Tag Archives: Christmas

Joy to the World A and B

Both “Joys” were concerts, the first an “event” at the Church of the Intercession at the northern end of Manhattan. The program centers around Clement Clark Moore, author of A Visit from St. Nicholas. Last year upon arriving, I was … Continue reading

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On Dasher…

In my unofficial capacity as cheerleader for quirky New York City events, I’d have to go far to beat the annual Clement Clarke Moore festivities, billed as “New York’s oldest Christmas tradition.” The proceedings take place at the Church of … Continue reading

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Hallelujah!

  I’m sort of a Messiah groupie in that I try to go to a performance every holiday season; sang some of the work with my high school glee club and once, not so long ago, went to the sign-along … Continue reading

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On Dasher, On Salmon?

My husband is Norwegian in  that  his father’s family came from Oslo and he spoke Norwegian when he was very young.  My strongest recollection of  Norway is a  day spent just outside Bergen visiting Edvard Grieg’s house. To reach the … Continue reading

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