Shopping for teens — the best bets are electronics, notably the smartphone.
This photo provided by Gifts.com shows Kris Nations State Pride necklaces from Gifts.com. Teens want to express themselves and show pride in their background. These necklaces are dainty and pretty, perfect for teen girls who want to show some personality and pride. (AP Photo/Gifts.com)
This photo provided by Nordstrom shows Friends with Benefits Mother of Pearl Headphone Cap Set for Taylor. A good gift for teenagers is one that is new and different that allows them to show who they are, says Gregg Andrews, Nordstrom’s fashion creative director. “They want things that are u…
This photo provided by Otterbox shows a Broncos Denver cellphone case perfect for the athlete and avid sports fan. For a holiday gift for a teenager, electronics -- notably the teen must-have, the smartphone -- along with accessories and video game systems and games, activewear and items tha…
This photo provided by Sugarwish shows a classic Sugarwish box of candy. Hungry teens will be happy with the gift you can eat - food or candy that can be ordered online or put together in a basket by the giver. (AP Photo/Sugarwish)
Teens love the retro feel and instant gratification of seeing immediate pics taken with this Polaroid Onestep camera.
Think accessories! Your teen may scream over Moschino’s smartphone case that resembles a melting ice cream bar.
The Friends with Benefits Stingray Headphone Cap Set for Taylor is great for teens who want to express individuality.
This Converse sneaker comes in various colors and styles from Missoni, a company known for snazzy zigzag patterns.
Toy trains which have gone around many Christmas trees in the past are coming around again this year. These trains were photographed Dec. 12, 1989 in Philadelphia. (AP Photo/George Widman)
Can’t make it to Anaheim but want to watch the game with a crowd? Here are some options:
Laughing Jean Saubert of Lakeview, Ore., winner of Silver and Bronze Medals in the Slalom Skiing events, carries the United States flag in the closing ceremonies of the ninth Winter Olympics at Innsbruck, Austria on Feb. 9, 1964. More than 11,000 spectators jammed into the Ice Stadium to wat…
This is a general view of the Olympic flag being raised during opening ceremony of the 10th Winter Games in Grenoble, France, Feb. 6, 1968. (AP Photo/Dieter Endlicher)
America's Dorothy Hamill skates from the Innsbruck Olympic ice rink after picking up bouquets of flowers which were showered upon her after she won the gold medal in the women's figure skating event of the 12th Winter Olympic Games in Innsbruck, Feb. 13, 1976. (AP Photo)
Jim Bickford, 43-year-old bobsledder from Saranac Lake, N.Y., carries U.S. flag as he leads teammates past stands at stadium at Cortina D'Ampezzo during opening ceremonies for 1956 Winter Olympic Games, Jan. 26, 1956, Cortina D'Ampezzo, Italy. Bickford, a forest ranger, is participating in h…
Japanese girls from Olympic rings in the center of the Makomanai ice arena during the closing ceremony of the Winter Olympic, Feb. 13, 1972, Sapporo, Japan. (AP Photo)
DEAR ABBY: I was laid off from work, but my husband, “Keith,” works full time in a factory. We live with his parents. By the time Keith gets home from work and gets cleaned up, it’s time to eat dinner. Immediately afterward, we always follow the same routine: We go in our bedroom and he goes…
DEAR ABBY: My parents and sister live three hours away, so my family stays with me when they come to town. Over the last few years, I noticed things began to disappear from my home. They are usually small and portable — earrings, in particular.
Fuehrer Adolf Hitler, in light suit , walks with a delegation as they arrive for the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games in Berlin, Germany on August 1, 1936. Spectators hail the German leader from the stadium balcony with salutes. (AP Photo)
German Chancellor Adolf Hitler, who attends the Olympics daily, seems pleased with the way the games are progressing as he watches events on August 14, 1936 at Berlin, Germany. At his left is Dr. Theodor Lewald, not in uniform, president of the German Olympic committee. The short man, second…