There’s a lot more to preparing for Thanksgiving this year than figuring out who’s cooking the turkey. Celebrations in the time of COVID-19 will look and feel different — and might not happen at all.
Here’s how North Texans are planning for the holiday, with tips on food, travel and how to navigate dinner-table conversations in a politically divided time.
It’s easy to avoid people who don’t share the same political beliefs as you — except when it’s the holiday season, and those people are family members. Here are seven tips for a peaceful Thanksgiving with your politically divided family.
Dallas County is encouraging residents to celebrate the holidays only with those who live under the same roof. Here’s what local officials suggest for a safer Thanksgiving.
So you’re interested in a virtual Thanksgiving? Here are five ways to create meaningful moments with family and friends.
Many of us are planning smaller holiday meals amid the pandemic. Celebrate and stay safe with these guidelines and fun recipes.
Dozens of North Texas restaurants are offering Thanksgiving dishes and desserts to-go. Here are some local eateries where you can order out or dine in.
Is it safe to fly for the holidays? Airlines are trotting out studies to show that COVID-19 transmission is low on planes, but health experts still say traveling home for the holidays is risky.
North Texas families are creating new ways to celebrate as they rethink holiday plans. Gatherings during the pandemic might be outdoors, smaller or via Zoom calls.
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