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Heavy Security In Place For Macy's Annual Parade
The Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade stepped off Thursday with soaring balloons and high-stepping bands as police went all-out to secure it in a year marked by attacks on outdoor gathering spots.
Where To Find The Best Black Friday Deals
America's top retailers are gearing up for the biggest shopping weekend of the year.
Photos: Men Accused Of Sexual Misconduct In Wake Of Harvey Weinstein Scandal
Here are many of the notable entertainment figures and politicians who have had sexual misconduct accusations leveled at them since the Harvey Weinstein scandal broke last month.
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Westbrook’s 34 Points Lead Thunder Past Warriors, 108-91
Russell Westbrook scored a season-high 34 points and added 10 rebounds and nine assists to help the Oklahoma City Thunder roll past the Golden State Warriors, 108-91.
Curry Leads Durant-Less Warriors Over Nets
Stephen Curry had season highs with 39 points and 11 rebounds, and the Golden State Warriors held on after he fouled out to beat the Brooklyn Nets 118-111 on Sunday night.
Disappointing Raiders Fire Defensive Coordinator Ken Norton Jr.
The disappointing Oakland Raiders announced Tuesday they have relieved Ken Norton, Jr. of his duties as defensive coordinator.
Raiders, Mayor Defend Lynch's Anthem Protest After Trump Twitter Attack
Marshawn Lynch came under Twitter attack from President Trump when he sat during the national anthem in Mexico Sunday. Now, he is getting support from his fellow Raiders and Oakland's mayor for his decision.
5 Non-Traditional Dishes To Serve At Thanksgiving
The tried-and-true turkey, mashed potatoes, gravy and pie may never get old, but that’s no reason to be afraid to mix it up a bit this year.
6 Healthy Thanksgiving Recipes From Big City Chefs
A trio of big city chefs have created a menu of delicious recipes for this year's healthy holiday meal.
Local Heavy Psych Explorers Celebrate New Album
With a history dating back to the early 2000s, San Francisco glam/psych/stoner-rock group Turn Me On Dead Man celebrates the release of its latest effort 'Heavymetal Mothership' with a show at Bender's in San Francisco featuring support from local vets Phantom Power.
Robotic Metal Band Marks 20th Anniversary At Thee Parkside
One of SF's most compelling combinations of furious metal and snarky, self-deprecating humor, mechanical death metal outfit Captured! By Robots celebrates two decades of maniacal comedic mayhem at Thee Parkside Saturday night.
Best Upcoming Pet Adoption Events In San Francisco
Pet adoptions in San Francisco center on available dogs, with cats also offered for adoption at several rescue shelters...
PHOTOS: Katy Perry Delivers Pop Spectacle In San Jose
PHOTOS: Pop star Katy Perry played songs from her latest album 'Witness' at the SAP Center in San Jose with Canadian electronic duo Purity Ring opening the show.
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Best Offbeat Holiday Destinations In America
A quick look at five of the most magical and most rewarding destinations to visit during the holidays
5 Historical Places To Spend Thanksgiving Weekend
Instead of the usual spots, consider any of these often overlooked historical places to visit over the Thanksgiving weekend
America's Best Thanksgiving Day Parades
For nearly 100 years, a Thanksgiving Day parade has been as much an American holiday tradition as turkey on the table.
Top 5 Winter Travel Tips
Five valuable tips to help make your winter travel a safer and more pleasant experience.
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Salon Owner Shares His Skills With Cancer Survivors
It's not easy to feel you look your best during chemotherapy. But salon owner and stylist Stephan Wakefield is changing that for Bay Area cancer survivors.
Volunteers Run Woodworking Program For Los Altos School
Very few schools today give students a chance to take a woodworking class. But at one small school in the Bay Area, every eighth grader looks forward to the time when they can pick up a block of wood, and make something with their own two hands. It's all thanks to this week's Jefferson Award winners.
Social Worker Provides Teddy Bear Comfort To Traumatized Children
For more than three decades, a San Francisco social worker has distributed 200,000 teddy bears to kids facing all types of trauma, everything from abuse and neglect to the ravages of war.
Bay Area Mom Inspired By Son's Disability Promotes Special Needs Kids' Rights
When her son was diagnosed with a disability, a Bay Area woman found a way not only to help her son, but also help many other children with disabilities.
Oakland Entrepreneur Pays Forward Mentoring She Received On Her Way Up
An East Bay woman who reaped the benefits of having been mentored as a teen has now made it her mission to encourage and inspire girls through her own mentoring.
Former Teacher Brings Stress-Busting Yoga Programs To Bay Area Classrooms
A former Bay Area teacher who discovered yoga as a way to overcome stress is now getting students to practice yoga to perform better in school.
Non-Profit Matches Donated Items With Those In Need
This week's Jefferson Award winner runs a small non-profit that's helping people who need just a little to make a big difference.
Volunteer Group Grants Little Wishes To Hospitalized Children
When a neighbor said she wanted to help chronically ill children who were stuck in the hospital, this week's Jefferson Award winner jumped in to help. She's not a doctor or nurse, but she found a way to use her own expertise to make a difference.
Little Gifts Inspire Big Dreams For At-Risk Girls
This week's Jefferson Award winner is inspiring women and girls to believe in themselves -- and it starts with a simple gift and a special message.
Project Grants Wishes For Bay Area Seniors
Knowing that a simple act of kindness can change a person's life inspired this week's Jefferson Award winner to help low-income Bay Area seniors realize their dreams.
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