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The best Christmas movies on Netflix right now

It's never a bad time to snuggle up with a feel-good Christmas movie. Thankfully, Netflix has you covered.
Tags: Christmas, Trends, Netflix, Streaming, How The Grinch Stole Christmas, Movies & TV


When the New York Philharmonic Fought Over Santa Claus

In the 19th century, a Christmas symphony became a flash point in the battle over the orchestra’s commitment to new American music.
Tags: Europe, News, Christmas, United States, Classical Music, Minorities, Fry, Snider, New York Philharmonic, Olga, Neuwirth, William Henry, Sarah Kirkland, New York Philharmonic Fought Over Santa Claus


The ‘Festivus Miracle’ Lives On

The anti-holiday holiday, made famous by Jerry Stiller in his role as Frank Costanza, is still celebrated by fans who also find tinsel distracting.
Tags: Television, News, Christmas, Jerry, Stiller, Frank Costanza, Jerry Stiller, Comedy and Humor, Seinfeld (TV Program


Sarah Silverman Will Play the First Lady Santa Claus in Santa Inc.

Gender equity is coming to the North Pole. Read more...
Tags: Science, Christmas, Animation, Santa Claus, Seth Rogen, Sarah Silverman, HBO Max, Santa Inc, First Lady Santa Claus in Santa Inc


NOS4A2 Is Back to Be Weirdly Obsessed With Christmas Again in This New Teaser

If Dracula has taught us anything, it’s that evil vampires have a really hard time staying dead. It just doesn’t stick. So, of course Charlie’s back. Call it a Christmas miracle. Read more...
Tags: Science, Horror, Amc, Vampires, Christmas, Zachary Quinto, Charlie, Dracula, Ashleigh Cummings, NOS4A2


Cream Cheese Cookies

These cream cheese cookies have pillowy interiors and a strong vanilla flavor. My friends described them as the cookie version of gooey butter bars! They have just a few ingredients and come together so easily. Dust them with powdered sugar for a perfect presentation. Read the full article here
Tags: Christmas, Baking, Cookies & Brownies




When’s the best time to go skiing?

The main ski season runs from December to April, and each month has its pros. Whether you’re a family looking for a festive feel, or a keen skier hoping to cover some miles, you’ve got to pick the time that suits you best. To help you out, take a look at our guide to skiing in each month. Skiing in December Early-season dealsQuieter slopes before the school holidaysChristmas & New Year celebrations If you’re an expert looking for quiet runs as soon as the seaso...
Tags: Deals, Europe, Winter, France, Activities, Christmas, Snow, Sport, Austria, Canada, Ski, Skiing, Winter Wonderland, Italy, Finland, Spring


Reflection for the Solemnity of the Presentation of the Lord 2020

When the days were completed for their purification according to the law of Moses, Mary and Joseph took Jesus up to Jerusalem to present him to the Lord. This is the Sixth and final Sunday after Christmas.  We have reflected over these weeks on the way Jesus had made Himself known to the world: To the Jewish people; To the poor and humble; To the world; and In His call to the disciples. In these weeks we have covered thirty years of Jesus’ time on earth. Today, we take a step back.  ...
Tags: Israel, Religion, Christmas, Jerusalem, Light, Jesus, Christ, Presentation, Bethlehem, Joseph, Christian Witness, Homilies, Moses Mary, Church Each


She Helped a Customer in Need. Then U.S. Bank Fired Her.

This from a company that says employees should “do the right thing.”
Tags: News, Oregon, Christmas, United States, U S Bank, US Bancorp, Telephones and Telecommunications, Labor and Jobs


Yowane Haku Put on the Naughty List in Christmas Ero-MMD Animation

Cherished Vocaloid character Yowane Haku has been celebrated in another erotic MikuMikuDance animation, one possessing a Christmas theme as Haku can be seen dressed as a reindeer while being sexually piledrived by Santa. Unlike most MMD animations that focus on nude dancing, this lewd creation by Terrorban contains purely sex, with some watchers bound to […]
Tags: Christmas, Anime, MMD, Haku, Oppai, Oshiri, H, Image Gallery, Kemonomimi, MikuMikuDance, Yowane Haku, Yowane Haku Put, Santa Unlike


Reflection for the 2nd Sunday in Ordinary Time 2020

Theknowing. I did not know him, but the one who sent me to baptize with water told me, ‘On whomever you see the Spirit come down and remain, he is the one who will baptize with the Holy Spirit.’ Now I have seen and testified that he is the Son of God.” On this Fourth Sunday after Christmas we hear the testimony of John. In the gospel, John twice says: “I did not know him.” It seems odd for John to say such a thing. Afterall, John and Jesus were cousins. It is true that they live...
Tags: Religion, Christmas, Jerusalem, Jesus, John, Nazareth, Ein Kerem, Sermons, Christian Witness, Homilies


Reflection for the Solemnity of the Holy Family 2020

Bricks andmortar. Put on, as God’s chosen ones, holy and beloved, heartfelt compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness, and patience On this Second Sunday after Christmas we reflect on and honor the Holy Family, Jesus, Mary, and Joseph. As I reflected on this Solemnity, I just kept coming back to the term “bricks.” The Holy Family is of course the perfect model of family. It is built with a solid foundation and perfect bricks. It is a structure fully showing what God intends when ...
Tags: Religion, Christmas, David, Jesus, Christ, Joseph, Cain, Jacob, Hosea, Solomon, Absalom, Jesus Mary, Christian Witness, Homilies, Holy Family, Amnom


Away, #PelotonGate, and predictions for 2020

Hello and welcome back to Equity, TechCrunch’s venture capital-focused podcast, where we unpack the numbers behind the headlines. Kate and Alex and the ever-intrepid man behind the dials, Chris, took the time this week to dig into the two biggest stories from the end of 2019 and look into the future. But as you’ll quickly hear, there was news on the show. Kate Clark is moving on from Equity and TechCrunch to The Information. We wish her nothing but the best but it’s still a big blah to say...
Tags: Apple, Fundings & Exits, Startups, TC, Christmas, Kate, Equity, Alex, TechCrunch, Chris, Producer, Peloton, Kate Clark


Here are 4 holiday-flavored LA-area happenings you can enjoy before … sigh, back to the grind

Let’s face it. You’re not ready to head back to work next week. You’re just not. Days and days of holiday sweets are still laying around your kitchen. The sugar is streaming through your veins. There’s the feeling of not having to get up early in the morning — and even if you do, it’s to vegetate, or take a nice brisk, but unrushed walk. Well, you still have a chance in these final days — before the first full work week of a new decade begins — to smell the roses — literally — and do other stuff...
Tags: La, Christmas, Los Angeles, Reagan, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Ronald Reagan, Santa, Arcadia, Los Angeles Zoo, Botanic Garden, LA Zoo, Descanso Gardens, David Crane, Ronald Reagan Presidential Library




Exchange Your Crappy Gift Cards for United Airlines Miles

Received another $50 to the Cheesecake Factory this holiday season? Here’s how to exchange it for something you might actually use. As part of its MileagePlus Gift Card exchange program, United Airlines is offering to buy your unwanted gift cards and exchange them for actual award miles through the airline.Read more...
Tags: Christmas, Gifts, Lifehacks, Gift Cards, United Airlines, Crappy Gift Cards for United Airlines Miles


Fascinating Vintage Photographs Documented A “Spirit Of Christmas” In The 1895–1930s

A woman returns home from the market with a Christmas tree. (Photo by Otto Haeckel/Getty Images). 1895 A Christmas tree in an Edwardian parlour. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images). Circa 1905 At Christmas toy hawkers, like this one on Ludgate Hill and Holborn, thronged the streets of London. (Photo by Topical Press Agency/Getty Images). 1913 New York’s Christmas tree for the homeless... Source
Tags: Photography, New York, Design, London, Christmas, Retro, Holborn, Hulton, Topical Press Agency, Otto Haeckel Getty


Donald Knuth's Christmas pi surprise

Jon Cog writes, "For Christmas, mathematician Donald Knuth shared some great geeky fun. He revealed how for the last 57 years, he's been incorporating the digits of pi into the exercises of his computer programming books -- a whopping 1,700 times. And before long his annual 'Christmas Tree' lecture 'had turned into a kind of intellectual funhouse,' sharing other mind-boggling pi-related miscellanies." For example, one author wrote an entire book where each word has exactly the number of...
Tags: Videos, Happy Mutants, Video, Math, News, Christmas, Pi, Donald Knuth, Knuth, Don Knuth, Jon Cog, David Cassel, Zompyr Chronicle


The Sunday After Christmas

The Sunday after Christmas and or the first of the year is a little awkward. Few people show up for ‘usual’ gathering. From food comas, family visiting, reasons vary for missing church. Sometimes that’s a good thing. Families spending time with those they don’t or haven’t seen in a long time. Besides this, the Sunday after Christmas has other interesting characteristics. And, there are some things worth our attention. Team and Less Some of my friends and I called it, “The Youth Pastor’s Sun...
Tags: Christmas, Seo, Easter, Don, Church Life


I’m home for Christmas – but hardship has sucked the spirit out of Zimbabwe

After years in exile, my hopes for a joyous family reunion were dashed by the country’s miserable economic situationMy brothers and I leapt out of bed at the first glimmer of dawn on Christmas morning – and there they were. Every Christmas of my childhood that I can remember, the shiny black school shoes were neatly lined up by the door. A new pair for all of us. Then came the new clothes proudly presented by my parents – the fruit of long hours of labour. And then, in our new finery, off we wen...
Tags: Africa, Christmas, World news, Poverty, Zimbabwe, Robert Mugabe


Eggnog Pancakes

If you haven’t stocked up on eggnog this holiday season, you might want to run to the store and pick up a container of your favorite brand so that you can whip up a batch of these fluffy Eggnog Pancakes for breakfast. They’re easy to make and a wonderful way to infuse a little holiday flavor into your mornings. I enjoy them throughout the holiday season – starting after Thanksgiving and going all the way through New Year’s Day. The pancakes are light, fluffy and have a delicious eggnog flavor i...
Tags: Christmas, Recipes, Baking, New Year, Christmas 2015, Eggnog, Breakfasts, Christmas 2019


The Dead City Of Pripyat Now Has A Christmas Tree!

The dead city of Pripyat now has a Christmas tree! Some former citizens of the city joined the small celebration. They willingly came to decorate the tree installed next to the Palace of Culture “Energetik”. Some photos of their childhood years are hanging now on the tree together with decorations. In July 2019, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyi lifted the ban on visiting the 30-kilometer... Source
Tags: Photography, Design, Disaster, Christmas, Nuclear, Chernobyl, Tree, Pripyat, Volodymyr Zelenskyi


Watch Christmas Reunite On Christmas For Yo La Tengo’s Hanukkah Show

Every year, Yo La Tengo play a big show on each night of Hanukkah. This year, Christmas happened to fall on the fourth night of Hanukkah. Yo La Tengo bassist James McNew used to play in the '80s/early '90s indie rock band Christmas. And this year, at Yo La Tengo's Hanukkah show on Christmas, Christmas … More »
Tags: Video, Music, Christmas, Yo La Tengo, Lee Ranaldo, James McNew, Todd Barry, CJ Camerieri


Christmas All Year Round

It seems the advertising and hype machine has succeeded, it is Christmas year round. No, it is not a wonderful family time, but the hype to spend is pretty much year round. Let’s wander through our Calendar Year of spending, shall we? New Years This really end up being an extension of Black Friday/Christmas spending, […] The post Christmas All Year Round appeared first on Canadian Personal Finance Blog on %%date%%
Tags: Marketing, Christmas


Bringing Christmas Spirit in a Small Apartment: 6 Dreamy Decor Hacks

Guest Post Places with smaller square footage can be tricky to decorate because it doesn’t take much to make them feel cramped and crammed. Come holiday season, it becomes even more difficult to flex your styling and decorating muscles. Nevertheless, there are ways you can make your small place all bright and merry this holiday season – even without the big old Christmas tree. Try some of these space-savvy, dreamy decor hacks and turn your small apartment into a cozy space oozing with happi...
Tags: Christmas, Blogging, Guest Post, Small Apartment, Apartment, Decor, Odds & Ends, Garland, Decor Hacks


Elon Musk says Tesla will add Disney+ to its vehicles “soon”

Elon Musk spent some time over this past holiday week answering questions posed by fans on Twitter, and one addressed the growing catalogue of entertainment options available in-car via the Tesla Theater software feature: Musk said that Disney+ will be “coming soon” to the list of available streaming services drivers can access in their cars. Tesla Theater was introduced in the V10 software update that went out in September via over-the-air-update, and added streaming media from Netflix and Y...
Tags: TC, Transportation, Elon Musk, Christmas, Disney, Tech, Tesla, Netflix, Automotive, Transport, Twitch, Hyperloop, Tesla Model S, Musk, Streaming Media, Charging Stations


Here are six ideas to use Christmas lights for dreamy photos

Christmas lights are everywhere these days, and it would be a shame not to use them to get some lovely bokeh. In this video, Sweet Lou Photography will give you six ideas for using Christmas lights in your photos, both indoors and outdoors. You will need: White and colorful Christmas lights (obviously) Some fishing line […] The post Here are six ideas to use Christmas lights for dreamy photos appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Inspiration, Christmas, Christmas Lights, Christmas Photos, Sweet Lou Photography, Lou Photography


The Bloody Fourth Day of Christmas

According to the Christian calendar, the birth of Jesus is followed by the state-mandated murder of children. But somehow, hope breaks through.
Tags: News, Christmas, Bible, Jesus, Discrimination, Jesus Christ, Josephus, Immigration and Emigration, Refugees and Displaced Persons, Christians and Christianity, Flavius, Herod (74/73-4 BCE