Many homeowners deck out their rooflines and outdoor trees with lights – and their bikes – in Sacramento’s Fabulous 40s neighborhood, where entire blocks are lined with elaborate light displays, huge reindeer statues and nativity scenes.
Many homeowners deck out their rooflines and outdoor trees with lights – and their bikes – in Sacramento’s Fabulous 40s neighborhood, where entire blocks are lined with elaborate light displays, huge reindeer statues and nativity scenes. José Luis Villegas Sacramento Bee file
Many homeowners deck out their rooflines and outdoor trees with lights – and their bikes – in Sacramento’s Fabulous 40s neighborhood, where entire blocks are lined with elaborate light displays, huge reindeer statues and nativity scenes. José Luis Villegas Sacramento Bee file

Holiday displays are as old as the human need to light the winter darkness

December 23, 2015 4:01 PM

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