in 2010 in an effort to partner with businesses to help them reach more customers. People are encouraged to shop at small businesses on the Saturday after Thanksgiving each year. This year the event is November 29th. American Express members …
This week kicks off our annual Holiday Gift Guide, full of local gift ideas, events and fun during the fast approaching holiday season. During the hustle and bustle of Thanksgiving, meal planning, mad dashes to the grocery store and making sure we have enough room for all our guests, it’s easy to forget about how lucky we are. It is truly a time to count our blessings. There are many families struggling to make ends meet, so the idea of Thanksgiving becomes stressful in an entirely different way. Tackling dinner on a regular basis can be difficult, and the idea of a turkey dinner is simply out of the question. Enter: 2nd Harvest Food Bank and Tom’s Turkey Drive.
Entertainment Spokane! Featuring all kinds of upcoming entertainment options throughout our area. Music. Stage. Theatre. Dance. Shows. Visual Arts. Clubs. Restaurants. Shopping. Community Events and more.
Homeowners whose homes have fireplaces understand that a little more maintenance goes into autumn prep work for their homes than for those homeowners without fireplaces. Readying the fireplace for another season of use requires some upkeep.
People who have slept within steps of a leaky faucet know full well the nuisance that such water fixtures present. A leaky faucet can make it difficult to sleep at night, but leaks around the house also cost homeowners lots of money.
With the arrival of National Diabetes Month, it’s important to be aware of the risk of diabetes. Millions of people across the globe suffer from diabetes, a term used to describe a group of metabolic diseases in which a person has high blood pressure resulting from the body’s cells not responding properly to insulin and/or inadequate insulin production. According to researchers at Australia’s Baker IDI Heart and Diabetes Institute, if the spread of type 2 diabetes continues at its current rate, there will be roughly 439 million adults with diabetes across the globe in the year 2030. Though some cases of diabetes cannot be prevented, a healthy lifestyle can prevent or delay the onset of type 2 diabetes.