Industry experts advise anyone hoping to travel over the holidays to make reservations as early as now.
Posted in September 2022 by
The National Christmas Tree is an annual tradition that dates back to 1923. It is a massive tree that is cut down and transported to Washington D.C. Each year, a different state is honored to send a massive tree to Washington D.C. President Calvin Coolidge lighted the first official National ...
Posted in June 2022 by
Christmas is a magical time of year and a season of giving and sharing. It is a time to spend with family and friends, volunteering, and reflecting on what matters in life. Several small towns across the country will make excellent traveling destinations. These towns are treasures of history, natural ...
Posted in May 2022 by
The Crestron Lighting System is breaking new ground and pushing the boundaries of what home automation can be. The Crestron L-Fiber has been developed with a new concept: the ability to control LED light fixtures. This innovative LED light fixture can control over 30 million colors and bring incredible lighting ...
Posted in April 2022 by
The housing market in Denver is on fire and has been for a while even during the pandemic.
No one knows why a particular city experiences a housing market boom. Sure, experts can point to various factors, but it's never a sure answer. Nonetheless, Denver is going through a boom, and ...
Posted in March 2022 by
When planning an outdoor Christmas decorating project or if you have any other outdoor electrical needs, the question about what type of cord to use may arise. Some people research the differences between SPT-1 and SPT-2 cords online with the belief that the information that they will find is correct.
Updated in February 2022
Environmental activists say that one of the simplest ways to reduce, reuse, and recycle Christmas decorations is to collect used ornaments through the holidays. You can then take them back to your community recycling center or place them in a container labeled "Ornaments." This can help preserve the local environment ...
Posted in December 2021 by
Unfortunately, it appears that Santa Claus and his reindeer might fall a bit behind this year. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic creating shutdowns and shipping jams at seaports, factories, and retail stores over the past year, many toy manufacturers are concerned about delays in their products reaching customers this Christmas.
Posted in August 2021 by
Companies that supply items to businesses like Target and Walmart for the holiday season could see a delay in shipments. Many businesses have already placed orders in the event that there is a wait due to cargo issues and holds that could occur so that stores will be stocked for ...
Posted in July 2021 by
When thinking of the winter holiday season, lights are a tradition that stands strong. If you plan to hang up Christmas lights outside of your home this year, there are some things to know before you start. Being prepared means your display will be as safe and beautiful as possible.
Posted in June 2021 by
When the holiday season arrives, you might begin planning what you're going to make for your Christmas dinner. If you don't want to spend a lot of time in the kitchen, there are a few dishes that are easy to make and that can give your table a festive appearance ...
Posted in April 2021 by
The Denver Metro Association of Realtors or the DMAR paid attention to the numbers and realized that a home in this city doesn't sit on the market for weeks. It sells in just five days, and that was in January.
Posted in March 2021 by
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