As we approach the Darkest Night of the Year, Keythe Farley ruminates on how our holiday traditions encourage us to defy the darkness by lighting up-- our homes, public squares, menorahs, Christmas trees and kinaras.
Ray Chase and Julia McIlvaine play two sweet slackers who dream up new holiday traditions while they watch Charlie Brown on TV.
Matt Almos takes us on a trip to The Worst Mall in the World.
In the Dinner and a Movie segment, Keythe pairs a classic holiday movie with a recipe you've probably never tried.
John Ballinger and Double Batch Daddy put a punk spin on “Deck the Halls,” sing protest songs with Keythe and perform a sweet cover of “Celebrate Me Home.”
As always, Live from the Lounge is an invitation To Learn. To Love. To Lounge.
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