Blogcritics celebrates the holiday season with news, reviews, and reflections on what the winter holidays mean to us—religion and spirituality, commerce and games, and family and fun (and not-so-fun families), plus holiday movies and music and more.
In a stew as to what to serve your Super Bowl guests? How about Huo Guo?
The traditional Scottish New Year celebration is threatened by too many concerts and festivals.
Celebrating the Winter Solstice - a common thread through many cultures.
I am about to go back and look through my journal for 2010. I will check the first pages where I wrote my wish list to see how many goals I have checked off
How did you think peace on earth and goodwill towards men were supposed to happen?
Apache Gold Casino and Resort offers surprises for gamblers, adventurers, even Native American history buffs.
Christmas should be a season for spending quality time with our family and friends, not shopping and spending every penny we have and then some.
I do enjoy going out to the mailbox and pulling out all those cards in colorful red and green envelopes.
A cute talking dog comedy that is strictly for the kids.
Another highlight of the summer was when Gary's niece visited and we took her to see Wicked on Broadway. She's ten, or thirteen, or something.
Which one is hotter, ginger or Mary Ann?
If you've got garbanzos and a blender, you've got bean dip!
The reality of the current economy is bringing back sound consumer habits.
The latest entry from Big Fish uses music to underscore action and create puzzles and drama.
Sonos adds some a cappella magic to the holidays with their new Christmas album!
Repentant mouse saves Xmas and Clement Moore's poem too
Community did a wonderful, though not child-friendly, stop motion animation Christmas special.
Warehouse 13 stayed true to itself, but also delivered a great, emotional Christmas story.
Three animated holiday classics, paired with three additional specials.
Get into the holiday spirit, not in the rush