There’s an ongoing campaign in my community to “Buy Local” – spend your dollars close to home so jobs and businesses can survive and thrive.
Let’s see… This year I want to lose 15 pounds… This year I am going to get organized… This year…
Long before there was American Idol and Star Search and The Gong Show even, there was the Hedberg Family Christmas Program brought to you by… the Hedberg family, of course.
With the calendar page turned to December, Thanksgiving has come and gone – along with Black Friday. Most of you know the reason they call the busiest shopping day of the year Black Friday is because ...
I have nothing but fond memories of my childhood Christmases. And some very distinct recollections of our holiday decor, which can pretty much be summed up in one word: Kitsch.
It didn’t take our editorial staff long to realize that we’d struck a nerve with our recent reports on new policies at eBay.
Driving around the neighborhood, seeing all the inflatable figures on front lawns, lighted trees and other decorations, a person knows a major holiday is just around the corner.
My father, who is a child of the Great Depression, can recall with a high amount of respect, how critical President Franklin Roosevelt’s New Deal was in terms of turning around the economy and providing jobs for the unemployed.
The question is, what do you need to know? What would you like to learn? We are committed to continuing our Consumer Education series with helpful tips from our partners and experts in the industry and, often times, other readers like yourself.
They say a picture is worth a thousand words – and I don’t doubt that for a minute. Take a read through – and look through – our cover story and I bet you’ll agree.