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Get Out / Stay In: Build A Pillow Fort, Dr. Goldfoot & The Bikini Machine, Coffee Cake Hamantaschen

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Thunder, lightening, marathon. Unless you're running or cheering along the route, perhaps this lazy Sunday would be better spent in the the great indoors. Here are some suggestions should you prefer to save yourself the frustration of relocation on such a winter's day. Umm, I mean, HAPPY FIRST DAY OF SPRING!!

Fembot A Go-Go: If you have the internet, you can have Netfilx, and if you have Netflix you have no reason not to watch the greatest film discovery since the original Casino Royle. Behold the sexist campy screwball go-go madcappery sci-fi of Dr. Goldfoot and the Bikini Machine with co-stars Vincent Price and Frankie Avalon set in San Francisco, the day after tomorrow. Bonus.. a theme song by The Supremes. I couldn't make this up.

Sofa King: Building a pillow or blanket fort is a lost of joy meant to be rediscovered when the sky cries all over your otherwise planned events. Here are some schematics, suggestions, images, and instructional videos to help you reconnect with your inner architect.

Cooking With Queen Esther: Purim is a Jewish holiday commemorating escape from annihilation and to celebrate, we make fruit-filled pastry pockets named for the bad-guy. Typically stuffed with apricot, poppy, prune or cherry, this Coffee Cake Hamantaschen recipe takes a modern, less jelly approach to the sweet festive treat.