Nowruz heralds the return of spring and the start of a new year for people of Persian ancestry
Wherever you are in the world, you will get equal amounts of day and night on this Monday. Google marks the occasion with a Doodle for each hemisphere.
Wherever you are in the world, today you will get equal amounts of day and night. Google marks the occasion with a Doodle each for the Northern and Southern Hemispheres.
Winter is leaving — hallelujah! In true Google fashion, the site is celebrating the 2017 spring equinox in the Northern Hemisphere with an adorable Google Doodle that's sure to put a spring in your Monday step. SEE ALSO: St. Patrick's...Show More Summary
Longer days are here again
Google celebrated St. Patrick's Day on Friday with a Doodle that references an island off the Irish coast that was once home to Christian monks, but was also a shooting site for two Star Wars movies.
It wouldn't be St Patrick's Day without a cheery green tweak to Google's homepage. SEE ALSO: Paul Ryan is getting dragged by Ireland for his dismal pint of Guinness On Thursday morning, to mark the start of Ireland's annual celebration, Google's homepage was updated with their latest Doodle. To celebrate St. Show More Summary
IF TODAY’S beautiful Google Doodle looks familiar, perhaps it’s because you’ve trekked near Ireland’s County Kerry. Or, on the other hand, maybe you’re simply a Star Wars fan. Google celebrates St. Patrick’s Day this year with a verdant-green Doodle. The home-page animation, by Google artist Matt Cruickshank, features shamrocks high-fiving on Skelling Michael, a rocky, […]
Skellig Michael, a World Heritage-listed remote Irish island, is a feature of this year's doodle
Remote Irish island of Skellig Michael is home to medieval ruins and seabirds -- and the last place we saw Luke.
The world's first test cricket match took place on Mar. 15, 1877, between England and Australia.
The Hindu festival of Holi is known around the world for the vibrant colored powders that fill the air during its festivities (and that speckle today's Google doodle). Holi has a lengthy history with numerous references in religious works, sculptures and murals as well as several name variations. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
Get your multicolored powder at the ready. Time to go and hurl it at strangers.
The two-day Hindu celebration runs on Mar. 13 and 14
International Women's Day first began in the early 1900s, when 15,000 women in New York City marched in a garment workers' strike to demand better pay, shorter working days, the right to vote, and an end to child labor.
Today's Google Doodle celebrates International Women's Day.
Wednesday is International Women’s Day, an event dating back to the early 1900s that is being observed with an added layer of significance this year in the United States. Last year, Google marked the occasion with a homepage Doodle that...Show More Summary