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The Easter Parade is a long and deep-rooted custom
By ANDREW PAUL MELE SPECIAL TO THE ADVANCE STATEN ISLAND - When Irving Berlin introduced his song, "Easter Parade," in the 1933 Broadway musical, "Thousands Cheer," the Fifth Avenue Parade in Manhattan on Easter Sunday had already been an established tradition since the 1880s.
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RYAN CHALMERS, who was shot in both legs behind a pub on Tuesday, walked free from court two years ago after admitting stabbing Christopher Bergin to death but claiming he acted in self-defence.
Easter Bonnet history
Easter Bonnets and the tradition of wearing new clothes at Easter is a part of an English tradition dating back to the late 16th century.
A record lover's guide to Detroit
Remember those funny looking black frisbees you found in grandma's basement and threw across the room? Those were records.
Irving Berlin's musical stars Bing Crosby and Fred Astaire as two points of a festive love triangle set in a dance club converted from an old farm.