There are so many wonderful aspects of the holiday season that help to induce that warm and fuzzy, festive vibe – the decorations, the music, the chilly weather, shopping for gifts, indulgent foods – the list goes on and on.
The holidays are a time for relishing in the various family traditions that we each hold near and dear to our hearts, whether they are tried-and-true traditions passed down through generations of family or brand-new traditions that have just been developed, all traditions have a way of making the holidays feel personal and special.
The holidays, especially Thanksgiving, are generally a time when close friends and family and enjoy food, drinks, and quality time together; a time for making memories with the people that you love the most.
After a career spanning nearly six decades in the entertainment industry, Cicely Tyson, 93, has made history countless times for her acting performances, her daring fashion choices, and the dynamic way that she continues to pave the way for so women in the industry.
Dane Ray Cummings has driven the same garbage route for 8 years in Butte County, California.
As far as legendary musicians go, Joni Mitchell is undeniably one of the most important and influential female artists of all time. Known for writing songs that express her social and environmental principles, in addition to lyrics that explore romance, heartache, disappointment, and happiness.
We listen to music for a variety of different reasons – for pure enjoyment, to relax and unwind, to fuel our workouts, to create a certain mood, to help with focus and productivity – the list of reasons for listening to music is seemingly endless.
When it comes to celebrations of any kind, no one does it quite like the Royal Family does – and Prince Charles’s recent 70th birthday party was no exception.
Michael Caine, 85, is an internationally acclaimed actor who has appeared in more than 125 films (Alfie, Sleuth, A Muppet Christmas Carol, The Dark Knight Trilogy) throughout the span of his six-decade career in the entertainment industry.
The internet is going wild after learning about an unlikely friendship that began at a local McDonald’s in Noblesville, Indiana between 28-year-old Eric Haralson and a 70-year-old woman named Jan.