Talking about Thanksgiving often brings to mind images of home and family gathered around a table overflowing with good food. However, some students at local colleges won’t be making the trip home, and for some of them, this will be their first celebration of the American holiday.
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Turkey day is tomorrow, immediately followed by shop ‘til you drop to fill that gift list, Christmas and holiday shindigs, and everything else the season entails. Texomaland is ready, too, with all kinds of things to do this week and weekend to officially kick off the fun.
WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama will meet with the leaders of China and India on the opening day of talks in Paris to reach an international climate agreement, a symbolic gesture that the White House says underscores the commitment of the world’s largest emitters of greenhouse gases to tackle rising global temperatures.
Author Stephen Birmingham wrote approximately 30 books, almost all of which were about the super-wealthy. And he had a good time doing so.
AKRON, Ohio — As he did last fall Dr. John Learner has gathered seeds at his home for an experiment that will bloom next summer in the garden behind his dental office in Cuyahoga Falls.
HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif. — Eddie Brennan is all charged up. The hyper 4-year-old, who is autistic, has already charged through a puddle, and writhes as his nanny struggles to remove his shoes and socks.
Cooking a Thanksgiving feast can turn a home cook into an air traffic controller of sorts.
Deck the walls with flat screen TVs, fa la la la la la la la la! Pay TV and network freebies, fa la la la la la la la la! Christmas is here, on television anyway. Here’s what caught my eye this week:
UNIVERSITY PARK — There’s nothing like a good story.
Two years ago, Plano set out to make an annual music festival that wouldn’t rival the likes of the highly popular Coachella and Austin City Limits, but could maybe bring North Texas a bit closer to doing so.