Have you started planning your gift-giving strategy for the holiday season? Scout out your favorite shops, get shopping, and afterward, return to a cozy holiday party with your friends and family -- because the only thing better than shopping all day, is showing off your goods afterward.
In 1954, the United Nations declared November 20th Universal Children’s Day, a date on which the well-being of the world’s littlest citizens would take center stage. Observe the occasion by inviting your kid's friends over for an afternoon of fun and togetherness.
Martha Stewart Living isn't the only 1990 sensation celebrating a silver anniversary this year. Toast the 25th birthday of the hit film "Home Alone" this weekend with a sensational shindig even wily and witty 8-year-old Kevin McCallister would love.
Sweet tooths, get excited! November 4th is National Candy Day. To help you celebrate, we envisioned a candy-bar-meets-crafternoon that's full of sweet recipes, decadent decor, and colorful confectionary creations.
When your BFFL went vegan, you were totally supportive. You were with her through tofu cream cheese, excessive amounts of peanut butter, and the unfortunate discovery that some wine is not vegan. But it's (thankfully) over! She finally broke, and it's back to meatballs, bacon, and milk shakes. So let's celebrate.
For those who have neither the finances nor the willpower to haul themselves to ye olde hallowed halls, homecoming is a bit of a bust. But it needn't be so! Throw your own homecoming party -- without leaving your house.