Santa is not your Santa

The NHL announced Friday that the All-Star Game in Santa Clara, California, is not a holiday tradition.

The decision comes after the Santa Clara City Council voted 3-2 to keep the event on the schedule.

The All-Stars will play Friday at 6 p.m. in Santa Cruz, California.

“We understand the importance of this holiday tradition, but in the interest of protecting our community and the local economy, we have decided not to play this game this season,” NHL Vice President of Community and External Affairs Eric Boudreau said in a statement.

“We recognize that this decision is the result of many years of hard work and input from many stakeholders.

The city of Santa Cruz and the Los Angeles Kings, the NHL’s only team in the Pacific Division, were both opposed to the move.””

Santa Clara’s team will remain in Santa Barbara through the 2017-18 season and will return to Santa Cruz in 2019-20.”

The city of Santa Cruz and the Los Angeles Kings, the NHL’s only team in the Pacific Division, were both opposed to the move.

“It was a difficult decision for us, but the decision was the right one,” Mayor Kevin Harrington said in the statement.

“The NHL will always be the first choice for our fans and fans around the world, and we will continue to support this game to celebrate our diversity and our love of hockey.”

The Kings, who are owned by the NHL, have not played a Christmas game in the Western Conference since 1998.

How to buy $300,000 musical instruments

A man who is planning to auction off hundreds of vintage pianos, trumpet, violin, and banjo instruments for a combined price of $300 and the chance to get a job as a music teacher was arrested on suspicion of possessing counterfeit instruments and attempting to pass them off as authentic, according to the U.S. Secret Service.

In a separate development, federal prosecutors in Georgia are seeking to have former New York City police officer Joshua Johnson charged with possessing counterfeit and illegal instruments, according a press release from U. S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch.

Johnson, 31, of Brooklyn, is being held on $50,000 bail in the Southern District of Georgia.

Johnson is accused of making more than $1,000 in counterfeit instrument purchases between April and October, according the press release.

The New York Police Department has said that Johnson, who is also a former police officer, was a member of the department’s Criminal Intelligence Unit and a member and former sergeant.

He has also served as a police officer and has been suspended without pay since April for “unlawful conduct,” according to a statement from the department.

The department said Johnson was terminated for violating department policies, which prohibit officers from making false statements or engaging in conduct that would interfere with an investigation.

Johnson was placed on paid administrative leave and placed on administrative leave from the New York police force in August, according for the department, which said it will not make any further comment.

The indictment charges that Johnson obtained and maintained counterfeit instruments, as well as the use of a “suspected counterfeit instrument” to buy them.

Johnson has been on administrative duties since December, according his attorney, David S. Tompkins.

The indictment charges Johnson with attempting to sell a counterfeit instrument, and with possessing a counterfeit firearm.

Johnson faces up to five years in prison if convicted.

He is being detained at the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn.