On the surface this week, you got two choices, members. There’s LIGHT, lots of insane, brightly-colored light, making festive the weirdo celebration that’s part Christian myth, part big fat guy lands on your roof, breaks an entering, and eats your cookies. But there’s also TWILIGHT, with the longest night in North America and the birthday of the man who gave us some of the weirdest tv ever. And though it’s easy to shove the word OR between the two, best let the Italian in you speak a little CHIAROSCURO to grasp such bold contrasts. After all, what are Santas and Saviors without Serlings and Strangeness? Suns without Equinoxes? Clarus without Obscurus? Half-assed that’s what. So whatever your holiday plans, why not “go vast as space and as timeless as infinity. It is the middle ground between light and shadow, between science and superstition.” It’ll certainly beat the holiday blues.