Leap years were devised in Julius Caesar's time, to fix the pesky problem that Earth's year isn't exactly 365 days. But 15 centuries later, our calendars were still slightly askew.
Why do we eat chocolate bunnies at Easter? It’s a long story.
Easter is actually a mish-mash of different traditions celebrating the coming of spring.
The reason we have seasons is because, during its journey around the Sun, the Earth is tilted.
What is the origin of Easter eggs?
A scholar explains the rich historical roots of Easter and how it has evolved over the centuries.
Watching the sun over a nature reserve in ACT, Australia.
It’s the time of the equinox or more specifically the spring equinox for us in the southern hemisphere. The equinox is a midpoint. It’s around now that day and night become equal in length (but more about…