As the holiday approaches, many are thinking of giving back. There are hundreds of opportunities in the D.C. region to volunteer.
If you're planning to hit the roads for the Thanksgiving holiday, Mother Nature is not going to make it an easy ride. But you'll have plenty of other people stuck in traffic with whom you can commiserate.
As you scour the ads and coupons, looking for big discounts at the stores for Black Friday, keep in mind that those so-called savings are mostly mirages.
Rather than adding another point of stress to daily life, local dietitian says it's the perfect time of year to slow down and be thankful.
Dr. Oz, The Daily Dose
At MedStar's National Rehabilitation Hospital, patients practice daily skills to regain their independence.
Before hitting the Black Friday sales, shoppers should consider a few things -- like what to wear and where to park which could keep them safer.
Hundreds of volunteers to serve Thanksgiving meal to about 5,000 needy DC residents
Butterball CEO on frozen birds, why Turkey Talk Line hired men for first time
Thanksgiving is one of the busiest travel seasons of the year and as wintry weather approaches the region, many people may be worried weather will impede their flights home.
Dr. Katy Nelson, veterinarian and Dr. Pawz
Dress to impress when meeting a significant other's family. Here are some tips on what to wear and what to avoid.
From picking the right size, to thawing, brining and roasting, Alexis Davies breaks-down the holiday bird.
Retailers expect shoppers to spend only if they are able to get big discounts
Many shoppers buy their Thanksgiving turkey frozen, but more and more people prefer a fresh one. If that includes you, be careful not to buy that bird too soon - one to two days before you plan on cooking it is the maximum, according to the USDA.
The weekend before Thanksgiving brings more Metro track work plus some local parades. But road work will begin to ease ahead of the holiday travel rush.
Scott Greenberg, syndicated wine columnist
The SHARE Food Network which is part of Catholic Charities of the Washington Archdiocese is providing the fixings to prepare a Thanksgiving Dinner for eight for as little as $20.
Picking a wine or a beer to go with dinner should be just as easy as picking out a turkey from the grocery store; you just need to know how much.
Triple A forecasts slightly few Thanksgiving holiday travelers in Virginia, lower pump prices
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