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Happy Celebratory Days!

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I won’t be posting much over the next several days, except for the AV Photo Daily. (If you haven’t yet, please sign up to post your images to Flickr and join the group, which gives us permission to post them).

The nights of Hannukah continue until December 28th, and Christmas is on Sunday. Kwanzaa begins on December 26th. Many of you are taking next week off completely, and New Year’s Day is next week. Since I have no idea whether you, dear reader, celebrate any of those, all of them, or none of them, and because New Year’s is a second holiday, I will very sincerely wish you and your family Happy Holidays.


  • Betty Jean Grant

    Happy Kwanzaa and Happy new Year to you. The first night of Kwanzaa will be celebrated @ Buffalo Academy of Performing Arts @ 450 Masten Avenue at East Ferry,on Monday, December 26th from 7 to 9 p.m. We have one of the oldest and the longest(7 days) celebrations in the United States. The events are free and the public is welcome to attend.