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10 Can’t-Miss Fall Festivals

Celebrate the local bo Celebrate the local bounty with micro brews and wines, autumn foods, and one-ton pumpkinsunty with micro brews and wines, autumn foods, and one-ton pumpkins MANDY FERREIRA 1 of 10…

Bow Tie Day

A whirring noise in the distance, followed by a male in a bow tie and a female in a summer dress running out of a blue police box. A small wooden puppet with a large blue bow tie that is still there when the puppet comes to life. Or a…

Internaut Day

As the Internet of things advances, the very notion of a clear dividing line between reality and virtual reality becomes blurred, sometimes in creative ways. Geoff Mulgan The internet is the newest great frontier, a place where every…

Poet’s Day

Poetry… We hear the term bandied about all the time, and there isn’t a one of us that avoided writing some in our younger days. Whether that poetry was written by the dictate of our instructors in school, or driven by hormone fueled teenage…

Chocolate Pecan Pie Day

If you have a sweet tooth, Chocolate Pecan Pie Day is the perfect opportunity to indulge. You needn’t feel too guilty about grabbing a piece of pie, because pecans have all kinds of health benefits. They contain more valuable antioxidants…

4th of July in NYC Guide

Celebrate our nation’s birthday NYC-style this 4th of July. On Wednesday, July 4, 2018, NYC will be the best place in the country to celebrate Independence Day, especially since its the home to the incredible Macy’s Fourth of July fireworks…

5 Things Americans do on 4th of July!

Here is how Americans celebrate Independence day of the 4th of July! It’s that day of the year again. The 13 colonies of America had claimed independence from England on July 4, 1776. Over time, the 13 colonies were split into the 50…