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The 53rd L.A. County Holiday Celebration, which played out Monday at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, will be rebroadcast Christmas Day at noon and 3 p.m. for anyone who missed the live telecast on KCET Channel 28. The three-hour program surveys the...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Music, UNICEF, Jose Hernandez, Judy Collins
email@example.comIt was the start of a new school year in 1897 when friends of Virginia O’Hanlon told her the unthinkable: Santa Claus was a myth. Unwilling to accept such a notion, the 8-year-old wrote a letter to The New York Sun with the simple inquiry: “...
Tags: Music, Students, Entertainment, Holidays, Music Theater
The Lakers had a perfect Week 8, winning both games to extend their win streak to four. Both Steve Nash and Pau Gasol returned from injury and the team finally got the chance to see the roster play as designed. Now at 13-14, the Lakers have a chance...
More than a decade ago, vocalist Rodrick Dixon traveled to Lincoln Center in New York to sing a piece of music he couldn't get out of his head. He then decided he had to persuade someone to stage it in Chicago. This weekend, "Too Hot to Handel: The...
A bit like Santa crashing through the roof, snow is expected to make a not-entirely-welcome appearance across the U.S. on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. More than 93 million people will travel an average of 760 miles during the holidays, according...
If the Pasadena Playhouse had decided to adopt a theme song when a dire economy and long-standing debts forced it to cease operations for most of 2010 while it tried to claw its way back to solvency, “Stand by Me,” the 1961 pop-soul classic...
Tags: Music, Family, Music Industry, Human Interest, Entertainment
For many of us, social media is our main form of communication. Coupling this new trend of communicating with the holiday season could be a dangerous combination. Here are a few tips when posting via social media during the holiday season and every day....
Tags: Media Industry, Social Media, Holidays
Even though this article is being read in the middle of the holiday frenzy, it was written while I was attending the PFB Annual Meeting in Hershey in November. The annual meeting is when farmers gather to vote on policies which started at the...
When Frank Reid's wife was alive, their suburban Addison home was always decorated for the Christmas season. "Once upon a time, outside we'd have the sleigh with Santa, Frosty the Snowman, reindeer and lights galore, and all of it would take days to...
Thanksgiving morning, while my glorious 30-pound turkey was roasting (to perfection, Iżmight add) in the oven, Iżdecided to go ahead and put up a real Christmas tree. I have never had a tree up on Thanksgiving because when I was living with my parents,...
Tags: Religious Festivals, Thanksgiving, Holidays
Cheryl Knauer has a restaurant gift card in mind for her in-laws, a massage gift card planned for another family member and intends to pick up cards in smaller dollar amounts to Chick-fil-A and Starbucks for kids' stockings and teachers' gifts. The...
Tags: Giant Food, LLC, Target, McDonald's, Interior Policy, Walmart
After this past weekend, it appears that those hoping for a white Christmas are getting their wish! All around us, the Christmas season is in full gear: the presents, the decorations--and the treats. The Christmas treats that surround us are not good...
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