Thursday, October 28, 2010
Also, here is how you set your home page in firefox: Click on the Firefox menu at the top of the page. Click on preferences. Enter you favorite website to make it your home page.
Here are websites with more details:
If you haven't created an account, I suggest doing it. You get points for things related to Disney like buying dvds or going to the movies. Then, you can redeem the points for free Disney merchandise. They also have coupons for new releases and alert you to new movies. I feel more connected to Disney by having a free Disney Movie Rewards account.
Wednesday, October 27, 2010
And I can't stop bopping to it!
Have you guys noticed FM 95.7? It must be new. Finally, a dance music station. They keep replaying the same songs over and over again. Good thing I like at least half of them. I am not a fan of their morning show, at all. I guess I am not their target audience. I prefer The Buzz FM 94.5, even though it is very "adult."
I have to get more songs on my mp3 player and use it. It seems like there are way too many commercials on the radio these days.
Tuesday, October 26, 2010
|For someone reason this film caught my attention. I suppose I am going to have to go to Houston for more culture soon. |
From the JCC Website:
A Film Unfinished
Presented by the JCC in collaboration with Holocaust Museum Houston and the Museum of Fine Arts
With Introductory Remarks by HMH Curator Bryan Howell
Kaplan Theatre, I W Marks Theatre Center
Thursday, Nov 18 � 7:30 PM
Friday, Nov 19 � 1:00 PM
Saturday, Nov 20 � 8:30 PM
At the end of WWII, 60 minutes of raw film, having sat undisturbed in an East German archive, was discovered. Shot by the Nazis in Warsaw in May 1942, and labeled simply �Ghetto,� this footage quickly became a resource for historians seeking an authentic record of the Warsaw Ghetto. However, the later discovery of a long-missing reel, inclusive of multiple takes and cameraman staging scenes, complicated earlier readings of the footage. A Film Unfinished presents the raw footage in its entirety, carefully noting fictionalized sequences (including a staged dinner party) falsely showing �the good life� enjoyed by Jewish urbanites, and probes deep into the making of a now-infamous Nazi propaganda film.
A Film Unfinished is a film of enormous import, documenting some of the worst horrors of our time and exposing the efforts of its perpetrators to propel their agenda and cast it in a favorable light.
Director: Yael Hersonski
Running Time: 89 minutes
Rating: Unrated by MPAA
German, Hebrew , Yiddish, Polish, English
Website and Trailer
$8 Member / $10 Public
$2 discount for seniors and students
38th Annual Jewish Book & Arts Fair
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"coffee shop in town and they are trying to get a children's storytime started. the shop is called caffee diem and it's located on college park near 45 in the college park shopping plaza near gymboree. the storytime is every Monday from 9:00-9:55am. just thought i'd pass the word along in case anyone was interested! :)"
Friday, October 22, 2010
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Wednesday, October 20, 2010
Best place to swing: Bear Branch Park
Best Playground for 1 year olds: Bear Branch Park
Best Play structure for 2 year olds: Forest Gate Park
Best place to play in the sand: North Shore Park
Best Place to feed the ducks: North Shore Park
Best Place to Fly a Kite: Rob Fleming
Best Place to take pictures of bluebonnets: Rob Fleming
Best place to go for a walk in the morning: Along the waterway from the fountains to the mall.
Best Fountains to play in: Waterway Fountains in Waterway Square
Best Public Bathrooms at a park: Waterway square
Best Maze: Town Green next to the south branch library
Best place to buy bargain books: Borders on the first floor
Best Trolley Driver: Larry
Best Petting Zoo: Old MacDonald's Farm
Best place to look at waterfowl: The pond behind Beck's Prime
Best playground to climb on Monkey Bars: Harper's Landing
Best playground with a variety of climbing structures: High Oaks
Best playground to see bunnies and squirrels: Sawmill playground
Most wheelchair friendly playground: Bear Branch
Best place to ride a bike: Tamarac Park
Best 2 playgrounds near the mall: Northshore Park, Tamarac Park,
Closest playground to Oak Ridge Drive (I45 between Woodlands pkwy and Rayford/Sawdust): Sunbird park
Best playground on the "otherside" of the freeway: Teddy Bear Park (go straight on Woodlands Parkway to the other side of I45 and you will see it. Very well gated!)
Largest Playground North of Houston: Mercer Arboretum
Best traveling petting zoo: Marsha's petting zoo
Best place to catch the trolley: South Branch Library or in front of HEB
Cheapest Ice Cream: McDonald's Kid's Cone is $0.27
Best Guacamole: Chipotle
Best Stuffed Avocado: Casa Imperial
Best Chile Relleno: Chuy's
Best Fajitas: Pappasito's
Best Chinese Delivery: Chef Chan's
Best Lettuce Wrap: P.F. Changs
Best Stuffed Cabbage: Katz's Express
Best place to get a sandwich: Hubble and Hudson
Best place to eat Sushi: Kirin 2
Best 24 hour eatery: IHOP on I45
Best BBQ: County Line
Best Ice Cream: Hubble and Hudson
Best Frozen Yogurt: TCBY
Best Massage: Asian guys in the mall.
Best childrens section in a book store: Barnes and Noble
Best Free Craft: Lakeshore Learning
Best restaurant to eat family style: Buca Di Beppo
Please leave comments sharing you favorite spots around town!
Wednesday, October 13, 2010
The Grogan's Mill Fall Craft Fair will be on Saturday, October 16th, 2010, 9am - 1pm. We will have arts and crafts booths and will run in conjunction with the farmer's market. There will also be a pumpkin patch, face painting & kettle corn in the Grogan's Mill Village Center!
Fall Book Sale at the South Montgomery County Library
location: South County Community Center next to the library on Lake Robbins Drive
Thursday October 14 is the special evening preview - 5:00-8:00 p.m. A $5 donation gets you the first opportunity to purchase.
The sale continues from 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. on Friday and 9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. and 1:30 p.m.-3:30 p.m. on Saturday (the $1 a bag sale begins at 1:30).
Free! TASTE OF THE VILLAGE Saturday, October 16, 2010, Noon - 4:00 PM at the Indian Springs Village Shopping Center
Lone Star College Party in Market Street Oct 16 1-5pm
Let me know if y'all like these reminders. There are more things going on so be sure to look through my archives on my blog http://dealfindere.blogspot.com
4 lb bag of oranges: $1 (about 11 oranges)
Black Plums: $0.98/lb
White Seedless Grapes: $1/lb
Diet Dr. Pepper 6 Pack was 5 for $10 with HEB coupon
Reddi Wip Cream was $1.88 (I haven't seen it below $2 in a long time).
Muffins 3 for $2.97 when you pick them out yourself. $3.25 if you buy
No catalinas for me today, but the back of the receipt has some
Free Taco or Enchilada at Wahoos through Jan 31, 2011 with coupon
Free Soup and 2 Egg Rolls with $20 purchase at Shanghai Bistro (one of
the few places that actually delivers in The Woodlands)
Half Price Holiday Private Lessons
Half Price Private Lessons over Thanksgiving break!
FINS offers this special only a few times per year!!!
$20 for a 20 Minute Private Lesson!
Half price private lessons will be offered on Tuesday, November 23rd!
Students do not have to be currently enrolled at FINS to take part in
this wonderful offer! Best of all, with this one-on-one time, the
instructor can work on whatever you would like with the student (or we
can conduct a lesson according to our curriculum). Call today before
all of the spots are gone! 281-379-FINS (3467)
Keep an eye out for another email announcing the dates for our Half
Price Private Lessons to be offered over Christmas break!
**cannot be combined with any other offer**
cream cones, 4 free apple dippers, 4 free milk jug coupons. I didn't
see an expiration on these. Nice! Other places around the country are
reporting getting them for $1 a book. My logic is that a kid's mini
cone is $0.25 each ($0.27 with tax) so we get a big one for less if we
use all the coupons.
Tuesday, October 12, 2010
October 16 & 17, 2010
Saturday 10am to 6pm
Sunday 10am to 5pm
Featuring over 125 artists
Fun, food, music and art
in a beautifully restored historic settings.
Admission $5.00 for Adults
Children 12 and under admitted free
A Juried Fine Art Festival
On Postoffice Street Downtown Galveston
Saturday, October 9, 2010
Friday, October 8, 2010
As always, admission the The Holocaust Museum of Houston is free every day. If you haven't been yet, then go!
From the Jewish Herald Voice: HMH to present Holocaust films
Here is the info from HMH.org
Thursday, October 7, 2010