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New York City's Unsilent Night Holiday Tradition

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New York City's Unsilent Night Holiday Tradition

New York City's Unsilent Night Holiday Tradition

New York City's Unsilent Night Holiday Tradition

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Michelle Mercer reports from New York City about Unsilent Night, an annual event founded by composer Phil Kline that carries on the holiday tradition of caroling with a non-traditional chorus of "boom boxes."

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