Tag Archives: Hanukkah

Brushing the Cobwebs

What’s the first Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Festivus, or whatever you celebrate during this time of year, that you can remember? Many such particular events come to my mind from various ages, but the earliest memory for me has to be … Continue reading

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The New Moon News

Full moons all have been given names. According to the Farmers’ Almanac, this forth-coming, last full moon for 2017 is called December’s “Full Cold Moon,”or the “Full Long Nights Moon.” Their reasoning for naming it such is quoted as follows: … Continue reading

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To Eat Or Not To Eat: Here Comes the Season!

At the threshold of another joyous, festive season, starting officially here on Thursday in the United States, the holidays seem to get here earlier every year. Merchants are biting on the bit and drooling already for a month-long spending spree … Continue reading

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