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Bedtime bonanza: West Seneca Alternative Learning Center students paid a visit to International School (P.S. 45) on Tuesday to present the books they earned for the youngsters by collecting pajamas as part of Scholastic's Great Bedtime Story Pajama Drive. At left, student Sarah Reichert, 17, reads to first-grade students. Above, from left, Brittany Keuker, 16, Nikole Kenefick, 17, and Amy Rush, 17, show the students some of the pajamas they collected for the program. Another photo on Page B1.

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Packed in like sardines: Empty spaces are at a premium Tuesday in the parking lot of the Walden Galleria in Cheektowaga as close-to-last-minute Christmas shoppers take advantage of the few days they have left.

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Community feast: Keith Yates enjoys a holiday meal Tuesday during the Christmas Community Dinner in the Buffalo City Mission.

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Shining a light: Suki Smith participates in a prayer Tuesday to remember those who have died this year because they were homeless. A vigil was held on Paderewski Street in Buffalo. Another photo on Page B2.

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All the right moves: Motivational speaker, hip-hop artist and Buffalo native Tee Nyce -- also known as Terrance Warren -- took the stage at Niagara Falls High School for a program that focused on avoiding gang violence. Student Terrance Davis was one of the students who joined the rapper on stage to dance Tuesday.

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