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July 6, 2013

Blog Archives

The Master List of Beard and Mustache Charts

We noticed so many cool beard charts on the net that we thought we'd do a public service of showcase a collection of the best ones.

Master Lists

Lost Photographs of 19th Century City Life in Britain

A curious photo archivist from Newcastle stumbled on an amazing treasure trove of street photographs from 19th century Britain.

Culture, Nostalgia

The Art and Culture of St.Patrick’s Day According to Zouch

We wanted to give you Zouch readers something special to peruse whilst you hoist your whiskeys and mugs of green beer this St.Patrick's Day.

Culture, Nostalgia

The Zouch Pamphlet, Uncategorized

Conjoint Words in the Age of Pixels

CoverCake. BlackBerry. TweetDeck. HootSuite. MySpace. GrubHub. Were Rip van Winkle to rouse from his sleep on today’s date, and encounter the above words, he may well take them to be...

Culture, Digital

Jane Austen by name, Badass Hipster Rebel by Nature

By the time Jane Austen reached 23 years of age, she had accomplished many things. This includes writing some short works known as her Juvenilia...

Books, Reviews
{POETRY} Johnstown Piano Concerto in A Minor

{POETRY} Johnstown Piano Concerto in A Minor

2 1/2 miles of lake tumbled down the high hill Of South Fork into the bustling steel mill town when the dam broke. Citizens were preparing their pride For the Memorial Day parade As guests checked into their Hotel California rooms to choke The sound of the marching band practicing outside

Literature, Poetry
Art Shots: Cloud Watching with Terry Fan

Art Shots: Cloud Watching with Terry Fan

Toronto artist Terry Fan, who studied OCAD University’s interdisciplinary program, works with ink, graphite and photoshop. He believes art is a multi-faceted thing is currently involved in a number of creative pursuits which include tee-shirt design, screenwriting, graphic novels and children’s book illustration.

Art, Art Shouts

Art Retros: Visions Of The Year 2000 from 1910

In 1910, French artist Villemard offered his curious and innovative portrayal of what life was going to be like in the year 2000.

Art, Art Retros, Culture, Nostalgia

“Valentines Day was better in the Dark Ages” by Chris Rhyss

Commentary, Culture, Essays

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