Owner Jennifer Pennington grew up watching her mother and grandmother sew, quilt, crochet and cross-stitch. An affiliate of Hooking for the Homeless, HookedOnHelping uses a portion of their proceeds to combat hunger, poverty, and homelessness in NH. Jennifer's crochet basket is featured in DIY Network's Blog Cabin 2015.
Guests of the Oxford may enjoy the facilities at the Oxford Club Spa, a full service salon that (according to legend) once fulfilled other "services" as well and was once a brothel. We'll just get our nails done and perhaps take a yoga class, thank you very much.
Ohio’s capital city came in 10th on NerdWallet’s list, but its Cost of Living Index is lower than any of the previous nine cities – a major plus for a college grad just getting started in the workforce. Columbus has a well-educated population, with 34 percent of residents holding a bachelor’s degree or higher.
Since 1947, residents of 34th Street in Baltimore's Hampden community have come together to create a Christmas wonderland that's quirky, creative and over the top. Decorations range from traditional – lights, nativity scenes and inflatable snowmen – to one-of-a-kind, like a Christmas tree made of hubcaps and ornaments made of Old Bay spice mix. About 50,000 people turn out to see the unique decorations each year.
Anna and Bryant Reese were married on August 12, 2012, surrounded by friends, family and an enchanting woodsy setting. "I wanted something different, and we're just woodsy people," says Anna. "We love going to the mountains, and Bryant even proposed to me at the fork outside of Cades Cove (in the Smoky Mountains)."