Holiday Cheer, Festive Air, Season’s Greetings – no, it’s not Christmas yet – it is another holiday – Diwali (or Deepavali) – the Festival of Lights celebrated by millions of Indians – this weekend on Nov 2nd and 3rd.
While Thanksgiving, Christmas and birthdays are often the celebrations most synonymous with being home, it’s actually Halloween that deserves the most credit. There’s no other day when random, crazy-looking people visit your front door and you open it without question bearing gifts for their enjoyment. And “being home” is the central part of Halloween.
Halloween is right around the corner and it’s one of the few holidays where complete strangers visit your home and it’s totally ok. But we don’t want you to be the lame house on the block this Halloween. We want you to be the home the kids talk about for years to come. So here’s our list of useful tips on how to be the awesome home in your neighborhood this Halloween.
As Home of the Brave Week comes to a close, we wanted to highlight one more influential individual in American history who played an integral part in helping us to become the free and great nation we are today. Paul Revere, a first generation American–his father was French and their pre-anglicized name was Riviore, might [...]