Before the pandemic shook our lives, haunted houses sometimes dipped into the fears of contagion, splashing themed rooms with signs of a viral outbreak, hazmat suits and contamination warnings.
LIFE BOOKS: What better time to ask, “Um... How did I get here?” as 30-year-old entrepreneur Kathi Sharpe-Ross does in her book “Re:Invent Your Life! What Are You Waiting For?" The self-published, self-help guide i ncludes 30 interviews with executives to artists on their a-ha moments.
SKETCHY TALES, DISNEY EDITION: Players take turns drawing classic Disney characters doing unusual things, such as Piglet mowing the lawn or Aladdin jumping out of a cake. Earn points for the best drawings and silliest guesses. The game is appropriate for ages 8 and up.
Dayna Isom Johnson, the trend expert at Etsy.com, sees a turn toward “cheerful citrus” as a trend this holiday season.
Obviously, tomatoes aren't the only veggies that gardeners grow from seed. Cucumbers, peppers and beans also are near the top of consumer retail sales.
Sesame Workshop — the non-profit, educational organization behind “Sesame Street” — will later this month air the half-hour anti-racist special "The Power of We” and hopes families will watch together.