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R.H. Macy opened his first "fancy dry goods" store in New York City in 1858. By 1924, the department store's location at Herald Square was declared the "World's Largest Store." That same year, an annual tradition started: Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. (Photo AP)
R.H. Macy opened his first "fancy dry goods" store in New York City in 1858. By 1924, the department store's location at Herald Square was declared the "World's Largest Store." That same year, an annual tradition started: Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. (Photo AP) « Show less

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  • Go ahead, slurp that noodle

    Go ahead, slurp that noodle
    I admonish my children when they slurp their meals, but my rule of dinner-table decorum was tested when my daughter joined me at Slurping Turtle, which celebrates the art of loudly, sloppily sucking lunch into your maw. "It's not rude at all," insisted...
  • NYC: It's the most wonderful town this time of year

    For a day or a weekend sparkling with the season's spirit, there's no topping the Big Apple, with a twinkling Norway spruce towering over the ice-skating rink at Rockefeller Center, storytelling department store windows and the breathtaking Santaland....
  • Small Wonders: He's not here to make friends

    Editor's note: While Patrick Caneday takes some time off, we’re running some of his choices for re-publication. This column was first published May 15, 2010. Each Saturday morning I open the local newspaper and am shocked to see my scraggly,...
  • Saturday's Calendar

    SATURDAY It's Snowing in Orange County Torelli Realty hosts its annual holiday "Snow Land" event, featuring 40 tons of real snow, from 9 a.m. to noon at Balearic Park, 1975 Balearic Drive, Costa Mesa. Nutcracker for Kids The Pacific Symphony and...
  • Have an 'L' of a good holiday

    Have an 'L' of a good holiday
    It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas transit. Shopping bags are filling train seats, and buses are crawling along high-traffic shopping corridors. To keep you in good cheer, Going Public has devised a December transit road map so you can have happy...
  • Florida enters wacky 'War on Christmas'

    Florida enters wacky 'War on Christmas'
    It's been about a decade since the so-called "War on Christmas" began. Obviously, Christmas has been ruined ever since. Yes, ever since people and stores started saying things like "Happy Holidays" instead of "Merry Christmas," true Christmas-lovers...
  • Macy's security guard accused of perfume theft

    Police say a Glendale man used his position as a security guard at the Macy’s in Eagle Rock to steal pricey perfumes and jewelry, using a specially altered jacket to conceal the stolen goods, officials said Monday. Ruben Reynoso, 33, was arrested...
  • Man fatally shot near Nordstrom at Towson Town Center

    Man fatally shot near Nordstrom at Towson Town Center
    As shoppers made last-minute stops before Christmas at the Towson Town Center Monday night, a body lay under a sheet outside Nordstrom. A man was fatally shot about 6:22 p.m. on a parking lot sidewalk outside a service entrance to the department store,...
  • Employees set their own deep-discount prices at Macy's

    What a bargain! Just in time for the holdays, too. Everything was $5. Vasthi Marseille and Marline Santelus, two Boca Raton Macy's employees, allegedly selected about $1,000 worth of merchandise that they marked down to $5 apiece while working,...
  • Former accidental tourist to Chicago now works to bring more people into the Loop

    Former accidental tourist to Chicago now works to bring more people into the Loop
    Life's unexpected detours aren't always a bad thing. Just ask Ty Tabing. The man behind the rebirth of State Street fell in love with Chicago two decades ago when a cross-country road trip gone bad left him stranded in the Windy City for three weeks with...
  • Bells won't be ringing

    NEWPORT BEACH — Last-minute shoppers at Fashion Island won't be hearing a familiar sound of Christmas. That's because the Salvation Army workers and their red kettles, stationed outside of Bloomingdale's and Macy's, have agreed to a request not...