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Thanksgiving – Being Thankful Today and Everyday

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If you are gathering with one or one hundred people today, you definitely have something for which to be grateful. Read More »

Flash Fiction: Waiting for Dad to Come Home on Thanksgiving

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On Thanksgiving Day 1969, a young boy becomes increasingly worried when his father, a New York City detective, is late for the big family dinner. Read More »

Halloween in August Is More Annoying than Spooky

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We had trouble locating back to school supllies because pumpkins, witches, and ghosts ruled the shelves. It’s enough to drive a customer batty. Read More »

It’s Beginning to Look A Lot Like Thanksgivukkah

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So this year drink your gin and tonica, play your harmonica, light you Menurkey, and eat your turkey. Oh, and watch some football if you dare. Read More »

Happy Thanksgivukkah: May Your Turkey Be Stuffed with Lots o’Latkes

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This year provides a unique opportunity to connect two already-bound holidays. The historical and religious synergy between Chanukah and Thanksgiving is undeniable. Read More »

Black Friday Comes to the UK

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Black Friday has been a recurring phenomenon in the US.. for decades, but in the last few years it has jumped the ocean and is now beginning to take hold in the UK. Read More »

Do “The Holidays” Now Extend From Halloween to Valentine’s Day?

The future seems pretty clear to me. One day we will be celebrating “Hallothankschristine’s Days” that will run from October 1 through February 14. Read More »

TV Review: Glee – “Thanksgiving”

Holidays and homecoming dominate Glee Thanksgiving, until it's time for Sectionals. Read More »

Hurricane Sandy: It Could Have Been Worse?

A loss is a loss no matter how big or small. Read More »

TV review: Glee – “Dynamic Duets”

"Dynamic Duets" feels like a great Glee episode, until one stops and thinks about the plot. Read More »