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Andrea Bocelli has postponed concerts due to health concerns, rescheduling Boston for Dec 20, and other cities for February 2024. He had to cancel shows, citing it was "dangerous" to sing.
Miami-Dade Mayor pardons pigs Travis and Taylor, saving them from becoming holiday meals, with the celebration at Latin Café 2000 featuring Cuban food.
Jenileigh Sawatzae, a military spouse, is crowned Mrs. United World 2024 and actively participates in charity work while promoting confidence in pageantry.
Coco Gauff is set to be the Grand Marshal at the Delray Beach Holiday Parade, a much-anticipated event featuring over 70 floats and a competitive lineup of awards.
The Houston Chronicle highlights equestrian centers in Houston, where locals enjoy horseback riding, with benefits like exercise and stress relief, catered to all skill levels.
Houston's holiday season features vibrant light displays and events, including space-themed shows at Space Center Houston, interactive lights at Texas Winter Lights, and Chinese lanterns at the Houston Botanic Garden.
The Trans-Siberian Orchestra will perform two shows in San Antonio on December 9, featuring new tracks and classic hits, alongside a dynamic stage production.
The Cube in Santa Clarita kicked off the holiday season with its annual tree lighting and previewed its "The Nightmare Before Christmas" themed ice skating show.
San Antonio celebrates Hanukkah with diverse events, including menorah lightings, community gatherings, and interfaith activities, providing a guide for locals and visitors.
Unidos' 3rd annual Noche de Fiesta in Mesquite, Texas, offers a family-friendly celebration of Hispanic culture with music, dance, and treats, plus a visit from Santa. The event on December 15 is free to the public.
The Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood, Florida, launched new gambling experiences, including sports betting, with celebrity appearances following a legal battle.
Miami Beach celebrated Hanukkah with a menorah lighting at City Hall, led by Mayor Steven Meiner and city officials, underscoring unity and support for Israel.
Adam Sandler was seen at San Antonio's Pearl complex before his stand-up show, signing autographs and playing basketball, drawing attention from locals.