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    ANDY CARROLL has scored on his first Championship start for Reading. The 32-year-old put the Royals 2-1 up against Swansea after the Championship strugglers had gone a goal down just three minutes into the game. 3Carroll's goal was his first for his new clubCredit: Huw Evans 3He started off with a rowing celebration on his ownCredit: Colorsport 3Carroll was then joined by the rest of his Reading team-matesCredit: Colorsport Carroll expertly took down a Danny Drinkwater long ball over the top into his stride before holding off the challenge of on loan Liverpool defender Rhys Williams. Carroll, also formerly of Liverpool, then cut inside onto his left foot and fired a low effort past Ben Hamer in the Swansea goal. He proceeded to celebrate by grabbing the corner flag out the ground and sitting down with his team-mates behind him, using the flagstick as a fake oar to imitate rowing. It's his first start for the Berkshire club since signing on a TWO-MONTH contract earlier this month. MORE TO FOLLOW LatestLOCKDOWN TERROR 1 shot...
    Dean McDermott was seemingly absent from wife Tori Spelling's Thanksgiving celebration. Spelling, 48, shared a photo from the holiday of her and her two daughters. McDermott, 55, was neither in the photo nor mentioned in the caption. Dean McDermott was notably absent from Tori Spelling's Thanksgiving day social media post. (Paul Archuleta/FilmMagic via Getty Images) "Three empowered females cooking, cheering, and chatting," Spelling captioned the photo. "Making sweet potato casserole, drinking cranberry mimosas {mine with champagne and theirs sparkling apple juice}, and watching a holiday rom-com on @stella_mcdermott08 laptop." "Grateful for my family … stay safe and love hard on the ones you love. xoxo," she added. TORI SPELLING'S HUSBAND DEAN MCDERMOTT ABSENT FROM FAMILY CHRISTMAS CARD PHOTO A representative for McDermott did not immediately respond to Fox News' request for comment. McDermott's noted absence from the Thanksgiving holiday celebration follows his absence from the family's Christmas card. Spelling shared a sneak peak at the holiday card days ahead of Thanksgiving. Spelling and McDermott have been dodging divorce rumors since March, after the "Beverly Hills, 90210" actress was spotted...
    An Indiana man was charged Thursday after he stabbed another guest at a Thanksgiving celebration, according to local reports and police records. FLORIDA MAN CHARGED IN DEATH OF A PENNSYLVANIA WOMAN WHOSE REMAINS WERE FOUND UNDERWATER Brett Rowans, 34, of Evansville, allegedly knifed the man in the back in front of other horrified guests after the two began arguing, police told 14News. Brett Rowans, 34, allegedly stabbed another man at a Thanksgiving celebration. (Vanderburgh County Sheriff's Office) Rowans' girlfriend tried to intervene, and he allegedly threatened to kill her, according to the outlet. Meanwhile, the host was busy preparing the Turkey for the doomed holiday meal. Thanksgiving turkey. (iStock) Rowans had already fled when police arrived a little after 2:45 p.m. He was arrested at his home, where he denied stabbing the man. It wasn't clear what the argument was over.  CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP He spent the remainder of Thanksgiving locked up on charges of intimidation and battery committed with a deadly weapon, court records show. He was held on $750 bond, according...
    Watch Part 2 Watch The Conclusion NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — While most of us spend the night before Thanksgiving prepping for the big feast, the people at Macy’s spend it on the Upper West Side, inflating the balloons that will fly down the parade route. CBS2’s Jessica Moore and Lonnie Quinn were there Wednesday night to welcome back the tradition, which was canceled last year due to the pandemic. This year, the parade will feature six new balloons, including Ada Twist the Scientist, Baby Yoda and Pikachu and Eevee. One float is making history this year. The “Celebration Gator” is the longest float to ever go down the parade route. The colorful reptile is 60 feet from mouth to tail and is a tribute to the culture of Louisiana. The float will also feature a familiar face — Jon Batiste, the bandleader from “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” on CBS2. Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade Balloon Inflation Celebration Returns On Upper West Side Macy’s Getting Ready For Its Annual Thanksgiving Day Parade; CBS2 Gets A Sneak Peek...
    THANKSGIVING 2021 celebrations are getting the meme treatment as Americans across the nation are joking about gathering with their families for the holiday. Many people have started celebrating the annual holiday— which is usually commemorated with large plates of traditional food, watching the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, and spending time with loved ones — by sharing hilarious memes. 8Hilarious memes are being shared across the internetCredit: Twitter 8Many people are celebrating Thanksgiving with funny meme's like thisCredit: Twitter 8This meme features Spiderman's Tobey Maguire and a crying Kirsten DunstCredit: Twitter For people who may not be celebrating the holiday with family or friends, one Twitter user tweeted: "Alone for #Thanksgiving this year? "Stop by Fort Cattis tomorrow for a virtual visit! I have polls, trivia, memes, etc. cooking up in the oven right now. (That may be why the smoke alarm is going off…) #Thanksgiving2021#CatsOfTwitter." Alongside the tweet is a drawing of a cat appearing to lick its lips as it stands over a cooked turkey at a dinner table. One funny meme, shared by Twitter user OnlyinIdaho, shows a...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — The Upper West Side will be packed with onlookers Wednesday as they try to get a glimpse of the giant balloons for the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. The inflation celebration will be open to the public from noon to 6 p.m. at 72nd Street and Columbus Avenue. Gusts must provide proof of vaccination and a photo ID. READ MORE: As Holiday Travel Picks Up Again, Lawmakers Call For COVID Restrictions For Domestic FlightsWATCH: Macy’s Parade Executive Producer On What To Expect This Year  READ MORE: Tri-State Area Airports Already Bustling With Thanksgiving Travelers; Experts Say Pack Your PatienceCBS2’s got a sneak peek earlier this month when some of the balloons were inflated at Citi Field. The performers are also getting ready for the big parade. Macy’s tweeted a video of the Rockettes practicing on 34th Street. Here's a sneak peek at the @rockettes #MacysParade performance! ????‍♀️♀ Who’s getting excited for Thursday?! pic.twitter.com/rlVu7c0KIo — Macy's (@Macys) November 24, 2021 MORE NEWS: Bergen County NAACP, Rep. Gottheimer Organize Turkey Giveaway In Teaneck To Help Those In NeedIf...
              moreby Alexa Schwerha   Two University of Oregon alumni spearheaded an hour-long discussion Thursday titled “Thanks, But No Thanks-giving: Decolonizing an American Holiday.” The event description promoted the virtual workshop as a discussion about how we can “continue to show gratitude while raising our critical consciousness and identifying ways to decolonize the holiday.” “The main messages are that of gratitude, food, and family; however, Thanksgiving is, foundationally speaking, a celebration of the ongoing genocide against native peoples and cultures across the globe,” the description reads. Alumna and activist Dakota Maccoll and Native American Liaison University Counselor Jorney Baldwin, a university Native American Liaison, led the conversation, which began with the playing of the University of Oregon Land Acknowledgement. During the presentation, attendees were encouraged to reflect upon their own experiences with Thanksgiving, and how they can “Indigenize” the holiday. “I’ve begun healing from Thanksgiving by going into the woods and camping, harvesting, meditating, and reading,” one participant said. Maccoll recounted her own holiday plans, detailing her intent to observe the National Day of Mourning by visiting Alcatraz. The presentation also discussed colonialism and...
    PUEBLO, Colo. (CBS4) — It appears the Grinch struck early this year — someone stole a car in Pueblo that had all the groceries for one family’s entire Thanksgiving dinner inside. Police later found the car, but everything for the holiday meal was gone. However, members of the community made sure this story had a happy ending. “Pueblo Police officers and Walmart pulled together to help this family have a great Thanksgiving!” the Pueblo Police Department wrote on Facebook. Walmart donated a complete Thanksgiving feast for the family — and police officers provided Christmas gifts for the five young children. (credit: Pueblo Police) The grateful mom, Jocelyn Tilley, expressed her gratitude. “Thank you Pueblo PD! Every single officer I had contact with today was so nice and really made Thanksgiving possible for my family this year,” Tilley wrote on Facebook. “You have truly blessed us.” “I am proud to live in a city where the community can come together and help out a family who was the victim of a criminal’s extremely poor choices,” Tilley added. “Thank you Northside Walmart and...
    LITTLE People, Big World stars Tori and Zach Roloff held an early Thanksgiving celebration and new parents Audrey and Jeremy Roloff were noticeably absent from the festivities. Tori, 30, posted Instagram Stories from their Friendsgiving gathering. 5Zach and Tori Roloff held a Friendsgiving gatheringCredit: Instagram / Tori Roloff 5They invited several friends over, but did not include Audrey and Jeremy RoloffCredit: Instagram / Tori Roloff The couple appeared to have several guests at the event. Not among them, however, was Zach's brother Jeremy Roloff, his wife Audrey, and their three children. Rumors are swirling that pregnant Tori and Audrey, who just welcomed a baby boy earlier this month, are feuding. Her absence from the gathering has only fueled speculation among fans. Tori didn't address Audrey and Jeremy's absence from the event, instead posting videos of her, Zach and their guests playing games and sharing drinks. One clip showed Zach holding a phone on his forehead as guests provided clues about the word on the screen. Most read in CelebrityMEET THE SHUMPERTS Get to know Teyana Taylor's...
    Despite the sad news of her husband's passing, Dench and Hinton decided to reunite for Thanksgiving 2020 regardless of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, and opted to hold an outdoor celebration outside of Dench's home. "I can't even explain how much joy I had, having good food with my favorite company," she said at the time. "We laughed, we had a great time, we reminisced about the past. It was so good for all of us." She continued, "At first it was sad. We had a photo of Lonnie at the table with a candle lit, and we were all shaky in the beginning but it lasted five minutes before we were back to ourselves. We just told jokes and stories and shared our memories of Lonnie, so it was amazing." Valley pair that went viral for accidental Thanksgiving invite preparing for 6th celebration www.youtube.com
    MOONACHIE, New Jersey (WABC) -- With less than 10 days before the 95th annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, the celebration is trying to open up in ways it couldn't last year due to the pandemic.The warehouse in Moonachie, New Jersey looks as intriguing and interesting as Willy Wonka's factory."These are hand sculpted, drivable stages," Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade Executive Producer Will Coss said.They are intricate works of art created by a team of carpenters, engineers, painters, electricians and then some.There are six newcomers who will glide along the 2.5-mile route in New York City during the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.A total of 28 floats will wow the in-person crowd.RELATED | Vaccinated families can 'feel good' about gathering for holidays, Fauci saysEMBED More News Videos Fauci warned that cases are still high, so people should wear masks when they're out and about in the community and around groups of people in indoor settings. Last year due to the pandemic, folks watched a scaled down version from home.Not so this time. Everyone is pulling out all the stops."From size, scale, spectacle to...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade is back this year, after a scaled back celebration in 2020. Ahead of the big day, organizers are offering up new details about the lineup of floats and balloons that will make their way on the parade route. READ MORE: Cupcakes Sold In N.Y. And N.J. Recalled Because They May Contain Tiny Pieces Of MetalBaby Yoda will be among the balloons making their debut this year. READ MORE: New York City Mayoral Candidates Eric Adams, Curtis Sliwa Hit The Polls As Campaigns Wind DownThere will also be live performances by Carrie Underwood, and the casts of Broadway’s “Moulin Rouge,” “Six,” and “Wicked.” This will be Macy’s 95th Thanksgiving Day Parade. MORE NEWS: New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy Looks To Hold Off Challenger Jack CiattarelliFor more information, click here.
    The Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade is returning to the streets of New York City for its 95th celebration after being curtailed last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Macy's made the announcement on Wednesday, Sept. 8, saying the parade will be delight crowds once again on Thursday, Nov. 25 beginning at 9 a.m. This year's parade will feature the signature mix of giant character helium balloons, fantastic floats, marching bands, performance groups, celebrities, clowns, and the one-and-only Santa Claus, Macy's said. “We are thrilled to welcome back in its full form the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, a world-renowned celebration that ushers in the magic of being in New York City during the holiday season,” said New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio.  To once again safely produce the celebration, Macy’s partnered closely with the city and state officials to create an event production plan that would ensure health and safety practices are aligned with current CDC guidelines. For its participants and staff, Macy’s will put in place several health and safety procedures across all areas of the production, including vaccines...
    NEW YORK CITY (WABC) -- The Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade is back this year, with precautions.The City of New York and Macy's made the announcement about the parade's return on Wednesday.This is the parade's 95th year!Last year's celebration was made for tv only, but this year's parade will include spectators and march on the streets of Manhattan on Thursday, November 25th beginning at 9:00 a.m. On Thanksgiving Day.The spectacle will once again delight New York City spectators and a national television audience with its signature mix of giant character helium balloons, fantastic floats, marching bands, performance groups, celebrities, clowns, and the one-and-only Santa Claus."Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade has been a New York City institution for more than nine decades, growing to become an icon of American pop culture as it annually marks the official start of the holiday season," said Will Coss, Executive Producer of Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. "For our 95th celebration, we are delighted to return this cherished holiday tradition closer to its original form as we march down the streets of New York City and into the...
    Cardi B responded to backlash Sunday over her Thanksgiving celebrations where she appeared to host a large gathering amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Over the weekend, the 28-year-old rapper tweeted, “12 kids and 25 adults over the holidays. It was lit !!” which ignited commentary from followers as public health officials urged Americans to limit their Thanksgiving festivities to a small number of people as coronavirus cases continue to rise. Cardi claimed she wasn’t trying to offend anyone with her holiday celebration. “Sorry my bad wasn’t trying to make nobody feel bad.I just had my family in my home for the first time and it felt so good & uplifted me .I spent soo much money getting every1 tested but it felt worth it.I wasnt trying to offend no1,” she tweeted Sunday afternoon. Cardi, who previously posted photos Thursday of her Thanksgiving Day with 2-year-old daughter Kulture, also replied to a fan who addressed COVID testing. “ME specially and everyone that works around me get tested literally 4 times a week.Im In the middle of work and Everytime we clock...
    CELEBRITIES have not let the tough year that has been 2020 stop them from giving thanks and helping others. From Hollywood heavyweights Arnold Schwarzenegger to reality queens such as, Leah Messer, the stars are making sure that they are spending quality time with their families on Thanksgiving. 13Arnold Schwarzenegger asked his fans what they were doing to give back on ThanksgivingCredit: Instagram Arnie shared a video of himself sitting in front of a decadent 24 pound cooked turkey, complete with an impressive glass handled carving knife sticking out of it. The Terminator star reminded his fans there are many people in difficult situations who cannot afford food, let alone a luscious Turkey dinner. He asked his fans: "What do you do to give back during the holidays?" "Be thankful, be safe, and if you’re able, give back. Every year, I donate 500 turkeys in East LA to the Hollenbeck Center. This year I couldn’t be there in person to celebrate together, but I sent the turkeys," Arnie wrote on Instagram. 13He revealed he donates 500 turkeys every year to the...
    ABC Carson Kressley and Julia Rae co-host 6abc's Dunkin' Thanksgiving Day Celebration If the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade isn’t your cup of tea, Philadelphia has one that features its own lineup of impressive stars. Here’s the information about watching a live stream online, plus the hosts, performers lineup, and more.The Live StreamWatch a LIVE Bird’s Eye View of the 100th 6abc Dunkin’ Thanksgiving Day ParadeThe 6abc Dunkin' Thanksgiving Day Parade is known for having something for everyone – featuring 23 marching bands from across the nation, 15 balloons, 16 floats, 30 performances, as well as fan favorites from music, stage and screen right here in Philadelphia! Watch the action from high above as the parade makes its way down…2019-11-28T17:27:53Z Viewers can stream the virtual parade celebration live on 6abc.com, the 6abc Philadelphia News App, and 6abc Connected Television Apps on Fire TV, Android TV, Apple TV, Hulu and Roku Platforms. “As Dunkin’ celebrates its 10th anniversary as the title sponsor of the 6abc Dunkin’ Thanksgiving Day Parade, our Greater Philadelphia-area franchisees are thrilled to continue being a part...
    Thanksgiving can carry on this year, despite a surge in COVID-19 infections, but for celebrations to be safe, Massachusetts and the Centers for Disease Control have some suggestions. For starters, the CDC would prefer if everyone stayed home this Thanksgiving and had virtual feasts via Zoom with friends and family. But recognizing many people are going to see their loved ones on Thanksgiving, the CDC offered advice. In a new public information blast, the Massachusetts Department of Public Health reminded Bay State residents that: - No more than 10 people can attend a private indoor party, - No more than 25 people can attend a private outdoor party, - Face coverings are required to be worn when people who live outside of the household are present and there are more than 10 people present, - Social distancing of at least 6 feet (about two arm lengths) should be observed between people except for those from the same household, - All gatherings must end and attendees dispersed by 9:30 p.m. The CDC recommends that if people are going to party, the...
    How COVID-19 May Change Your Thanksgiving Dinner 2021 Jeep Gladiator Rubicon Diesel: Review Seniors On Medicare Are Getting a Big Pay Day in 2020 Ad Microsoft Expert: “This credit card is so good I signed up personally” Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/11 SLIDES © Tetra Images - Getty Images There's no question Thanksgiving has to look different this year. As coronavirus cases reach new highs nationwide, the CDC is discouraging large group dinners, mask-less gatherings, holiday travel, and the intermingling of individuals from different households (especially indoors). In order to keep everyone safe, Americans are going to have to make some adjustments to their usual Thanksgiving plans. However, just because you might be alone, or only with immediate family members, doesn't mean the day can't be festive. Below, find a number of Thanksgiving activities that will help you celebrate the day, while also keeping yourself, and others, safe. Luckily, some of...
    US coronavirus hospitalizations hit record Tucker Carlson gives update after segment on Sidney Powell, voter fraud draws backlash Seniors On Medicare Are Getting a Big Pay Day in 2020 Ad Microsoft Expert: “This credit card is so good I signed up personally” Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/11 SLIDES © Pressmaster / Shutterstock.com Thanksgiving is usually one of the busiest travel times of the year, but that doesn’t mean everyone gets to leave town. And this year, travelers should opt not to go anywhere, heeding advice to stay home and stay safe amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Here’s how to safely hosting a Friendsgiving celebration with some close pals in honor of Turkey Day. Often scheduled for the day before or after Thanksgiving, Friendsgiving events feature great food and better company. However, they aren’t necessarily cheap. In fact, the average cost of Thanksgiving dinner for 10 — not including alcoholic beverages — will be just under $47...
    Planning for Thanksgiving during the pandemic can be tough. It’s such an important holiday for so many families but what are you supposed to do and how do you turn down that family invite for a “Friendsgiving dinner”? Before you make a decision, it’s important to figure out how to stay safe. On Nov. 11, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control & Prevention updated guidelines for holiday celebrations. The takeaway: in-person gatherings pose varying levels of risk. Long, indoor gatherings with lots of people pose more of a risk than short, outdoor shindigs with a select few. Another factor: the number and rate of COVID-19 cases in the community of celebration. In most states, up-to-date statistics on case numbers and community spread can be found on the area’s health department website – we have the latest information on ksat.com. If you opt in you’re going to want to know what you’re getting into, and some of these questions include: how frequently have you come into close contact with people outside of your household? To what extent are you wearing facial...
    After ordering a lockdown for her city, Democratic Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot on Friday defended her attendance at a mass celebration for President-elect Joe Biden, saying people “need to have relief.” “There are times when we actually do need to have relief and come together, and I felt like that was one of those times,” Lightfoot told “MSNBC Live,” noting in a video that people were wearing masks at the event. “That crowd was gathered whether I was there or not. But this has been a super hard year on everyone,” Lightfoot continued. “Everyone feels traumatized. They feel threatened for their safety. And they don’t know what tomorrow is going to bring.” (RELATED: Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot Issues New Stay-At-Home Advisory Amid Virus Surge) Lightfoot announced Thursday that Chicago residents should “cancel traditional Thanksgiving plans” in the interests of social distancing and public safety as the coronavirus continues to surge in her city and across the U.S. “With this new surge in cases, we have just got to step up and do the right thing. And I think people...
    Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot on Friday defended her decision to implement a new round of lockdown orders, just days after she joined large crowds celebrating Joe Biden's election victory, saying that sometimes people need “relief” despite her recent calls to cancel traditional Thanksgiving plans. Lightfoot was asked about critics who have scolded her for hypocrisy during an MSNBC segment that featured video of the liberal mayor in the middle of a “massive” crowd less than a week ago.  “You can see the shot here. Mask compliance in our city is actually up very, very high,” Lightfoot said. “There are times when we actually do need to have relief and come together, and I felt like that was one of those times. That crowd was gathered whether I was there or not.” CHICAGO MAYOR ISSUES NEW STAY AT HOME ORDER, OFFICIALS ADVISE RESIDENTS TO CANCEL THANKSGIVING While Lightfoot feels that Biden supporters needed a “relief,” she doesn’t think Americans who want to gather with their loved ones for Thanksgiving deserve the same privilege. Amid national spikes of coronavirus cases, the Windy City's top Democrat...
    Adobe If you've ever wanted to kick your in-laws out of the house on Thanksgiving, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says it's not only acceptable to do so, but preferred. Well, not exactly. But the CDC has updated its outlines for how to celebrate Thanksgiving safely. Of course, the safest way to eat hormone-filled birds and honor the small pox-fueled genocide of Native Americans with people you love but don't necessarily like is to not do it at all. What's the fun in that, though? After all, pie. As a response to a surge in cases linked to intimate Thanksgiving celebrations in Canada last month (to which Prime Minister Justin Trudeau responded with "This sucks. It really, really, does."), as well as a record-breaking number of COVID-19 cases in the U.S., the CDC advises taking dinner outside—if weather permits. In addition to hand-washing, mask-wearing, social distancing from those not in the same household, and limiting shouting, the CDC says one of the safest ways to celebrate is outdoors, but warns against enclosed tents. However, if a tent is being used, they suggest leaving a wall...
    Celebrating Thanksgiving safely during a pandemic is possible, although health experts know their advice is as bland as a dried turkey: Stay home. Do not travel. Get together outdoors. Due to the increase in coronavirus infections in the United States, many Americans are forgoing tradition and getting creative with a view to the celebration. For the first time in five years, nutritionist Marisa Moore, who lives in Atlanta, will not travel to South Carolina to visit her large extended family. Instead, he plans to video chat with them while cooking an apple pie for the first time at home. When it’s time for dinner, they will compare dishes. “We’ll talk all day,” Moore said. On Monday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) updated their tips for the celebration, noting that the coronavirus crisis is worsening and that small family gatherings “make a major contribution. ”To transmission. The CDC said that older adults and others at high risk of developing severe COVID-19 should avoid meetings with people who do not live with them. Experts point...
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