How the Poinsettia is Attached to Christmas
Poinsettia Day is celebrated on December 12, it is also known as the flower of Christmas but wasn’t always that way. The poinsettia is native to Mexico and goes back to the Aztecs who used them for flowers, cosmetics, to make purple dye and medicines.
Question Of The Day: Do You ‘Regift’?
With Christmas about three weeks away, the office Christmas parties will be coming up, and maybe you'll be that person who gets the gag gift during the Yankee swap. Or maybe, you have that one aunt that buys you socks every year.
What’s Your Favorite Country Christmas Song?
With the Thanksgiving Day celebration here and gone, let the Christmas music ring on B98.5. I will admit that I like Christmas music in small doses, but when I hear while I am at the Supermarket, the gym, yes the gym, and wherever else it seems I am. Then it can get tedious.
How Common is Your Birth Date
If you have ever wondered how many people share the same date as you for your birthday, there is a chart that was made to show you. The chart was devised by Matt Stiles, a data journalist with National Public Radio.

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