Contrary to other popular content management systems, Drupal innately does not support time based publishing and removal of content. This can be retrofitted with the cron-based Scheduler Module at the costs of a slightly increased memory footprint and decreased usability in the even more overloaded node creation form.
I'm using Drupal to power this site. It's not as user-friendly as -- let's just say WordPress -- but very powerful and easily extendable through well-designed PHP modules or even rude hacks inside your posts.
One nice feature for site admins is its status report page: At a glance you can check if your Drupal installation is in good shape, when the last cron maintenance tasks was run, and how many form submissions were blocked by CAPTCHAs.
I just set up a new site for one of my mothers projects: "Baum der Religionen" (Tree Of The Religions) - a project to improve the understanding and tolerance between different cultures and religions.
The idea is actually quite simple: Several different apple sorts were grafted onto an apple tree. Each of the seven apple sorts represent on of the seven world religions: Christianity, Judaism, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, Zoroastrianism, and Baha'i.