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Holiday Reading Roundup

On behalf of our staff at The Hudsucker, we wish you and your families the very best this season as you celebrate the holidays with your loved ones! May your winter sparkle with love and deliver an abundance of happiness and good cheer your way, and shine with moments of love, laughter and goodwill! Advertisements

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6 Interesting Facts You Didn’t Know About ‘It’s A Wonderful Life’

With the holidays officially here, there is no better tradition than cozying up on the couch in your comfy PJs, indulging in festive treats and cocoa, watching a film inspired by the season. But while so many movies have been released over the years specifically for the Christmas season, no film has created quite the […]

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Holiday Reading Round-Up

On behalf of our staff at The Hudsucker, we wish you and your families the very best as you celebrate this Christmas with your loved ones! May your holidays sparkle with love and deliver an abundance of happiness and good cheer your way, and shine with moments of love, laughter and goodwill!

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10 Must-See Holiday Movies

There’s something so wonderful about the holidays. Unless you’re in the shopping mall parking lot hunting down a space, people as a whole seem happier, cheerful and giving. It’s the one time of year where people from all walks of life come together and embrace mankind. Ideas of love, goodness, and faith all are rejuvenated. […]

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How Life is So ‘Wonderful’ According To Capra

Throughout the years there have been many films that have created quite an impact but none can really compare to Frank Capra’s It’s A Wonderful Life. The film isn’t really just a film. It’s more of a study in hardship, frustration, and shattered dreams that serve as a valuable life lesson through the eyes of […]

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Just Like Bedford Falls: The Jimmy Stewart Museum

There are a lot of museums on this planet and I have always been a big fan of them since I was a kid. Growing up I was in love with the dinosaur exhibits and still am because there’s something so honestly amazing about a dinosaur; especially the dinosaurs with huge bodies and those tiny […]

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