The confusion is simply a byproduct of the fact that we celebrate Christmas, and by we I mean godless heathens. I guess that we aren’t supposed to celebrate Christmas, since we don’t really take much stock in the guy who the holiday is named after.
Many of us love the high-tech gadgets we get at Christmas. Not surprisingly, charity has become high-tech, too. Using science, we now have the ability to know how to save the greatest number of people with any given donation, whether that’s six dollars or one hundred dollars
It’s been quite the year for the small screen. This last year we’ve seen network television stick to their archaic insistence on using the antiquated Nielsen system to find ratings, and we’ve seen them break away from tradition and point their wagons toward the wild west of the internet.
Utilizing these spices in more ways than just cakes and pies will leave you calmer, more centered and ready to take on your thirty-person family. No need to fear, the spice cabinet is here!
Sunday, Dec. 14, marks the Audubon Society’s 115th annual Christmas Bird Count (CBC), the world’s longest-running citizen science survey.
As winter begins to take over, allow yourself to enjoy the shift from the season of movement to the season of stillness, and adapt. Rather than opposing the forces of nature, I encourage you to model them.
The country has been torn in half again.
Through movies, books, and now dance and song, Kirk Cameron — known for his role of Seaver on television’s “Growing Pains” — has made it clear that he and God are BFFs, and that if anyone doubts anything he says, they’re wrong.
The use of the phrase Black Friday to describe the day after Thanksgiving was first used in 1951 by an associate editor of “Factory Management and Maintenance.”
The new Center Street Mercantile, which opened Sept. 23, offers locally made goods of astounding variety, from fuzzy “Bumble” hats (Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer) to brooms shaped like the Nimbus 2000 (Harry Potter), there is something for everyone.