Monday, April 1, 2013

Happy Dyngus Day 2013

Dyngus 2013Happy Dyngus Day!  As everyone surely knows, the Monday after Easter is celbrated as Dyngus Day in Poland and in some U.S. cities with Polish-American cultural history.  At the Land Use Prof Blog we like to feature holdiays that have historical and cultural roots that also involve local politics, community events and neighborhood effects--and therefore, land-use tie-ins.  So here's a link to last year's post on Dyngus Day and land use.  

So today's the day to get a pussywillow branch to chase around that special someone--no April Foolin', even if CNN's Anderson Cooper thinks it's funny and stupid. If I lived in Buffalo or South Bend (e.g.), I'd drop everything today and get down to the Dyngus Day celebrations!

Matt Festa

http://lawprofessors.typepad.com/land_use/2013/04/happy-dyngus-day-2013.html

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