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Phagwah - Powder
In an Indo-Caribbean community an ancient festival of spring is celebrated with colored baby powder.
-- Mar 6, 2015

Phagwah - Meaning
The most joyful festival of the Indo-Caribbean culture is in early spring. Phagwah is a celebration of the rebirth of nature and the spirit of young love.
-- Mar 5, 2015

Tully Ice Harvest - History
These days, if you want ice, you just go to the freezer and get it. But some folks remember when ice was delivered door to door in huge blocks.
-- Mar 4, 2015

Tully Ice Harvest - Cutting
At an annual festival in upstate New York, they cut blocks of ice out of a frozen lake and pack them in sawdust. In the summer, they'll use the ice to make homemade ice cream.
-- Mar 3, 2015

Tully Ice Harvest - Prepare
Every year at this time, folks in Tully, New York, harvest ice out of a frozen lake the old-fashioned way, with horsepower and antique tools.
-- Mar 2, 2015