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استراتيجية الفوركس Friday,’ Dec. 11 – In a rare big-screen viewing opportunity, the independent Brattle Theatre in Cambridge screens the 1946 holiday classic ‘It’s a Wonderful Life.’ In the movie, George Bailey (played by Jimmy Stewart), a despairing and depressed businessman, is given a look at what his life in his town would have been like if he had never existed. The price of admission includes what the Brattle’s website describes as a ‘special Winter Indulgence gift.’ Enticing, isn’t it? 40 Brattle St., Cambridge; 4 p.m.; $15; 617-876-6837.

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فوركس التداول الآلى Sunday,’ Dec. 13 – Need a holiday gift for someone not-so-mainstream? The 6th annual Sowa Holiday Market features over 80 arts and crafts vendors selling handmade jewelry, handbags, silk-screened T-shirts and pottery. It’s held at the Cathedral High School Gymnasium, located in Boston’s trendy Sowa arts and media district, which is at the center of even more original holiday gift venues. 74 Union Park St.; 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; $5; 800-403-8305.

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اسهم البنك بلاد شراء Monday, Dec. 14 – While 3-D movies have become fairly common, the 3-D concert movie is a bit more of a rarity. Opening Dec. 11 and coming to Boston this week is the Dave Matthews Band movie ‘Larger Than Life.’ The movie features performances from the Austin City Limits music festival along with musicians Ben Harper at All Points West and Gogol Bordello at Lollapalooza. It will be in theaters only until Dec. 17. AMC Loews, 175 Tremont St.; various showtimes; $12; 617-423-5801.

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here Wednesday, Dec. 16 – An interdisciplinary art exhibit that showcases images of commuters on mass-transit in over a dozen countries and cities, including Boston, ends this week in Jamaica Plain. ‘Riders on the Train,’ at the Axiom Center for New and Experimental Media, ends Dec. 19 so there is still time to check it out. The Axiom Gallery, which is always free, is appropriately located off the Green Street T stop on the Orange Line. 141 Green St.; 6 to 9 p.m. Free; 617-676-5904.

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