× Expand Photo by Jez Timms/Unsplash Beauty BRIDEface Richmond Why spend your wedding day rushing to salon appointments when you can have your own personal makeup artist and hair stylist in your home, hotel suite or at your venue? Because weddings are the primary focus of BRIDEface Richmond, we understand that it’s about more than just making you and your bridal party look amazing on your wedding day. It’s also about making sure everything runs on time, keeping everyone happy and calm, and making you feel like a celebrity. On the most photographed day of your life, have the peace of mind knowing you are the most beautiful and confident version of yourself! Call 804-822-0511 or visit bridefacerichmond.com. Makeup by Holly Makeup by Holly, LLC DBA Makeup by Holly Beauty Partners is your personal beauty team. They are comprised of 18 professional and certified makeup artists, and licensed hairstylists on location to provide … [Read more...] about Advertorial: Wedding Gallery Summer/Fall 2019
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WEST HARTFORD – Mrs. Elaine (Richmond) Danen, 98, formerly of Southbury, passed away peacefully at The Hebrew Center for Health and Rehabilitation on Feb. 7, 2019. She was the beloved wife of the late Franklyn I. Danen. Elaine was born in Brooklyn, N.Y. on Nov. 1, 1920, and grew up in the Bronx with her parents, Louis and Lillian (Gitlin) Richmond and her younger brother, Larry. She graduated from Evander Childs High School, where she excelled in the dramatic arts, and went on to earn a degree from The Guggenheim School for Dental Hygiene in New York City. She worked in public health, as a dental hygienist for the city of New York, until her marriage to Army Air Corp Captain Franklyn I. Danen on June 13, 1943. The couple lived near army bases in Louisiana and Oklahoma until the end of World War II, when they settled in Waterbury. While lovingly raising her three children, Mrs. Danen organized a dental clinic for children attending the Waterbury Cerebral Palsy Association’s … [Read more...] about Elaine Danen
"RE-PURPOSING YOUR PUMPKINS" Most of us probably toss our old jack-o-lanterns in the trash after a night full of tricks and treats, but an article from Casey's Outdoor Solutions suggests some ideas on how to re-purpose those wilting pumpkins. "Now that Halloween is officially over you are probably thinking about tossing your pumpkins and jack-o-lanterns into the garbage. Before you do so, here are some suggestions on re-purposing your pumpkins. IMPORTANT: These suggestions for reusing pumpkins are for pumpkins that are free of wax, paint, preserving sealants, glitter, & artificial decorations.: See more HERE: _______________________________________________________________________________ "Sweet ways to donate your Halloween candy in the Twin Cities" Too much Halloween candy? Rachel Hutton from the Star Tribune recently wrote an article on a few sweet ways to donate that candy! Great stuff Rachel - Thanks!! "The average American trick-or-treater fills a … [Read more...] about More Active Pattern Ahead
AMHERST Second Hand Clothing Shop: The Amherst Senior Center announces the opening of a shop offering used clothing for sale. The shop will be open each Friday from 9 a.m.-noon in the Large Activity Room of the Bangs Community Center. Donations of clean, gently used clothing will be accepted during shop hours. Proceeds will help support the programs and services of the Amherst Senior Center. Senior Center Offers 2018 Parking Stickers: This parking program is designed to make parking near the center more convenient for older people. The parking sticker is valid for parking in the Boltwood Garage parking lot, both surface, underground and in the 12 spaces against the fence east of the Ann Whalen Apartments for four hour periods on weekdays between 8 a.m.-5 p.m. The sticker will cost $25 for the full year. Tax Work Off Plan: The town of Amherst participates in the the Tax Work Off Plan which allows qualified Amherst seniors to perform community service in participating town … [Read more...] about Senior notes for Hampshire and Franklin Counties and Metro East Plus, Oct. 17, 2018.
People tend to make a fuss about fresh starts at the new year or in the spring. But in Florida, it’s really fall that inspires turning over a new leaf.That first cool breeze on a fall morning carries a sweet promise — that someday soon your makeup won’t melt, your hair won’t frizz and your T-shirt won’t have sweat stains before you get to the gym. The kids are out of the pool and back in school, so there’s some semblance of a routine and more "me time." And even though the trees don’t change color, you can zhoosh up your personal palette a bit. (Although white jeans are fine whenever. Really.)It’s a great time to focus on your health, fitness, nutrition and look. Here are 15 ways to make the most of fall.Pump some pumpkin into your diet (but do it the healthy way)You’re probably already finding lots of pumpkin-flavored foods and drinks at cafes and markets. But a pumpkin-spice latte is not the healthiest. Real pumpkin is high in … [Read more...] about Taking aim at fall: 15 fabulous ways to turn over a new leaf