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(BPT) - Everyone wants to throw the party friends rave about well into the new year. But busy folks just don’t have time to weave their own pine bough wreaths or turn paperbacks overflowing on the coffee table into an artfully arranged “tree” complete with a star and twinkling lights. You need ideas and you need them fast – and easy. You need holiday hacks for real moms! Here are six:
(BPT) - Nothing says “summer is here” like a fresh salad bursting with garden-fresh vegetables, herbs and flavors. So how do you toss some zing into your salad to get your family and friends craving more? Follow these five simple steps to create eye-popping, mouth-watering and crowd-pleasing bowls of healthy and delicious salads.
Not long after Arizona's loss to its bitter rivals as late Friday turned into early Saturday, head Rich Rodriguez was forced to hear the cheers of Arizona State fans coming through the walls of the Arizona Stadium interview room.
When a resort like Ritz-Carlton, Dove Mountain offers a buffet, you expect the best. Their Sunday brunch buffet delivers.
Chris Hale is a civil engineer who lost his job in the tight economy.
Randy Metcalf/The Explorer, Take a close look at Ina Hale's right index finger, and you'll see Ina's Zing-Go, a golf aid conceptualized by the teaching pro, and designed and created by her husband, Chris.
Randy Metcalf/The Explorer, Ina's Zing-Go, the rubber sleeve that fits on the index finger, sells for $14.99, along with two DVDs.
Randy Metcalf/The Explorer, The product, right, is small but specific, coming in different sizes.
Randy Metcalf/The Explorer, The Hales, who live in Oro Valley with their five children, decided to pursue a dream and an idea after Chris, a civil engineer, lost his job in the tight economy.
Randy Metcalf/The Explorer, Packaging for Ina's Zing-Go features a beaming Ina.