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How can you make sure your party will stand out from the rest? I'm here to give you a few tips to accomplish just that.
Uncertain what to get for people on your seasonal gift list? A trip to a local bookstore -- yes, a few remain -- will offer a trove of ideas. Here are few to get you started.
Have a videophile on your Holiday gift list? Here's a sampling of what's out there to stock stuffings and keep the Blu-ray player humming.
Leave it to The Second City improv masters, to mine comedic gold from holiday horrors such as drunken relatives, inappropriate gifts and office parties gone wild.
Shoppers can sniff out a legitimate deal from a fake one and are even leaving items in online shopping carts as reminders to look for a better bargain.
Why not give a book? Books never run out of batteries, they don't have to be turned off before bedtime, and they're totally calorie-free. Take a look at these suggestions...
Christmas is going digital at the White House this year. The holiday decorations unveiled Wednesday by first lady Michelle Obama include 3-D printed ornaments designed by students, tinkerers, engineers and artists from around the country.
Brian Allen, owner of San Francisco's S16 Home, offers easy and innovative tips for holiday decor.
The holidays are nearly here, and you haven't even begun shopping for that special lady in your life. Don't panic! EDGE brings you a hot list of gifts guaranteed to warm the heart (and other assorted body parts) of your lady love.
Are you scrambling to pull together a holiday menu and worried about accommodating guests with special dietary needs? Max Hansen Catering offers EDGE readers a simple and delicious meal that will bring out your inner Julia Child.
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