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The bus rolled out of Britton at 3 a.m. loaded with 12 women, most of whom were serious about their Black Friday shopping. At 8:14 a.m., after a handful of stops, it rolled into the IHOP parking lot in Aberdeen. A bite to eat at the last stop before...
Tags: Walmart, Holidays, Sears, IHOP Corporation, Menards
email@example.comWhile malls and shopping centers were jammed with Black Friday shoppers, the Greensburg Farm Market on Virginia Avenue was doing a brisk business in Christmas trees, wreathes and garland. “It’s a nice day, we usually get our tree right...
Tags: Holidays, Religious Festivals, Aetna Inc.
Well, Thanksgiving is over. As we sit on the couch, watching football, burping pumpkin pie, we start thinking of what Black Friday stores we will hit. That’s what Thanksgiving is about, isn’t it? Now, if you expect a diatribe about gluttony...
It's official. Final numbers on Cyber Monday online retail spending are in. Sales not only beat last year's but set an online record. Ecommerce sales on the Monday after Thankgiving reached $1.47 billion, a 17 percent jump compared with Cyber Monday...
Tags: Homes, Holidays, E-Commerce Industry, Cyber Monday
Staff WriterFor many local shoppers, conquering the chaos of Black Friday is all about strategy. Mexicali resident Omar Galbec had his game face on as early as Tuesday evening to gain a jump start on the anticipated midnight competition. “I got in line at...
Tags: Walmart, Toshiba Corporation, Holidays, Sales, Blu-ray Discs
My favorite Thanksgiving movie? "Dawn of the Dead," the 1978 George A. Romero follow-up to his zombie paean of a decade earlier, "Night of the Living Dead." Here's why. So many films from so many countries have captured the essence of festive or...
The further we're pulled into the 21st century, the further we travel from the screen comedians of the early sound era. When I was growing up, all sorts of films (great, terrible, in between) featuring the Marx Brothers, Laurel and Hardy, W.C. Fields...
When it comes to holiday shopping, Black Friday is like the Super Bowl. Winning is everything, losing hurts and all eyes are on your offense and defense. The most hardcore shoppers already have a game plan. They already have six alarm clocks set and...
Tags: Holidays, Media Industry, Cyber Monday, Social Media, Super Bowl
Capitol Ideas with John L. MicekGood Wednesday Morning, Fellow Seekers. Happy Thanksgiving Eve. With any luck, most of you will be turning your attentions away from the affairs of state today and in the general direction of food, family and holiday travel. Wherever you're headed......
Groller's CornerHappy Thanksgiving. Today marks the 32nd consecutive Thanksgiving that I'm covering a high school football game. You have your tradition, I have mine and mine is to struggle to get up early, scramble to a game and then somehow fit in a dinner either...
Theme Park Rangers - Orlando SentinelFun Spot will offer a half-price deal on its annual passes with an online-only offer on Friday, Nov. 23. The passes, which give access to the attraction's go-kart tracks and rides, will sell for $59.95 at www.funspotattractions.com. Admission to Fun Spot...
CNNNews footage of Black Friday sales, in which shoppers line up after Thanksgiving in search of steeply reduced merchandise, can resemble an episode of the classic nature show "Wild Kingdom." Shoppers wind neatly along the edges of big box stores like...
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