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This year, plan to create delicious, new dishes to bring to your gathering with recipes that will surprise and delight your entire crowd. Barbecue Chicken, BBQ Baby Back Ribs, Grilled Green Beans, Sangria and a decadent Chocolate Brownie recipe are just a few ideas we've discovered that will keep you satisfied while you celebrate the beginning of Summer.
Living in Norfolk, VA means that we have convenient access to some of the area's best groomers and pet care facilities. These highly-rated dog groomers are as compassionate as they are competent, and they're all located within 15 minutes of your front door.
Living in Norfolk, VA means being surrounded by a variety of local farm markets, like Five Points Community Farm Market and the St. Paul's Downtown Farm Market. As spring arrives in our city, it brings with it a bounty of ripe, local fruits and vegetables, including bright, green may peas, fresh asparagus, juicy beets, sweet artichokes and an array of delicious greens, like arugula, swiss chard and more.
Living in Norfolk means you don't have to give up your active lifestyle and hibernate inside alone every winter. Our temperate climate gives us a nice mix of cold and comfortably cool weather that makes it easy to bundle up and get outside, or tuck away indoors. Our prime location is just minutes away from family-friendly activities that will engage every member of your flock, no matter what types of entertainment you prefer.
While the holidays are still in full effect and the end of the year is still a few weeks away, it's time to start planning for the new year with a clean and organized home. After a year of adventure, hard work, birthdays and holidays, your home has probably taken on extra baggage in the way of new toys, gifts and piles of paperwork just waiting to be filed away.
Norfolk's rich history, charming neighborhoods and vibrant downtown make it one of the country's favorite cities, according to Travel + Leisure. From festivals and sporting events to quaint coffee shops, reputable universities and water activities galore, our residents never run out of ways to work or play.
You'll want to keep your pet safe and healthy throughout the year, and especially in this new season. Watching out for toxic mushrooms, deer ticks, seasonal allergies and potentially harmful objects in the home will help your pet to stay healthy and happy straight on through to winter. You can prevent harm and illnes in your pet by monitoring his environment, and thinking ahead.
As the seasons change, so do our appetites, and you may already find yourself craving hearty, hot meals over cold salads and light appetizers. Preparing homemade , warm meals every night of the week can be a challenge when you have work and school schedules pulling you in every direction.
Here are a few tips on how to save while back-to-school shopping, so you and your kiddos can begin the school year with confidence.
Keep your pet safe and healthy through the hottest months of the season with tips on staying cool in extreme heat.