They say the neon lights are bright on Broadway, but Christmas lights take center stage in the Dyker Heights neighborhood in Brooklyn. Year after year, the competitive New York spirit drives homeowners in Dyker Heights to outdo one another, which makes for a fantastic show for Christmas-decor devotees. Make it a night by trying the "Christmas and Cannoli" bus tour that offers a comprehensive tour of Dyker Heights, as well as a pit stop where you can warm up (and fill up) with hot chocolate and cannolis from a local pastry shop.
Kimberly meets with the Mast Brothers, Rick and Michael, to learn their bean-to-bar secrets, then cooks up some decadent items in her own kitchen with the help of special guest Kacey Musgraves, as seen on Season 2 of Great American Country's Kimberly's Simply Southern.
Minty Fried Grasshopper Pie
Chilled grasshopper pie's gooey, minty center and chocolate-cookie crust make it a refreshingly sweet treat. Deep-fry it, and the crispy outer layer creates a crispy, salty balance with the melted mint-chocolate filling.
As the main filming location for the slasher flick Friday the 13th, Camp No-Be-Bo-Sco, a Boy Scout camp in New Jersey, served as the fictional Camp Crystal Lake of the movie. Many of the structures, like the totem pole pictured here, the main cabin, the archery range and the lake, look much the same. Please note: Camp No-Be-Bo-Sco is privately owned and is not open to the public for visiting or tours.
Photo By: Tony Urban Photography
Fontainebleau: Morris Lapidus-Inspired Bow Ties
Bow tie-shaped brownies are sold at Solo, the resort's coffee and pastry shop.
Photo By: Fontainebleau
Fido Restaurant in Nashville
Nashville's popular Fido restaurant serves up organic, local foods.
Handmade Indiana: Cotton Yarn Cable Knit Yoga Mat Bag
As a young girl, shop owner Debbie Pugia watched her mother knit, however her passion for knitting only started four years ago when she picked up her first pair of needles and some wool yarn. Taught to knit by her sister, who had learned to knit from her mother, she creates custom garments out of quality yarn. Each item is unique and no two finished products are the same.
Handmade Nebraska: Artist Sarah Parys of East Parlor
East Parlor came about as a way to explore the world of Fiber Arts. Owner Sarah Parys has always felt the need/connection to create with her hands and weaving provided the perfect outlet. Both her grandmothers' crochet skills were a major influence on her. Her work blends the traditional craft of weaving with a modern look for today's home.
Nashville’s honky tonks are a thing of legends, and to understand Nashville you really must visit them on Broadway Ave. There’ll be music, maybe some dancing, and maybe the next big star gracing the stage ... or a certifiable star next to you singing along.