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Fun Facts About Nothing Like the Holidays: An Ensemble Cast in a Family Christmas Movie to Remember

Without much in the way of action or special effects, Nothing Like the Holidays relies heavily on the solid acting of well-known actors and the moving story of the Puerto Rican Rodriguez family reuniting for Christmas. During the holiday, conflicts arise and secrets are revealed – not to mention lots ...

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Free Shipping Day – Holiday Shoppers Save Money Online

Free Shipping Day is an annual one-day online event that offers free shipping, convenience and great prices for last minute holiday shoppers. Holiday shoppers in the United States flock to the stores during the annual Black Friday sales extravaganza. Although the yearly event offers phenomenal bargains and doorbuster deals, standing ...

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Best Holiday Movies: The Hudsucker Proxy: Why Joel and Ethan Coen’s Romantic Comedy Is Ideal Christmas Viewing

With a score of cult and award-winning films to their name (Fargo, The Big Lebowski, No Country for Old Men to name a few), Joel and Ethan Coen, better known as the Coen brothers, have proved themselves to be intelligent and often offbeat directors and storytellers. The Hudsucker Proxy, released ...

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Balchik, Bulgaria: A Summer Destination for Relaxing Holidays

With rocky beaches and chic hotels facing the shores Balchik attracts thousands of tourists each year. Spend a week-end in Balchik, and discover its beauty. Balchik is a corner of paradise, the beloved residence of Queen Mary of Romania, a place of unparalleled beauty as many tourists describe it. The ...

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Catholic Holy Days June – December: Western Christian liturgical seasons and important days of worship during “Ordinary Time”

Christian Ordinary Time, from Pentecost Monday to the Saturday before the First Sunday of Advent, is a calm season punctuated by some special celebrations. All Western Christian liturgical calendars are based on the liturgy of the Roman Catholic Church. The year consists of six liturgical seasons: Advent Christmas Ordinary Time ...

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Ideas for Green Holiday Cards and Letters: Save Resources and Postage with Electronic Holiday Greetings

Instead of sending traditional paper Christmas letters or cards through the mail this year, create green holiday cards and letters and send them as an attachment in an e-mail to friends and family. Electronic holiday greetings not only save paper and postage but also the fuel and other resources required ...

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How to Give Unique Gifts: Personalized Christmas Gift Ideas

Showing a loved one how special they are, may involve surprising them. Gifts that are given out of the ordinary can be exciting to receive. Personalized gifts may be used more often than generic gifts that do not include any thought of the uniqueness of the individual receiving the gift. ...

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How to Create a Montessori Gratitude Jar: Creative and Meaningful Thanksgiving Activity for Children

Celebrating holidays with children often stirs up images of paper crafts involving glue and glitter, but hands-on Montessori activities that engage a child’s senses and are relevant to a child’s life are fun and more meaningful. During the month of November, many children celebrate the holiday of Thanksgiving with a ...

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How to Dress on St. Patrick’s Day – Think Green: Some Great Irish Costume Ideas for Parties and Parades

Everyone is Irish on St. Patrick’s Day and dressing the part is just one of the ways celebrants across the globe honor the vibrant, verdant spirit of the Emerald Isle. The tradition of wearing green on St. Patrick’s Day comes directly from the man for whom the day is named. ...

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