Saturday, December 22, 2012
If the holidays leave you with little time to shop for gifts, try these stores in the nearby area for great last-minute gift ideas.
With all of the tree trimming, cookie baking and partygoing, there is so much to do during the holidays that it's easy to leave shopping for Christmas presents until the last minute. But by then, the malls and chain stores are usually chaotic and the mere thought of battling crowds is exhausting. Here are some ideas for easy gifts that can be bought locally and require little stress: Tell us: What are some of your own last-minute gift ideas? Share in the comments below.
Monday, December 17, 2012
Not sure what to get your partner this year for the holidays? Here are some ideas.
There are only a couple of weeks left to shop before Christmas. Whether you are shopping for your boyfriend, girlfriend, husband or wife, here are some gift ideas that are sure to please (check out the photos attached for a better look at the gifts): 1. Gone To The Oscars. The cookies and milk candle from Sweet Shoppe Candles was included in celebrity swag bags at the Oscars. You can purchase one of these Italian anise biscotti scented candles for $17.95 online. 2. Cynthia Rowley bag and wallet. The woman in your life will love to find this present under the tree. Pick up a Cynthia Rowley bag at Marshalls for $99.99. Want to go all out? Get her the wallet to match for $39.99. 3. Ski or snowboard. If the man in your life loves skiing and …
Saturday, December 24, 2011
Where is Santa? Patch will be offering NORAD's reports about Santa Claus’ whereabouts on Christmas Eve.
Santa Claus is preparing his sleigh and his workshop is putting the final touches on the toys. On Christmas Eve, Santa will make his worldwide trek – and Patch will be there to let you know his location and when he comes to Massachusetts. Check back with Patch on Christmas Eve (Saturday, Dec. 24) and we’ll provide NORAD's latest information about Santa Claus’ location. You can check Santa's current whereabouts with the map above (from NORAD) or by clicking here: http://www.noradsanta.org/en/