Leave it to Frank Picozzi to make the computerized digital light show that converts his home into a Christmas attraction even bigger and better this year. Pixels now adorn almost every inch of his home at 75 Gristmill Ave. in the Hoxsie section of the city. This year’s show, lasting more than an hour, goes live on Black Friday. The display runs Sunday through Thursday from 5:30 to 9 p.m. and on Friday and Saturday until 10 p.m. The show is free and there’s a donation box for The Tomorrow Fund. Santa visits every Saturday in December. As he has done for the holidays, Picozzi will also mount a pixel tree in his flatbed for visits to Hasbro Children’s Hospital and its Good Night Lights program.
(Warwick Beacon photo)