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Boating is an activity that can bring the whole family together, whether you spend the day tubing and skiing or just relaxing on the water.


 


 

It doesn't take a big budget or a big home to make holiday party guests feel welcome and jovial. It's all about the warmth of the hosts. Add delicious food, and you've got a successful party. But an over-the-top, lavish soiree takes one more special feature: big, gorgeous decorations.


 


 

The meandering roots form the base, representing the dispersement of the Jewish people throughout the ages. Pomegranates and dates, fruits of sustenance in the desert, fold out, making the candleholders.


 


This year, frugal is in vogue when it comes to holiday entertaining. If hosting an event or party is part of your season's celebration, but you opt to spend less or spend alternatively for a charitable cause, your fete can be accomplished with the help of entertaining experts and a local hostess.



If the idea of heavy traffic and crowded stores steals your holiday cheer and you long for the chance to select a handmade gift in a peaceful setting, consider a drive to Cardinal Hill Candles in Rochester.



 

Owners of furniture made by Rochester resident Mark Hodel describe his work as timeless, unique, heirloom-quality, beautiful fine furniture. Ask Hodel, and he'll simply say, "it's a fun, serious hobby." And yet, they're all understating the exquisite, hand-crafted furniture created by the unpretentious Hodel.


 


Dinnerware can set the tone for a meal as much as the food or the room décor.


Pontoons, power and personal pursuits are the things to consider when buying a boat.


Since glass block burst onto the architectural scene about three years ago, styles and uses have undergone a huge change.


 

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