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5 Sites for Celebrating Easter

April 22, 2011
by Sarah Amandolare
Use these five Web sites to fully understand the significance of Easter, including Lent and Holy Week, and find fun tips for celebrating Easter with kids. The most basic and obscure of Easter facts will be revealed, along with historical context of this fascinating holiday.
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April 18, 2011
Passover is the Jewish spring holiday that celebrates the exodus of the Jews from Egypt, where they were slaves. Modern Jews often use the occasion to honor various types of individual, political and social freedoms. Create a Passover celebration that’s all your own with the help of these six links.
January 18, 2011
Living in a dorm is something that the vast majority of college students have to endure for at least a year. Here are some tips and Web sites to help you survive key aspects of dorm life: roommates, relationships, noise, the bathroom and drab décor.
January 16, 2011
We’ve uncovered a number of sites that host interviews and talks with notable people from many walks of life, including authors, politicians, actors and thinkers.
December 17, 2010
Do your parents still have the clay bowl you made for them in second grade? In many homes, it’s the simple, handmade gifts that are most appreciated. Parents aren’t the only ones that appreciate a gift made by hand. Visit the sites below to find ideas for gifts that you can make especially for the ones you love.
December 06, 2010
If you think you have the flu or a cold, it’s important to know what you’re dealing with: they can develop into serious illnesses if not treated, and influenza kills thousands of people every year. We’ve found five sites that can help you sort out whether you’re suffering from the cold or flu, and help you learn about fevers.
June 15, 2010
Use the Web to get excited about exercising. These seven sites are guaranteed to provide you with the inspiration you need to get moving, keep track of your exercise regimen, connect with others and discover adventurous ways to keep in shape.
May 18, 2010
If you've put off the planning, planting and weeding that come with springtime gardening, fear not! We've selected Web sites to help you put together a last-minute garden. You'll find advice for which plants bloom in your zone, and how to get your soil in shape.
May 05, 2010
Cinco de Mayo—May 5—is a festive, lively Mexican celebration that has become increasingly popular in the United States. These six sites summarize the history of the holiday, highlight some contemporary celebrations and make suggestions as to how and where to enjoy Cinco de Mayo.