November 16, 2012 - 11:19am
Join The Brown Hotel for a lavish (and easy) Thanksgiving
Take the work out of Thanksgiving and join The Brown Hotel for a spectacular holiday meal!
You know how Thanksgiving is a lot of work and kinda stressful? And how, every year, you get into an argument with your brother, Fred, about Team Edward vs. Team Jacob? How your Aunt Rita always has too much whiskey and tries to make off with some of your silver? How your children invariably get...
November 18, 2012 - 10:10pm
Local band, the Juice Box Heroes to play two shows Thanksgiving weekend.
Thanksgiving is the time of year for counting your blessings…. and for sitting around the dinner table trying to explain to your bewildered family why you haven’t decided to procreate.Need a break from the tryptophan or the incessant questions? Local band, the Juice Box Heroes, will be...
November 15, 2012 - 3:00pm
Make every day Thanksgiving by cultivating gratitude
When it comes to gratitude and compassion, it turns out that the Beatles were right, the love we make is equal to the love we take.
This is the time of year that we gather with our friends and family, eat turkey, watch the Macy’s parade, watch football and give thanks for our abundance.  Sure, sometimes that list can vary, as some of us don’t like football or maybe we don’t eat meat but the one constant...
November 15, 2012 - 8:00am
Henry’s Place to host Thanksgiving wine tasting with hors d’oeuvres this Monday,
Join Henry's Place this Monday the 19th for wine and hors d'oeuvres with all the Thankgiving flavors you love!
Don’t you just love all those classic Thanksgiving flavors? Pumpkin, warm spices, stuffing… But you always eat too much and fall asleep early on some sort of soft surface, don’t you? Well, I have a solution – this Monday, November 19th, Henry’s Place will be hosting a...
November 24, 2011 - 1:40pm
Norman Rockwell, please forgive me...
Today, after stuffing yourself silly--and before watching football--you might want to put all this in perspective by reviewing the following statistics.
According to popular legend, back in the fall of 1621, the early settlers of Plymouth Colony held a feast to celebrate a bountiful harvest.  They invited the local Native Americans (called by another name back then), and ate Butterball turkey and pumpkin pie with Redi Whip.