Month: July 2017

Cool Down with Patriotic Frozen Pops

Cool Down with Patriotic Frozen Pops

The perfect treat to celebrate and escape the heat this summer (Family Features) With backyard barbecues, pool parties and patriotic celebrations in full swing leading up to the Fourth of July, kids are constantly on the go with summertime activities. For long summer days in 

Pet of the Month: Dashing Denny needs a home!

Pet of the Month: Dashing Denny needs a home!

At two years old, Denny is coming into the best of puppyhood: the sweet and trainable time. A male Doberman/Shepherd mix, Denny appears to have hit the genetic jackpot, getting the best traits of both (loyalty, high intelligence, and strong family bonding). He’s hit his 

The Big Appeal of Small-House Living

The Big Appeal of Small-House Living

By Jennifer M. Aguilar Have you become obsessed with the idea of small house living, thanks to shows like Tiny House Living, Tiny House Nation, and Tiny House, Big Living? If so, you’re not alone. The small home craze seems to be sweeping America, big 

Fresh Takes on the Cake

Fresh Takes on the Cake

By Jesse Darland   Because the wedding cake often forms the centerpiece of your reception, you want it to reflect your taste, sophistication and sense of style. It also gives you the chance to show off your wedding theme and delight guests with a culinary 

Smoky Mountain Escape

Smoky Mountain Escape

By Rhonda Briggs ROAD TRIP! These two simple words can either conjure up emotions of elation or dread depending on who will be in the car. For dedicated road trippers, simply planning and preparing ahead of time can make for a great adventure. This summer, 

The Ongoing Evolution of the Revolutionary DAR

The Ongoing Evolution of the Revolutionary DAR

By Jennifer M. Aguilar If you grew up in the United States, and specifically in the south, then you’ve likely heard the term “DAR” before. You might even know what those letters stand for, the Daughters of the American Revolution, but for many there is 

Whiskers for Wounded Warriors

Whiskers for Wounded Warriors

By Sonia Duggan A brigade of bearded men make their way through the hallways of the Dallas VA hospital the first Sunday of each month on a mission. It’s a simple one and a noble one. They want to meet veterans and let them know