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  • Beer can pole competes with Nativity scene

    Beer can pole competes with Nativity scene
    In 2012, a blogger and atheist with a sense of humor decided to express his disdain for religious holiday displays: He erected an 8-foot-tall pole made out of 23 Pabst Blue Ribbon beer cans next to a Nativity scene and menorah on public property in Deerfield Beach
  • Sony's 'Seinfeld' promo takes over Tumblr for Festivus

    Sony's 'Seinfeld' promo takes over Tumblr for Festivus
    In non-hacking news: Sony Pictures Television has sponsored the first-ever takeover of Yahoo's Tumblr, celebrating the allegedly fictional holiday of Festivus from Jerry Seinfeld's classic sitcom "Seinfeld." The studio's meta-campaign centers on the...

    Festivus pole returns to Florida Capitol as protest to nativity scene

    Festivus pole returns to Florida Capitol as protest to nativity scene
    TALLAHASSEE — A 6-foot-tall stack of empty Pabst Blue Ribbon cans, built to mark the sitcom-inspired Festivus holiday, returned to the Florida Capitol on Monday for a second year. The pole, created by Deerfield Beach political blogger Chaz...

    Ban displays at Capitol, close door to absurdities: Editorial

    Ban displays at Capitol, close door to absurdities: Editorial
    In law, the devil is in the details. And soon, the devil will be just down the hall from Gov. Rick Scott's office in the Florida Capitol as part of the state's annual Christmas holiday display. Thanks to the U.S. Constitution, nothing now says "Happy...

    Satanic Temple display approved for Florida Capitol

    Satanic Temple display approved for Florida Capitol
    TALLAHASSEE — Unlike last year, a Satanic Temple display will be officially welcome inside Florida's Capitol during the holiday season. And Festivus, a non-commercial festival "for the rest of us," will be back as a 6-foot stack of empty beer...