Thursday Feb 13
Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
Black History Month Family Day at MAG
"Go Tell It on the Mountain" is an African American spiritual believed to be composed by John Wesley Work Jr., who was considered one of the first African American collectors of folk songs and spirituals.
At one San Francisco post office, there was a five block-long traffic jam. 1973: The Who spent the night in jail in Montreal after causing $6,000 worth of damage to a hotel room.
History: Pushing the climate frontier
The first large-scale environmental surveys, carried out on the US arid lands, hold scientific lessons for policy-making still relevant today, explains K. John Holmes.
Dear Readers, Wendy Stokes , Lightworker, Channeler, and Author of The Lightworkers Circle Guide-a Workbook for Spiritual Groups , wrote a very interesting guest column about channeling for us in January 2013.