I'm a Hindu who also celebrates Christmas. It's not as weird as it sounds. Everyone has their own Christmas traditions, just like my family.
As the little "innocent" trick-or-treaters stroll from house to house, many adults are inclined to dish out sweets left and right. But sensible individuals, like myself, know just how conniving these little kids really are.
With the infinite amounts of food and countless sugary desserts, you may find yourself over-eating during Thanksgiving and feeling crummy the next day.
It's the last weekend in May, which means that means schools close for a day, public pools open for the summer and, most importantly, malls are filled with sales. But wait, if these few days are meant for relaxation, then why do we call it Memorial Day Weekend? Oh yeah.
Ah, the holidays. They should be full of family, cheer and harmony. But let's face it; they're a little lacking in the food department.
On Saturday Dec. 10 Discovery Communications hosted the first "Tis the TLCeason," a holiday-themed celebration at Downtown Silver Spring's Veterans Plaza from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. for both community outreach and to support local charities.
While you all wait for that delicious turkey and pumpkin pie to finish cooking, we're here to recommend heartwarming, family classics to keep the holiday spirit up. These five Thanksgiving movies provide moments of loving family and the fully capture the spirit of the season.
This intrepid reporter has traveled all over the Internet to bring you the best ways to make Columbus Day special – or at least very, very interesting.
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