More blending of pagan and Christian symbols.
Everyone play along!
An [adjective] [noun] helps an [adjective] [noun] find the true meaning of Christmas.
An [adjective] [noun] must team up with an [adjective] [noun] to save Christmas!
Fun Fact: “Mele Kalikimaka” doesn’t actually mean anything in Hawaiian. It’s literally just “Merry Christmas” made to fit the phonology of the Hawaiian language.
Synth-pop! Creepy puppets! Latin! And yet somehow it works!
An Advent carol, as opposed to a Christmas carol, because those are two different things. (I am a font of knowledge.)
The Note. You know the one.
My favorite arrangement of my favorite carol.
Thanksgiving is the best holiday. It’s all about eating and drinking and spending time with people you value. (This assumes, of course, that your table isn’t a minefield of political conversation; if that’s the case, Thanksgiving is the worst holiday.) Thanksgiving in the 1970s, however, looked even more carefree and festive than it does today. Boozier, too. Take a look through these 30 images of celebrities and regular folks alike celebrating the holiday in the ’70s.
This article courtesy of Esquire is from a few years ago, but it gives a taste of what Thanksgiving would have been like for Penelope Drake and friends, minus the green bean casserole, congeal salad, and other regrettable food choices. Happy Thanksgiving!