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Everyone in America seems to have one item that must be on the Thanksgiving table when they sit to give thanks. For many it is a particular stuffing with crabmeat, chestnuts, or a distinctive herb like marjoram or sage. For others it is pumpkin, cranberry or pecan pie. For some it is burritos. We are a nation of divergent tastes and traditions.
Virginia made it in a top 10 list recently compiled by the Estately Blog, but it’s not something to be thankful for.
Marching bands, floats, dancers of all kinds and boy and girl scout troops made their way through the streets of Silver Spring Saturday morning for the Montgomery County Thanksgiving Parade.
Check out these five easy and affordable Thanksgiving crafts for all ages provided by Marcy Fisher, a crafting expert at Our-Kids.com—a comprehensive resource for family fun in the greater D.C. metro area.
Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley has written about what he is thankful for, as he winds down his two-terms as governor and weighs a presidential run in 2016.
The good news for Thanksgiving travelers: the price of gas is at five-year lows. The bad news: a lot more people will be on the road.
Putting together a big Thanksgiving dinner is a lot of work. Why not give yourself a break and go out instead? All of these venues are offering a fabulous Thanksgiving menu that everyone in your family will love.
The holidays are the busiest, and often most frustrating, time of year for flyers, but travelers in D.C.’s airports will soon have to deal with the same level of crowds year-round, a new report says.
After eating Thanksgiving dinner, millions of people flock to stores to save big, especially on big ticket items like televisions. But if you are just looking to shop, you should think local. These business should be on your Black Friday list.