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‘Christmas Carol’ Review: Brooding Scrooge Gets Ghosted

‘Christmas Carol’ Review: Brooding Scrooge Gets Ghosted

‘Christmas Carol’ Review: Brooding Scrooge Gets Ghosted ‘Christmas Carol’ Review: Brooding Scrooge Gets Ghosted I woke up with the sight of snow banked against my windowsill, so perfectly even and untouched that it was as if each flake had been placed by hand. Then the mug of hot oatmeal and the donning of the baggiest, fuzziest — and, thus, comfiest …

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Best Christmas movies: The 20 greatest festive films ranked, from Home Alone to The Muppets Christmas Carol | The Independent

Best Christmas movies: The 20 greatest festive films ranked, from Home Alone to The Muppets Christmas Carol | The Independent

Best Christmas movies: The 20 greatest festive films ranked, from Home Alone to The Muppets Christmas Carol | The Independent Best Christmas movies: The 20 greatest festive films ranked, from Home Alone to The Muppets Christmas Carol | The Independent Christmas is a time for family, food, forgiveness… and films. Whether it’s because you’ve eaten so much you’re temporarily unable …

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Review: A Ham’s ‘Christmas Carol,’ Without the Honey Glaze

Review: A Ham’s ‘Christmas Carol,’ Without the Honey Glaze

Review: A Ham’s ‘Christmas Carol,’ Without the Honey Glaze Review: A Ham’s ‘Christmas Carol,’ Without the Honey Glaze Charles Dickens knew how to sell “A Christmas Carol.” For years, he even took it on tour. Consider his sold-out appearance, on Dec. 9, 1867, at Steinway Hall on 14th Street in Manhattan, where he kept the audience rapt for 90 minutes …

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Bah, Pandemic! How Theaters Are Saving ‘A Christmas Carol’

Bah, Pandemic! How Theaters Are Saving ‘A Christmas Carol’

Bah, Pandemic! How Theaters Are Saving ‘A Christmas Carol’ Bah, Pandemic! How Theaters Are Saving ‘A Christmas Carol’ Mr. Haj doesn’t expect to make money on it. Nor does Leda Hoffmann, artistic director of the Contemporary American Theater Company in Columbus, Ohio, which, for $20 per device, will stream a contemporary reimagining with Ebony Scrooge at its center. “This is …

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Carol Paumgarten, ‘Den Mother’ to a Dance Scene, Dies at 76

Carol Paumgarten, ‘Den Mother’ to a Dance Scene, Dies at 76

Carol Paumgarten, ‘Den Mother’ to a Dance Scene, Dies at 76 Carol Paumgarten, ‘Den Mother’ to a Dance Scene, Dies at 76 Carol Paumgarten, the co-founder and longtime artistic director of Steps on Broadway, a dance studio that became a sweaty New York institution that indiscriminately welcomes elite ballerinas, children in leotards and everyday New Yorkers with “Flashdance” fantasies, died …

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The Radical Ordinariness of Carol Shields’s Literary World

The Radical Ordinariness of Carol Shields’s Literary World

The Radical Ordinariness of Carol Shields’s Literary World The Radical Ordinariness of Carol Shields’s Literary World The women of “The Stone Diaries,” like the women in Shields’s other novels, are average students, flustered housewives, ornery aunts, a garden columnist. They meet for lunch, instigate romantic affairs, suffer miscarriages, receive bad haircuts, carry on too much at parties, gain weight, resent …

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Carol Vorderman posts tearful video after ‘frightening’ experience with paparazzi outside home

Carol Vorderman posts tearful video after ‘frightening’ experience with paparazzi outside home

Carol Vorderman posts tearful video after ‘frightening’ experience with paparazzi outside home Carol Vorderman posts tearful video after ‘frightening’ experience with paparazzi outside home Carol Vorderman has posted a video of herself in tears on Twitter after being “frightened” by two male photographers outside her house. The television personality, 59, sat in her car following the experience and filmed the …

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