Taste the History
As the story goes, the Pilgrims stopped at Plymouth Rock in 1620 because the Mayflower had run out of its main hydration source: beer. Fast forward a few hundreds years and you'll find a Plymouth-based brewery spreading its reach across New England while remaining humble to its roots as a microbrewery.
Mayflower II Stops By
It was brief and under the cover of some heavy fog, but the Mayflower II stopped by New Bedford Harbor Tuesday night on her way back to Plymouth.
Credit ‘Mary Had A Little Lamb’ For Thanksgiving
So, did the history of Thanksgiving begin with the Pilgrims and Wampanoag Native Americans, or what? Sure, there was a celebration of a successful harvest in the fall of 1621, and you might say that Thanksgiving is based on that feast. But the current holiday of Thanksgiving can be more credited to the author of the classic nursery rhyme, "Mary Had A Little Lamb," Sarah Josepha Hale... R
10 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About the American Pilgrims
This week, families will come together from all across the nation for Thanksgiving. They will stuff themselves full of turkey, side dishes and desserts. Some will laugh and joke with relatives, while others renew old feuds and bicker with their cousins and siblings. No matter how your particular Thanksgiving winds up, you can thank the American Pilgrims for starting this long-standing custom. Read