Want your New Year's party to be a smashing success? Here's how a multi-room audio system can help with a more thrilling broadcast of NYC's Time Square ball drop and tunes that will keep your guests singing through the night.
January 25 is Robert Burns Day. This is when Scots and Scottish wannabees in Scotland and around the world joyfully celebrate Scotland's most famous poet.
I have been to parties and weddings where the centerpiece of the food table was an ice sculpture. They can be a fun way to decorate. It used to be that you had to order a special service for these ice designs, but if you want one that is...
For trend chasers and the good old-fashioned hipster, Halloween must be a hard holiday. You can't just be a bourgeois vampire or some pleb in a ghost costume. You know, unless it is ironic. However, even if you are not trying to stay ahead of the trends, you can occasionally put yourself into a Halloween situation where you want one kick ass Halloween costume. If you don't want to be scary or sexy this Halloween, why not be pop culture-y?
In years gone by Christmas cards would fill our living room to the brim. We would have string after string attached to the walls and after opening and reading them we would display them on the wall.
As one of the most enduring and widely recognized symbols in modern culture, it's only natural that you see the heart on frequent display. It is used to wordlessly express love and can be formed by everything from our hands to the pixels of a text message. Its embedded on wedding cakes and plastered on everything come Valentine's Day. However, unlike Valentine's Day, the heart symbol wasn't made popular in relatively recent years to sell chocolate and flowers, but rather has actually been around for thousands of years.
Christmas and New Years may have come and gone in some parts of the world, but the holidays are not yet over.
The year of the horse is nigh over, and the year of the monkey is right on the cusp. Monkeys are considered witty and intelligent with magnetic personalities, so 2016 is shaping up to be a bang up year. However, outside a few sparsely placed Chinatowns, the Chinese New Year doesn't mean too terribly much in the western world. Aside from the half-month-long holiday, the Chinese New Year (also known as the Spring Festival) isn't much of a big deal for the Chinese either outside of obligatory tradition. China, being the increasingly business oriented country that it is, has long since switched over to the Gregorian calendar, but regardless, the New Year does offer up a chance to relax from work or school and spend time with family before another non-stop, action-packed year of working hard.
Have a gluten-free family member or friend coming for Thanksgiving Dinner? Here's how to cook for them safely.