JEWISH AMERICAN HERITAGE MONTH

Jewish American Heritage Month in May reflects on the contributions of the Jewish people to a young and growing Nation over its almost 250-year history. Like many in the United States, their culture and history go far beyond the founding date of the country. The Jewish people began establishing families, businesses, synagogues and contributing to …
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NATIONAL HUMOR MONTH

Why did a rubber duck cross the road? To see the rubber chicken! April is National Humor Month! Humor plays an essential role in our overall health. The ability to smile, laugh and play are directly related to the way we express our personality. It’s one of our more redeeming qualities. The more we laugh at …
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Adventures in April

April is the fourth month of the year and consists of 30 days on the Grеgоrіаn саlеndаr and іtѕ рrеdесеѕѕоr, the Julіаn саlеndаr. Itѕ nаmе is derived from thе Latin wоrd aperit, which means “tо ореn.”  In the Northern Hemisphere, April is a part of the growing season. The sun warms the earth, awakening the plants …
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Feel The Love February

While February is known to be full of paper hearts and chocolate, it has a few things going for it, despite being the shortest month on the calendar. February gets to the hart of the holidays that educate and makes us giggle at the quirky ones, too. February isn’t just about love; it’s more well-rounded than you think.  …
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Totaly Bingable TV

Good tv can be hard to find. While a lot of shows air everyday from soap operas, sitcoms, documentaries, dramas, fantasy, Sci-fi, and everything in between, sadly only some make some of us come back for more. We got rid of paid tv years ago… Why pay for hundreds of channels with absolutely nothing worth …
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CHRISTMAS EVE

Christmas Eve on December 24 kicks off a series of holiday traditions. Some are ancient practices with a modern spin, while others date back hundreds of years. Christmas Eve is filled with both religious and nonreligious traditions. Religious traditions center around the birth of Jesus. Different denominations have their own traditions. On Christmas Eve Roman …
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ANSWER THE TELEPHONE LIKE BUDDY THE ELF DAY

Answer the Telephone Like Buddy the Elf Day on December 18th encourages everyone to add some elf behavior to their day.  Buddy the Elf was played by Will Farrell in the 2003 movie Elf. Answering the phone like Buddy the Elf not only surprises unsuspecting callers, but it brightens their day, too. As your day goes …
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Pretend to be a Time Traveler Day, December 8

Outlander fans here is one more way to incorporate our obsession into our everyday lives. Channel your inner Claire and pretend you are a time traveler. Whether a trip through a stone circle, or a lightning storm and a Delorian, you can be from the past to this time or in Trekkie style imagine the …
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Now That’s Entertainment

Long day, week, just need a laugh, cry or to get away from it all. In todays world it’s as easy as the tv, tablet, cellphone, or bookcase. Spend time together or catch up with your favorites. Try some of my favorites…. Movies Marvels Avengers Star Wars Lord of the Rings James Bond 007 2021 …
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