The U.S. and Canadian military will entertain millions of kids again this Christmas Eve with second-by-second updates on Santa’s global whereabouts. But there’s something new this year: public criticism.
Operation Homefront is giving hundreds of military families and their children an early start on the Christmas holiday thanks to a toy distribution party at the Moose Lodge in Lorton Sunday afternoon.
Twinkling lights, ornament-strewn trees and bustling campgrounds. Those are signs of the Christmas season in this Kentucky town, where the Amazon.com distribution center recruits an armada of RV owners as seasonal workers to help fill holiday orders.
While the box office may be in short supply of festive films, local museums, libraries and theaters have holiday movies galore.
Where does Santa Claus learn to chortle “Ho, ho, ho!” and listen to the wishes of children all over the world?
Enough free movies to cover a Christmas tree are arriving at local museums, libraries and playhouses this week.
The graves of some American heroes buried at Arlington National Cemetery may be wreathless this holiday season.
Some child advocates are upset that the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) is providing Santa Claus with a fighter jet escort around the globe in this year’s tracking program.
The price of lords-a-leaping and ladies dancing has spiked this holiday season, but other items mentioned in the carol “The Twelve Days of Christmas” still cost the same as they did last year.
Holiday time is upon us yet again, and before the stress weighs you down, it’s a good idea to have a plan in place to help ensure that you’ll make it through the season with a smile.