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Black Friday (shopping)

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  • Black Friday shopping quieter as Thanksgiving deals reel in more shoppers

    Black Friday shopping quieter as Thanksgiving deals reel in more shoppers
    The early-morning bargain-hunting frenzy that once marked the start of holiday shopping on Black Friday has gone the way of the dinosaur. With many stores opening on Thanksgiving in an ever-intensifying retail arms race with each other and online...
  • Holiday shoppers spring into action

    Holiday shoppers spring into action
    Sisters Kim and Karla Duenas of Tinley Park said they started their holiday shopping at 1 a.m. on Black Friday. About eight hours later, Kim, 21, and Karla, 14, were resting up in easy chairs at a sitting area inside the Orland Square Mall, weary but...
  • Marchers protesting Ferguson temporarily shut down St. Louis mall

    ST. LOUIS More than 100 protesters marched loudly through the St. Louis Galleria at midday Friday and then moved to West County Center for another demonstration. The march through the Galleria in Richmond Heights led to a closing of the mall for more...
  • Bargain hunters seek deals on Black Friday

    Bargain hunters seek deals on Black Friday
    Central Florida holiday shoppers prowled the aisles for deals at malls and big-box stores as the Thanksgiving weekend retail frenzy started slow Friday but stretched into a busy day two. Stores didn't see the daybreak crowds that were once a hallmark...
  • Savvy Shoppers Say 'Black Friday' Less Chaotic; Deals Still Abound

    Savvy Shoppers Say 'Black Friday' Less Chaotic; Deals Still Abound
    The Target store in New Britain had been open for 12 hours as dawn broke, and the crowds normally associated with Black Friday had already subsided — or, perhaps, as one shopper suggested, were just taking a breather. "This is like the lull,"...
  • Fighting back against Black Friday's intrusion

    Fighting back against Black Friday's intrusion
    The Times' letter writers regularly challenge the status quo and offer up new ideas for addressing complicated problems. But when it comes to major holidays, change isn't typically something they believe in. On Christmas, Memorial Day and the 4th of...
  • Bay Area train service restored after Ferguson protest shutdown

    Bay Area train service restored after Ferguson protest shutdown
    Train service was restored hours after protesters demonstrating against the Ferguson, Mo. grand jury decision shut down Bay Area Rapid Transit system Friday by chaining themselves to trains in Oakland. The protest started about 10:30 a.m. when 15 to...
  • Looking for the best deals at the Glendale Galleria

    Looking for the best deals at the Glendale Galleria
    Thousands of deal seekers flocked to the Glendale Galleria on Thursday as Black Friday once again encroached on Thanksgiving with many stores opening as early as dinnertime. JCPenney was the first to open its doors at 5 p.m., followed by Macy’s and...
  • Pre-holiday snow arrives like unwelcome dinner guest

    Pre-holiday snow arrives like unwelcome dinner guest
    For those looking to cram Thursday with turkey-coma-induced couch surfing, Mother Nature has left you something to be thankful for. Depending upon your proximity to windows, you might have noticed a massive storm dumped generous helpings of what...
  • Millennials are expected to dominate Thanksgiving and Black Friday shopping

    Millennials are expected to dominate Thanksgiving and Black Friday shopping
    Christine McCoy plans to shop on Thanksgiving evening and wake up at 5 a.m. on Black Friday to hit the stores again with a couple of friends. The 23-year-old Baltimore resident said she will likely go to Target, Wal-Mart and Towson Town Center to score...
  • My Word: Recognize nonprofits' good work

    My Word: Recognize nonprofits' good work
    Thanksgiving is a wonderful holiday, in part, because we slow down long enough to consider and express gratitude for all that is good in our lives. It also launches us into the season of giving. Can you imagine Florida without nonprofits? Imagine if...