Make enough cornbread stuffing for Thanksgiving to use with stuffed baked acorn squash.
Last year, various independent bookstores celebrated Cider Monday as a fun twist on the online retailing bonanza Cyber Monday. This year, some bookstores say they'll be bringing it back.
Black Friday has the potential for a bucketful of deals, but not everyone can spring for a laptop or HDTV. Luckily, some of our favorite stores are offering Black Friday spoils for absolutely nothing, meaning that everyone can join in on the fun.
Black Friday ads have expanded to include sales that sprout up throughout November. These sales may look and feel like Black Friday deals, but consumers should be wary.
As the commercial presence for the holidays creeps earlier each year, some might be tempted to write off the holidays altogether. Instead, families should take the opportunity to develop their own, unique holiday traditions.
If Black Friday eats any further into Thanksgiving Day, you might be having your dinner in the parking lot next year.With major retailers like Best Buy, Macy's and Walmart set to open at 6 pm on Thursday this year, it looks like "Black Friday Creep" is edging ever closer to absorbing Thanksgiving.
Black Friday and the rest of the holiday shopping season will be more online than ever before, according to the National Retail Federation. Over half of shoppers plan to do at least some of their Black Friday and holiday shopping online.
Black Friday has become a week-long shopping extravaganza when even seasoned bargain hunters can overspend. Here are 12 tips on what to avoid, how to prepare, and how to make the most of Black Friday.
Even the best hotels are on sale during Thanksgiving week. Typical savings for Nov. 23 are 20 to 30 percent, although some of the best hotel deals are more than 50 percent off.