- SLIDESHOW: Take a Shot: extras of youth hunting Hunting is an important rite of passage for many families across the region. We asked for pictures of kids during hunting season for Take a Shot in the Nov. 24 edition of the Globe. We received so many pictures that we posted many of the extras online.
Joe Hadsall: Adventures in vanity: New decade, new hairdo
This is a big deal, because I change hairstyles maybe once a decade. Seriously, my hairstyle can positively identify with decades. Not good decade trends, by any means, but decades nonetheless.
New South singer excited for Christmas show
Jason Robinson loves Christmas, but he's not sure he's actually ready for it to start in October.
City's annual window display features a real doll
Christmas colors, usually red and green, will include plenty of pink this year at City Hall.
Gifted leaves donated for auction during Carthage art walk
Like autumn, a season of art walks will end with a lot of colorful leaves.
Fiery flicks: 'Catching Fire' not the only hot holiday movie in 2013
The holiday season might be shorter, but there's no shortage of big movies.
- Parents' planner (Nov. 21-27)
Sarah Coyne: Safe places help kids deal with adversity
A cowgirl, a flamenco dancer and a librarian stood in a kitchen lineup. The cowgirl also wore ladybug wings, perhaps demonstrating a bold refusal to be pigeonholed.
Time-tested toys: Old-fashioned playthings will be available for kids
When kids flock to a collection of old-fashioned toys available for play at Carver National Monument, Douglas Bazar said the first one they usually pick up is the ball and cup. They laugh at it and say it's lame. An hour later, they are still playing with it.
Amanda Stone: Real food cleans up holiday feast
Don your construction-paper hats and feathers, and pretend for a moment that what we learned in grade school about Thanksgiving is all there is to it.
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