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Print Edition 2013-11-08 – QNotes

Holiday Gift and Local Shopping Guide 2013

Tips, ideas and more for the upcoming season

Whether it’s traditional gifts or some really cool gadget that’s hot this season, we’ve got a plethora of ones to choose from for your holiday shopping pleasure.

Holiday Gift Guide: Bells are ringing for local shopping

Local shops offer plethora of holiday gift-giving inspiration

The time has fallen back. The leaves are changing colors. Halloween has passed and Thanksgiving is on its way. Now is the time people start poking around trying to find the perfect gift for that friend or loved one on their winter holiday list.

Holiday Gift Guide: Stocked full of happy

These affordable, unique and fun stocking stuffers will bring smiles all around on Christmas morning

You might dream of gifting or receiving that big, expensive gift that simply changes your or your giftee’s life forever. But, such wonderful pleasures can come in bite-sized happiness.

Holiday Gift Guide: Spin the dreidel and light the menorah

Lots of eclectic and traditional offerings to suit any palette

One of the best gifts that people enjoy is getting a new menorah. This Judaic religious item is used when lighting the candles throughout the season. And, many of them are so lovely or eclectic that they can be seen adorning shelves throughout the home.

Holiday Gift Guide: Lights, camera, holiday party

Simple expert tips for setting the right party mood

With the holiday party season right around the corner, a growing camp of entertaining experts suggests approaching things a little less like Martha Stewart, and a little more like Steven Spielberg.

Our People: Q&A with Blaze

Our People

Blaze, 36, the owner and event coordinator at SugaWalls Entertainment, may be known for great parties and nightlife, but you won’t find this promoter hanging at the club on a night off.

Is local gay rights movement over?

Policy reform would suggest so, but advocates say otherwise

On a recent Tuesday evening, dozens of LGBT community members and leaders gathered at a private home to meet with elected officials and candidates running for City Council.