Hey Jacksonville Dads, your time is near! This upcoming Father’s Day, you will reign as king again. Not only will you be showered with gifts and appreciation by your family, but you will also be able to dictate the events of the day according to your wishes. But you may be unsure of what exactly it is you want to do. Well, for starters, check out the recommendations below to get an idea of the various offers you can take up on Sunday.
Do the words “birdie,” “tee,” and “fairway” ring in your ears like heaven’s bells? If so, you should most definitely hit up The World Golf Hall of Fame in St. Augustine on Father’s Day. The U.S. Open trophy will be on display in the museum, and fathers will receive complimentary coupons, certificates, and other goodies. The best part is that all of this will be FREE on Sunday! Read the rest »
When it comes to candy celebrations, Easter is only second to Halloween. Every year, kids (and plenty of adults) celebrate with not just colored eggs, but candy and chocolate. Lots of chocolate. And while chocolate bunnies and various egg-shaped goodies are delicious staples of the spring holiday, there are far too many terrible treats, as well.
So, for your consideration, here are terrible Easter candies you may have encountered in your many years of holiday celebrations.
Easter Candy Corn – It doesn’t matter if it’s orange, white, and black at Halloween or pastel-colored at Easter, candy corn is never a good option. Who would pass up chocolate, eggs, and other sweets for this strangely waxy hybrid of unknowable chemicals? Read the rest »
Florida is known for many things: great beaches, amusement parks galore, countless retirement destinations, and a culture that can only be found here. Whether you are a lifelong Floridian or simply want to know more about our state, you may not know the many different things that make our state unique. Here at Farah & Farah, we are always happy to show some Florida pride.
Here are 10 ways that The Sunshine State is unlike any other in the nation.
- We have the most popular amusement park destination in the entire United States: Orlando. The city is home to the Walt Disney Resort and its six parks, Universal Orlando Resort’s three parks, SeaWorld Orlando’s three parks, Legoland Florida, Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, Holy Land Experience, and Gatorland!
- America’s space flight launch pad is in Cape Canaveral. The John F. Kennedy Space Center, Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Spaceport Florida, and SpaceX are all centered here. Read the rest »
The ongoing Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia are a reminder of the indomitable human spirit and a testament to what we can do when we put our minds to something. The memories of victory and triumph over adversity are countless and date back hundreds of years. But with so many countries colliding, desperate to win in all manner of sports, weird things are bound to happen.
So, in honor of all those odd moments, the team at Farah & Farah has compiled some of the strangest moments in Olympics history.
Literally Hot Women Lugers – Sometimes, ingenuity and legality don’t go hand in hand. The 1968 East German women’s luge team was disqualified for the medal-winning runs because of their unique way of winning – heating up their sleds to cut through the ice easier and make faster times.
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With Christmas a little over a week away, Americans are scurrying about buying last-minute Christmas gifts and hauling trees home to decorate for the holidays.
According to Time magazine, Americans will spend some $600 billion this holiday season. But what you might not know is that $1 billion of that spending will be for some 25-30 million Christmas trees.
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