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Black Friday (shopping)

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  • Gas Price Free Fall Continues

     
    Gas prices have declined for eight weeks in a row, giving motorists a savings bonus just in time for the holiday shopping season and reaching the lowest level for this time of year in nearly five years. The AAA Daily......
  • Orland Park braces for holiday shoppers

    Orland Park braces for holiday shoppers
    Orland Park retailers and police are preparing for the annual holiday shopping rush that kicks off Thanksgiving evening. "The shopping season brings literally tens of thousands of people to Orland Park, and our goal is to make it a safe, pleasant...
  • Wal-Mart workers plan Black Friday protests for higher pay

    Wal-Mart workers plan Black Friday protests for higher pay
    Wal-Mart workers and their supporters plan to launch protests at stores across the country on Black Friday to push for higher wages and better working conditions for employees. Organizers say rallies and marches will occur at 1,600 Wal-Mart locations on...
  • From the Boathouse: Enjoy blue ocean on Black Friday

    Ahoy! Next week is Thanksgiving, which means it is time once again to cut your docklines and flee to the water to avoid the fanatical holiday shoppers on Black Friday. Although Black Friday is not the busiest time of the year for retailers, it does...
  • Holiday spirit stops off at Spectrum

    With the holiday season upon us and Orange County temperatures dropping below 70 degrees, shoppers at the Irvine Spectrum Center have multiple options for warming up to the festive spirit. Beyond retailing and dining out, visitors can slide around a slab...
  • Schmich: We're entering the season of stuff

     Schmich: We're entering the season of stuff
    I wanted that yellow coat the way you might want an oxygen mask when the plane is going down. This was several years ago, on a cold and gray Chicago day when assorted worries were pecking at my mind. The minute I saw the coat in the shop window I knew...
  • Virginia likely secures London's job with rout of Miami

    CHARLOTTESVILLE – During preseason practice, Virginia receiver Canaan Severin made a circus, one-handed catch on a seam route. Those type of plays, Severin told graduate assistant coach Clint Sintim that day, are ones you want to save for a game....
  • Cyber Monday just another busy day among many to area merchants

    Cyber Monday just another busy day among many to area merchants
    Two years ago, Victoria Wilen ramped up online sales for her Kernel Encore popcorn shop with a colorful website and social-media strategy. The effort paid off. The Orlando company now ships popcorn across the country, even to Iceland and England. It's...
  • L.A. drivers to face nation's worst traffic on day before Thanksgiving

    L.A. drivers to face nation's worst traffic on day before Thanksgiving
    Angelenos will face the worst traffic in the country on the Wednesday before Thanksgiving, with trips in the region projected to take 36% longer than average, a new report finds. Los Angeles tops the list of the nation’s most-congested cities this...
  • Retailers get ready for a brighter holiday season

    Retailers get ready for a brighter holiday season
    Consumers may be thinking more about buying candy for Halloween than gifts for the holidays right now, but food-themed tree ornaments already sprout from a display at Sur La Table in Towson Town Center. The glass ornaments — chocolate-covered...
  • Shopping Thursday? Here's Thanksgiving make-ahead-meal tips

    Shopping Thursday? Here's Thanksgiving make-ahead-meal tips
    With stores carving into Thanksgiving traditions with early openings on Nov. 27, the pressure may be on to get meals onto tables early to allow for shopping. You don't need to have a fast feast, though. South Florida chef and caterer Lenore Nolan-Ryan...