Christmases Past and Future

Holiday music on the radio has a way of bringing back vivid memories of Christmases past. For me, this is especially true of any song about snowfall and winter wonderlands. While my childhood in Dallas certainly didn't include any blizzards, my family's ski trips gave my sisters and me plenty of white ... CONTINUE READING

True Crime Makes for Gripping TV

There's a genre of entertainment that many Americans are afraid to admit is their secret obsession. It's as if you're hiding a secret that you desperately want to confess, but you're afraid of the judgment and concerned looks from your friends. Then one day, you muster the courage to casually mention a docu-series you watched — hoping for absolution but concerned the jury won't understand — and the floodgates open. Suddenly your closest friends and family have passionate opinions on the justice system and can tell you they know exactly who murdered who and ... CONTINUE READING

Everything You'll Need for an Ugly Sweater Christmas

It's speculated that the first ugly sweater party took place in Vancouver, Canada, back in 2001. Since then, the trend has become one of the most popular holiday party themes. Come Thanksgiving, you'll start to see racks in all types of clothing stores lined with hideous sweaters. If you're ready to jump on the ugly-sweater-party bandwagon this Christmas season, here are a few things to keep in ... CONTINUE READING

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