Give Patch your opinion on this weighty topic.
Wiki.answers.com says to ask any question, so Patch did, asking when Christmas decorations should come down. The answer? By Jan. 6. The date signifies the 12th day after Christmas and is Three Kings Day or the Epiphany. The Epiphany is a “feast day that celebrates God the son, as the human Jesus Christ,” the website states. Another answer on the site: whenever you feel like it. So tell us what you think by voting in this week's poll and giving us your comments.
Tinsel appeared in stores before Halloween; a warm weekend prompted residents to put up holiday lights.
"Santa Baby" is blaring from the radio; stores festooned their aisles with Christmas decorations weeks ago, and homeowners are proudly displaying their red and green holiday lights. It must be...the first half of November? A nighttime drive through Niles showed some confusion, with some homes still flicking on their orange Halloween lights, while others draped red and green twinklers from the tallest pines on the property. Meanwhile, at least one store, Nordstrom, is touting the fact that it's savoring autumn, and will not put out so much as a shiny red ornament until the day after Thanksgiving. Does it seem like Christmas starts earlier and earlier every year? How do you feel about that? Tell us below in the comments section. And vote in …