Winter is fully upon us, and as these days we’re buried under three layers of clothes when we travel to and from our homes, we are forced to think creatively about how to spend time with our better halves other than sitting at home under the covers.
In the spring and summer, our calendars are marked with picnics in the park, sidewalk café lunches, and lazy days at the beach. But just because the temperature has dropped and the snow is starting to fall doesn’t mean we have to stop having fun.
Winter is a perfect season for quality couple time, with its romantic snowy settings, ideal cuddling opportunities, and frozen bodies of water (ice-skating, anyone?).
There are plenty of date ideas to go around so you don't go stir-crazy indoors and cause a potential fight.
If you like the sound of a great winter date but are at a loss for ideas, no worries — we have plenty of romantics on staff that have you covered.
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A damaging windstorm is expected to target areas form northern France into Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg and Germany from early Thursday morning into Thursday night.
The number of fatalities from the mudslides and flooding in Southern California continues to climb. There are a number of reasons for why people did not heed evacuation warnings.
Storm Fionn, the sixth named windstorm of the season, is already lashing parts of Ireland and the United Kingdom and impacts are expected to continue into Wednesday.
While the weather pattern does not favor widespread heavy rain in the short term, the chance of rainfall does exist for Southern California into the fourth week of January.
If your child is younger than 2 years old, he or she could be vulnerable to a potentially deadly virus disguised as the common cold.
Snow and icy conditions will continue to cause travel concerns across the southern United States into Tuesday night.
Tropical Cyclone Berguitta will pass dangerously close to La Reunion and Mauritius from Wednesday into Thursday and could make a direct strike on the islands.
As temperatures plummet, snow, ice and a rapid freeze-up will pose hazards to travelers across the south-central United States into early Wednesday.