NEW YORK (AP) — Books are an easy gift choice, but that doesn't mean they can't be fresh. There's always a great selection around the holidays for a range of ages and interests.
“Creature,” by Shaun Tan.
NEW YORK (AP) — The look of Nancy Meyers' movies. Inside Ina Garten's kitchen. Oversize cable knit sweaters. A quality, timeless trench. All things pumpkin spice.
NEW YORK (AP) — Barbiecore has legs ahead of next year's release of the live-action “Barbie” movie and the 60th anniversary of the old gal's Dreamhouse (the 1979 dwelling was the best).
For the film buff in your life, there are plenty of gift options that go beyond a ticket to the cinema. Here are some ideas to get the reels rolling.
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NEW YORK (AP) — Adults. They, too, need fun stuff for the holidays.
From sweet treats to things with wheels, some ideas for pleasing a child at heart this holiday season:
Jigsaw puzzlers found their happy place, and their people, during the pandemic. Puzzling was already a thing, but soon more groups formed on social media, while popular puzzles disappeared quickly from online and actual shelves.
Music is never out of fashion as a gift idea. Here are some outstanding vinyl box sets for lovers of Neil Young, Billie Holiday and Ella Fitzgerald, Iron Maiden and a certain ex-Beatle, a book about the beginning of rock at Sun Records and another about The Byrds, some tough-looking boots made in collaboration with The Clash, and even a perfume inspired by Whitney Houston.