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2 Groundhog Day
2 Nat'l. Wear Red
4 Super Bowl
4 World Cancer Day
7 Nat'l. Signing day
13 Mardi Gras
13 Shrove Tues (Pancake Day)
13 World Radio Day
14 Ash Wednesday
14 Int'l. Condom Day
16 Chinese New Year
19 Presidents Day
21 Int'l. Mother Language
22 Natl. Margarita Day
1 Purim (Start)
1 Zero Discrimination Day
2 Holi (Hindu festival)
3 World Wildlife Day
4 Academy Awards
8 Int'l. Women's Day
8 World Kidney Day
11 Daylight Saving Begins
14 Pi Day
17 Saint Patrick's Day
19 St Joseph
20 Int'l. Day of Happiness
20 Spring Begins (Northern Hemisphere)
21 Int'l. Day of Forests
21 World Poetry Day
22 World Water Day
23 Nat'l. Puppy Day
24 World Tuberculosis Day
25 Greek Indep. Day
25 Palm Sunday
29 Holy Thursday
30 Good Friday
30 Natl. Doctors' Day
31 Cesar Chavez Day
31 Passover (Start)
Saint Patrick is the most well-known patron saint of Ireland. He lived in the 4th and 5th centuries and came from a rich Romano-British family living in England. At around sixteen years of age, he was kidnapped by Irish raiders and taken to Ireland as a slave.
After six years he escaped and returned to his home. Many years later, Patrick followed a call on his life to preach in Ireland and it is believed he died there on 17 March 461 although there are many variations on this as well as on his birthdate. It also is possible his name at birth was Maewyn Succat.
There are many legends about Saint Patrick, for examples, some say that he rid Ireland of snakes, that his ash wood walking stick became a living tree and that he spoke with long-dead ancestors of the Irish.
Today, Saint Patrick’s Day is a religious day where many attend church services. Others, even across the globe, celebrate Irish culture with parades and parties. Green is the colour of the day although, originally, it was blue.
A symbol of Saint Patrick’s Day is the shamrock, a type of three-leafed clover. It is said that Saint Patrick used the shamrock to demonstrate the Christian Trinity (Father, Son and Holy Ghost) to the people of Ireland.
Some of the more traditional foods eaten on Saint Patrick’s Day include soda bread, cabbage, corned beef, Irish stew, colcannon potatoes, green beer and pots-o-gold (a chocolate dessert).
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LET Freedom Ring
"Night Games" starring Marrcelle Alford"
Published on Jun 15, 2017
This is my FIRST FILM PROJECT that I wrote, directed, and produced. This was my FINAL PROJECT for my Production Techniques class at
American Intercontinental University.
Raphael is preparing for his dinner date....meeting him for the very first time face to face, but he finds out that fate is not necessarily kind to anyone!
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St. Patricks Day
March 17, 2018
November 20, 2018
What is the Transgender Day of Remembrance?
The Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDOR) was started by transgender advocate Gwendolyn Ann Smith as a vigil to honor the memory of Rita Hester, a transgender woman who was killed in 1998. The vigil commemorated all the transgender people lost to violence that year and began an important memorial that has become the annual Transgender Day of Remembrance.
"The Transgender Day of Remembrance seeks to highlight the losses we face due to anti-transgender bigotry and violence. I am no stranger to the need to fight for our rights, and the right to simply exist is first and foremost. With so many seeking to erase transgender people -- sometimes in the most brutal ways possible -- it is vitally important that those we lose are remembered, and that we continue to fight for justice."
- Transgender Day of Remembrance founder Gwendolyn Ann Smith
"No Time for the Pain"
TEA SIPPER DISHES DETROIT MORE THAN TEA AND SERVES HOT NEW PLAY
Detroit Fall 2018
5 Mo Artists - Dishing Tea Entertainment Present "No Time for the Pain", an original theatrical production written by native Detroiter Demetris "Big Meach" Taylor. Host of the hit Blog Talk Radio Network show, "Dishing Tea with Big Meach" as well as TV’s "Atlanta’s Up and Rising". Peter Jackson Artistic Director
5 Mo Artists is the Executive Producer.
"Family ties are shattered and destroyed when fraternal twins, Danielle and Eric, confront one another on the issues of Betrayal, Infidelity, and HIV"
"No Time for the Pain" is a fulfilled, side splitting piece of theatrical entertainment and is an intricate journey through life and LGBT culture from an African American experience. It gives the audience a chance to take a look and see the similarities between all walks of life and will promote dialogue as it tackles some of life’s pressing issues that most think are only relevant to the LGBT experience: being on the down low, sexual orientation, gender identity, abandonment, and crisis intervention.
Dishing TEA is a progressive and upbeat look at LGBT Culture examining those things which keeps us ticking... including celebrity interviews an the common an uncommon interest we share. In addition, Dishing TEA will be shining a spotlight on those things that needs to be improved such as social injustices and internalized phobias within the culture.. Dishing TEA is open to all who will listen with an open mind as the show will give insight and distinguish between our Allies and our Adversaeries!!
This show is intended for Mature Audiences, the language and subject matters are NOT INTENDED for children or anyone NOT MATURE ENOUGH to handle the subject matters...
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