Holiday

Here are a list of holiday events going on in Cleveland this weekend. Events in Winterfest Village in Playhouse Square 1-4:30 p.m. Fusion. Live and Talespinner Theater Fusion. Live will be providing family-friendly holiday entertainment at the Winterfest Children’s Stage. The Children’s Stage will also host 2 special performances of  Peter and the Wolf by […]

RELAX (DON’T DO IT)—YOUR ACTION PLAN In theory, nothing sounds nicer or more wholesome than spending a few cozy days with family making holiday cookies, listening to seasonal tunes, and—of course—bonding. But between Mom’s ongoing vendetta against your sister’s significant other, Aunt Sarah’s constant need to be the center of attention, Dad’s grudge against his […]

Getty Images The Thanksgiving holiday is undoubtedly the busiest travel time of the year with notorious transportation delays, traffic and travel snags all meeting travelers at nearly every turn. But with a bit of foresight and some Thanksgiving travel planning, you may ease some travel headaches whether you’re heading home for the holidays or escaping […]

As we all know, Thanksgiving isn’t always the harmonious holiday it’s sometimes made out to be. Stick a bunch of relatives together in the same house, add menu planning and alcohol, and things can get a little snippy. Many people have strong opinions about how to cook the turkey, what side dishes to serve and […]

Observed annually on August 31, National Trail Mix Day honors the mix that was developed as a healthy snack to be taken along on hikes. Trail mix is an ideal hike snack food because it is very lightweight, easy to store, nutritious and provides a quick energy boost from the carbohydrates in the dried fruits or […]

Pack a raincoat if you’re traveling for the holidays in the eastern United States. A mix of rain, storms, wind and even a little snow is predicted for Tuesday and Wednesday, according to CNN meteorologist Michael Guy. The wet mess may create problems for folks heading to grandma’s house. Rain could cause flight delays of […]

  The holidays are supposed to be a  time of good cheer, family gatherings, and feelings of peace and joy. But for some, that’s a vision that only happens in the movies. For them, this time of year sets the stage for what could be a very explosive situation. Intimate Partner Violence or IPV occurs between […]

The holiday season is officially here, and cities around the globe are celebrating by erecting brightly-lit trees in parks and city squares. See the best Christmas trees around the world, from traditional firs to enormous Lego creations. CLICK HERE to read story source: BCNN1.com

Rudolph shows off his nose that glows so bright to future dentist Hermey in “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer,” which first aired in December of 1964. RANKIN-BASS/CBS It happened just yesterday: the 50th anniversary of the debut of one of the most beloved of all Christmas television specials. We refer to the inimitable “Rudolph the Red-Nosed […]

  A warning is coming out today from Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine. You should protect your donations. “They help me out…they help everyone out every month,” said Delores Mohn from Cleveland. She is out of work and needs the West Side Ecumenical Ministry’s food pantry through the Greater Cleveland Food Bank. It’s an important resource […]

  If Thanksgiving and Black Friday weren’t enough – or even too much – for some shoppers, retailers will continue to dish out deals on Cyber Monday. Thanks to an internet that’s always open for business, Cyber Monday is a little easier on shoppers than Black Friday. But that doesn’t mean it’s a breeze. “There […]