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    Marks and Spencer’s advertisements depict Christmas as a magical and fairytale-like season. According to Patrick Bousquet-Chavanne, who is the executive director of marketing, these magical advertisements aim to represent a “moment to escape the realities of every day life” (Bousquet-Chavanne). Thus, rather than creating a sentimental advertisement that leaves a heavy thought, Marks and Spencer desires to capture the enchantment and joy during Christmas time by creating “fun and light-hearted”…

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    We start celebrating Christmas Eve by going to Church and having the last posada, as a family. When we come back from church we gather at a family members house. There we eat our traditional food, pozole, tamales, and drink ponche. As the night goes on we joke around, play games, dance, and even sing. When midnight approaches we gather everyone to get ready to open presents and welcome baby Jesus. To conclude this is how Latin America celebrates Christmas. With our traditional pozadas, and…

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    is Valery Gergiev and the stage and costumes are made by Benjamin Tyrrell. The source of the music was astonishing to listen throughout the concert. The music helps the dancers to flow within each stride of the beat is brought out. There is about thirty to forties dancers on stage. Some of the dancers, are young children’s of boys and girls, and others are adults’ dancers too. On the stage, during Christmas, they seem to be delivering a court party in a fancy house. The magician was there as…

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    instruments can be traced back to the indigenous, Europeans and African cultures. All three have greatly influenced popular music. Before the arrival of the Spaniards, the Indians used carved bones flutes, clay whistles, seashell trumpets and maracas. During the Spanish colonization and the arrival of the African slaves, several instruments were incorporated into the popular music tradition such as cuatro (a four-string small guitar), violin, guitar and drums. The Joropo: The Joropo is the…

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    Gibson’s The War on Christmas. Among the several claims he make, I considered that quote the most contradictory and interesting one of all. Gibson uses it to explain how he, a Christian, does not feel excluded while differing religious observe their own practices, but the idea of Christmas not having the “prowess” as before is threatening. Although the erasure of specific titles to Christmas artifacts (ex. Holiday/Friendship tree to replace Christmas tree, not teaching Christmas in schools,…

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    traditions is to go out and get the Christmas tree the Monday after Thanksgiving. We all go and pick out the tree that we want. It cannot be too big or too small, too fat or too skinny, it must be just right. After we find the tree, me and my brother always try to find a Charlie Brown Christmas tree. These are the twigs that have been cut off of the trees that have been sawed down. After we get our tree put on the top of our car, we go to the Dunkin’ Doughnuts by Edwards Music, and Little…

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    with my close friends and family; we have nice traditions for Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Eve/Day. Yum! I can smell the Cajun flavored turkey baking in the oven; see the cheese bubble on the fresh hot baked macaroni and cheese, the lovely smells of the pumpkin pies. Thanksgiving is here, cars pulling in the drive way, dishes clingy, chaotic noise from the children running wild and free, such…

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    When I first learned about the mid term project I did not think about what relationship I wanted to do the project on until I was talking to my roommate about home. I realized that I wanted to do my project on my mom who reminds me of home all the time. I had a hard time deciding what I wanted to do with this until I saw some of the other presentations on the first day and that is where I discovered my inspiration and that night I worked on my first art piece. This whole process was definitely a…

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    The Influence on The Christmas Carol on How the Grinch Stole Christmas A strong story can become many others. The traditional work of A Christmas Carol written by Charles Dickens is based in the 1800’s, in a town of England. The main Character Ebenezer Scrooge is an old miser who hates the Christmas celebration in the town. Scrooge is haunted by 3 ghosts, The Ghost of Christmas Past, The Ghost of Christmas Present, and The Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come. The three ghosts haunt Scrooge because…

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    The Christmas story, based off the writings and film by Jean Shepherd. The play was held at Tennessee Performing Arts Center on the 27th of November. The film “The Christmas Story” is a classic, so I chose this play to see because it was a perfect to get me in the Christmas spirit. In hallway way before the theatre, they had displayed props from the show such as the leg lamp and the pink bunny costume. These props added excitement before the show started. As we entered the theatre, Christmas…

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