Presents are wrapped. Cookies are baked. And, of course, the stockings are hung by the chimney with care. As we settle down for activities and a little R&R, we’ve pulled together a primer on the holiday.
Merry Christmas to you and yours. Enjoy the holidays and our picks of the week.
People around the world celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ on December 25. Here’s why—and the history of its iconic symbols from Christmas trees to Santa Claus.
Diverse depictions of Santa have become more accessible to families over the last few years.
The Washington Post
Last year, residents in the Rodgers Forge neighborhood in Baltimore County strung Christmas lights from one side of the street to the other to show a struggling neighbor that she was not alone.
From disco drummer boys to familiar hits, this Christmas music playlist is essential.
With our simple Christmas marketing checklist, we can make things a little easier.
The New Yorker
I like Christmas, except it has too many nuts in it and I’m allergic.
The New York Times
Get in the holiday spirit with a hot toddy, an onion galette or sour cream dip topped with salmon roe.
The Wall Street Journal
Even in death, a homeless man brings out the better angels in his friends.