Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Here comes Santa Claus...and the East Bay Express Holiday Guide

By Pamela Gidwani
Wed, Nov 3, 2010 at 6:00 AM

Halloween's over (boo?)...but the cavalcade of holidays is just beginning. While it seems like some break out the tinsel, carols, and other Christmas/Hanukkah/Kwanzaa/Winter Solstice/other holiday paraphernalia earlier and earlier each year, you can set your clocks (and help hold on to your holiday sanity) with the East Bay Express' yearly Holiday Guide (check out the 2009 Holiday Guide here).

Hitting the stands on Wednesday, November 24 (tucked inside your regular issue of the Express - so handy!), our annual Holiday Guide will tackle the tough issues, like: wrapping up the year in recordings, books, DVDs, and video games. We’ll also include our annual guide to snow sports, featuring a look at what’s new at the Tahoe resorts, and much more. And of course, we’ll focus on gift-giving, with gift ideas and how-to suggestions. Finally, we’ll set you up for the holiday season, with our traditional holiday calendar.

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Don't miss out! Before you know it, it'll be 2011, and you'll be wishing for one more glass of egg nog.



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