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Memorable Quotes ’12

Memorable Quotes ’12

“I could have went the other way if someone did not care enough to stay actively engaged in my life.”—Rev. Joseph Marshall “I’d always had the Lucille Ball approach to life: don’t mess [...]

How To Wrap It Up

How To Wrap It Up

Lindsay Myers was first introduced to furoshiki—a Japanese tradition of wrapping gifts in cloth—through a love of Lush bath and body products. “They started offering it as a re-useable, [...]

IN’s How To Guide To The Best Holidays Ever

IN’s How To Guide To The Best Holidays Ever

For a lot of people the holidays are about surviving. The never-ending shopping lists, the extra party invites, the mandatory family time, the excessive eating and drinking—sometimes just coming [...]

How To Give an Entertaining Gift

How To Give an Entertaining Gift

For a present that gives all year long—and isn’t a typical gift card—try gifting a membership or season ticket package to your friend’s favorite non-profit organization or sports team. There [...]

How To Get Crafty This X-Mas

How To Get Crafty This X-Mas

By Joani Delezen and Lilia Del Bosque Oakey Whitehouse For most of us, handmade gifts are a holiday myth—like the Elf on the Shelf or new year’s resolutions. We love the idea of getting crafty [...]

How To Be A Better Gift Giver

How To Be A Better Gift Giver

By Joani Delezen If there's one thing I pride myself on, it's being a good gift giver. I've never given a generic gift basket in my life—even when I worked at a lotion shop in the mall and gift [...]

How To Mind Your Manners

How To Mind Your Manners

By Jennie McKeon While you attend holiday parties, graciously give and receive presents and spend quality time with out-of-town relatives, don’t forget to be on your best behavior. When it comes [...]

How To Shop Local

How To Shop Local

It shouldn't come as a surprise that the IN is encouraging you to shop local whenever possible this holiday season. We do it every year. But just because the message is familiar, doesn't mean it's [...]

How To Survive the Holidays as a Vegan

How To Survive the Holidays as a Vegan

By Sarah McCartan ’Tis the season to spread holiday cheer and share good tidings of peace and joy, not being put on the defensive for one’s dietary needs. Now you may be thinking: Why do [...]

2012 Winners & Losers

2012 Winners & Losers

Picking winners and losers in an election year is relatively easy, but we at the Independent News chose to ignore the candidates, of course. Besides we prick and praise them on a weekly basis [...]

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