There are many soldiers that long to be home for the holidays with their families, but are still abroad or are recovering in hospitals after being wounded in the line of duty. “Holiday Mail for Heroes” with the American Red Cross helps to ensure that our men and women who are fighting for our freedom know we care. This is a service the American Red Cross does to help service people in the military to get cards from back home.
The Veteran's Day holiday was established in 1919 to honor everyone who served in any branch of the U.S. Armed Forces; Designed to coincide with Armistice Day and Remembrance Day, its origins celebrate the end of World War I.
It's unfortunate, but the holiday season often brings a significant spike in home fires. The American Red Cross urges people to take extra precautions with cooking and decorating at this time of year to help prevent fires.
Picking out the perfect Christmas tree is a holiday tradition for many. During the months of November and December, you can find people on every corner selling trees. The question is, where does one go to find the perfect tree? Here's our list of some of the best places in the Twin Ports to find your tree
It's time for that annual tradition that always seems to come around in December: The "best of" list - where someone summarizes what the important trends were throughout the past 12 months. I've been chosen to compile a pseudo-summary list of what was hot in the food industry in 2013.
Elizabeth Chan was on FAILURE CLUB, a show about New Yorkers who were trying to live their dream. Liz's dream was to write a famous Christmas Song. I watched the show and saw her struggle and also liked her music and then was lucky enough to feature it. Now, she is continuing her struggle and dream. Here's my follow up, for those of you that wondered, what happened to?
We all know the tune 12 Days Of Christmas. I always get goofed up on the lyrics. Do you remember how to sing it correctly? Anyway, not feeling well due to a cold, flu, or worse, can really put a damper on your holiday season
Holiday season and cooking go hand in hand, especially here in the Northland. We like to eat, and plenty of it. With that comes dirty dishes, pots n pans, utensils, spills, and counter tops and stoves that need a good cleaning.
I was standing in line at the grocery store the other day and the woman behind me was looking at my purchases and she said half-jokingly: "Brussel Sprouts - who eats those?" I told her that I do, and we got into a conversation about how I prepare Brussel Sprouts - which is roasted.
As a life-long "foodie", I end up being the person a lot of my friends and co-workers come to with their food-related questions. With the holidays just around the corner, I'm starting to get questions specifically about turkey.
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