Mother’s Day is just over a week away. This year, instead of buying your mom traditional flowers and a gift, consider taking her out for a fun activity. If you live in Los Gatos, CA and you both enjoy crafts, The Island’s Creative Escape is offering a class which could be the perfect activity for you and your mom. This is a casting workshop where you will learn everything you need to know to create and age unique embellishments for your mixed media projects.
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SAN DIEGO, CA, April 21, 2016—San Diego-based Annex Brands, Inc. today announced the acquisition of Pak Mail Centers of America, Inc., franchisor of over 370 Pak Mail® packaging and shipping franchises across the world.
This is the time of year for graduations, weddings, housewarming parties, and other summertime events. If you live in Rancho Santa Margarita and are looking for a place to purchase gifts for these special occasions, one popular shop is Willow Manor Gifts, which features a wide variety of items for any occasion. When you browse through the shop, you’ll find seasonal items, purses, jewelry, candles, potpourri, cocktail accessories, pet accessories, and much more. If you need help creating the perfect gift, the staff is on hand to help you find something unique.
It’s that time of year again… And, no, we don’t mean tax season. It’s Record Store Day on April 16, 2016! A relatively new “holiday,” the first Record Store Day was held April 19, 2008 and was the brainchild of independent record store owners and employees who wanted to celebrate and raise awareness about independent record stores around the world. This Saturday, carry on the tradition of Record Store Day by joining other music enthusiasts and supporting your local, independent record store.
For the first time in nearly 100 years, the price of a first-class stamp decreased. As of April 10, 2016, the cost to mail a one-ounce letter dropped from 49 cents to 47 cents – just in time for tax day! The decrease is due to an agreement with Congress. To help alleviate the revenue declines from the Great Recession, the Post Office was able to increase prices only until the Postal Service collected surcharges totaling $4.6 billion. They were expected to reach that amount by April 10th, thus the decrease in prices.