Leap Day, on Feb. 29, the only date on the calendar to come once every four years, has surprisingly few traditions behind it.  In parts of Europe, women are encouraged to propose to men on Leap Day. There are a few superstitions against marrying on Leap Day, or even during Leap Year, but that’s about it. Restaurants are trying to change that by using the day as an opportunity to promote special menu prices or treats for people born on this most rare of ...

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