Kick that charity-inspired cheer up a notch with these holiday gifts from local shops that give — and give again.
It’s perfect weather for a hot, steaming cup of joe, tea or chai from one of these neighborhood coffee shops.
The thing that really drives this GED prep and ESL program are the people who are willing to get involved, executive director Teri Walker says.
Sparkling wine has traditionally been something the wine business loved to hate. But lots of producers are now making sparkling wine, and it seems to be selling. So as you look for something to toast the holidays, keep in mind that bubbly doesn’t have to cost a fortune.
Little Forest Hills resident Linda Calvert created a group that provides home repairs to elderly and handicapped neighbors.
Kenneth Hamburger II was a Lamborghini salesman in 2008, when the economy tanked. He was laid off, and saw a chance to do something on his own.
The nonprofit, comprising homeless shelter tenants and volunteer runners, is gaining visibility around White Rock Lake.
Thousands of White Rock Marathon runners will follow the 26.2-mile course thanks in part to his pointy orange cones.
Long Middle School PTA president Stacey Stabenow offers the whole package on her site — meal plans, shopping lists and recipes — for $5 a month. The recipes are healthy and varied.
There’s a difference between listening to holiday tunes for 20 minutes at a time and listening to them for 20 consecutive hours.
Read Rev. Mason’s thoughts about the Advent Conspiracy, which seeks to bring back the spiritual simplicity of Christmas without any Scrooge-like sneering, and listen to our podcast with him about why his church has joined the movement.
Yes, Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol,” O. Henry’s “Gift of the Magi” and Frank Capra’s “It’s a Wonderful Life” are worth noting — and stealing from — but there are so many other stories that deserve mention.