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Wednesday
Dec112013

holiday favorites: megan

punch bowl with ladle
for holiday parties I like to make
my favorite cider-bourbon-ginger cocktail in a big punch bowl because it’s festive!
disco ball gold ornament
every year I buy a new ornament to symbolize the coming year. this one exemplifies how bright and shiny 2014 will be—full of happy times
with friends and family.
nut case
it’s become a wrapping vessel for many gifts this year—I love this!!

Thanks to megan, associate product manager, for this submission.

Wednesday
Dec042013

holiday favorites: sandra

jack black candleholder
whoever would have thought
opaque matte black glass would be so great looking!? plus the style is modern whimsical—reinvented Colonial-era candle holders from
a classic children’s story, simply brilliant!
stelton press coffee maker
chilly Sunday mornings there’s nothing better than a full pot of hot, black coffee—in the timeless Stelton design it’s definitely on my wish list.
pinch bowls
shiny pretty sparkly things—all year long.

Friday
Dec232011

merry christmas!

To you and yours, warm wishes for a very Merry Christmas, from all of us at CB2.

Friday
Dec162011

28th annual christmas sing-along: chicago

photo by: 20 LettersWhat: The 28th Annual Christmas Show
Where: Music Box Theatre, Chicago
When: Friday, December 16-24, 2011

For the past 27 years, holiday revelers have come to the vintage Music Box theater to watch two classic films of the season—‘White Christmas’ and ‘It’s A Wonderful Life’.

What makes the evening a holiday tradition is when Santa Claus, accompanied by the theater organist, leads a sing-along of the most cherished Christmas carols before the screening of each film.

In case you never knew the words to Auld Lang Syne, just follow the “bouncing ball” as the lyrics are projected onto the screen and enjoy!

Tuesday
Dec062011

a klingon christmas carol: chicago

photo by: Scott PakudaitisWhat: A Klingon Christmas Carol
When: now thru December 31
Where: The Greenhouse Theater Center

The timeless story of Scrooge being visited by three ghosts in the hours before Christmas morning is told as only Dr. Spock could—in klingon*.

Needless to say, it’s equal parts theater, performance art—and a new holiday tradition.

*with English supertitles and narrative analysis from The Vulcan Institute of Cultural Anthropology.