Archive for March, 2011
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Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York, is under fire for her association with a known sex offender. Her former husband, Prince Andrew, could lose his position as Trade Ambassador due to his connection with a convicted criminal.
By now, both probably wish they’d never heard the name Jeffrey Epstein.
In 1997 Jerry Hill created Celebrate Your Name Week. He saw it as a time to learn more about your own name and explore the monikers of others. The 7-day event lasts from Sunday March 3 to Saturday March 12, 2011. Here are 7 ways to celebrate: