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October Activities

October Activities

Take a deep breath, it’ll probably have a cool bite in the air when you do. With that, it’s time to jump, or fall, head first into October! This month brings with it a ton of activities for you to enjoy your days and nights. With that in mind, we figured it would be a …

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Fall Forward: Best Things to do This Fall Season

Fall Forward: Best Things to do This Fall Season

As you might have noticed, between the hot days and long nights, there is a certain crisp bite in the air every once in a while. After the unofficial end to Summer passes the Monday after Labor Day, people tend to embrace the fall atmosphere and season. You’ll notice pumpkin spiced drinks aplenty and cider-heavy …

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Best Summer Foods

Best Summer Foods

Craving something sweet and refreshing? Maybe something charred and fresh off the grill? We get it. It’s summertime and that means you’re entitled to be picky about what food you’re craving. If you’re anything like us, you want to take advantage of those warm summer days and nights outside, sipping something cold and eating something …

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4th of July: How to Make the Most of Your Day

4th of July: How to Make the Most of Your Day

It’s that time of the year again. Where red, white, and blue become dress code and fireworks become the entertainment of the night. Not to mention the smoky aroma of that barbecue grill and refreshing cold beverages during the warm summer sun. 4th of July is a day to be festive and a day to …

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BBQ Tips

BBQ Tips

As we roll into June, it’s time to start rolling out those grills and dusting the cobwebs off your grilling utensils. In order to truly appreciate summer, a good outdoor BBQ day is essential. Having friends over, enjoying some refreshing cocktails, and eating some fantastic BBQ is what makes for unforgettable days. In order to …

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Cinco De Mayo

Cinco De Mayo

With Cinco de Mayo falling on a Saturday this year, it’s no wonder everyone is getting excited for this festive holiday. While used as an excuse to indulge in some delicious Mexican food or refreshing margaritas, there’s more to this day of remembrance than people know. For starters, Cinco de Mayo is not Mexico’s actual …

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Fun Spring Activities To Do This Year

Fun Spring Activities To Do This Year

Spring has sprung and with that comes warmer weather, more sunlight, and the urge to spend more time outside. While you may be overwhelmed by the sunshine and the endless opportunities it brings, we encourage you to write down a list of your favorite activities. If you need a little jumpstart to that list, we’ve …

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St Patrick’s Day

St Patrick’s Day

It’s that time of the year again, where everyone suddenly has a little bit of Irish in them. As March begins, so to does everyone’s penchant to get into the green-inspired holiday spirit. While St. Patrick’s Day may now be more about parades, bar crawls, and Guinness, its roots are a little more humble. Starting …

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Black History Month

Black History Month

In 1926, Carter G. Woodson started “Negro History Week” the second week of February because it encompassed both Frederick Douglass’ birthday on February 14 and Abraham Lincoln’s birthday on February 12th. Since 1976, every U.S. president has officially designated the month of February as Black History Month. It was that year of 1976 in which …

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New Year New Entertainment

New Year New Entertainment

The clock has struck 12 and the New Year is here! We’re officially in 2018 and the past year couldn’t have gone by any faster. For some it was the best year of their life and for others it was… not so much. Regardless of the year you had, there is plenty to look forward …

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It’s Almost Time for a Winter Wonderland

It’s Almost Time for a Winter Wonderland

It seems like it was just yesterday that everyone was talking about the first day of fall, and here we are in the holiday season preparing for winter. Winter is almost here with only 20 days left until the Winter Solstice. The Winter Solstice marks the shortest day of year or better put, the day …

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Décor and Dessert Ideas for This Thanksgiving Day

Décor and Dessert Ideas for This Thanksgiving Day

Now that summer is a thing of the past and fall is upon us, so is the holiday season. As of today, there are 22 days until Thanksgiving, 54 days until Christmas and 60 days until the New Year! With Thanksgiving only 22 days away there is much to prepare for from getting the house …

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Falling into a New Season

Falling into a New Season

It is hard to believe that fall is already here. For some, it could not have come any sooner, and for others its arrival came too soon. Whether it may feel like it or not, the season of fall or autumn officially began on the afternoon of September 22. We’re now in that time of …

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Labor Day: Twenty Seventeen Edition

Labor Day: Twenty Seventeen Edition

For many, Memorial Day symbolized the unofficial start of summer and similarly, Labor Day serves as its counterpart symbolizing the end of summer. This comes from the fact that for most children and young adults school is in full swing by or the week of Labor Day associating it with the end of summer. While …

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What’s Your Summer 2017 Bucket list?

What’s Your Summer 2017 Bucket list?

The season of summer won’t officially end until September 22, giving you a chance to get done everything you wanted to do during Summer 2017. For those who may have had a short list and gotten through them all, here are ideas to add to your list. Attend an outdoor summer concert: The perfect time …

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4th of July

4th of July

When you think of summer you think of the 4th of July. This holiday brings about another sun-filled weekend spent with family and friends. While Memorial Day unofficially symbolizes the start of summer, the 4th of July lets us know summer is in full swing! By this time of year: it’s officially the summer season, …

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