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Pentatonix reinvents holiday music with their new album ‘That’s Christmas to Me’

There are two types of people when it comes to holiday music. There are the ones who start playing it right after Halloween and cannot help but sing along to any holiday song that they hear. They take the quote … Continue reading

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Five Tips to Beat the After-Christmas Blues

The presents have been unwrapped, the cookies are almost gone, the tree is looking droopy, and there are no more excuses to put off all of the homework your teachers assigned for break. December is almost over, and you already … Continue reading

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Five of my favorite Christmas ornaments

Baking cookies, listening to Christmas songs, going to church, wrapping presents, and visiting family are a few of the highly anticipated holiday activities. But there is one activity that is missing from that list that truly makes this “the most … Continue reading

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5 Fun Things To Do On A Snow Day

Snowed in your house? School cancelled for the day? No idea what to do with your time? No Problem! Here’s some fun things to do when  you’re snowed in:

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York Catholic’s Annual Christmas Concert

http://yorkcatholic.org/current-students/news/ It’s that time of year again so get in the Christmas spirit by coming to York Catholic’s annual Christmas Concert! Junior high band and choir, Senior high band and choir, ukulele club, and many more groups will be playing … Continue reading

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Black Friday: the unofficial start of the Christmas season

Just hours after the turkey was carved and your family was gathered around the table, the stores came alive and the Christmas season unofficially began. Packed parking lots, thousands of people rushing into the stores to get the Doorbuster Deals, … Continue reading

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Chickens: An Investigative, Enterprise Piece – Part II

Part I here The band honks and bustles in the corner of the bar, its brass noise reminiscent of the flies and wasps flitting through the still hot air. Summer came too early this year. It comes earlier every year, … Continue reading

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What I Need Now is a Polar Express

I’m lying in bed, scrawling this post on a piece of paper. It’s 12:13 Christmas morning. Downstairs my parents are sticking candy canes on the tree, and shoving presents under it (no longer labeled “Santa”; none of these are explicitly … Continue reading

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Spreading Christmas Cheer- Sweater Style

On Friday, the halls of Spring Grove High School were decked with students wearing holiday sweaters. The school’s holiday spirit week ended with a Christmas sweater theme. This left many students turning to their grandparents’ closets or thrift shops. Personally, … Continue reading

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One Christmas tradition already complete

Yesterday, my best friends and I shared one of my favorite nights of the year- our progressive dinner (as mentioned in my previous “Favorite Holiday Traditions” post). For the fourth year in a row, the five of us gathered at … Continue reading

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