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On the blog, we're getting ready for summer with DIY activities for kids, marinades and rubs to up your grilling game, and ways to make the most of summer produce. Don't miss expert safety tips for enjoying campfires, fireworks, and other summer fun without a trip to the ER. Also new last week: rooftop bars, designer dresses for less, what's worth a splurge at Costco, and more.
New Blog Posts & Updates:
Stop the kids from whining about how bored they are this summer with these 17 fun, easy, and cheap ways to keep them busy at home all season long.
Finding a rooftop venue that doesn't charge a lot for the view can be a challenge, but here are 25 cheaper alternatives for taking in some scenery.
Whether under the sun or beneath the stars, enjoying summer begins with knowing how to play and work safely.
Summer produce is available only briefly each year. Here's how to take advantage of all the freshness, nutrition, and low prices the season has to offer.
Instead of splurging on one dress that blows your summer wardrobe budget, buy some of these look-alike styles for less and have cash left over for accessories.
Toast the season with inexpensive wines that pair well with summer heat, from vinho verde to cava to Provencal rosé.
Being stuck at the airport doesn't have to be a waste of time -- eat well, work out, or even take a nap or shower to make the most of a flight delay.
A campfire, a backyard barbecue, Fourth of July fireworks -- they all hold dangers that can be avoided easily.
There's more to grilling than heat. For a successful barbecue, break out one of these inexpensive, homemade dry rubs, sauces, and marinades.
Vacation home rentals offer an alternative to bland hotel rooms. They can also be a bargain. Here are 50 unique rentals across the U.S. for $85 or less a night.
This lineup of cheap summer dishes, ranging from perennial favorites to gourmet fare, is sure to please both family and guests.
Meat eaters will want to try these wildly flavored jerkies made out of everything from elk to bacon, and vegetarian snackers aren’t left behind.
There’s more to life than bulk cereal, and warehouse clubs know it. They tempt shoppers to splurge with items like designer clothes and pool tables.