Thanksgiving Day Crushes Black Friday

Thanksgiving Day Crushes Black Friday

Thanksgiving Day shopping gives Black Friday a run for its money.  Some people feel that “Black Friday,” which comes the day after Thanksgiving and is the traditional day when the holiday shopping season kicks off, is in fact, the polar opposite of the spirit of giving thanks, and too often brings out the worst in […]

Thanksgiving Day: Then and Now [Video]

Thanksgiving Day: Then and Now [Video]

November 1621, was when the very first Thanksgiving dinner took place after the Pilgrims came to America. Today, the tradition of a holiday meal continues but for very different reasons. On Nov. 24, 2016, many American’s decided to celebrate the traditional annual holiday with a large turkey dinner, spending time with family, and watching football. In 1621, the first settlers were […]

Politics Should Not Ruin Thanksgiving Dinner

Politics Should Not Ruin Thanksgiving Dinner

The 2016 presidential election has left the country more divided than ever. As many continue to celebrate Donald Trump’s victory, others are fighting their way through the five stages of grief surrounding Hillary Clinton’s defeat and President Obama’s departure. As much as some would wish otherwise, many of the wars that have stormed social media […]

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