new years: Happy New Year Everyone! - 09/18/09 12:27 PM
Tonight at sundown, Jewish people from all over the world will celebrate Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year.
Considered one of the High Holy Days in the Jewish faith, Rosh Hashanah will continue until the sun sets on September 20th.
The celebration of this holiday is the day on which, according to the Jewish faith, the whole world is judged for the coming year.
The video below came out during the election last year. But it's pretty funny so I thought I'd share it with you again. Happy New Year everyone!
Happy New Year everyone!
 


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new years: To Heck With New Year's Resolutions! 10 Things I Won't Be Doing In 2009! - 01/03/09 03:32 AM
With every new year that comes along, so comes a brand new set of New Year's resolutions.
Go on a diet. Quit smoking. Work harder. Spend more time with family. Exercise more.
These are the top 5 New Year's resolutions year after year. But how many of us really stick to it? And how many of us even make resolutions for the new year. 
Year after year, my only resolution is to NOT make resolutions. If there's something I want or need to do, I don't need a special date to do it.
But this year I can … (36 comments)

new years: First Night In Raleigh North Carolina - 12/30/08 01:31 AM
On New Year's Eve, there is nothing more famous than the ball drop in Times Square, New York City.
But every year in Raleigh, North Carolina, December 31st has its own celebration that is much less crowded, much more family friendly and considerably warmer than our New York counterparts must endure!
New Year's eve in Raleigh is celebrated with the traditional dropping of the giant acorn. (Raleigh is known as the City of Oaks.)Nearly 50,000 people attend "First Night" which include concerts, crafts for the kids, comedians, dance, a fabulous parade and so much more.

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new years: Happy 5769 From the Candidates and Me! - 09/28/08 03:11 PM
On September 30th at sundown, Jewish people from all over the world will celebrate Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year. Considered one of the High Holy Days in the Jewish faith, Rosh Hashanah will continue until the sun sets on October 1st.
The celebration of this holiday is the day on which, according to Jews, the whole world is judged for the coming year.
In celebration of the Jewish New Year and the upcoming elections, I'm happy to share a little holiday cheer and well wishes from this year's candidates.
Happy New Year everyone!
 
 



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