When it comes to Thanksgiving dinner, you can predict many elements about how it will all turn out. The food you’ll find on the table, the football gameplay the boys will call “huge”, the story Aunt Brenda will inevitably recount about her first attempt at making a turkey. After all, the holidays are rooted in tradition and it is nice to look forward to seeing the same people and celebrating the same traditions every year.…"Thanksgiving drinks to impress your guests"
Los Angeles looks a little different this time of year, with more flashy decor, people throwing more parties and of course even more Hustle and bustle. To celebrate this season, we asked eight LA illustrators to create their own take on the Southern California Christmas celebrations. And as a gift to you, readers, we’ve turned them into downloadable phone and computer wallpapers. Below you can meet any illustrator and choose which interpretation appeals to you…"8 festive (and free!) Holiday backgrounds"
Hooray! December 1st is over and Christmas trees across the country are decked out in bay windows and entrances, waiting for a stack of deliciously wrapped gifts to adorn their base (why does that sound dirtier than intended …) Day itself officially begins. And while the trickier “What in the world can I buy Uncle Steve’s meat and two veggies” may have been resolved after the Black Friday sale, the next age-old question of how…"3 different styles of wrapping paper that Rowan Atkinson would be really proud of"
We all know the importance of calcium for strong bones, a key part of human anatomy. But have you taken the time to think about whether only calcium can keep you healthy or not? And if not, what other nutrients does your body need to keep your bones fit and healthy? First of all, we are not saying that calcium is not important, but calcium is not the only nutrient your body needs. It may…"5 most important nutrients for building bones apart from calcium"