In Minneapolis, what began as an invitation to a Thanksgiving meal ended in a bizarre death. Anenia Marie Hare, 47, is behind bars after authorities say she killed a dinner guest who had the poor manners to smoke crack at her Thanksgiving table—and not offer her any.
According to Andy Williams and everybody who has covered his famous song, it’s currently the most wonderful time of the year. For many of us, that means lots of gatherings of friends and family as we make our way to Christmas and New Year’s Eve.
Editor’s note: All of this food tastes better at my house than at your house, but ya know, rock rock on.
1. [Find] 2 tablespoons olive oil, one 1.5- to 2-pound lobster, 1 pound of shrimp, 2 pounds small elbow macaroni, one stick of butter (two sticks optional), half cup (2 ounces) shredded Muenster cheese, half cup shredded mild cheddar cheese, half cup shredded sharp cheddar cheese, half cup shredded Monterey Jack,…
Dearly beloved white people,
Whether it’s food, family or (the avoidance of?) football, Thanksgiving is a special time of year for many American families. But what are people most thankful for in our first year with Donald Trump in the Oval Office? We hit the streets to find out. Watch the video above.
In which we reflect on simpler times.
Ah, Thanksgiving. That yearly fall holiday where we gather around a table full of food and feel thankful that we only have to see or interact with most of the people sitting around us for one holiday a year. Luckily, it’s one involving food, so for the most part, their mouths should be too full to be speaking anyway —…
While we are all fully aware of the foundation of lies that Thanksgiving was built on, we’ve managed to turn the holiday into a celebrated time with food and family.
So the story is told, the Plymouth Colony Pilgrims and Native Americans gathered for a communal meal after a successful fall harvest. But we know the story didn’t go down quite like that.
Welcome back, white people! (I bet you’ve never heard anyone say that before.) After learning about the guest list for Black Thanksgiving, you might be wondering why Black Thanksgiving is so different from wypipo Thanksgiving.
Ah, Thanksgiving. Everyone’s favorite official-yet-unofficial holiday. Retailers don’t really know what to do with it, since they tend to jump from a Halloween marketing blitzkrieg straight into Christmas marketing overexposure, but that doesn’t matter right now. All that matters is that Thanksgiving is that…
Every year on social media, there’s one hashtag you can count on to bring joy and laughter. #ThanksgivingWithBlackFamilies is the absolute truth when it comes to the struggles of celebrating the holiday. And this year is no exception.
I eat chitlins occasionally, but I know some of y’all bougie Negroes don’t. And I also know that some of y’all chitlin doubters will be with friends’ or your new partner’s family over the holidays for the first time. And there might be chitlins present. And you might be wondering what to say or do to get out of eating…
It’s that time of year again. White folks are clamoring at Starbucks for their pumpkin-spice lattes, and black folks are calling around to make sure Aunt Sheila is still making her signature turkey this year ... it’s Thanksgiving! And while many of us side-eye the massacre and theft masquerading as a family-friendly…
It’s hard to believe that Thanksgiving is literally in just a few days. It seems like only yesterday that summer was lighting a literal fire under so many folks’ asses. But here we are. Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday: You get good food and fellowship with family and friends.
What happens when you attempt to be edgy and provocative for Thanksgiving? You end up creating the most trash-ass recipes that one could think of, and a website like Delish will label it the next greatest thing. But they lied.
A Mississippi woman says people stood around and did nothing at a Kroger grocery store when a man attacked her after she asked him how to make pumpkin pie.
The Root staff is hacking the holidays, but in a great way.
Thanksgiving has always been my favorite holiday. Yes, you receive gifts during Christmas, and Easter was great because you got chocolate candy, but Thanksgiving? Nah, Thanksgiving has always been the gift that keeps on giving.