Vaca freshmen top River City The Reporter
Natalie Vitalie had 18 points to lead Vacaville's freshman girls basketball team past River City 42-27 at the Will C. Wood Tournament. Ashley Rehm had nine points and four steals for the Bulldogs (2-1), while teammate Alie O'Connell had nine points and three steals. Kara Mittelstadt had two points, three rebounds and two steals. Vacaville plays the host Wildcats today at 1 p.m.
Best Bets RedNova
By Jane Kwiatkowski 1. Santa Claus isn't crazy, is he? Find out at 2 p.m. Sunday as Maureen O'Hara and Natalie Wood discover the magic of "Miracle on 34th Street" on the grand screen at Shea's Performing Arts Center, 646 Main St.
So Much More Than ?Messiah?: Appreciating Handel in All Seasons New York Times
The classical-music critics of The New York Times would like to call attention to the rest of Handel's huge body of music, recommending recordings of anything but the ?Messiah.?
VISUAL AIDES The Buffalo News
Need help finding a last-minute gift? From Christmas classics to recent releases, there are plenty of holiday-flavored films getting special treatment on DVD this season.
'Miracle on 34th Street' The Oregonian
The film: This Christmas favorite that almost wasn't got a kiss-off release on May 2 (!), 1947, but audiences flocked to it, and the rest is annual holiday showings.
By teaching Jesus' message, local churches celebrate Christmas Sterling Heights Mirror
Caring for the poor, living life to its fullest, learning patience, celebrating a savior's birth and savoring the richness of holiday music all have one thing in common for local churches.
Season's viewings News Gleaner
It wouldn't be a holiday season without a full compliment of holiday movies. They are the entertainment that ushers in the season. But there are so many to choose from, even a stay at home movie fanatic would have a hard time seeing them all.
Souderton hands Quakertown first loss phillyburbs.com
SCHOOL ROUNDUP - Sophomore Monica Schmidt scored a game-high 20 points to go with 10 rebounds and three blocks as Souderton knocked off previously unbeaten Quakertown, 36-34, in non-league girls basketball action Thursday night.
Area Results Worcester Telegram & Gazette
At The Movies Honolulu Star-Bulletin
We Are Marshall Based on the true story of a tragic plane crash that decimated a West Virginia university's football program back in 1970, and how a young coach rebuilt the program and rejuvenated the spirit of the surrounding community. Matthew McConaughey and "Lost's" Matthew Fox star.
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