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A Christmas ‘tail’–or, how Brutus got his yummy Noche Buena

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In the old Yuletide tale, the storytelling goes this way: “’Twas the night before Christmas, and all through the house, not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse.” Well, in our story today, there are lots of mice to be found scrounging around—and even a cat, constantly and frantically chasing after them!

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Niko and Flash go missing at Noche Buena

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Niko was no fun anymore. He didn’t want to play tug or fetch or even chase after the cat. All he wanted to do was sleep and have his tummy scratched once in a while. He was a lazy, old dog—so lazy he couldn’t even be bothered to lift his head when Dad brought home a new puppy and the twins nearly burst everyone’s eardrums with their shrieks.

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Viewers reminisce about TV shows they miss

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EVANGELISTA. Made “Y Speak” stimulating.

Do you have a favorite local TV program that’s been canceled? Shows are often pulled, but that doesn’t mean they don’t have fans—here are some local TV programs that some viewers would love to see back on the air again.

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Soderbergh’s drama explores the world of male strippers

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CHANNING Tatum. Photo by RUBEN NEPALES

Channing Tatum himself said it best—“Women go to male strip clubs to watch their friends’ faces turn red and to have a night of camaraderie with their girlfriends.” This seems to apply to women who go to watch a movie about male strippers, as well, judging by the delighted shrieks of female viewers at a recent screening of “Magic Mike.”

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Cynthia Alexander moves to Seattle

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ALEXANDER. Says goodbye—for now.

for now, anyway. After holding a string of farewell concerts dubbed the Send-off Series across the metro in the second half of June, the singer/songwriter is now in Seattle, her new home base.

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