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Eating Christmas: Crescent Ballroom Hosts Robrt Pela, Kim Porter and More Valley Writers at Chow Bella's First-Ever Holiday Literary Event

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Hey, what are you doing at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, December 12?

Wrong answer. You're heading downtown to Crescent Ballroom to hear some of the Valley's best writers nosh on the holidays, in the form of "Eating Christmas" -- our first-ever Christmas/Food mash-up.

See also: -Tania Katan's Gasoline-Soaked Thanksgiving

You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll definitely get hungry -- which is why it's a good thing there will be food and drink available for purchase at Cocina 10. Admission is free, although we'd love it if you bring a canned good or two to benefit St. Mary's Food Bank.

Here's the line-up:

Cynthia Clark Harvey Elizabeth Maria Naranjo Judy Nichols Robrt Pela Sativa Peterson Kim Porter Susan Tully

Stay tuned to Chow Bella for more details.

Editor's Note: Due to a scheduling conflict, Tania Katan will be unable to make the event. But rest assured, you'll get to read her piece on Chow Bella.

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