Once Upon A Time Meets Happily Ever After on Tell A Fairy Tale Day

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Gather around the fireplace and cozy up as you spin your very own Once Upon A Time yarn on “Tell A Fairy Tale Day” this February 26th. The reason fairy tales have existed for thousands of years is the all ages entertainment value of folkloric characters in stories that are grounded in historical truth. With [...]

Favorite Things To Do On A Record Cold Snow Day

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Remember when you were young and couldn’t wait to have a Snow Day off from school? The thrill of having the entire day to build forts, have snowball fights and go sledding. With record cold temperatures hovering in negative degrees and the wind chill factor being dangerously low, a Snow Day this year means staying [...]

The Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia Make History

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The 2014 Winter Olympics being held in Sochi, Russia beginning on February 7th are already making headlines!   As I cheer for the United States Olympic Athletes in their pursuit of gold, silver and bronze medals, I thought I would share some interesting news about the Winter Olympics being held this year. Olympic Torch Experiences a [...]

Celebrate National Bagels and Lox Day with a Traditional Sandwich

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February 9th is National Bagels and Lox Day and the best way to celebrate this traditional Jewish-American cuisine is to stop by your local deli or bagel shop and order up this popular sandwich. Originally found only in New York delis, you can enjoy bagels and lox all over the country! What Exactly Is Bagels [...]

Chinese New Year 2014 – Year Of The Horse

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The Chinese New Year begins on January 31st.  In China, it is observed with people taking weeks off of work to prepare for and celebrate this most important calendar event. At the start of a new year people like to read their horoscope to help them determine what they can look forward to in the [...]