Christmas Style: The Past Still Wins by a Landslide

Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house

Exploring the Holidays Around the Globe

Thanksgiving has been had. Games have been watched and the golden turkey has caused a great

Draft Begins: Deaf, Blind & Dumb with the Commissioner of the NFL

  Draft Begins: Deaf, Blind & Dumb with the Commissioner of the NFL by Amy Lignor   Ah…tradition! There are a great many traditions the NFL holds dear; each year’s draft is one of them. People get excited; newspapers and networks go crazy; fans root for the college souls that proved they would one day […]

Don’t Blame it on the Turkey

  Don’t Blame it on the Turkey By Amy Lignor   Ah…Turkey Day. When Thanksgiving comes along, family and friends get together and enjoy a good, good meal. Or, that is exactly what the process should be. But there were three things on this particular Turkey Day that ruffled a few feathers. For those families […]

A Tradition Needing to Go Green

  A Tradition Needing to Go Green ~ Samantha Lewis Let’s face it, the last thing anyone was thinking about during the famous Carnival time in New Orleans, was the fact that there may have been toxic chemicals all around them. From the objects tossed into the crowd to the parade route itself, the well-known […]