The video of a 5-year-old girl using sign language so her deaf parents can follow along during her kindergarten holiday pageant is making waves on the Internet. Gillian Pensavalle (@GillianWithaG) has the adorable video.
Not only are these present-shaped cookies adorable and oh-so fun to decorate, but they also house a delectable surprise: a candy center. Watch the video to see how they're constructed and for decorating and flavor inspiration. Then preheat the oven, because it's time to bake!
Here are some of the public figures who died in 2013.
To many around the world, it made little sense: The world's most powerful government, so mired in dysfunction that it couldn't operate. The world's defender of individual freedoms, accused of spying on its citizens and friends. The world's military giant planning, then balking at, an armed response to the suspected ...
The influx of millions of visitors to NYC during the holidays turns everyday walkers into Grinches. Their gripes are simple: Non-New Yorkers stop too often, walk too slowly, and block busy foot traffic. (Dec. 12)
The store told the two little girls they would rather have a Silent Night and they would have to Jingle their Bells somewhere else. The girls had been caroling outside the grocery store for an hour or so when an employee approached them with the bad news. One of the girls told KATU-TV the employee ...
Offered by the website, VeryFirstTo.com, it's considered the most expensive festive wreath in the world.
Having a baby! Playing Madison Square Garden! Fergie, Ed Sheeran and more tell us what made them happiest this year.
The American Film Institute lists its top 10 movies of 2013.
“Fox & Friends” says a Canadian airline arranged for Christmas to come a bit earlier this year for 250 of its passengers. WestJet set up a virtual Santa to ask people what they wanted for Christmas. A YouTube video shows volunteers secretly took notes and then went out and bought ...