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Topic - Tony Muia
Tony Muia was born and raised in Brooklyn and always loved the Christmas lights of Dyker Heights, an Italian-American neighborhood where proud locals cover their homes in twinkling bulbs and fill their front yards with life-size Santas and Nativity scenes.
Mr. Muia also tells inside stories as he walks along: This mansion was built by a car dealer for his daughter; that homeowner died of cancer and his wife does the lights up in his honor; and this one's married to a Jewish woman, so all the lights are blue instead of more traditional Christmas colors like red, green or gold.