It’s November 22. Do you know where your perfect gift is?
Why, oh why, you might be asking, do we put ourselves through this torment every year? The crowds, the lines, the expense … all to hand off a cheerfully wrapped box with the ideal gift inside, certain to thrill the recipient. No pressure there.
Well, gift hunters, take heart, help is on its way. City Weekly’s holly jolly guide contains ideas by the UPS delivery truckful. Want to dazzle your friends out of their fashion doldrums? Princess Kennedy can point the way. John Freeman offers book suggestions for just about every bent. Ted Scheffler tells how to make the chef or baker in your life boil over with delight. Ryan Bradford helps get you in tune with the gift of music.
And then there are City Weekly staff picks, priced low to high. Yes, we’re an alternative paper but that doesn’t mean we don’t want stuff; to want stuff is to be human. Perhaps what we wish for can inspire you to gift-buying greatness.
So, venture forth. Savor the chaotic whirl. It’s the holly jolly time of year.
Prezzies That Impress
By Princess Kennedy
By John Freeman
Lust in the Kitchen
By Ted Scheffler
Score With Music
By Ryan Bradford
Living in the Present Gift Guide
By City Weekly staff