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Chris Lyons Illustrates FOOD

Chris Lyons illustrates all kinds of food!

What would you like to have to eat today? Go ahead and have any and all of your favorite foods and snacks. Because today is Eat What You Want Day.

Eat What You Want Day is definitely not a day for diets.  It is one single, solitary day in the year to go off your diet and eat something you really enjoy, Today, you can set aside your dietary “No-No” list. Today, you can splurge. Tomorrow, it’s back to the diet. It is important to note that today is not intended to eat as much as you want. Rather, the goal is to eat something you otherwise wouldn’t have.

Chris Lyons food illustration

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International Dance Day Charles Pyle Illustrator

International Dance Day Saturday Evening Post

Charles Pyle Illustration…  more samples

International Dance Day was introduced in 1982 by the International Dance Council.  The main purpose of Dance Day events is to attract the attention of the wider public to the art of dance. Emphasis should be given to addressing a new public, people who do not follow dance events during the course of the year.

Charles Pyle Illustration

International Dance Day

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Primary Day New York Regan Dunnick Illustration

Primary Day New York

Today is New York’s Presidential Primary Election. To vote in this election, you must be a registered Republican or Democrat.

POLLING HOURS: In New York City and the counties of Erie, Nassau, Suffolk, Westchester, Orange, Rockland and Putnam, POLLS OPEN at 6 AM and CLOSE at 9 PM. In all other counties POLLS OPEN at 12 NOON and CLOSE at 9 PM.

Hillary Clinton, Donald TrumpBernie Sanders (to name a few) need you to vote!

Regan Dunnick illustrated some of our top contenders

Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders, Donald Trump

Regan Dunnick Illustration

Regan Dunnick Illustration

Regan Dunnick Illustration

Bernie Sanders

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Tax Day

oooops not today!  Thanks Jerome Studer for keeping us calm!

April 18 is this year’s deadline to file taxes or apply for an extension.

Usually, when April 15 falls on a weekend the tax deadline is moved to the following Monday. April 15 falls on a Friday this year but another event, Emancipation Day, is pushing back the deadline three more days.

Emancipation Day – set aside to commemorate the signing of the Emancipation Act by President Abraham Lincoln – is celebrated in Washington, D.C. It is observed on April 16, which just so happens to fall on Saturday this year. Emancipation Day is a legal holiday in D.C. with federal employees, including those at the IRS, off the job. Since this year’s holiday is on a Saturday, it will be observed on the closest weekday, which falls on April 15, moving the tax deadline to the next Monday on April 18.

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Jerome Studer Illustration

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