Disappearing act

Next week, you won’t see a new Telegraph on the racks, raising some serious questions. Did we shrink further, into complete nothingness? Did people come down from the Front Range to steal all our papers for firing up their stoves to get them through that crazy cold front? Or is this a Mysto the Magi trick?

Unfortunately, it’s not as cool as any of these options. The truth is, one of us is going to New Jersey to spend the holidays with very loud Italians, the other one has no idea what they’re going to do with their newfound free time. Maybe get around to organizing that drawer with all the random wires and cables.

Anyway, we’ll be back in the new year with the Jan. 5 issue. Until then, enjoy the holidays, and in the words of the late, great Leonard Cohen, “May you be surrounded by friends and family, and if this is not your lot, may the blessings find you in your solitude.”

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