- Valentine's Day Can Be Everyday
When you think about it Valentine's Day can be sad. First of all there are hundreds of single people out there who feel left out. Then there are the couples whose spouses use the Valentine's 'excuse' to show a little affection.
- What Type Of Flooring Is The Easiest To Maintain?
Some homeowners who want or need to replace their flooring are not hindered by budget constraints but their main concern is maintenance and upkeep. Those on a budget will want the best looking floors for their money; however, maintenance can also be a big factor. Whether you select carpeting, hardwoods, laminate, tile or vinyl, each material has its pros and cons.
- What Are Children Learning At Day Care About Halloween?
You have selected a Day Care for your child that believes nutrition and healthy eating habits are fundamental skills for kids.
- Can You Hand Out Slices Of Pizza For Trick Or Treat?
Imagine the mess it would make in those Trick or Treat bags. Unless you had the kids sitting in your dining room or kitchen eating where it is appropriate, you would have all the neighborhood mothers angry with you.
- Are You Going To Trick Your Family With A Treat?
It all begins on October 1st if not sooner. The big box stores already have shelves of candy in orange and brown bags. There are spooky decorations, sound effects, costumes and instantly carved pumpkins.
- Children Should learn To Be Children First
There is a great disparity even among the most learned of child development experts concerning what age we should 'force' our children to begin learning. Many parents want to see their children as gifted or special and want to brag about how advanced they are in knowing their numbers or letters when this is more appropriate for an older child.
- Why Does America Have A Love Affair With Pizza?
It's not just America. Pizza is the universal comfort food. It is warm, sometimes spicy, sometimes gooey, always gets on your hands, and is always filling. It is the perfect food because, if you plan it right, you can combine the entire food pyramid on one slice.
- Are We Thankful That The New School Year Is Starting?
Parents across the country are giving a communal sigh of relief that the new school year is beginning. This means their school age children will have plenty to keep them busy and diffuse some of their energy by the end of the day.
- Your Dinner Will Make A Big Splash!
The article talkes about the many different ways you can have fun and have pizza at the same time. One of the best activities you can do is go swimming with your friends and then relax and have a delicious gourmet pizza after the pool party. Read more
- Homeowners With Pets Can Still Have Beautiful Carpeting
This article talks about the strategies home owners can use to have a beautiful looking carpet and have an indoor pet at the same time. Many home owners who have pets - or even children - can be in a quandary when it is time to replace or update the flooring in their homes. With these recommendations, changing the carpet won't be necessary.
- There's Only One Thing Better Than A Backyard Barbeque
The neighborhood is abuzz with all the traditional beginnings of summer. Every neighbor feels like he is the grill master. You put up with it because you like your neighbors and want to continue the congeniality. But frankly, they just can't do justice to a steak like your favorite prime steakhouse.
- A Meal That Is Appropriate For Any Party
It is that time of year again when all high school and college seniors are not only looking forward to graduation but to all the parties that will be given.
- What Is The Best Steak At A Prime Steakhouse?
First of all, when you visit a Prime Steakhouse you are guaranteed that all steaks on the menu will be top of the line. Only those fine dining restaurants that claim to serve prime steaks are actually serving USDA Prime Beef which is only the top 2% of the country's total beef production.
- You May Have Won The Conflict For Good!
Whether it is you and your date or you and your spouse, the night out always begins with 'Where do you want to eat?" The banter gets old. You know she will always pick a fine dining restaurant.
- What Is It About Fine Dining?
Fine Dining is an exquisite expirience, and this article explains why. An upscale establishment takes great pains in ensuring that every experience makes you feel like you were the only customer.
- BMW Owners Know How To Use Money Wisely
. Did you know that all of these cars are required to maintain a balance of 50/50 weight distribution between the front and rear of the vehicle without more than a 2% differential?
- Valentine's Day Dining
A Valentines Day eating out in a fine dining restaurant
- Treasure of Rudras SNES Review
Treasure of Rudras is one of the best RPGs for the Super Famicom. The game was developed by Squaresoft, now Squarenix. Read more
- A Prime Steakhouse Can Also Be Considered Fine Dining
Fine Dining in a Prime Steakhouse explanation.
- Classic Kong Review
If you don't know the plot, the rock you live under must be rather large. The original Donkey Kong is when Nintendo truly began to create gaming as we know it today.
- Are There Specialists In BMW Service?
You have purchased a pre-owned Beemer and it is your pride and joy. Up to now, it is the most expensive item you have ever bought. You want the very best BMW repair shop but you do not want to have to pay a whole week's salary just for minor work.
- Megaman and Bass SNES Review
Possibly one of the most sought after games that was never released on the Super Nintendo was Megaman 8. The reason I felt this was a significant loss was due to my love of Megaman 7 and the emotional rollercoaster employed by Megaman and Bass within said game.
- Gunma's Proof SNES Review
In the later years of the Super Nintendo lifespan a lot of games were released, unheard and un-played outside of Japan. The content of these games tends to be exemplary. This is due to developers mastering the Super Nintendo's hardware as it was nearing the end of its shelf life (the N64 is also an example of this).
- Mr. Bloppy Saves The World - SNES
In 1995 Rare Compedia decided to combine puzzle-based-platforming and a save the environment message to create a uniquely challenging children's game for the Super Nintendo. Unfortunately, the game was never released in the lifespan of the Snes, but in 2008 the game leaked online and has shown to be a fascinating, coloor filled sprite package, that would have sold due to its simplicity, message and intended audience.
- Mother 3 For GBA Review
n the world of RPG's there's been numerous travesties.
In the Secret of Mana escapade, fans and lovers of the Snes classic had to wait many terrible years for a perfect translation of the 2nd game in the Snes series.
- Special Treatment For A Weekend Injury
There is never a good time or convenient time to suffer an injury or illness.
- A Great Dining Experience Makes A Perfect Gift
People of both sexes and all walks of life have difficulty in choosing an appropriate gift for a special occasion. The occasion could be something as traditional as a birthday or holiday or something more romantic like an anniversary - whether it is five years or five months.
- Mexican Food In A German Town
My family and I have been living in our current city for over a year now and have yet to discover many things about it. We've gotten many recommendations from a lot of new friends ranging from eating at Prime Steakhouses to Mexican food restaurants, as well seeing many interesting to places nearby. This past weekend, we finally decided to do both a
- Make The Most Of Your Home Or Business Flooring
Anyone that has kids has had to deal with spills at one point of another. Hardwood floors, laminate or ceramic tiles are a breeze to clean up, but if you have carpets, it can be especially frustrating to get rid of them
- Live A Live for SNES
Over the years I've come to the conclusion that to have a quality RPG game you need to consider two different factors. The first is always which console, the second (once you've realised that the SNES is the only console to consider for this task) is which company? Square or Enix.
- The Legend of Zelda a Link To The Past for SNES
Legend of Zelda a link to the past review
- Allergies and Their Primary and Urgent Care
Having an allergy can be a terrible nuisance and yet, many people deal with or learn to live with them every day. Cold and allergy medicines are readily available, but sometimes those aren't enough. Knowing how to deal with an allergic reaction at the primary and urgent care level can sometimes mean the difference between life and death.
- How to Change Your Car's Oil
It's long been common knowledge that everyone should change their car's oil every 3,000 miles, but it turns out that this is no longer true. Cars that were purchased in the last 10 years or so improved so much in oil composition and motor engineering that they can now go for 7,500 miles or more!
- What is Chapter 11 Bankruptcy?
Running a successful business in today's world can be a daunting challenge. It takes knowledge, good connections, a solid reputation and even a bit of luck. Unfortunately, not everyone can achieve these type of results, which is why for many small businesses in financial distress wishing to continue operating, the only alternative can be to go through some type of bankruptcy.
- How to Install a Hardwood Floor
Before my wife after and I decided to have another baby, we agreed that we would move our now three year old daughter, Jen, from her smaller room to a bigger room in the house. This would give Jen's old room to the new baby. The problem was that the bigger room had become a convenient storage room and it was in need of a bit of a renovation.
- I Created An LLC, Why Am I Personally Liable?
So you think that just because you formed a limited liability company (LLC) that your personal assets are going to be protected? In this article we will discuss how sometimes you can be found personally liable for the debt of your corporation or LLC.
- NES Expansion Port
You don't see the NES's belly often. Well, if you do you're probably not using the NES properly. But did you know the bottom of the NES has a secret! Ooooh. No, it isn't a snack, or gold coins. It's none other than an expansion port.
- Medical Support for a Professional Sports Team
Football season is finally upon us and that's a great thing, but did you know that we've had exciting football in our city for quite a while. Arena football isn't quite as big or as popular with the masses as professional football, but it can be just as exciting. Playoffs are upon us and I'm excited to see what the next couple of weeks will bring.
- Prime (Steakhouse) Daily Deals
So you've seen the daily deal websites that constantly promote merchants such as nail salons and spas trying to get you to get facials and massages. If it wasn't for the fact that it seems like these type of deals come every other day from a different salon or spa, it might feel like the right thing to do to get one from time to time. I guess it's because they are so prevalent that I can't force myself to buy them.
- Primary Health Care in the Home
This year July 4th happens to fall on a Thursday, which means that most of America is treating this weekend as an extremely long one. Our family is no different. Our plans consisted of 3 full days at the beach!
- Small Town Foodies
Living in a small town in West Texas for nine months after living in a large metropolitan city for years was an eye-opening experience for a family of foodies like mine. This town of about 40,000 lacked the finer things in life, so the days of ...
- Vaccinated Summer Vacation
Summer is here and we're getting ready for our family summer vacation. This year's trip is to South Africa! We're excited to see cities such as Cape Town and Johannesburg and do things like wildlife safaris and tour the dunes, deltas and falls. We ...
- Steak Discovery
I remember the summer of my culinary discovery like as if it was yesterday. I was in my early twenties living in a small city in West Texas. I didn't have a lot of money and hadn't really discovered the finer things in life yet. It was also the ...
- The Doctor Is Out: House Calls
Do you ever wish you could go back in time to the days where the milk man delivered to your door, when grocery stores used the web to allow you to buy and have groceries delivered, or back when doctors actually made house calls? While I'm sure that ...
- Networking Event Discovery
I constantly receive networking tasting event announcements from my local chamber of commerce and quite recently, I decided to attend one at a local prime steakhouse restaurant. I wanted to meet some new people and to check out this restaurant that ...
- Guidelines to Lose the Weight
Want to lose weight but don't know what to do? It is possible to lose about 20 pounds of body fat in 30 days by doing any of the following three things: exercise, diet or drug/supplement.
- Classy Happy Hour
4 o'clock is quickly approaching and you're starting to get hungry and thirsty.
- Lent for a Catholic T-Rex
What to eat during lent
- Secret of Mana 2 SNES Reproduction
Secret Of Mana 2 gives you a lot of a good argument, not overly difficult mazes. Okay, okay ... mazes you, you get to think about what should next, but just will not stop the pace of the game. However, it is a game of patience.
- The Increasing Popularity of the Walk-In Clinic
The next time you get sick or need a physician, chances are that you won't be going to the hospital or your primary care physician's office, but go to a nearby walk-in clinic instead. A growing number of urgent and primary care clinics have been sprouting all over America from strip-malls to Wal-Marts
- Testosterone Replacement Therapy
A growing number of urgent and primary care clinics have been opening across San Antonio. The reasons are simple: 1. Closer to home and ease of use, 2. Extra services and follow-up care, 3. Hospital emergency rooms across the city are under tremendous pressure, and 4. The importance of the 'personal touch.'
- Romantic Fine Dining in San Antonio
Tips and recommendations when going out for a search of a steakhouse in a metropolitan city
- My First Ribbon Cutting Event
New restaurants continue to pop up all over San Antonio. I constantly receive ribbon-cutting announcements from the likes of KSAT.com, Stone Oak Business Association and the San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce to name a few. Quite recently, I decided to attend one for a local Italian restaurant just to see what all the fuss was about.
- Classic Kong SNES - An Exquisite Remake of an 8 Bit Original
Classic Kong is a Remake SNES game for the original NES Donkey Kong. There are words out there saying that there will be a limited cart release of the remake game.
- SNES Replacement Cart Shell
Super Nintendo Replacement Cart Shells have been release for sale to the public.