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Peeps, from the Washington Post

The Washington Post has announced its top 50 Peep dioramas for 2015. We’re posting them here, just because we like them.

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Posted by Cara Ellen

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Leaked Grantchester Easter special reveals a surprise guest!

Get ready for a special Easter episode of Grantchester! Featuring the Pope, Peeps®!, and a debate about the future of organ music in worship, this episode seems hand-tailored to appeal to fans of the Episcopal Cafe.
Do you think it’s part of the regular continuity, or a silly one-off?

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The importance of Peeps

Peeps are the marshmallow institutions of Easter. First made in 1953 by the Just Born company in Brooklyn, they’ve become, for better or for worse, a tradition at this time of year. According to the AARP (“11 Things You Didn’t Know About Peeps“), four out of five Peeps purchased are chicks, rather than bunnies, but they are produced at a rabbit-like rate: 2 billion Peeps per year, enough that they could circle the Earth three times, if they were put […]

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