Irving resident Joshua Herron yelled over the sounds of war. “Fireball, Fireball, Fireball!” he said. He raised his voice to make sure his enchantments were
A teenager was suspended from his Massachusetts school after he arrived on campus on horseback while dressed as a medieval knight.. Teachers failed to see
Pace University professor Martha W. Driver, author of Shakespeare and the Middle Ages, will be giving a free “Centerpiece Lecture” on Saturday, November 6 at
Hundreds of lords, ladies, courtiers, commoners and other folk coifed in styles circa 1500 created a time warp over the weekend at the San Joaquin
Nottingham Castle was transformed into a medieval village over the weekend for the 21st Robin Hood Pageant. Minstrels wandered through the grounds, King Richard I
A conference that looks like great fun: Dancing with Death: Warfare, Wounds and Disease in the Middle Ages. It is being held October 20th to
At the 2009 Boar’s Head event, the Society for Creative Anachronism organization participated in activities ranging from fighting tournaments to belly dancing classes and feasts.
Thousands of people packed The Meadows in Stamford over the weekend to watch re-enactors battle it out in mock displays. The Festival of History started