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Create Your Own Wall Art!

January 21, 2020

The New Year is like a big blank wall in your house, ready to take on a refreshing new expression of self. Whether you have been eyeing that empty wall in the foyer or want a change of scenery – so to speak – in your main living area, here are a few colorful and …

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Save More Money in 2020!

January 14, 2020

Almost 99 million people will make a financial resolution this year – some to eliminate debt and others to amass more savings. If one of your New Year’s resolutions for 2020 is to save more money for a new home, to pay down debt, or take a vacation, here are some tips about how to …

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New Year’s Resolutions…For Your Home!

January 7, 2020

Every year gyms and health clubs see a spike in new memberships, air fryers fly off the shelves and we initiate meaningful activities to reconnect with friends. It’s New Year’s resolution time and as we vow to reinvent ourselves and spend quality time with friends and family in 2020, let’s also think about giving our …

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Crowd-Pleasing Breakfast Casseroles!

December 31, 2019

If your out-of-town guests came for Christmas and haven’t left, or you planned to throw a big holiday bash, but now decided instead to invite friends over for a New Year’s brunch – we’ve got you covered with these breakfast casserole recipes for a crowd. Whether it’s the holiday breakfast of champions from Food Network, or …

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Festive Holiday Doors!

December 17, 2019

Give visitors, guests and trolling carolers a warm welcome this holiday season, starting with the way you decorate your front door! Everything’s a palette during Christmas, Kwanza, Hanukkah and New Year’s. It really is the most wonderful time of the year and we’re pulling out all the stops to show you how to create a …

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Upcycled Holiday Decorations and Crafts!

December 10, 2019

While the definition of “upcycling” is to repurpose things you have lying around the house, many of the DIY craft ideas floating around on the internet require materials you would never have on hand! So, the criteria for our upcycled holiday decorations is that you should need to buy no more than one item, assuming you …

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The Grinch AND Parade of Lights This Weekend!

December 5, 2019

There is so much holiday cheer in Denver and Aurora this weekend that it’s hard to keep up! A must-see is the annual Parade of Lights in downtown Denver, a beloved tradition that welcomes the holiday season to town. Also in Denver are productions of favorite Christmas shows from The Grinch to A Christmas Carol …

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Southshore School Receives Top Honors

December 3, 2019

Caley Mitchell loves teaching economics, government and U.S. history to students at Cherokee Trail High School – the Cherry Creek school in Southshore that students ages 14 to 18 attend. She’s one of a passionate team of educators who praise the administration and staff at Cherokee — a school that was recently named among the …

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Vintage Comfort Food Recipes

November 26, 2019

Get ready for some down-home, vintage, Americana comfort food! These throw-back recipes from all over the country will give you a taste of tried-and-true dishes that some might call old-fashioned and others generational homeruns. From New England Apple Brown Betty, to Two Lucky Spoon’s Old-Fashioned Pot Roast and Vintage Recipe Project’s Salmon Patties, these authentic …

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Real and Alternative Christmas Trees

November 19, 2019

If you like the idea of a tree for Christmas or a bush for Hanukkah but want to avoid the whole dry pine needles problem that live trees cause by New Year’s, here are a few alternative ideas to consider. You’ll see variations of wooden trees — both naked wood and covered in upholstery fabric …

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