Dec 13, 2016
Episode 21 - The "Yule Log" - New York's Christmas Morning Favorite
YES! We are getting closer to Christmas Day and Stephanie is getting more and more excited. In this episode Stephanie explains a New York Christmas tradition...the "Yule Log" that aired 4 hours on WPIX Channel 11 every Christmas morning.
If you don't know about this regional favorite...well...you are not alone. Stephanie goes into what, where, why and how the "Yule Log" actually began and why New Yorker's love it so much. There's so much to love in this Christmas tradition. Yes there is!
*Special Note - Stephanie also wants to give some musicians who play great Christmas music a voice, if you will, on these Christmas episodes. They are so fantastic and rightly deserve recognition. That is why on the past few episodes there has been Christmas music from some wonderful musicians found on http://freemusicarchive.org
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So go now and grab your slippers, your favorite hot beverage and cozy up to this episode about the "Yule Log". Then on Christmas Day turn on the tube or computer and stare dreamily into the fiery embers.
You'll thank Stephanie later.
Remember the Christmas Contest! Questions are found in episode 20.
You must answer all three of the questions that are in this episode correctly (the answers can be found in past holiday episodes) AND write a review on iTunes to be eligible to win one of the three prizes in our RANDOM drawing. Please submit your answers to the questions and the name you used for the iTunes review BY DEC. 23, 2016 to our email address: email@example.com
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