A poster from Irving Berlin's "White Christmas," starring Inland Northwesterner Bing Crosby among others.
"Oh, I'm a sucker for old movies," post Tricia Jo Webster/Dually Noted blog. "Especially old Christmas movies. Super especially old Christmas movies with lots of song and dance and jazz hands. This Saturday you'll find me in my happy place — ensconced in a comfy seat at the Bing, with visions of sugar plums and sequins and the sweet sounds of the Crooner of the Century filling my head. The 7th Annual Bing Crosby Holiday Film Festival happens this Saturday, and features some of Bing's best-loved films." More here.
Other SR blogs:
- Slice: If you had an electric train set/Paul Turner
- Office Hours: 5 fave gift cards by retailer/Tom Sowa
- End Notes: Dave Brubeck has died/Rebecca Nappi
- Dually Noted: Yes, I'm a Starbucks customer/Dan Webster
- Home Depot: Thomas Jefferson's poplar forest/Cheryl-Anne Millsap
- Outdoors: Spokane makes Top 10 winter cities vacation list/Rich Landers
- Spin Control: Washington has bragging rights on same-sex marriage/Jim Camden
Question: Which Christmas movie is your favorite?