New Year’s Eve

New Year’s Eve is on a Monday this year.  For many of us this is a work day.  Therefore, planning a celebration for such a festive day/evening might not be feasible.  However, never fear.  There will be tons of venues that have festivities to join in. How about joining in a Murder Mystery Party(Chicago)? […]

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Kwanzaa, a seven day celebration, was created in 1966 by Dr. Maulana Karenga. He was a professor from California State University.  As a result of the Watts riots, Dr. Karenga wanted to bring African-Americans together as a community. Through his research, he came up with a mixture of different harvest celebrations.  Therefore, by combining the harvest aspects […]

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Happy Holidays!!!
Christmas is upon us.  It is a sacred religious holiday.  It’s that time of year to commemorate the birth of Jesus Christ.  It is a cultural and commercial entity.  Thus, it’s time for shopping, decorating, cooking and celebrating.  Many movie classics will be airing.  Such as, Miracle on 34th Street, It’s a Wonderful […]

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Wright Brothers Day

In the U.S., December 17th is Wright Brothers Day.  It honors the brothers’ first successful flight in 1903.  The brothers, Orville and Wilbur, are the first to receive credit for building an aircraft with steering controls.  Thus, the Wright Brothers Day is in observance nationally since 1963.  Also, the December 17th date is shared with the […]

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Pan American Aviation Day

December 17th is Pan American Aviation Day.  This day is in celebration of the contributions to the aviation industry.  Also, it stimulates interest in aviation in American countries. However, this day is not a public holiday in the U.S.  The sitting president of the U.S. may issue an annual proclamation to observe Pan American Aviation […]

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National Guard

The National Guard is turning 382 years old!!!  On December 13, 1636, all able-bodied men between 16 and 60 years formed the National Guard.  Initially, in 1636 the servicemen protected Massachusetts Bay only.  However, today the personnel (men and women) defends both state and nation.  Also, they deploy overseas to handle natural disasters in the assistance […]

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Chanuka – Last Day

Chanuka, also known as Hanukkah or Festival of Lights, is a Jewish observance. The Last Day of Chanuka is on December 10th this year.   This period of time is for remembrance of the Jewish people’s struggle for religious freedom. Generally, it last for eight days.  Menorahs are lit daily.  You will hear a special prayer while the candles are […]

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Blessed Virgin Mary

Feast of the Immaculate Conception
The Feast of the Immaculate Conception is a Catholic observance.  It is a celebration of the belief in the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary.  As a result, December 8th is the date of universal honor.  It’s a legal holiday in Guam.  However, it is not a nationwide public holiday in […]

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Pearl Harbor

Bombs hit the U.S. Naval Base at Pearl Harbor, in Hawaii on December 7, 1941.  Causing injury to many service men and women.  As a result, many lost their lives. Pearl Harbor Rememberance Day is December 7th of every year. Therefore, it is the day to remember and honor the fallen service men […]

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