So, just because you have kids that doesn’t mean that NYE has to be boring. Here are a few ideas to countdown to the New Year and still get the kids in bed before midnight. Then, if you’re like me,
On my way home from work, I stopped by Family Dollar to look for a white elephant gift for a party tonight (procrastination at its finest, I know!). Surprisingly, (or not) I didn’t find a gift for the party, but
If you haven’t been able to get out and enjoy the season, you still have time. The season is all around us! Depending on your area and your adventures, you can catch lights at Ashland’s Central Park, Hurricane’s Valley Park (wave
Be sure to check the calendar! There are 20 events on the calendar just for today! Many haven’t passed yet! If on your phone, click on menu, calendar, today’s date, then at the bottom of the page, click to
Nancy Muth is an amazingly talented local artist. She volunteered to do artwork for one of the forty-two trains that were placed throughout town this summer (many of which can still be seen) to raise funds for Hoops Children’s
I’m definitely reliving my childhood through my daughter. That’s why we have them, right? I mean, when else is it really appropriate to squeal with delight at seeing a house beautifully decorated for the season? Seriously, I went on the
This morning I woke up in Huntington but somehow landed in Whoville. The Cabell Public Library did a wonderful job (as always) of transforming the fourth floor into a magical adventure. Whoville visitors enjoyed taking pictures with The Grinch,
When you think of Christmas in the Tri-State area, what do you think about? I think of Huntington’s annual Christmas parade, Ashland’s Central Park Winter Wonderland of Lights, cruising to see festively decorated houses, and visiting Santa at the mall.