Who wins the Griswold Family Christmas light show award this year?
If you want to see a free light show, grab the kids after dinner and take them for a stroll down Church Road in Arnold after dark. Several houses have decked their yards with a menagerie of lights and creative arrangements. These are just a few of the sights that can be seen in Arnold after dark throughout this month. But there are several other areas of town that also have brilliant arrangements. A home on Amberwood Drive has a syncrhonized light show with music, and the light show at Century Vista Drive is still going strong this year. Which home features your favorite light show this year? See also:
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Instead of stocking the latest and greatest toys, The Cape Exchange sets its sights on carrying items you might remember from your childhood holiday memories. As a retail consignment shop, The Cape Exchange gets items from locals and businesses second-hand. But one person’s discarded items are another person's treasures. Whether it's from the 1950s or the 2000s, store owner Michele Skarwecki aims for a mixed bag of new, used, vintage and antique. “People will come in, see something that catches their eye and say, ‘Oh, I remember this from when I was a child,’” she said. Often they’ll find items they had forgotten about, but strong memories can be tapped into by the shape or smell of old antiques, said store employee Sarah Gordon. “We’ve …