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Blade II and Fried Rice

Christmas Eve for those who have nowhere else to be

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The teenage girls at a homeless shelter in New York’s Hell’s Kitchen call Janice Erlbaum “bead lady” because she always shows up armed with jewelry-making supplies.

For Janice, though, the craft lessons are just a pretext. She’s got other reasons for being there, especially on Christmas Eve.

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Man “Your place or mine?” Woman “Both. You go to yours and I’ll go to mine.”

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Blade II and Fried Rice

Christmas Eve for those who have nowhere else to be

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