Archive for March 2020

Ninety years ago today, the code of standards known as the Hays Code was put into effect, shaping the form and content off all mainstream film for decades to come. In this episode, Alaina teaches us where it came from, what purpose it served, and how it fell out of use. Is self-regulation a matter of morality or profit? Does power lie in the rules or their enforcer? Did people in the 1940s actually share beds?

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Happy St. Patrick's Day! Grant is celebrating by looking back at sainthood itself. The western church has been honoring holy figures since its earliest days, a practice that developed into a relatively new bureaucratic system. 

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Two Objects

From it's foundation, this is a show about the two of us sharing things we find interesting with you and with each other. In that spirit, Alaina is spending this episode talking about two things we all get our hands on without giving a second thought. Facial tissue is the end result of a new material developed for the war effort, and shopping carts are the result of innovation in the way we source our food. What parallels can be found between them?

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Please help our show succeed by sharing it. Send a link to someone you know and tell them what you enjoy about History Honeys. Rate and review us on iTunes, Stitcher, or whatever other platform you use to hear us. It helps so very much and we do appreciate it. You can connect with us on FacebookTwitterInstagram, or by emailing us at historyhoneyspodcast at gmail. The episode 96 prompt is: Who is your favorite Saint?

 
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