Imagine everything you normally eat for Christmas dinner — turkey, sausages, potatoes, stuffing, vegetables, pudding (!)…everything. Now imagine all of it coated in batter and deep-fried until crispy on the outside
Everyone knows Christmas Day is all about tearing open presents, spending time with loved ones, gorging on lots of good food and celebrating the holiday spirit in general. Even though most of us have got the holiday thing down by now, some folks out there might not be aware of some of the unusual and history-making events marking Christmas Day and Christmas Eve in the past.
MAYANS AND HAWAIIANS! Joel Bye from The Blue Hawaiians and Mayan expert Joshua Berman on an "end of the world" edition of The Tom Sumner Program Friday December 21 beginning at 3 p.m. Co-host Andrea Sutton
Journalist/Author Jeff Kass ("Columbine - A True Crime Story") talks about what he learned about school shootings like the one in Newtown, CT and another mini-Christmas movie classic Thursday December 20 on The Tom Sumner Program beginning at 3 p
It's a major award! Looks like the Library of Congress is in a very Christmas-y mood, as Bob Clark's classic 'A Christmas Story' is one of 25 new films selected for preservation into the National Film Registry. Oh fudge, indeed!
Jump after the break to find out the other 24 titles!
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