Henry Ward Beecher once said, "Where is human nature so weak as in the bookstore?" I love this quote because it is so achingly true. So we asked the Brad's Deals team to recommend a few of their favorite books to celebrate National Reading Month.
The warm weather is so close I can taste it. Living in West Virginia, I know I'll get to bask in the sunshine a little earlier than some of my fellow Brad's Dealers in Chicago and I have no problem bragging about it.
With House of Cards' third season available on Netflix today, there is absolutely no question about what we will be watching tonight.
Between this week's school cancellations and negative double-digit wind chills that are keeping a large swath of the country confined to the house, we quickly realized that a lot of families are going a bit stir crazy. So this week we wanted to keep our Friday movie feature focused on the kids.
It's Friday the 13th, and it's also the day before Valentine's Day! Two terrifying events in one short weekend? Looks like it's time to hide out with Brad's Deals blogger Caroline's favorite zombie love story, Warm Bodies, and a tried-and-true recipe for steak and potatoes.
Hey BDealers! Keith again. I let you all in on my love for spooks this past Halloween, and honestly, nothing has changed. My Frugal Friday Nights have consisted of 90s vampire slaying for the past month now, and I can't stop.
We may have said "Hasta la vista, baby" to the late fees, overpriced rentals, and the inconvenience of video stores, but most of us are still learning how to find our way through the ever-evolving world of online video streaming.
This week's Frugal Friday movie night is brought to you by Grace Ford, a Brad's Deals account coordinator and lover of all things French.
Okay, so maybe this week's Frugal Friday Movie Night is actually a Saturday thing, but with Golden Globe winner Transparent streaming free on Amazon this weekend, no subscription required, our pick for what to watch was a no-brainer.
In honor of Martin Luther King Day, we're highlighting a few thought-provoking films that chronicle the fight for racial equality championed by Dr. King. Here are some options you can watch for free on YouTube, or with a subscription to Netflix, Hulu Plus or Amazon Prime.