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Nightline: 'tis the Season #744837

ABC Special for Wednesday, Dec 24, 2003

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A broadcast of taped segments anchored by Chris Bury (ABC), with author Calvin Trillin, Food Network host Alton Brown, cake maker Ron Ben-Israel, author/food columnist Nigella Lawson, Bob McNutt of Collin Street Bakery, Baltimore residents Jim Pollock, Bob Hosier, and Darlene Hosier, choreographer Eliot Feld, Jennifer Fisher, Isabella Tobias, and Jerimy Rivera of the School of American Ballet, Carrie Lee Riggins of New York City Ballet, Suzanne Farrell of Suzanne Farrell Ballet, and unidentified others re: Christmas traditions, including fruitcake, Christmas lights, and performances of “The Nutcracker.”


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