Save your family keepsake. What do you do if you find that your salt dough ornament is cracked or broken? Sadly, it's unlikely that you can repair a salt dough piece to look like it did before, says crafter
Eyeing your unlooked-for new candle collection and wondering whether any are refundable? Furtively returning those sequinned items that seemed so vital when purchased drunk on December 17th, then rejected
Try these practical ideas and you'll find that next year decorating will be a breeze. Forget the diet or the detox for a moment. This year, put sorting out the Christmas decorations as you pack them away
Well, that was nice, wasn’t it? 370m mince pies, 40m rolls of sticky tape, 108m rolls of wrapping paper, and hangovers – so many hangovers. But Christmas is over now, and we’re thrust into January, dazed
Revelers around the globe are bidding farewell Monday to a year filled with challenges to many of the world’s most basic institutions, including politics, trade, alliances and religion. Fireworks, concerts,
Champagne doesn't count as a food. We have a very, er, specific New Year's Eve food tradition in my household. It's an elaborate shrimp tree, and my mother and I spend hours constructing it each year.
Best of all, you won't start 2019 with a massive hangover. The last few days of the year are ticking by, and it's almost time to ring in the new. If you're looking for ways to get your kids excited about
Politics, science, technology, TV, books … here’s what to expect in the year ahead A year is much more than just 365 days, or one orbit of the Earth around the sun. One year produces so many events and
Good morning. Maybe you’re gearing up already for tonight’s viewing of “When Harry Met Sally” or “The Poseidon Adventure” or “Sunset Boulevard,” whatever narrative gets you through the last evening of
Need-now appetizers, coming right up. How much prep have I done for my New Year’s Eve party tonight? Ahem. I don’t know. How much prep have you done? But guys, it’s totally fine. Because if any holiday
“I should invite some people over for New Year’s!” you said. “It will be fun!” you said. “I can pull this off!” you said. And right about now, you might be saying: “Help!” Maybe your holiday budget is
[What you need to know to start the day: Get New York Today in your inbox.] There is an industrial stretch of 37th Street in Long Island City, Queens, just off Queens Boulevard where you can walk and be
It's not as early as you might think. Christmas Day has been and gone for another year, and thoughts are now turning to New Year celebrations but when should you take your Christmas tree down? Don't be
Twinkling pine, spruce and fir trees bring holiday cheer to homes around the world. But with the end of festivities comes the not-so-jolly chore of disrobing and discarding these unwieldy house guests.