Administrative Professionals Week

Administrative Professionals Week

Previously known as Secretaries Week, this observance highlights the paramount role of administrative professionals in all areas of the modern economies across the world. Administrative Professionals Day takes place on Wednesday of Administrative Professionals Week, which takes place on the last full week in April. How to celebrate Administrative Professionals Week This holiday is widely […]

A Brief Description of Passover

A Brief Description of Passover

The Jewish people celebrate Passover to remember their liberation from slavery in Egypt and their freedom as a nation under the leadership of Moses. Passover begins the evening of Friday, April 22 and ends the evening of Saturday, April 30. The story of Exodus described in the Torah is estimated to have taken […]

First Flower to Bloom in Outer Space

First Flower to Bloom in Outer Space

As of January 2016, astronaut Scott Kelly had successfully grown what seemed to be the first flower to bloom in space. Earlier this year, Scott Kelly’s ISS mission attempted to grow Zinnia plants in space. Zinnia growth habits are similar to those of vegetables; studying their growth could provide valuable information for future life […]

12 Best Easter Egg Hunts in New York City

12 Best Easter Egg Hunts in New York City

Whether you have kids, grandchildren, nieces and/or nephews, the Easter Egg Hunt always brings out that young sense of excitement. You might be too old to participate now, but do you remember running around with the determination of finding the most hidden goods? Filling up a basket with the most candy filled plastic eggs, beautifully […]

10 Best Restaurants for Valentines Day

10 Best Restaurants for Valentines Day

10 Best Restaurants for Valentines Day Looking for a place for your Valentine’s Day dinner reservation? We have put together a list of 10 unconventional places to celebrate with your Valentine this year. Here’s an idea – use our Priority Delivery option to set a specific delivery time. Our delivery experts will meet […]

Masterpiece Mondays: Edwin Long, “The Daughters of Our Empire. England: The Primrose”

Masterpiece Mondays: Edwin Long, “The Daughters of Our Empire. England: The Primrose”

The “Language of Flowers” is a tradition that assigns specific meanings or sentiments to various types of flowers. It began in the ancient Middle East and China and was introduced to Europe during the 18th century. The language of flowers became increasingly renowned during the Victorian era, particularly during the artistic renaissance. […]

Masterpiece Mondays: Dante Gabriel Rossetti, “A Vision of Fiammetta”

Masterpiece Mondays: Dante Gabriel Rossetti, “A Vision of Fiammetta”

Dante Gabriel Rossetti, “A Vision of Fiammetta” Behold Fiammetta, shown in Vision here. Gloom girt ‘mid Spring flushed apple growth she stands; And as she sways the branches with her hands, Along her arm the sundered bloom falls sheer, In separate petals shed, each like a tear; While from […]

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