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With so many traditions on hold today because of the coronavirus, we return once more to Dick Feagler’s Christmas at Aunt Ida’s

With so many traditions on hold today because of the coronavirus, we return once more to Dick Feagler’s Christmas at Aunt Ida’s
In this year of non-stop upheaval, when we can't maintain many of our holiday traditions, we think our readers will find comfort in another reading of the late Dick Feagler's most popular column, Christmas at Aunt Ida's. Feagler died in 2018, but we regularly get requests to reprint his column, which he first published in The Plain Dealer in 1993. This is the version that appeared on our front page a quarter century ago, on Dec. 25, 1995.

In this year of non-stop upheaval, when we can’t maintain many of our holiday traditions, we think our readers will find comfort in another reading of the late Dick Feagler’s most popular column, Christmas at Aunt Ida’s.CLEVELAND -- On Christmas night when I was a kid, we all went over to my Aunt Ida’s house - an old house in the old neighborhood .Let’s go to my Aunt Ida’s house.The house wasn’t far from the steel mills, and the fallout from the mills made the dirt in Aunt Ida’s yard black and rich.

My Aunt Ida had great luck with flowers.And my Aunt Ida’s.

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