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Four Top Tips On Playing It Safe When Getting Toys
Making Birthday Celebrations Even Better
An Out-Of-This-World Collectors' Edition
There's Plenty To Watch On TV Without Having To Pay For Streaming, Cable Or Satellite
Fun Ways To Inspire Kids' Imaginations
Tips For Safe Outdoor Play
Which Tarot Card Corresponds To Your Zodiac Sign
What To Get The Gamers On Your List
Top Tips For Buying Safe Toys
Taking The Pain Out Of Live Event Management
Living Your Best Life After 50
Keep Kids Busy With A Summertime PLAYlist
To Raise Creative Kids—Let Them Play
What To Binge Watch
Ten Tips For Happiness
Screen Time Is Here To Stay!
This Halloween, Have A Few Tricks Up Your Sleeve
A New Twist On Long-Popular Toys Helps Families Play
Top Five Tips For Buying Safe Toys This Holiday Season
Holiday Cards With A Difference
Hot Party Idea: Buffalo Wing Dip And Crackers
Give The Gift Of Music For The Present Of A Lifetime
Give Something Special This Year
Academic Success Could Involve Music To Your Ears
Thrilling Film Offers Breathtaking Vision Of The Future


Question of the Week:

Everyone knows the song, Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer . . . But did you ever wonder why it’s “nosed”? Sorry, we digress! The real question we want to ask as we get into the spirit of the season is about the other reindeer. In previous versions, Donner has been Donder and even Dunder. Blitzen was Blixem. In the 1800s, the names in German became Donder (thunder) and Blitzen (lightning). And when Montgomery Ward and Gene Autry and others told or sang the story of Rudolph, it became Donner. So, inquiring minds want to know, what’s your preference, Donner or Donder? As far as we know, Santa may well take the results of this poll and use it to make his own decision, so vote carefully!


 



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