Roman Atwood is up to his pranking for the sake of good again. This time, he and his buddy found some sleeping homeless people and left them a Christmas tree with presents to wake up to. Truly, a Christmas miracle when they open their eyes...
What started with a wrong number published in a newspaper ad for Sears in the mid 1950's has turned into a Herculean effort to keep kids advised of the Jolly Old Elf's whereabouts around the world.
Since 1955 NORAD has tracked Santa on his trip around the world. Wit...
Meet Ken Jones. He's just some guy working hard through the holidays driving the familiar big, brown truck. And, while Santa delivers toys using his sleigh, UPS delivers almost all of the rest of the goodies to all. Some may even believe that Santa works incognito as a UPS deliveryman to make sure all of your goods. Here's Ken Jones singing how Santa could be your UPS man.
I love Christmas, it is by far my most favorite Holiday of the year. One of the best things about the holiday for me, is the joy in the eyes of children at even the thought of Santa Claus. How would you like for your kids to get a letter from Santa?
Bah, humbug! A Canadian Grinch ruined the annual holiday parade for dozens of children last Saturday. The intoxicated 24-year-old man, who hailed from Kingston, was arrested after police received a complaint. Parents informed authorities that this jerk ruined Christmas for their youngsters by walking up and down the parade lines and telling them that Santa Claus doesn't exist.
If anyone is going to get a lumps of coal in his or her stocking this year, it’s Martha Nicholas. The Virginian woman was arrested Wednesday for bilking kind-hearted people out of money by falsely claiming she had cancer. Nicholas, 42, duped even her husband and children along the way, claimed she was a four-time cancer patient and participated in multiple cancer fundraisers
The bright lights, loud music and long lines can often keep autistic kids from engaging in a holiday ritual many children enjoy: an annual visit with Santa.
So one mall opened early last Sunday morning for some low-key “sensitive Santa” time.