Forget the sales. We’re talking culture. Today is Native American Heritage Day, so here’s a list of facts you may not know about their lifestyle and how they influenced America today.
Month: November 2020
Here’s The Real History Behind Thanksgiving
Photo courtesy of History.com. When you were in kindergarten, a few days before Thanksgiving, you most likely sat at a big table with your classmates. […]
SoCul’s 10 Thanksgiving Dishes From Around The World
Think of your traditional Thanksgiving dishes. Now scratch that — we’re going to show you other dishes from Latin America, Philippines and more that you can bring to the dinner table.
SoCul Staff Picks “Thanksgiving” Songs!
Thanksgiving is right around the corner and we decided to select some classic and modern songs that talk about family and feel-good things. Jam out […]
Despite their struggles, Giants and Jets fans have not given up hope
The New York Giants and Jets have had a rough start the season, and it seems to keep getting rougher. Still, these Hudson County fans say they still think they have a chance.
SoCul’s Top 14 Thanksgiving TV Episodes
This holiday season will be different. Sit back with our staff picks for Thanksgiving TV episodes! We’re watching Fresh Prince, How I Met Your Mother and more.
Hudson County Diaries: A Nighttime Walk Through 3 Towns
Hudson County Diaries is an ongoing Slice of Culture series where we take photos of people, places and things throughout the diverse county. In this part, we’re walking through West New York, North Bergen and Guttenberg.
How to Make Elote (Mexican Street Corn)
Sometimes, the best recipes are served at home!
Writers of Tomorrow: Coming of Age in Filipino Culture
But, what about the writers of tomorrow? People who live today who could be future best sellers? Future masters whose works will stand the tests of time and last throughout the ages.
Money Talks – A Week in Jersey City With A Working College Student
Money Talks is a Slice of Culture series where we ask real people in Hudson County not only how they make their money, but also how they spend it, specifically during a seven day period.