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It’s a Christmas miracle – or at least a really nice present. After several years of taking the week between Christmas and New Year’s off for some well-deserved R&R (aka “ripping” and “riding”), the Telegraph will be printing next week, Dec. 28.

“We decided, if we work all week, it pretty much guarantees that it will dump the entire time we are chained to our stand-up desk or out shlepping papers,” Telegraph owner Missy Votel told no one. “That’s usually the way it works. You can thank us later.”

But this doesn’t mean the Telegraph will be all work and no play. Look for our annual winter hiatus a few weeks later, on Jan. 18. We repeat (and will probably repeat it a few more times so everyone gets the memo), there will be no paper the week of Jan. 18. That means you will have to find something else to start your fires, plan your weekend or start your fire weekend.

Not to worry, we’ll be back in action Jan. 25 in time for all the groovy Snowdown shenanigans. Hopefully with a really good goggle tan and quads of steel. 

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