They don’t want no smoke with us🧯my young niggas stepin🇸🇴#PBS #OACShit 🥶🌍#FREEYOUNGBLACK💙
Pull up to Blue Cue Every First Friday May 3rd and come kick it with the people’s frat, FREE Entry and $5 drink specials. Come out and support. Starts at 9pm. #sacramento#bluecue#turnup#pbs#BluPhi GOMAB🤘🏾🔵 Dress Code STRICTLY ENFORCED Collar shirts Dresses Recommended for ladies. NO SAGGING NO HOODIES NO GANG ATTIRE
One of my dearest friends in Kingston, NC lives next door to Chef Vivian Howard. #PBS#AChefsLife
Yeah, it’s still Passover—Courtesy PBS: The American Experience
The same night that the U.S. entered WWI - April 6, 1917 - was also the Eve of Passover, Erev Pesach. Any observances made by members of the American military that day were personal affairs. Within a week, the Jewish Board for Welfare Work (now the Jewish Welfare Board) formed to support Jewish affairs in the military. They worked to ensure Jewish members of the American military could observe the Passover Holidays while serving in WWI, including this Passover Seder held in Paris, France in 1919.
IMO there must have been a million matzo balls!