Wherever you are, and whomever you’re with, enjoy.
Enjoy the fam, the mashed potatoes, and the hand-knit socks from Aunt Betsy. And we’ll see you when you get back. (And if you haven’t made plans for New Year’s Eve yet, check out our
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Stay home. Nap. Create sculptures out of leftover mashed potatoes, or seize the opportunity to practice your planking form. And nap. Did we already mention the nap? But if you must be on the roads, take care. We can’t stop Mother Nature’s snowy pummeling, we can prepare ourselves for the wintry slip ‘n slide.
Good things happen in garages, particularly when there aren’t any cars in them. Without the presence of an auto to look after, garages tend to get creative. They become workshops, practice spaces, and studios. And in this case, a darkroom. The photographic results of such a car shed-turned-photo-lab are on display Friday during the “Fix The Shadows” opening at Portland Company Complex.
Every kid loves Santa. Except when those kids are confronted with Santa. All the patience and jovial belly-jiggling in the world won’t stop many kids from completely freaking out on Santa’s lap. So why do we do it? For the kids, right? Or do we just like laughing at the pictures of them crying?
Take the poll.
It’s easy for some of us to get into the Christmas spirit. For others, it takes a visit from a deceased friend draped in chains. Sometimes that doesn’t even do the trick, and the Ghosts of Christmas have to start pulling out headstones. Seeing their own lonely demise has a way of turning a curmudgeon around. It worked for Ebenezer Scrooge.
Nicknamed “Pie Town USA” by the Food Network after Bobby Flay visited for a pie throwdown, Rockland is living up to its name with the 9th Annual Pies on Parade Pie Tour to celebrate National Pie Day (National Pie Day is celebrated each year on Jan 23rd).
We’ve seen “It’s a Wonderful Life” a thousand times – and it’s a darn wonderful tear-jerker every time. And the characters have become funny, curmudgeonly, and oh-so-generous friends we look forward to seeing every year, at least on TV. But Monday we can see them in person. One person, in fact. His name is Jody McColman, and he’ll be playing every character in “This Wonderful Life.”