The endless genius of the NFL can’t be completely quantified. But part of pro football’s popularity is burning its image in our culture and our consciousness. While baseball and basketball have their July 4 and Christmas brands, they are afterthoughts, or leftovers, compared to the NFL’s hallmark roll call.
The Dallas Cowboys and the Detroit Lions have hosted games on Thanksgiving Day for decades. Football has been played on this holiday for so many years, it is inextricably intertwined with all things Thanksgiving.
It’s all about the turkey this Thanksgiving Day but if you are the one doing the cooking, preparing that giant bird may seem a little overwhelming. However, there’s plenty of help out there including the famous Butterball Turkey Talk Line where experts stand by each holiday season to answer your ever turkey conundrum.
South Florida has come to a virtual standstill Thursday as America pauses for a day to give thanks.
In an effort to keep drunk drivers off the road over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend, the AAA Auto Club has teamed up with Bud Light for their ‘Tow to Go’ program which offers a confidential ride home and tow – both free of charge.
Once upon a time, not so long ago, Thanksgiving was a lazy, leisurely day off for feasting and football. But in 2013 there’s no time for a second helping of turkey and gravy: it’s time to shop.
It looks like Mother Nature decided to play nice over the busy Thanksgiving travel holiday.
A major storm system barreling over the mid-Atlantic and Northeast did not cause widespread flight delays or cancellations on Wednesday as originally feared.
Six-year old Makayla Sitton loved to sing. But her angelic voice was silenced four-years ago when she was murdered in a Thanksgiving day massacre at her home in Jupiter.
Dade County Sheriff Talmadge A. Buchanan is most famous for being the last elected Sheriff of Dade County. When he died 37-years ago, authorities claimed he was drunk, stumbled into a dark street, wearing dark clothing and was hit by an oncoming car.
More than two million people across Florida will hit the road this holiday weekend, according to the American Automobile Association, and law enforcement and traffic experts want to make sure they do so safely.