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Can a Jew Love Christmas?
Jackie and Jay decided to visit New York and ask people on the street to convince Jackie to watch their favorite Christmas movie. Do you think it worked?
12 Essentials For Your Christmas Movie Marathon
Loretta Bolger Wish
Writer of print and online features, essays, fiction and the f...
There are so many great Christmas movies that it's hard to know where to aim your remote at this time of year. Between classic Yuletide favorites, films whose Christmas segments have turned them into seasonal fare and an explosion of TV movies, the options are endless.
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A Weird Thing You Didn't Know About Your Favorite Classic Christmas Films
Todd Van Luling
Marketing teams had secret strategies for these "Christmas movies."
A Legacy of Life: The Miracle on 34th Street Remembered
Believing in Santa
Cathy Cassani Adams
Host of Zen Parenting Radio, author, clinical social worker
Receiving toys and opening presents is great, but it's fleeting and only a small piece of the big picture. Santa reminds us to reconnect to our childlike awareness so that we notice the love and magic in our everyday lives.
The Miracle On 34th Street- 1 Year Later
The most appropriate thing I can do to commemorate Weston's transplant anniversary is to urge others to be part of a miracle for a family waiting for the life-saving gift of organ and tissue donation.
Upper West Restaurant Hosts Miracle on 34th Street Toy Drive & Fundraiser December 7
Miracle on 34th Street is a well-known beloved holiday film. It's an enduring tale of the power of faith as seen through a child's eyes.
10 Reasons Why The 'Miracle On 34th Street' Remake Is Better Than The Original
Santa's Divorce "Claus"
Novelist, 'Shepherd Avenue,' 'My Ride With Gus'
When a story sounds too good to be true, it usually is -- especially around this time of year. But when Christmas carols fill the air and Jack Frost is nipping at your nose, even the hardest-bitten reporters can let their guards down for a real whopper.
The Miracle of Imagination
Christopher B. Nelson
President, St. John’s College, Annapolis
Both imagination and wonder can be nurtured by stories from our childhood, by fairy tales, by books, dramas, and musical performances -- in short, by exposure to the great and the beautiful in any form.
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One Jew's Take on the
War on Christmas
Political and Pop Culture Analyst
Of course, Palin is widely known for her intellectual curiosity, her objectivity, her distaste for inflammatory rhetoric and her adherence to facts. So we must ask, is The Wasilla Wonder onto something here?
24 Movies You Absolutely Need To Watch This Holiday Season
Festive Fun: MyDaily's Top 20 Christmas Movies
What's More Important to Your Business?
Global CEO, Y&R
What's more important to your business: deep behavioral analytics of your customers' every engagement with you, or employees who act in compassionate, kind, caring ways toward your customers, perhaps ignoring the very analytics, ROI, and process that you think define your brand?
The Faithful Shopper: New Year, New Stores
Faith Hope Consolo
Douglas Elliman Real Estate
We're already anticipating the opening of a new crop of retailers ready to serve our fashion needs. I'll see you all on opening day!
Bizarre Christmas Movie Trivia: Jim Henson's Ghost, Jimmy Stewart's Censored Kiss & More
Have a Very Merry Celluloid Christmas
John W. Whitehead
Attorney, President of The Rutherford Institute, and author of...
Santa's Elf At The Postal Service Confronts His Biggest Challenge Yet, The Economy
The Faithful Shopper: Christmas in October
Faith Hope Consolo
Douglas Elliman Real Estate
I know, I know. It's not even Halloween yet, and the stores are filled with Christmas carols, holiday décor and gifts for year-end giving. I love it!
5 Great Films Named For Street Names
The Best Family Christmas Movies
Annals of the Over-rated: John Hughes
Author and film critic, hollywoodandfine.com
The Best Christmas Movies Of All Time: Which Is Your Favorite? (PHOTOS)
Trailblazing on 34th Street
How many have actually taken the time to notice that Doris Walker, the divorced single mom played by Maureen O'Hara, was, in fact, a working mom who was well ahead of her time?
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