WWWednesday: December 25, 2019

A joyous Hanukkah and a Merry Christmas to those who observe.

To those of you who don’t, have a very good week!

I’m posting a handful of videos. Four are musical and one is of fluffy arctic foxes.

The column will be on hiatus next week (January 1) but I will be back on January 8.

Happy New Year!

First up: Alison Krauss and Yo Yo Ma play The Wexford Carol.

Julie Geller performs a contemporary version of the classic Hanukkah hymn Al Hanisim.

From 2010, a flash mob performs the Halleluiah Chorus.

Itzhak Perlman plays Raisins and Almonds. This is slightly longer than five minutes.

Arctic foxes in the snow.


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MARION DEEDS, with us since March 2011, is retired from a 35-year career with county government, where she met enough interesting characters and heard enough zany stories to inspire at least two trilogies’ worth of fantasy fiction. Currently she spends part of her time working at a local used bookstore. She is an aspiring writer herself and, in the 1990s, had short fiction published in small magazines like Night Terrors, Aberrations, and in the cross-genre anthology The Magic Within. On her blog Deeds & Words, she reviews many types of books and follows developments in food policy and other topics.

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