Day: November 2, 2011

Back Bay Seafood Restaurant

Whether you like your seafood fried, grilled or blackened, Back Bay Restaurant has you covered. The award winning chefs at this local hot spot can cook your menu choice to your liking and serve it up with a smile. Some restaurants charge extra to change the cooking method on a dish but not these accommodating folks! They are here to please and they’re all about the flavor and service. (more…)

A Thanksgiving Tradition: Giving a Turkey Meal to Those in Need

For most families on the Coast, Thanksgiving is a time to reflect and spend the day with loved ones while having the pleasure of eating all kinds of delicious holilday foods, particularly lots of turkey and dressing. For others, Thanksgiving is just another day spent wondering if they will be lucky enough to have a hot meal at all. The area homeless population is rising and the number of families that cannot afford a turkey and all the trimmings for Thanksgiving dinner is shocking. It could very well even be people you know… your friends, relatives or neighbors that are struggling. Perhaps hard times are also affecting you and your family.  (more…)

7 Benefits of Regular Physical Activity

Want to feel better, have more energy and perhaps even live longer? Look no further than exercise. The health benefits of regular exercise and physical activity are hard to ignore. And the benefits of exercise are yours for the taking, regardless of your age, sex or physical ability. Need more convincing to exercise? Check out these seven ways exercise can improve your life. (more…)

Natural Skin Care Tips to Keep Your Skin Looking Beautiful This Fall

Summer has come and gone, bringing about the start of fall and the need for a new natural skin care routine. During the fall season weather changes and the same skin care products you were using during warmer summer months may not be as effective in preventing dry skin and should be replaced. This fall switch to natural skin care products and try creating some of your own with the easy to make recipes below. (more…)

Voting Advice

 The following is suggested voting advice however exceptions do occur. Food for thought…Do your interests align with the general public and taxpayers instead of government workers or other special interests such as big business? Carefully consider all points and investigate each candidate as thoroughly as possible before you go to the polls. The candidate you choose will profoundly affect your life and the lives of your fellow citizens. Education is key. Nothing is absolute as there are often mitigating circumstances. (more…)

The History of Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is a holiday celebrated in North America, generally observed as an expression of gratitude. The most common view of its origin is that it was to give thanks to God for the bounty of the autumn harvest. In the United States, the holiday is celebrated on the fourth Thursday in November. In Canada, where the harvest generally ends earlier in the year, the holiday is celebrated on the second Monday in October, which is observed as Columbus Day in the United States. (more…)