It's that time of year again. Leaves are falling, the air is crisp and cool, and creepy clowns are popping up in graveyards, threatening Facebook posts and street corners worldwide. Yup, Halloween is coming, which means it's time to bunker down, build a clown-proof fortress, and marathon all your favorite scary movies.
I read a lot. And being the crazy, routine-loving person that I am, I also have certain times that I like to read certain things. It sounds intense, but it works for me.
Stars Hollow. Luke's Diner. Dean and Rory. If these names made you sigh longingly at the memory of your favorite TV show, this post is for you. Oh, and if you love coffee even half as much as Lorelei Gilmore, this post is also for you.
If you want to give up cable but can't bring yourself to do it because you would miss all of the live sports you love to watch, this article is for you.
The Chicago Cubs are on an absolute tear, sitting in first place in the National League's Central Division, an astounding 12.5 games ahead of the St. Louis Cardinals. Even as a life long Cardinals fan, I have to admit that this is Chicago's year and it's been a lot of fun to watch their fans go from the lovable losers who show up to Opening Day toting signs that say "Wait Until Next Year" to a fan base that actually believes they can do it.
If you're a bookworm with an eReader, an MP3 player, or access to an internet-connected computer, you might already be aware of the vast library of free public domain books available to download online.
Just when you thought you couldn't stand another second of election coverage, the 2016 Summer Olympics swooped in to save the day. With more than two straight weeks filled with superhuman feats of strength, endurance and athletic skill, the Olympics have been capturing the hearts, minds and TV sets of the world since they were first televised in 1936.
My friend and co-worker Lindsay is a Brad’s Deals editor who spends her days hunting for bargains online, and she’s always on the lookout for creative ways to make money during her free time. So I wasn’t surprised when she asked, “Do you want to get paid to go to a party with me?”
I've been a bookworm for as long as I can remember. While other kids were watching Saturday morning cartoons, I was posted high up in my neighbor's pine tree with a book until my mom made me get down and go read on the couch like a normal person.
When it comes to electronics, everyone's looking for something different. My husband likes the newest, techiest gear he can get his hands on while I tend to view the price tags as a feature of the TV itself. Whether your in the market for a new TV or not, take our quiz to find out which TV best suits you and then check out our TV for Every Budget shopping guide!