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Valentine's Day

If a romantic breakfast is how you plan to start Valentine’s Day, we have a suggestion for the menu. First, ‘separate two eggs’. No…Wait…Wrong holiday! Nyuk! Nyuk! Nyuk! Here are two recipes that look good to us, plus our suggestion as to which to use based on who will be doing the cooking. Guys…If you’re cooking breakfast on Valentine’s Day for you and your Sweetheart, trust us…Bologna & Whipped Cream just won’t cut it! Read More »

Common New Years resolutions with a Three Stooges spin

Each year most of us make New Year’s resolutions and each year many are broken in January…which may be a good thing as we get them out of the way early in the year! Nyuk! Nyuk! Nyuk! We thought it … Read More »

Ringing in the New Year

Check out this entertaining photo montage of Larry, Moe & Curly as they rang in the New Year! We hope you had as much fun as The Boys did at their New Year bash! Read More »

Happy New Year From The Three Stooges

Make sure as you prepare for your New Year’s celebration that you have plenty of seltzer bottles on hand, along with some canapes – or is that can of peas? – and, of course, lots and lots of pies. We suggest pumpkin or berry for dessert and to save the cream pies for the throwing! Nyuk! Nyuk! Nyuk! Read More »

Kwanzaa: A Celebration of Family, Community and Culture

Kwanzaa, first celebrated in 1966, is traditionally celebrated from December 26th through January 1st. Read More »

We Wish You A Merry Christmas…

Of course, as the song goes, And A Happy New Year. We hope Santa fills your stocking that you hung with care, with what was on your list. Read More »

No Matter The Language, It’s Still ‘Merry Christmas’

‘Merry Christmas’ is a very traditional greeting at this time of year. We thought that if you have travel plans this holiday season that will take you across the sea, you might want to know how to express this greeting in other countries. Read More »

Christmas Traditions

Many traditions that are part of our Christmas season celebration did not originate in the United States. Here are three that came to us from afar. Read More »

The Twelve Days of Christmas

We think you’ll enjoy this verbal and visual Three Stooges interpretation of the items referenced in the classic 12 Days of Christmas song. We’ll also give you the current cost of the items in case you decide your true love really needs a partridge in a pear tree! Read More »

Veterans Day: A Time To Honor Those Who Served

The 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month in 1918 saw the end of World War I. In 1921 an unknown American soldier from WWI was buried at Arlington National Cemetery to honor the veterans of The … Read More »