Happy Dyngus Day!

How Cleveland celebrates "reverse Mardi Gras"

By Ryan Hamm

For most people, April 5 is just another Monday. In Cleveland, it’s a high holy day.

Dyngus Day is always Easter Monday, the first day of the week after Easter and—importantly—the first weekday after Lent. It’s an Eastern European holiday, with deep roots in Poland. But in some American cities, including Cleveland, Buff…

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