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Gardeners love spring. It's when they finally get to shop for seeds and seedlings, get out the gardening tools, and start planting. If you're shopping for someone with a green thumb, we've come up with four gifts, all sure to delight an avid... Read More »
Kwanzaa (Dec. 26 to Jan. 1) is a spiritual and joyous occasion celebrated in the African-American community. Kwanzaa was created in 1966 and introduced to reinforce seven basic values of African culture. These values are the called the Nguzo... Read More »
When you hear “homemade,” do you immediately think of dry macaroni glued to construction paper or a yarn doily crocheted by granny? Think again. Today’s handcrafted products are often useful, beautiful, and one of a kind. We’re raising our... Read More »
Hosting Hanukkah dinner is no small feat. Planning the meal, cooking the food, decorating the table—and the clean up—oh vey! Thank the host or hostess for their hard work with a thoughtful gift (and ensure a repeat invite next year.) Read More »