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March 24, 2010

Multiculturalism in the modern era has made daily life much more interesting, but on a practical level it can set the stage for faux pas both big and small.  Almost every day of the year is now marked with the holiday of one religion or another.  Apparently, the weekend of April 3rd (the weekend of the Back Alley Birthday Party) is when Christians celebrate the resurrection of Jesus, and Pagans hold their rabbit-themed spring fertility ceremony, Eostar.  So, in the interest of not appearing culturally insensitive, and hoping for a better turnout at our own shindig, the Back Alley Birthday Party is being moved to Saturday, April 10th.  More details to follow

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  1. March 24, 2010 1:17 pm

    HURRAY! i was going to be out of town for non-religious reasons during the originally scheduled time. i smell that ‘back alley bake-off’ cooking now!

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