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Why some European kids are good all year
If you happen to step out of a shop or restaurant in Salzburg, Austria, during the holiday season and find the street has been taken over by large, furry, goat-like creatures with bloody fangs and rattling rusty chains and ringing cow bells, you might think that you've descended into the ninth circle of Dante's Inferno.
By Eric Vohr, Special to Tribune Newspapers
January 8, 2014