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‘The Christmas Chronicles 2’ demonstrates importance of family during holiday season

The second movie in “The Christmas Chronicles” dilogy leaves the audience with so many emotions. This feel-good movie is the perfect family movie to you into the Christmas spirit.
December 3, 2020

The sequel to “The Christmas Chronicles” just hit Netflix on Nov. 25.  In “The Christmas Chronicles 2,” we follow 13-year-old protagonist Kate (Darby Camp), as she saves Christmas for the second...

Dropping temperatures exacerbate COVID health risks

Andrew Tarshis is forced into covid safety precautions in his own house. He must wear a mask and gloves + stay 6 feet away from the rest of his family when he is outside of his room
November 25, 2020

COVID-19 has drastically changed our world in just eight months. Outdoor seating, outdoor sports, mask breaks, social distancing and more have been implemented to control the virus so we can continue activities...

‘Holidate’ fervently brings viewers into the holiday spirit

Netflix’s newest release ‘Holidate,’ leaves it’s audience with a whole new view of the holidays. John Whitesell combined two of the public’s favorite things, the holidays and romantic comedies, into one spectacular feel-good movie.
November 10, 2020

“Holidate,” a film about two strangers who are fed up with being single on the holidays, was released on Oct. 28.  During this movie, you follow Sloane, a “Hot-mess singleton” who is fed up...

Jewish high holy days celebrated COVID-19 style

Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur services could not be held in person due to COVID-19. Many synagogues in Westport and across the country instead held services via livestream or Zoom. People were still able to observe the holidays from their homes without making contact with others.
October 1, 2020

Snacking on apples and honey, hanging out with family and friends, attending services and fasting looked a lot different this year when Jewish families celebrated Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur.  Due...

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