Helping the troops, marveling at the strange hurricane season of 2010, HIV quiz, and songs about wind and storms.
Heroic cats, a sandwich in a can, giving data, texting, and a song.
These Stores of Hope offer holiday shoppers a chance to buy something they can feel but cannot see, hear, smell, taste, or hold. Chapters near Minneapolis, Las Vegas, and Phoenix have opened stores and kiosks for the 2010 Holiday Season.
Give the gift that saves the day.
You can watch tonight’s Graceland lighting celebration on the Graceland Cam. The event will support the American Red Cross.
From now until Dec. 10, you can send holiday cards to American service members, their families and veterans all over the world.
Last Tuesday night my apartment building in downtown DC had a 3-alarm fire
Spaghetti, Dick van Dyke, Foodie survival kits, cake wrecks, and a young conductor in today’s edition of What We’re Reading.
Similar Red Cross moments separated by 63 years.
You know the drill. This Sunday morning (2am) we’re all going to fall back in time one hour. We recommend you change your smoke alarm batteries while you’re already doing the change-your-clocks chore.