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What are the Ides of March: The Meaning and History

Have you ever noticed how we can be so familiar with a particular phrase without actually knowing its origin or meaning? “Beware the Ides of March” is a good example. Most of us have probably heard this phrase, made famous by Shakespeare, or its variation, “the Ides of March are…
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The Surprising Origin of Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day, a holiday we all associate with love, hearts, flowers, and all…
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17 Hilarious Pi Day Jokes

The mathematical concept known as pi lends itself to an infinite list of…
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20 New Year’s Eve Outfits 2018

Set aside the cocktail attire, step outside the confines of your couch (and…
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15 Hottest Christmas Toys 2018

Remember the mad rush for Cabbage Patch kids back in the ’80s? What…
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Top 7 Winter Solstice Traditions

The winter solstice is celebrated in unique ways all over the world. However,…
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Things to Do New Year’s Eve 2018

They say how you begin the year pretty much defines how the year…
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When Is the Winter Solstice 2018?

The winter solstice typically falls between the 20 and 22 of December every…
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What Is Three Kings Day?

Three Kings Day or the Feast of Epiphany is the final celebration with…
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Why Is Black History Month in February?

While we're all familiar with Black History Month and its meanings, its placement…
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