The famous poem, “A Visit from St. Nicholas” was published on this day way back in 1823!
That infamous pandemic has ruined many plans in our lives this year. So when the state guidelines called for people to not gather with large groups – including family members who live outside of one’s home – my wife decided that it was high time to “double down on the fun.” So, we celebrated the holiday in a whole new way with just our adult kids … and Bob Ross.
This year, Writer of Pop is hosting its own advent calendar. Each box on calendar is a link to little surprise. It might be a new music video, a classic Christmas movie clip or some other great find. A new window will open each day from now until Christmas!
It was on this day in pop culture history that Macy’s held its first Thanksgiving Day Parade in 1924. Although then it was called a Christmas parade.
Of all the many versions of “How the Grinch Stole Christmas,” NBC will be presenting three of them this year.
The Holderness Family really nailed this video which pretty much explains the plot of every Christmas movie to air on the Hallmark channel. Watch this, are you’re done for the season. You’re welcome.
A sampling of some of this year’s best holiday tunes.
We all have our own favorite memories and traditions related to Christmas; some better than others. Here’s a short trip through holiday history from 1823 to 2020 featuring the highs and lows of Christmas pop culture.
How do you party during a pandemic? With a few friends.
Not only is Jack Skellington celebrating Christmas in October. So are these folks.
Oscar Pistorius had a bad year between 2012 and 2013. He was the first amputee to compete in the Olympic games but he is also famous for something else.
While Rudolph and Red-Nosed Reindeer has been around since 1939, most people had not heard of him until Gene Autry’s hit which became a #1 ht on this week in 1950.