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Newswire: Happy holidays from The A.V. Club

24 December 2016 7:00 AM, PST | | See recent The AV Club news »

As is our tradition here at The A.V. Club‘s Newswire, we’re taking the weekend off so we can unplug, unwind, and—oh, who are we kidding? We’ll spend the weekend on our phones scrolling through Twitter, just with slightly less urgency than usual. The site as a whole will also be taking it easy this weekend, with a special look back at the pieces we were most proud of in 2016 as well as our regular Avq&A, Staff Picks, and What’s On Tonight features. This year, we’re right on time in wishing a Happy Hanukkah to our Jewish friends, a few days late in lighting a candle for the Winter Solstice, and a day early in spreading our cheeks wide and saying Merry Christmas to those of the Christian and/or consumerist faith. May your fireplaces be cozy, your egg nog strong (you’re »

- Katie Rife

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Winter Solstice Arrives Tomorrow: Blink & You’ll Miss Shortest Day Of Year

20 December 2016 12:38 PM, PST | Uinterview | See recent Uinterview news »

Get ready for the shortest day of the year tomorrow, as the winter solstice will hit the northern hemisphere at 10:44 GMT (5:44 am Est) on Dec. 21. Winter Solstice Comes To Northern Hemisphere Tomorrow The winter solstice usually occurs on this date, but the timing varies from year to year. In the northern hemisphere, people will […]

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- Hillary Luehring-Jones

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