DIY Souvenirs

TC offers free vaccines to students

Texarkana College wants to make sure its students have every chance of getting a free COVID-19 vaccine, and they’ve partnered up with the Texarkana Bowie County Health Clinic to perform on-campus vaccinations on Wednesday 11. August 2021. The vaccines for the first dose of Maderna will be administered on Wednesday …

Read More »

Kids will love this summer space-themed series project from R&T Crew

R&T Crew is back with our third weekly DIY activity as part of our summer camp series to keep your little ones busy all summer long. This week, we take a step-by-step guide to crafting unusual space stones. Want more interactive and STEM-inspired activities? SUBSCRIBE Did you know that astronauts …

Read More »

31 best Halloween gifts for everyone

Halloween might not be the first holiday you associate with gifts, but there are actually plenty of reasons to surprise someone with a little something extra during this time. spellbinding fun period of the year. Maybe your best friend is obsessed with the holidays and you want to give them …

Read More »

The trick to avoiding in-store “shrinkflation”

antoniodiaz / Shutterstock.com You look intently at that carton of ice cream in the store freezer, and a nagging thought arises, “Has this thing shrunk lately?” “ Chances are, your eyes aren’t fooling you. The “shrinkage” – which occurs when the size of a product decreases, but the price remains …

Read More »

More cowbell? Turns out (Don’t be afraid) The Reaper just needed more Music Box

Author, musician and comedian Andy Riley – best known for best-selling cartoon books The Book of Rabbit Suicides, Big Lies to Tell Little Kids, DIY Dentistry and Beer makes daddy strong – stunned many on Twitter with a new take on the 1976 Blue Oyster Cult classic (Don’t be afraid) …

Read More »

How to wake up Gulliver in Animal Crossing: New Horizons

Let’s face it, Gulliver from Animal Crossing: New Horizons is a bit of a jerk. However, the whole ordeal in waking him up is getting a gift from him in return for his help. It sounds a little selfish, but it’s just a game. The iconic seagull has been a …

Read More »

New rule targets fake “Made in USA” products

Anton Gvozdikov / Shutterstock.com Just in time for July 4th, the federal government has made it a little easier to be a Patriot when shopping. The Federal Trade Commission has released a new ruling to crack down on traders who falsely claim their products are made in the United States. …

Read More »

Family fun: Summer Nature Series and Houston Caribbean Festival are top picks

Summer Nature Series with Harris County Precinct 4 at Levy Park. Photo: Levy Park Hang Out Hangar The CAF Houston Wing Museum and Hangar is open the first and third Saturday of each month, welcoming visitors to view its collection of WWII aircraft. The museum also features a unique collection …

Read More »

Inverurie Watsons hardware store announces closure after 182 years

One of Inverurie’s best-loved and oldest businesses announced its closure next month, after 182 years in the town square. Watsons, which sells a variety of items ranging from crafts and garden supplies to pottery and local souvenirs, was taken over by current owner Mary Sloan in 2000. She was the …

Read More »

Girls’ getaway: hit the road to relax and have fun

Wisconsin has many destinations with perfect amenities for a “girls’ getaway” weekend, but only a few truly offer the complete package. These three communities have so much to offer to create the perfect itinerary for you and your friends: Sturgeon Bay Sturgeon Bay is the city that lives on and …

Read More »