STAFF BLOG THE AREA VOICES COMMUNITY We want your Christmas memories and traditions!
What I love about the Areavoices Community is the opportunity it gives for everyone to weigh in.
That's what I like most about one of our newest blogs, "Traditions of the Season"
We're asking everyo... Posted on 12/5/12 at 5:06 PM
THE MINNESOTA BASHAW BLOG What are your Christmas Traditions?
I have always associated Christmas with family traditions. During the Christmas season my pare... Posted on 11/30/12 at 1:43 PM
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For the past five years or so, I have createda family calendar each year and distributed it en masse to the family each Christmas. I doour familycalendar on Vistaprint.com - far and away my favorite p... Posted on 10/14/12 at 11:57 PM
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Tradition is what the holidays are all about. And nothing says tradition more than food. I was reminded of this while riding in my truck Friday, returning home from a day of pheasant hunting.
I was l... Posted on 12/24/11 at 2:52 PM
PARENT INFORMATION CENTER The Holidays are a Perfect Time to Start Family Traditions
It's SO important to have family traditions--especially around the holidays. We all live in such a fast-paced, always-on-the-go world, that it's nice to have specific family time for you and your chil... Posted on 12/21/11 at 1:55 PM
Once again, just as it happens each Easter, here comes Peter Cottontail.
But even as the animated flick “Hop” jumps up the box-office rankings and tykes all over the nation get ready to scramble for the beloved annual tradition of the Easter egg hunt, we take a moment to ask: What exactly does the Easter Bunny have to do with the resurrection of Christ?
UPDATED 11:26 A.M. Two years ago, Phil's forecast also acknowledged the Pittsburgh Steelers' Super Bowl XLIII win the night before. This year, Sunday's game was mentioned in the forecast but no winner was predicted between the Steelers and the Green Bay Packers, who meet in Dallas for Super Bowl XLV.
Probably, the birds most associated with Christmas are the goose and the partridge. Both of these traditions come to us from England — and in fact are among the few authentically English Christmas traditions in the United States. Most American Christmas traditions come from the Netherlands and northern Germany — Santa Claus, for instance, who is an outgrowth of a Dutch tradition.
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