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Anyone with access to a welder and the Internet soon could make his or her own replacement parts or tools with a new 3D metal printer that can be …Inert
I made a Christmas table runner with some left over charm squares and scraps I had and it is pretty darn cute. There was no pattern, but if anyone …
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<b>Pick up a new, unopened toy or book and get yourself to A Christmas Care-All: Past, Presents and Future – a holiday bash with delicious food, great</b> …
Central Texas’ first Culinary Arts Career Conference for high school students was a HUGE success! The Austin Food & Wine Alliance’s day-long …
The Peddler Show is THIS WEEKEND, December 6-8 at the Pasadena Convention Center! Show Hours: $10 Sneak Peek/Stroller-Free shopping hour from …
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<b>Peppermint Candy Platter</b><p>You'lll need:<p>1 bag Red or Green Peppermints<br>• Cookie Tray<br>• Parchment Paper or wax paper<p>1.Pre-heat your oven to 325 degrees. Cover …Decorations
We're not at the end yet, but it looks like 2013 was Houston's year of the bicycle. Cyclists, alternative transit lovers and health advocates have …Cycling
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With a nod to the ghost of Dickens past and an eye towards the future, the 40th anniversary of Galveston's world famous Victorian holiday festival returns to Galveston Island December 6-8 with an additional day and a host of new events and activities. Tickets are on sale now at area Randalls stores, Bishop's Palace at 1402 Broadway and Eighteen Seventy One at 2217 The Strand. As always, attendees in Victorian costume are admitted for 1/2 price! The annual holiday street festival, based on 19th-century Victorian London, features parades, non-stop entertainment on five stages, strolling carolers, roving musicians, bagpipers, jugglers and a host of other entertainers. Costumed vendors peddle their wares from street stalls and rolling carts laden with holiday food and drink, Victorian-inspired crafts, clothing, jewelry, holiday decorations and gift items. Two descendants of Charles Dickens himself will once again grace the festival as GHF welcomes Lucinda Dickens Hawksley, great-great-great-granddaughter of Dickens, and Jane Monk, great-great-granddaughter. Both women will be at numerous events throughout the weekend starting with Dinner with Dickens. For more information: http://dickens.galvestonhistory.org/
It's a holiday tradition many people begin as kids with their parents — piling into the car and riding around town looking at Christmas lights. …Travel