Review: Disney’s The Little Mermaid At The Walnut Street Theatre

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The Walnut Street Theatre continues its 213th season with the breathtaking Broadway hit for all ages, Disney’s The Little Mermaid. Directed by Glenn Casale and choreographed by John MacInnis, the production began previews on November 16, 2021, opened November 24, and continues through January 2, 2022 on the Walnut’s Mainstage. I was fortunate enough to attend opening night. Read on for more information about The Little Mermaid and my thoughts on the show.

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Review — Steve Perry: The Season

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I love Christmas, and I love Steve Perry. Therefore, when I heard that the golden-voiced singer was releasing a Christmas album, I was ecstatic. Let’s dive into The Season, Steve Perry’s first full-length foray into timeless Christmas classics.

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Target Christmas Catalog (2021)

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The Target Christmas catalog is here! I went to Target today and came upon this holiday gift guide, so let’s take a look inside. Below is a video showing you all 75 pages, which are filled with a diverse array of gifts that will make anyone happy.

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Amazon 2021 Holiday Gift Guide

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Amazon has started sending out its 2021 Holiday Gift Guide. I received mine nearly two months before Christmas. What’s inside? Watch my video below to find out.

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Shudder December Highlights

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November has only just begun, yet Shudder released its programming for December. Can you believe it?! December is right around the corner. I’m sure most of us are happy to see 2020 come to an end. If you want to do so in style, read on for the horror offerings from Shudder in December.

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Amazon 2020 Joy Delivered Wish Book

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Last year, Amazon released its first-ever physical holiday catalog. The internet behemoth is back at it again this year with the 2020 Joy Delivered Holiday Wish Book. So, is it any good? Watch my video review below to find out.

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Shudder December Highlights

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Thanksgiving is almost here, which means December is right around the corner. With a new month on the horizon, Shudder is gearing up to end the year strong with a bevy of holiday gifts for one and all. Joe Bob’s Red Christmas and several of Wes Craven’s films—including the highly entertaining Shocker—will be available, as will The Lost Boys and Mick Garris’ Sleepwalkers. And what would Christmas be without some holiday-themed slashers? You can enjoy Black ChristmasChristmas Evil, and Silent Night, Deadly Night Part 2, just to name a few. Below is the full rundown of what to expect from Shudder in December.

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Jonathan Cain Releases “Wonder of Wonders” and “Something Greater”

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Journey’s Jonathan Cain recently released two new singles, one of which is a brand-new, original Christmas song entitled “Wonder of Wonders.” The second song, “Something Greater,” coincides with the release of Cain’s wife’s book of the same name.

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Dionne Warwick Releases New Christmas Album

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Dionne Warwick, my favorite female vocalist, is back with her second Christmas album, which is appropriately titled Dionne Warwick & The Voices of Christmas. This collection of 12 songs is comprised of 10 duets and two solo tracks by Dionne that begin and conclude the album. I positively adored Dionne’s first Christmas album, My Favorite Time of The Year, when it was released in 2004 and it was a day-one purchase for me. Dionne Warwick & The Voices of Christmas is an excellent follow-up holiday album that features Dionne tackling songs she’s never recorded before, as well as approaching ones she has from a new angle. As for those she sings with, you can expect to hear Johnny Mathis, Aloe Blacc, Michael McDonald, and others. All of the arrangements are slickly produced with the vocalists front-and-center in the mix, as they should be, making for a highly enjoyable early Christmas present.

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