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New Year's Eve is one of the oldest holidays around. Ancient Babylonians used to celebrate it about 4,000 years ago and they were known to make New Year's resolutions too. Can you guess what they were?
Kwanzaa and Boxing Day fall on the same day. Find out all about both holidays in one handy story.
Christmas is the Christian holiday that celebrates the day when Christ was born. Today, December 25th has taken on a bit of a different spin, with Jolly Ol' St. Nick bringing toys to all the girls and boys of the world on this December holiday.
Winter solstice is the first day of winter. Check out all the celebrations that take place on the shortest day of the year!
If you want to get something your boyfriend will really love, check out these cool gifts to stash under the Christmas tree!
There are a ton of holidays to celebrate in the month of December - that's why it's known as the holiday season. Get ready for Christmas, Boxing Day, Kwanzaa, Hannukah and New Year's Eve.
Don't be surprised if you see a lot of peeps sporting red ribbons December 1st. It's World AIDS Day. Find out more about it here.
Thanksgiving means you get to stuff your face full of turkey, stuffing, potatoes and the best part, pumpkin pie. Find out what food never made it to the table and why pie was never served.
Whether you call it Remembrance Day or Veterans Day, it's all about one thing: remembering those who died and fought for their country.
Think that religious terrorism is a new thing? It's not. Weirdly, it's the basis of a cool British holiday - Guy Fawkes Day.
If you thought all the spooky holidays were over, you'd be dead wrong! Get the lowdown on the Day of the Dead and more November holidays.
It's that time of year again. Break out the evil looking costume and start pounding on some doors for treats. Remember, don't let black cats walk in front of you and watch out for goblins.
It's almost Halloween night, which makes it the perfect time to learn all about Jack-O'-Lantern, the spooky man behind the pumpkin face!
Once again it's that confusing time of year when we turn back the hands of time. That's right, it's Daylight Saving Time.
The second Monday of October is a two-in-one holiday. It's Thanksgiving in Canada and Columbus Day in the U.S! Find out more about the history, customs and all-around fun you can expect on this North American long weekend.
What's better than a holiday that you aren't allowed to wash on? You're also not allowed to eat that disgusting oatmeal your mom slops out for breakfast. Could Yom Kippur get any better?
There are a ton of holidays taking place in October besides Halloween. So if you're looking for something other than All Hallows Eve, try Columbus Day, Canadian Thanksgiving or United Nations Day.
For the entire month of Ramadan, Muslims don't eat - sort of. Check out the 411 on this important Islamic holiday.
L'shanah tovah! Rosh Hashanah is the Jewish New Year but don't expect any fireworks. But you can break out the apples, slice them up and start dipping them in honey! Get the goods on this important Jewish holiday.
Before you start counting down the days 'til Christmas break, check out these fun September holidays to celebrate while you wait.