2009 Thanksgiving Day parade in Philadelphia. Photo | AP/Matt Rourke

Philly’s Thanksgiving Parade Is a Turkey, but Our Block Parties Rock. Here’s a Better Idea.

The nation’s oldest Thanksgiving parade is right around the corner, and as is tradition this time of year, the eyes of the nation will be […]


GOOD CAUSE ALERT: Buy a Pie and Feed a Family on Thanksgiving Day

MANNA — the local nonprofit that prepares and delivers meals to patients with life-threatening diseases like cancer and HIV/AIDS — has rolled out its annual […]


Macy’s Will Open Thanksgiving, Breaking With Tradition

Philadelphia Business Journal reports Macy’s will be open at 8 p.m. on Thanksgiving night, breaking a 155-year tradition for the company. “But opening on such […]

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To Do: Gluten-Free Thanksgiving Sides Workshop at Greensgrow Farms

It’s not easy following a gluten-free diet, but it’s especially difficult doing so during the holiday season. If you’re feeling a tad daunted by the […]

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This Year, Thanksgiving Is Ruined For Millions Of Jews

I’m really annoyed with God. Of course this isn’t the first time. God has let me down tons of times over my life.  He lets […]


Critic Risks Life, Reviews His Mother’s Thanksgiving

“The stuffing, really, was the only dish that didn’t quite take flight. And though I was reminded over and again how my mother had broken […]


VIDEO: Recap of the Vetri/Garces Turkey Bowl

Tired of Stuart Scott catch phrases? Then Johnny Goodtimes’ food related puns will be a relief. Check out the Foobooz TV recap of the Thanksgiving […]


Check Out What Bars & Restaurants Are Open This Evening #OpeninPHL

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Happy Thanksgiving Everyone

“As God as my witness, I thought turkeys could fly.”– Arthur Carlson, WKRP in Cincinnati


Philly Chefs Offer Turkey Cooking Advice

Looking for some turkey cooking advice that goes beyond Butterball Turkey Talk-Line, 1-800-BUTTERBALL? Here are the best pieces of advice from top Philadelphia chefs including […]


Coming Out at Thanksgiving

For many in the LGBT community, heading home for Thanksgiving means a lot more than turkey and all the fixings. As many as 55 percent […]


Twas the Night Before Thanksgiving and All the Bars Were Packed

The night before Thanksgiving is widely reported as being the biggest bar night of the year and many Philadelphia bars are hosting special events. Check […]


Vetri and Garces Set for Gridiron Showdown

Thanksgiving football games have long been a tradition of local high schools but this Thursday morning will be the latest chapter in another rivalry. Employees […]


Need a Gluten Free Beer with Your Turkey?

The Bottle Shop at Local 44 is all stocked up on gluten-free beer for Thanksgiving. Ask one of the helpful stafffers if you’re in the […]


Mardi Gras Float Maker Invades Our Parade; Mummers Prepare Counterattack

One Barry Kern, the purported “king of Mardi Gras,” has apparently been invited to build six of the 14 floats for this year’s 6ABC Dunkin’ […]