Love and belonging are the unexpected gifts in Christmas short film “Tag”

  Christmas is one of the most special times of the year. Family comes together, friends celebrate and neighbours commune, collectively giving the laudable ideals of peace and love a tangible, soul-stirring workout. But what if you don’t have that special someone, that companion who turns a bright and beautiful Continue Reading

On 11th day of Christmas … I finally read A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens

  A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, published on 17 December 1843 to almost immediate popularity and acclaim, is one of those books that is so happily ubiquitous that you feel as you must have read it. So intimately familiar with the story are we, thanks to countless reinterpretations on Continue Reading

On 8th day of Christmas … I watched retro TV ep “Don’t Bring Your Guns to Town, Santa” (The Partridge Family)

  If there’s one thing that is always totally and utterly welcome in any TV show’s Christmas episode, especially in a series already delightfully rife with cheesy, heartfelt moments, it’s a happy, cosy, all is well with the world neat ending, preferably one tied up with a pretty red glittery Continue Reading

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