Christina Rees and Brandon Zech talk about nativity scenes, Christmas art, and the inherent kitschiness of our beloved holiday traditions.
“If you leave a few Christmas decorations up year-round you’re tacky, but if you leave an entire house full of Christmas decorations up year-round you’re eccentric and fun.”
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