As a youngster, I never could get my fill of maraschino cherries. That is, until the day I got my hands on a whole jar of them, sat down with a spoon and proceeded to finish them off.
I haven't put another maraschino cherry in my mouth since that sitting.
When Corinne Morse found one of her late grandmother's handwritten recipes inside an old cookbook, she wanted to share it with her mother. So she transferred an image of the recipe card onto tea towels for her mother and other relatives.
Lana Effron, a Denver-based graphic designer with an online shop and a collaboration with
With the last day of the fall Aiken Standard Home and Garden Show wrapped up, the event was declared a success – both by vendors and the team behind the whole thing.
Kathleen Stevens, a self-described artist working through wood, said the seventh annual event was "a whole lot of fun."
NEW YORK (AP) — Watch out for the 7-foot box on the doorstep. Amazon plans to sell and ship fresh, full-size Christmas trees this year.
But a live tree is no paperback book. Amazon says the Christmas trees, including Douglas firs and Norfolk Island pines, will be bound and shipped without water in the usual sort of box.
Residents going to see fireworks at this year's Fire Over Aiken also have the chance to see products and services offered by many Aiken County businesses.
Atlantic Broadband will present the inaugural Home and Garden Show for the first time at the 2018 Fire Over Aiken on Saturday, June 23, at the Western Carolina State Fairgrounds, 1566 Columbia Highway N.
Planning out how to arrange furniture in your home — or plants in your garden — used to involve a pencil, graph paper, a measuring tape and a lot of imagination...
WASHINGTON (AP) — Anna Cristina Niceta Lloyd auditioned for the job of White House social secretary and may not have known it.
The veteran event planner's creativity and handicraft were prominently on display at President Donald Trump's inaugural luncheon at the Capitol, the fifth one she has worked on.
LANGLEY, Wash. (AP) — Severe drought is parching large sections of America, but that doesn't mean giving up on gardening. Plants can be coaxed through the hot summer months despite severe water restrictions.
Crabapple branches drenched in white, pink or red blossoms are a strong enticement to go out and buy one of these trees. First, however, put a little thought into which variety you plant.
There are about 900 varieties on the market, and planting a crabapple is a decision that lasts for decades.
It's not enough to knit sweaters for our children and grandchildren — no. Dexterous fingers need more. They need to knit something smaller, faster: They need to knit hats for cats.
What started as a lark — and to honor the grandmother who taught her to knit — has turned into steady work for Sara Thomas, author of "Cats in Hats: 30 Knit and Crochet Patterns for Your Kitty" (Running Press, March 2015).