Kwanzaa helps Africans around the world celebrate
their culture and ethnic background.
Fans outside the stadium before the game celebrate
the return to blue
While From the Top continues to chart new territory, we remain committed to our mission of celebrating these young musicians--in much the same way that society has come to celebrate
their accomplished athletic classmates.
We're talking about perhaps the biggest gay holiday of the year--bigger than gay pride, because even self-conscious straight people can celebrate
Halloween with us without fear.
the curious climate and its very strange site, high over the cold Pacilic, and it transforms our perceptions of sun, water, cliff and horizon, interior and exterior.
On All Saints Day, Catholics honor and pray for the intercession of canonized saints and celebrate
the communion of saints--all the baptized in heaven, purgatory, and on earth.
Attendees can celebrate
the "joie de vivre" at this Parisian-themed get-together with entertainment, cuisine, arts and crafts for the kids, and much more.
Roger Seepersad from Trinidad and Tobago told CNN "the Hindu community celebrates
by cleaning their houses and preparing foods such as roti, channa and aloo, white rice, and various vegetable curries.
And we have a tradition that we celebrate
Christmas dinner at the Waffle House.
As the table of the Lord, the Eucharist celebrates
Jesus' radical table fellowship and calls Christians to find in the "breaking of the bread" the central Christian sacrament of Reconciliation.
diversity all year long through its Dream in Color campaign, which recognizes the history and heritage of the many diverse communities that make up the world today.
Running tonight through Sunday, the festival celebrates
the American tradition of community members gathering to celebrate
the conclusion of the growing season and the harvesting of summer's last bounty.
Maurice Parish in Fort Lauderdale, Florida celebrates
some of the best liturgies I have experienced anywhere.
Rosca de Reyes celebrates
the Feast of Epiphany or "The Adoration of the Magi," celebrated by Latin American and European Catholics each 6th of January, twelve days after Christmas.
2 -- 3) Pope John Paul II, above, celebrates
Mass for more than 100,000 in the Los Angeles Coliseum on Sept.