supporting football by donating 4 balls to St Julian High School. The Gayaza based school that partners with EYP recieved, 4 balls from the acting Team Leader Coach Saidi Segirinya,through the
The 31-year-old drew a crowd at the Apple Store in Covent Garden earlier this month ahead of his latest single, Love Again For The First Time's release. Tourists and iPad browsers' ears pricked up to the sounds of Julian's quirky piano melodies and
It was a day full of surprises for two Central Coast children who have already faced, and overcome, more than enough challenges in their short lifetimes. The Make-A-Wish Foundation of the tri-counties is pulling out all the stops to make their dreams
And amazingly the difference in the two images may uncover hidden secrets about how the brain works.