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Gorillas on Christmas?

Area notables share some of their favorite family traditions

Schenectady County District Attorney Robert M. Carney’s favorite Christmas memories include stockings hung from the fireplace mantle. This assembly was from a Carney family celebration during the 1960s.
Schenectady County District Attorney Robert M. Carney’s favorite Christmas memories include stockings hung from the fireplace mantle. This assembly was from a Carney family celebration during the 1960s.
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Shrimp, balls of yarn, gorilla movies and funny cards all mean the holidays are here for well-known personalities who live and visit in the Capital Region. Local celebrities were happy to share their favorite traditions for autumn and winter gatherings. Some stories may sound familiar — some may sound inspired. Assemblyman James Tedisco, R-Glenville, believes the celebration of Christ’s birth is the all-important part of Christmas. “Then there is the traditional Italian Christmas dinner of ...


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