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"How did it get so late so soon? It's night before it's afternoon. December is here before it's June. My goodness how the time has flewn. How did it get so late so soon?" Dr Seuss
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Good sausage. Haggis. A mutual adoration of The Rock. Bogle. Whisky. Dating. These are just a few of the subjects covered in my FIRST EVER PODCAST

*wild applause

Michael Munoz (aka The Kitchen Gaily) writes a monthly food column for W42ST. But when he’s not doing that, or writing his blog, or doing a multitude of other things, he’s the host of In Yo Mouth, a no holds barred podcast about the things we eat, from the street to the sheets.

We had a blast. We giggled a lot. I drank most of the wine. You can hear the results here.

And without further ado, happy holidays, my friends. May your days be filled with light and joy. And may all your online orders arrive on time.
TICKET GIVEAWAY
Santa's little helper here! I come bearing gifts – namely pairs of tickets to see The New Group's new show, One in Two. Three young, black, queer men are waiting to be chosen. When one of them is, he’s forced to live a new reality inside an epidemic, exploring the joys, the gags, and the truths of not being defined by his diagnosis. This new play, inspired by the playwright Donja R. Love's 10th anniversary of being HIV positive, offers an unflinching portrait of being black and queer today. I know you want those tickets. So email tickets@w42st.com before Christmas Day and I'll choose the winners at random. 
BEST LIFE CALENDAR

TODAY
Hear all the old favorites

New York Pops brings their annual holiday concert to Carnegie Hall, as jazz singer Tony DeSare and Broadway star Capathia Jenkins belt their way through ‘Santa Claus Is Comin' to Town’, ‘O Come, All Ye Faithful, ‘Jingle Bell Rock’, ‘Let it Snow’ and more. Tell me you’re not humming them already … I dare you!

TOMORROW
Make Music
There will be 13 – count ‘em! – free parades all over city, from the Jingle Train in Harlem, to hand bell-ringing in Astor Place Plaza, and a winter solstice sound walk on the High Line. Find out more. 

Meet Heike
Hell’s Kitchen designer Heike will be hosting a pop up at Maison 10 today and tomorrow, 12pm-7pm. Shop her latest looks and accessories, as well as other beautifully curated, designer-made gifts. 

Sing Hallelujah
The NY Philharmonic plays Handel’s Messiah at Lincoln Center. Fa-la-la-la find out more.

Drink champagne at Seared
It's the last weekend to see hottest Off-Broadway show this weekend. Seared is set in the heated environment of a New York City restaurant kitchen, and tonight there's a special event, complete with signed Playbill and champagne generously provided by the Pocket Bar. Woohoo! Find out more.


See Stephanie’s Child
Jan Sport, Lagoona Bloo, and Rosé have been very naughty girls this year. Join the pop princesses as they celebrate in style at The Green Room. Find out more.

SUNDAY
Happy Hanukkah
The “world’s largest menorah” – weighting in at a whopping 4,000 pounds and measuring 32 feet tall – will be lit at Grand Army Plaza, kicking off the Festival of Lights. Get a latke load of this.

WEDNESAY
Christmas Day

For anyone who feels lonely around the holidays, or who just needs to hear an uplifting message at any time of year, my friend Abby Feldman has launched a daily podcast called Hi babe. It’s basically a cheerful, inspirational voice message from your bestie. Ain’t she adorable?
 
Boot camp, baby
Yeah, it’s Christmas Day. But the fitness train doesn’t stop for Santa. So get your boot camp action at this early morning, free class and eat as much figgy pudding as you like later. Boom! Find out more. 

Michael Feinstein comes home
The ambassador of the Great American Songbook returns to 54 Below for the holidays. Songs will include ‘Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas’ and ‘White Christmas’. Find out more. (Are you humming yet?)

Have a swinging Christmas
Jim Caruso, Billy Stritch, and Klea Blackhurst play their annual holiday concert at Birdland. Find out more (and read about all they want for Christmas in this month’s issue of W42ST).

THURSDAY
Ribs & Brisket and the music of Mrs Maisel

Expect anything from Connie Francis and the Barry Sisters to Perry Como and Louie Prima, in this City Vineyard show featuring the band led by Paul Shapiro, with special guest Eleanor Reissa. Find out more.

See the Rich Medina Experience 
The international DJ, platinum-selling record producer, recording artist, and poet performs for free at Lincoln Center. Find out more.

Cage Match: Jews vs Christians
It’s the most important battle of the holiday season. Who will win? Let improv decide. 

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