Sunday, December 24, 2006

the stars are brightly shining

On Christmas Eve, it's appropriate to do some of the same things we do every year on this night. In that regard, I invite you to revisit my blog post from December 24, 2005. Please enjoy the story (and the audio) of my son's version of "A Visit from St. Nicholas."

Speaking of the famous poem by Clement C. Moore, did you see that a handwritten copy of it sold for $280,000?
While you're listening to Frank Jr., feel free to browse through the December, 2005 archives for stories about Christmas music, presents, ornaments and food.

Blog reader Keith suggested I check out a site called "Jesus of the Week." This week they are featuring an inflatable nativity scene like the one I saw in a supermarket two weeks ago.

The other day I mentioned that I don't get the INHD channel, which will be showing a yule log tomorrow morning. The famous WPIX yule log will be shown on Superstation WGN but it's on tonight/tomorrow morning from 3:30 to 5:30 a.m. As I flipped through the channels on my new plasma screen, I discovered that Knoxville has its own hi-def yule log on WMAK. It's on from 4:00 p.m. today until 1:00 p.m. tomorrow. I know it's local because I heard "Tennessee Christmas," as nicely sung by my former radio partner Ashley Adams. While I'm talking about other stations in the market, I'll go ahead and say that the little-known Earl FM has been playing a pretty good selection of Christmas music today with several cool artists you'll never hear on Bland 97.5.

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Blogger D.O.M. Dan said...

Merry Christmas Frank.

Anonymous m said...

Merry CHRISTmas Frank!


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