CHICAGO - When it comes to that ever-curious species, the human consumer, peering through crystal balls is a long-practiced and practically irresistible art. Especially when we're entering a new year, and we're itching to know what the days ahead might bring.
No matter what country you choose to dine in, more than likely locals have some form of New Year's Day food tradition.
The Christmas season is in full swing, which means a calendar filled with parties.
Lori Fugere is a very animated speaker.
There are times when life creates its own story, when one's destiny becomes obvious.
At the end of the school day Tuesday, Chestatee Academy of Inquiry and Talent Development in Gainesville will convert into a "mini Smithsonian," Principal Suzanne Jarrard said.
What is the nature of genius? Is it something naturally inherent, or something that can be cultivated by environment and tutelage? Does it mean someone has a mind that can go beyond the normal human limitations, or someone who could be classified as having a mental disorder?
In most families, everyone has their designated role.
With more than 600 nativity scenes, holiday music and time for Christmas reflection, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will open its doors this weekend for the community to remember the reason for the season.
It is one week after 'Black Friday,' the supposed busiest shopping day of the year, and the question remains 'Is your Christmas shopping complete?' For some, the answer may be yes, but for most of us, we still have much to do.
Aside from yard decorations, wreaths are one of the first things that people - especially holiday guests - notice when they approach your home.
Making a list of December gardening tasks will keep you on top of this busy month and help ensure a healthy garden for the next few months to come.
The celebratory season is in full swing and that means one thing: holiday parties.
When the Gainesville City Council met in 1910 and agreed to purchase a Chandler Street property, they could hardly have known the legacy that their actions would leave behind.
Months of rehearsal have paid off for drama students at Gainesville High School, who were recently named state champions.