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Tuesday, Feb. 7, 2012
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Tuesday, Feb. 7, 2012
Odd, yet appropriate February holidays The Day the Music Died: Feb. 3 Every Feb. 3, immortalizes 'The Day the Music Died' by reminiscing the death of the 1950s music icons; Buddy Holly, Richie Valens and the Big Bopper who died in an airplane crash on Feb. 3, 1959 at the cusp of their musical eminence. Dump You Significant Jerk Week: Feb. 5-11 Does the very thought of Valentines Day make you queazy? Maybe you're single and not too thrilled about spending another V-Day alone while being bombarded by the sight PDA and flowers. Maybe you're in a relationship, but don't feel it takes one commercial holiday to express that four-letter word for your partner. Or even better, you've been in a bad relationship with a break up that's long overdue. You have a dedicated week to dump the loser in your life. Get a Different Name Day: Feb. 13 Everyone is furnished with a first, middle and last name at birth. It's the first thing most learn to spell and write out. Regardless, you didn't get a say in choosing the title so if you aren't fond of it, today was created for you to change it. Just be sure to announce your altered alias to your family, friends, and professors! Chocolate Mint Day: Feb. 19 Didn't get enough chocolate on Valentines Day? You get a second chocolatey chance at all things chocolate mint flavored. Chocoholics and mint enthusiasts be sure to to get your fix whether ice cream, cakes, or candies. Public Sleeping Day:Feb. 28 Up too late studying? Maybe you're not a book worm, but more of a party animal. Regardless, Feb. 27 is your best bet to paint the city red because on Feb. 28, is your favorable chance to publicly catch some Z's. Whether you chose to do so on the city bus, on a park bench, on the job, or in class...do so at your own risk!
JoAnn Gallery/Scottsdale Chronicle Craig Jackson (in the pannel, fifth from the left) watching as the 1954 MERCEDES-BENZ 300SL was auctioned off on the big screen for $2,200,000.00
Darryle Royal/Scottsdale Chronicle Kazimierz World Wine Bar, an unmarked building in a back alley of old town Scottsdale contains stained glass windows and a sign hung where one would generally expect to find the door.
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