The style list
The Ghost of Christmas Past isn’t the only thing to be afraid of this holiday season. Pageant hair, super-cleavage, and other heinous holiday style blunders are much more terrifying than an old dude in chains.
Who do we have to thank?
The history of Canadian Thanksgiving goes back several centuries. In fact, historical records indicate that various First Nations tribes celebrated a ceremony of thanksgiving many years before the European settlers arrived.
What to do with your leftover holiday junk
1. Candy Canes. You could eat these minty hooked treats OR use them as actual canes for your younger sibling or cousin’s mangled Barbie...
Your holiday party clothing solution
In late November, the season of dinner parties for various holidays begins, lasting from the end of classes to New Year’s Eve. Every year, we...