It’s time for the summer blockbuster season — the period where Hollywood produces some of the biggest-budget and most entertaining flicks of the year. Now that, we’re past the Oscars, all the serious, award-winning dramas are being reserved for the end of the year, which means we get to enjoy some more family friendly entertainment.
Easter is one of the most esteemed holidays in the Christian world. And since there are Christians all around the globe, Easter is celebrated basically everywhere. Here is how people commemorate this holiday in some countries.
In Ethiopia, during Lent, all Christians don’t consume any animal products. This includes not only meat, but also eggs and any dairy products like milk, cheese, butter, etc. On Palm Sunday, which is the first day of the Holy Week, people tend to put on headbands as well as rings, made out of palm leaves. They also put crosses on them.
On the first day of Easter the service starts at 20:00 on Saturday and for a whole seven hours, until 3:00 at night on Sunday morning. A lot of people sit through the entire service and they also wear the best clothes they have. Most folks wear white clothes, called ‘Yabesha Libs’. They also carry wax and cotton made candles, called ‘twaf’.
When the service is over, families go home and have breakfast that consists of sour-dough bread in order to mark the end of Lent. The bread is usually cut either by a priest or by the head of the family.
The main meal on Easter is eaten in the afternoon. It consists of ‘injera’, a type of pancake plus lamb or mutton stew called ‘beg wot’.
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Samsung last night launched the new Galaxy S4 smartphone in New York and showed off a raft of new features including:
Air View, simply hover your finger over the touchscreen and additional display information can be previewed.
Escape into the mind and eyes of a virtual hero who carries out high-stake missions of destroying enemies and taking out antagonists. From the newly released “Halo 4” to the futuristic cyberwarfare of “Call of Duty: Black Ops II,” first-person shooter (FPS) games are designed to create the most immersive and violently imaginative experience. The realistic use of weaponry, and the gratification of Continue reading
Bringing in an eclectic mix of people from all different places to a big city, riding, skating walking and driving in different directions. As a teen driver in a bustling city, it can be an intimidating and frustrating experience, especially if you are new and unfamiliar with the different ways traffic flow works in a new environment. To the untrained eye, it may seem like pure chaos, but there is a method to the street navigating madness. Bike and driver laws vary by state, so be sure to check your city’s site to find out the specifics on bike and driver laws and responsibilities.
Deflect Common Hazards
Cars should always use their tuning signal and Continue reading
The opportunity to relocate is a thrilling list of endless possibilities. Perhaps you fancy a complete change of lifestyle or are able to choose any city to live and work after graduating. Perhaps you’re off to university, whatever age, and want to choose a place that offers everything you could need. Moving to a new city opens countless doors; better job opportunities, new interests, a nicer home, a better income and loads of new friends to compliment an exciting night life, culture or entertainment. Whatever your reasons, we’ve compiled a selection of the top 5 places to live in the UK.
Manchester is a vibrant city, close to Continue reading