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Break out your mittens and dust off your wreaths—“Christmastime is here,” as the Peanuts sing in their Charlie Brown holiday special. And while many yuletide hymns are religiously inspired, some of the most hummable melodies come straight from TV specials and Christmas films that span the decades. These original songs energize last-minute shopping, assuage holiday traffic, and—when needed—drown out volatile discussions with relatives over Christmas supper. 10. “One More Sleep Til Christmas” from The Muppet...
“Welcome to St. Lydia’s. We are a dinner church that gathers each week to cook and share a sacred meal, and you are very welcome here.” The candles glow, a shruti box hums, and congregants—Lydians, as they’re called—look to Pastor Emily Scott, who offers warm benediction (and bread) toward the start of each worship. “The church was formed from hunger I was detecting when I first moved to New York,” Scott remembers. “I found that I...
“I just want to invite people into a very specific narrative of two men in a romantic relationship.” It sounds simple, watered down even, but consider the number of tales—tall, realistic, or anywhere in between—that put enamored men front and center. And if not front and center, perhaps right before you—which may be the case when experiencing the highly intimate and wildly ferocious Homos, or Everyone in America by Brooklyn-born playwright Jordan Seavey. “I don’t think...

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