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Mother’s Day Gift Guide

by Erin Gilroy   Flowers ~ www.1800flowers.com You can never go wrong with flowers for mom, not just on Mother’s Day, but any day. 1-800 Flowers offers...

5 Heart Health Tips for the Holidays

5 Heart Health Tips for the Holidays Food, drinks, gifts and time with family make the holidays a merry occasion for people across the country....

Father’s Day Gift Guide

For the dad who enjoys hosting and barbecuing, gift him the All-in-One Cast Iron Grill. ($160, uncommongoods.com) This nine-piece wonder wears a lot...

Mother’s Day Gift Guide

  The Cece Dupraz Draw Your Own Robe is a one-of-a-kind gift that lets you bring your child’s drawings to life. Whether it’s a...

Remembering Mom

  Mother’s Day is by far the most celebrated holiday of the year. Honoring love of country or an historic political figure never seems to...

Valentine’s Day Gift Ideas for Her & Him

FOR HER: Unstoppable color. High-impact shine. For every shade of you…The Nu Skin Powerlips Polish Duo Lip Shine gives your lips a dose of...

Holiday Gift Guide

GIFTS FOR HER 1. Space NK Shimmering Spice Candle Trio (spacenk.com, $47): An exclusive Christmas candle with a unique cozy cinnamon, cedar and allspice scent...

Father’s Day Gift Guide…Best Gift Ideas for the Guys

Father’s Day is a day to honor all those important men who play a major ­role in our lives. Father’s, Grandfather’s, Uncles, Brothers, whoever...

Ultimate Gift Guide For Grads 2021

Graduation is a big milestone in one’s life. Whether it’s high school or college, it marks the beginning of a new chapter ahead. Typically,...

Holiday Stocking Stuffers

by Katherine Andrianas     Under the Mistletoe #LIPSTORIES Set ($29.00, Sephora.com). Features six new, party-ready shades in cream and metallic finishes: Confetti (metallic rose-gold), Toast (light nude),...

Holiday Gift Guide… His. Hers. Them.

by Katherine Andrianas     While we might be celebrating the holidays differently this year— more online shopping, smaller family gatherings, less travel, etc., there is still...

A Taste of Long IreLand

It’s that time of year again, to grab your lucky charms, dress up as a leprechaun and claim you’re Irish, even if you’re not. What started as a religious celebration to commemorate the life of Saint Patrick and the arrival of Christianity in Ireland, has evolved into so much more. Today, it is a celebration of the Irish culture through parades, special food, music, dancing, drinking and a whole lot of green. So, for Irish and non-Irish alike, say cheers to yet another year, by having a drink for yourself and for St. Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland!
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