history

It's National Pancake Day! How Flapjacks Have Evolved Over the Last 30,000 Years

We can all appreciate a plate of delicious, fluffy pancakes, especially on National Pancake Day, which is on Sept. 26. But this simple breakfast delight has a complicated history. The first clues that people ate flour mixed with water was around 30,000 years ago. National Geographic says remnants...
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Miranda's on Another Black History Road Trip #3

The Block decided to go on a road trip each week to highlight places in SC that you and your family could travel to and have more of a conversation about African American History. This week we didn't have to go far, we went to the Hughes Main Library in downtown Greenville. Many people visit a...
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Black History Road Trip on the Block #2

The Block decided to go on a road trip each week to highlight places in SC that you and your family could travel to and have more of a conversation about African American History.The 2nd place that we highlighted during Black History month on the Block was Bertha Lee Strickland Cultural Museum...
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Black History Road Trip in SC on the Block #1

The Block decided to go on a road trip each week to highlight places in SC that you and your family could travel to have more of a conversation about African American history. You won’t have to travel far to visit Springfield Baptist Church which was our first site on our list of places that the...
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