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Palestine Benefit Concert supports local families through art, music
Cadence Cardona, Staff Reporter • July 14, 2024
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HOW THE GRINCH STOLE CHRISTMAS

The green and (sometimes) mean Grinch has a plan to steal Christmas from the cheery citizens of Whoville, but plans begin to go awry when he befriends a Who.

THE NIGHTMARE BEFORE CHRISTMAS

Halloweentown’s pumpkin king Jack Skellington is in a rut. Tired of the monotony of Halloween, he seeks something different and may have found the answer in the warm colorful land of Christmastown.

FROZEN

When the kingdom of Arendelle is faced with a seemingly never ending winter, unlikely friends must find a way to save their home before it’s too late.

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