Craft Fair in Massachusetts
Fairs to remember (Hudson Sun)
Fun events planned for your community and nearby towns
Nichols talks about some 'Real Things' (Rapid City Journal)
Joe Nichols will perform Sunday, Aug. 17, at the Central States Fair. With his enchanting Southern drawl and quirky sense of humor, Nichols took some time to discuss his artistic process, musical tastes and love of performing for real people.
September Festivals & Fairs (About.com)
While many consider Labor Day as the end of summer, the festival fun continues in the Pittsburgh area throughout the month of September. This coming weekend brings quite a few...
The R-C Morning Report (The Record-Courier)
The last meeting of the Genoa Town Board before Candy Dance is 7 p.m. today and there may be trouble brewing over the town's decision to work with independent craft fairs.
60 events that'll catch your eye this fall (Creative Loafing Atlanta)
This season has something for everyone... �Sometimes it's hard to tell when the seasons change down South. If the thermometer were your only guide, it might not feel like autumn until Thanksgiving. Luckily, Atlanta's cultural scene is rich enough to draw the line between summer and fall. From state fairs to Swan Lake, Oktoberfest to Halloween, David Byrne to James Bond, this season has something ...
Gilbert club's crafts show to aid House of Refuge (The Arizona Republic)
Fair will benefit shelter that provides transitional housing to families, victims of domestic abuse and the homeless.
Miami Dade College honors top faculty (Miami Herald)
Miami Dade College will honor eight faculty members who have demonstrated a dedication to the craft of teaching with its 2008 Endowed Teaching Chairs.
Examining the neighborhoods (Bellaire Examiner)
A look at some of the top stories in nearby communities.
The Ambassador of Handmade (New York Times)
Faythe Levine is the proprietor of a crafts store and gallery, as well as the prime documentarian and patron saint of what she calls the handmade nation.
Search for one-of-a-kind gifts begins at craft fairs (El Paso Times)
EL PASO -- It's a given that people appreciate gifts with a homemade touch: Fresh-baked breads, wrapped with care and colorful ribbons.