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Thanksgiving Day Parade in NYC brings festive mood to areas smashed by Superstorm Sandy
The annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade kicked off in New York on Thursday, putting a festive mood in the air in a city still coping with the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy.

The American harvest holiday came as portions of the Northeast still were reeling from Sandy’s havoc, and volunteers planned to serve thousands of turkey dinners to people it left homeless or struggling. (Reuters)

Twenty injured after woman pepper sprays L.A. Black Friday shoppers in act of ‘competitive shopping’Twenty people, including children, received minor injuries after a  woman reportedly pepper sprayed other shoppers at a Los Angeles-area  Walmart store on Thursday as late-night Black Friday sales began in the  United States and Canada.
Calling it an act of “competitive shopping,” a fire captain told the Los Angeles Times the woman had intentionally taken the pepper spray with her to the  department store in Porter Ranch to get the edge on her fellow shoppers.
She used the pepper spray in several areas of the store, Los Angeles Fire Capt. James Carson told the Times.
At least seven of the shoppers were  receiving medical care; areas of the store were reportedly evacuated  after the incident. Victims reported irritation of the skin, eye and  throat. (Photo by Sandy Huffaker/Getty Images)

Twenty injured after woman pepper sprays L.A. Black Friday shoppers in act of ‘competitive shopping’
Twenty people, including children, received minor injuries after a woman reportedly pepper sprayed other shoppers at a Los Angeles-area Walmart store on Thursday as late-night Black Friday sales began in the United States and Canada.

Calling it an act of “competitive shopping,” a fire captain told the Los Angeles Times the woman had intentionally taken the pepper spray with her to the department store in Porter Ranch to get the edge on her fellow shoppers.

She used the pepper spray in several areas of the store, Los Angeles Fire Capt. James Carson told the Times.

At least seven of the shoppers were receiving medical care; areas of the store were reportedly evacuated after the incident. Victims reported irritation of the skin, eye and throat. (Photo by Sandy Huffaker/Getty Images)

Black Friday 2011: Canada shoppers buy into U.S. Thanksgiving discount culture 
Stores in Canada being forced to drop their prices for the U.S.  Thanksgiving holidays as shoppers here increasingly look south for Black  Friday bargains. Black Friday is the day after Thanksgiving in the United States and  marks the unofficial start to the holiday shopping season there.

Black Friday 2011: Canada shoppers buy into U.S. Thanksgiving discount culture

Stores in Canada being forced to drop their prices for the U.S. Thanksgiving holidays as shoppers here increasingly look south for Black Friday bargains. Black Friday is the day after Thanksgiving in the United States and marks the unofficial start to the holiday shopping season there.

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Are you ready for some football?Baltimore Ravens cheerleaders perform a stunt during a game in Maryland. Photo: REUTERS/Larry Downing

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Are you ready for some football?
Baltimore Ravens cheerleaders perform a stunt during a game in Maryland. Photo: REUTERS/Larry Downing

Canada vs. U.S.A.: Thanksgiving’s cross-border belliesIt would have been nice if Sir Martin Frobisher, the British explorer who inaugurated our pious tradition of thanks after harvest in 1578, had thought to leave a menu plan.Because when your household and extended family are “Canadimerican,” Thanksgiving becomes condimental, rather than sentimental. It’s a battle for the ages: Canadian grated Brussels sprouts with bacon vs. American cornbread with goopy cranberry sauce. Mushroom stuffing vs. bread crumbs. Sensible roasted garlic potatoes vs. mushy sweet potatoes encrusted with caramelized brown sugar and pecans, a casserole more sweet than savoury. (Illustration by Steve Murray)

Canada vs. U.S.A.: Thanksgiving’s cross-border bellies
It would have been nice if Sir Martin Frobisher, the British explorer who inaugurated our pious tradition of thanks after harvest in 1578, had thought to leave a menu plan.

Because when your household and extended family are “Canadimerican,” Thanksgiving becomes condimental, rather than sentimental. It’s a battle for the ages: Canadian grated Brussels sprouts with bacon vs. American cornbread with goopy cranberry sauce. Mushroom stuffing vs. bread crumbs. Sensible roasted garlic potatoes vs. mushy sweet potatoes encrusted with caramelized brown sugar and pecans, a casserole more sweet than savoury. (Illustration by Steve Murray)

Your complete visual shopping list for ThanksgivingIn the mood for something new? Try Bonnie Stern’s Nordic Thanksgiving  recipes below! They are interesting twists on classic dishes. In the  mood for the traditional turkey-stuffing-mashed potatoes lineup instead?  Click here to find Bonnie’s guide to the bird, sides and all the usual fixings.To our U.S. friends, we celebrate Thanksgiving in October (Oct. 10 this year), so you’ll just have to favourite this later.

Your complete visual shopping list for Thanksgiving
In the mood for something new? Try Bonnie Stern’s Nordic Thanksgiving recipes below! They are interesting twists on classic dishes. In the mood for the traditional turkey-stuffing-mashed potatoes lineup instead? Click here to find Bonnie’s guide to the bird, sides and all the usual fixings.

To our U.S. friends, we celebrate Thanksgiving in October (Oct. 10 this year), so you’ll just have to favourite this later.