Titanic Remembrance Day with DeeDee. Judging by Ms. Barch's expression I'd say he's going to regret that decision any moment now.
Jane will be pleased to know that today is also not only World Art Day but the anniversary of Leonardo da Vinci's (not DiCaprio's) birth in 1452, as well. Doesn't get much better than that for art geeks!
- Dian Fossey Award (Scenes No Daria fanfic should have: The Saga Goes On), by EntrancedCat (COMPLETE!): "'And now, people, and now... and now, awards time!' Ms. Li let the suspense build among the Lawndale High graduates, family and chums."
- Harry Potter Morgendorffer, by Meester_Lee (part 23): "Back out on the street, Helen and HJ chose to spend their time on Diagon Alley admiring the buildings and people-watching. Helen thought that the architecture looked very old-fashioned and probably wouldn't last a week even in history-conscious Britain if they were outside this wizarding enclave."
- Legion of Highland Heroes (Scenes No Daria fanfic should have: The Saga Goes On), by Charles RB (COMPLETE!): "Buford "Butt-Head" Head/Coolman: Localised probability powers, erratically controlled; when properly working, prevents any short-range threat against the Legion from working."
- Meetings, by Princess_Pasta (part 4): "The last place Sandi expected to spend her Thursday afternoon was stuck inside of one of the student study lounges with nothing for company but her algebra textbook and her pencil case. Well, and Charlie."
- Return of the Misery Chick (Quinn, Season 4), by WildDogJJ (COMPLETE!): "A now 25 year old Quinn seated at her vanity while a now fully grown Storm is laying next to her seat on the floor. Quinn is writing in her diary. As she writes..." (Part 2) (Part 3)
- Second Chance for Love, by David Falkayn (part 6): "'Don't forget, Marianne!' Helen commanded as she spoke to her secretary on the phone, 'I need those depositions completed and ready to be filed tomorrow morning.'"
- Skeletons, by CaffeineAddict94 (part 8): "Trent strummed out a melancholy tune on his acoustic guitar, letting his mind wander as he played. It had been years since he'd written anything for his own personal use."