Tuesday, April 30th, 2013


2,000 Year Old Pipe Discovered in Ohio

COLUMBUS, Ohio — By Michael O’Malley, The Plain Dealer Ohio has an official bird (cardinal), a flower (carnation), an insect (ladybug) and even a reptile (black racer snake). Oh, and a fruit (paw paw) too. Now the state is about to have an official artifact — a 2,000-year-old stone tobacco pipe discovered more than a century ago in an ancient Native American burial ground near Chillicothe. It’s a seven-inch long pipe carved in the image of a primitive man wearing a decorative loin cloth, large-loop earrings and ceremonial headgear. TheRead More

Father the Flame Documentary

  I’ve been seeing quite a few good videos coming out preaching the story of pipe smokers. Here is on certainly worth checking out from our friends at The Pipe Parlor. [vimeo http://www.vimeo.com/60927741 w=400&h=300]