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Easter: The yoke is on who?


Those adept with a calendar can no doubt tell that Easter, the holiday harbinger of spring, falls on April 1 this year, aka April Fools’ Day.

That has only happened four times since 1900, if you’re keeping track. And 2018 is a double whammy because Ash Wednesday, a day of abstinence and fasting for many Christians, also fell on a holiday, Valentine’s Day, aka National Chocolate Consumption Day. That hasn’t happened since 1945.

So, what does the rest of the year hold? Let’s take it slow, starting with what’s in this issue: great insights, fun events and places to explore.

– Paul Furiga, WordWrite Communications

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