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TV holiday joy means 'Wonderful Life,' Reba, romance, Santa – Norfolk Daily News

LOS ANGELES (AP) — In need of a jolt of holiday joy? Or a comforting share of romance or silliness or spirituality?

Television has you covered. There are classic old movies (“It’s a Wonderful Life”) and a sleigh full of new wannabes; Christmas carols galore; the majesty of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir; and, for New Year’s Eve homebodies, Manhattan’s Times Square ball drop among the possibilities.

Here are some of the highlights to consider (all times EST):

— “The Christmas Chronicles,” streaming now on Netflix. A scheme by a

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Madison task force finalizes report calling out inequity in local music, entertainment – Madison.com

A city of Madison task force has finalized a 34-page report describing a local music and entertainment landscape marred by racism and inequity, with recommendations that the city make major changes in policing, venue licensing processes, arts programming and transportation.

Leaders of the  say they will introduce the group’s report to the City Council at a meeting next Tuesday after 14 months of work. The document asserts that artists of color, “especially within the community of Hip-Hop,” don’t have equal access to Madison’s performance spaces and opportunities, and must grapple with negative perceptions in the community.

“This lack of equity leads

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Third Harrison Twp. adult entertainment club loses liquor license – Dayton Daily News

HARRISON TWP. — 

The Living Room, a Harrison Twp. adult entertainment business, had its liquor license revoked Friday, after an investigation into improper conduct, food stamp, and drug trafficking, according to the Ohio Investigative Unit. 

The business is the third adult entertainment club to lose its liquor permit in Montgomery County this year, according to investigators. 

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The investigation into the club at 3830 North Dixie Drive started in July 2017. Despite the ruling, the club will be permitted to serve alcohol until the end of business Dec. 20.

“During an investigation, agents witnessed criminal and administrative violations, including improper contact

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