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Thanksgiving

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Top Thanksgiving Articles

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  • Friday night lights at Virginia and Virginia Tech next season, but Thursday nights will be quiet

     Friday night lights at Virginia and Virginia Tech next season, but Thursday nights will be quiet
    Virginia and Virginia Tech both will welcome opponents to the Commonwealth next football season for Friday night games, but Thursday night home games for each of the programs will have to be put on hold for another season. The Atlantic Coast...
  • Archbishop Cupich emphasizes spiritual blessings at Lake Forest Thanksgiving Mass

    Archbishop Cupich emphasizes spiritual blessings at Lake Forest Thanksgiving Mass
    The Chicago Tribune Media Group's Lake Forester reports: When Blase Cupich was installed as Chicago’s ninth archbishop earlier this month, the Rev. Michael McGovern of Lake Forest’s Church of St. Mary wanted him to feel welcome — so he...
  • Florida ranked No. 7 in U.S. for green bean casserole obsession

    Florida ranked No. 7  in U.S. for green bean casserole obsession
    With 30 million green-bean casseroles set to appear on Thanksgiving tables this week, it may be no surprise that Florida, which grows a mega share of the primary ingredient, is crazy for the iconic dish. The folks at Del Monte rank Florida at No. 7 in...
  • Wines that elevate Thanksgiving leftovers

     Wines that elevate Thanksgiving leftovers
    Leftover food, especially home-cooked meals, will be much around these next two months. Some people I know cook more than they will need for however many people they're hosting for Thanksgiving dinner just so they will have buckets of leftovers. I've...
  • Hey, Pilgrims: Too bad you didn't visit Florida

    Hey, Pilgrims: Too bad you didn't visit Florida
    Thanksgiving, the homegrown American celebration of gratitude inspired by a 1621 harvest feast in Plymouth Colony, marks a rare nod on the calendar to U.S. colonial history. It's a great time to remember this nugget of historical knowledge: the number...
  • Thanksgiving dinner? Check please

    Thanksgiving dinner? Check please
    While the rest of Central Florida is searching for their giblets on Nov. 27, your date with a turkey could be as easy as driving to a local restaurant and being served. Here is a sampling of eateries open Thanksgiving Day. Many require reservations, so be...
  • Thanksgiving TV: Parades, football, dogs

    Taylor Swift may be the biggest music star in the world at the moment, but she will be working Thanksgiving (in two programs), and this year’s holiday will offer more new programming than usual. Swift will be featured on “The Thanksgiving...
  • Thanksgiving tourneys launch girls hoops

     Thanksgiving tourneys launch girls hoops
    Thanksgiving weekend's traditional fare of food, football and shopping is giving way, at least at the high school level, to girls hoops and several holiday tournaments. Naperville Central and Benet co-sponsored the annual Tip-Off Tournament, which...
  • Seven (sometimes) deadly holiday threats

    Seven (sometimes) deadly holiday threats
    Not to rain on your sunny Thanksgiving celebration, but the holiday season isn't all feasts and festivities. This is the time of year when people venture into unfamiliar territory, attempting feats and adopting behaviors that aren't normal for the other...
  • Evanston police plan extra Thanksgiving patrols

    Evanston police plan extra Thanksgiving patrols
    Evanston police will be targeting drunken drivers over the Thanksgiving holiday, officials announced. The department is participating in the statewide enforcement effort, called Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over, which runs from Nov. 17 through Nov. 30. It...
  • Try Thanksgiving without turkey

    This week, President Obama will pardon two turkeys to promote the turkey industry. Every one of us can exercise that same pardon power by choosing a Thanksgiving observance without eating turkey. It’s a most fitting way to give thanks for our life,...