Something strange happened when I watched “A Charlie Brown Christmas” with my cat Tuna.
An exhibition on view at Detroit’s Henry Ford Museum features 7,000 Christmas ornaments, from the traditionally festive to the deeply bizarre.
This year’s Christmas stamp is titled “Virgin and Child” and features a painting from the first half of the 16th century, attributed to an unidentified Florentine artist.
Abolitionist cartoonist Thomas Nast had a big role in manufacturing the US version of the Christmas patriarch.
With American Christmas, Danelle Manthey presents elaborate decorative traditions as a form of folk art, but one can’t help but help but wonder if White Christmas might be a more accurate title for her project.
From an animation by Richard Williams to George C. Scott as Scrooge to the Muppets, there are countless variations on Charles Dickens’s classic.
If the proposal passes, yule be sorry if you go overboard with colorful lights or Santa displays in the Dutch city.
May we all be as merry as that boozy child.
In Happiest Season, Kristen Stewart stars in a Clea Duvall-directed story about a woman head over heels with another who won’t come out.
Hong Kong protesters are remixing the Christmas card tradition under the #freehkxmascard hashtag and decorating cards with memes and slogans from the ongoing movement.
From Minimalist to De Stijl.
In the lead-up to Christmas, Nitehawk in Williamsburg is screening Silent Night, Deadly Night (1984), a controversial and beloved slasher film about a murderous Santa.