On the Wednesday morning before Thanksgiving, my wife, two kids, and I prepared to drive from St. Paul, Minnesota, to Omaha, Nebraska. We were all so eager to resume a family tradition that we had missed in last year's terrible winter. As we packed our suitcases, chose snacks for the road, and filled coolers with pumpkin and pecan pie, two different kinds of cranberry sauce, and a vat of my wife's famous mashed potatoes, life felt comfortingly normal. [Source]
Jimmy Kimmel talked about his "mildly frightening" Thanksgiving on his show Monday, telling his viewers that, well, he burned off his body hair and hairline while trying to light an outdoor pizza oven.
A stray bullet struck and killed a 25-year-old man who was eating Thanksgiving dinner with his family in Norristown, Pennsylvania, the Montgomery County District Attorney's Office said in a news release.