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Folktale, song and poetry for the whole family.
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Grammy Award-winning artist Kathy Mattea perfoms hits from her holiday albums.
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San Francisco Ballet makes the beloved Nutcracker its own.
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State lawmakers remain in Albany, but no deficit reduction agreement in sight.
A team of animators works to recreate the 17th century world of Samuel De Champlain.
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