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Dec 14 – Dec 27, 2023

Discover and gift Kintone's natural and organic hair care products. And, as a Port of Harlem reader, unlock 5% off the shampoo and/or conditioner price by using promo code 05KTN15OFF through this exclusive link.

While more natural products are coming on the market, hand-crafted items are becoming harder to find, which makes the jewelry crafted by Anthony Driver even more precious. You will find Driver at DC’s Eastern Market by the first door along 7th Street, SE.

Tribute Tina Turner,” authored by Michael Frizell and brought to life through the artistry of Ramon Salas, is a 22-page comic book that enthusiasts can readily access in both digital and print formats with hardback and paperback editions.

Like comic books, coloring books aren’t just for children. Some adults have made coloring books their hobby to calm their brains and help their bodies relax. Snelling, Georgia’s RTISH CREATIONS has an array of creative coloring books for adults.  

A great book for young sports enthusiast, Rosina Sedibane Modiba: A Dream Denied, is from the multi-lingual South African writer Lorato Trok. She told Port of Harlem that Modiba was a pioneering Black female athlete because she competed in multi-racial championships when apartheid made it illegal to compete against Whites in 1976.

Writer EJ Brock has written many Bible-based articles for Port of Harlem magazine.  While her POH stories are based on the Bible, her spiritual sagas infuses her Biblical knowledge with her creative imagination.  One creative title is Before the Beginning: A Spirit and Sanctioned Mate Prequel.

A holiday trip to Jamaica would be a great saga for the receiver to tell everyone. Daley's Destinations has some suggestions including a Couples Swept Away package to Negril (couples only) and the family friendly Royalton Blue Waters to Trelawny.

Whether you are in Jamaica or DC, Khismet Wearable Arts offers creative wear online and on location at 1231 Marion Barry Avenue, SE in the Anacostia Arts Center.

If you are in or going to The Gambia, Colours on Fabric has an array of items that you can have an image printed on at a cost that will make it economically wise for you to have printed in The Gambia and take home. Colours is on JanJang Road - London Corner.

Shopping for a unique item that fits the person you are gifting can be a challenge, we hope this helped you in your search for this holiday season and beyond.

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