There's much to genuinely be thankful for this Thanksgiving, for sure. Yet there's also so much to be vocal about, and fight against. So while Thanksgiving can typically be somewhat stressful in simply dealing with one's family members and relatives, take time to reflect upon and appreciate your loved ones—and recognize the importance of standing up for the rights of so many others. On the heels of such a polarizing and divisive presidential election, below are some lighthearted, useful tips on how to perhaps best navigate this year's celebratory feast. Happy Thanksgiving.
Little-know fact: There are more LI links to the parade than there are dance troupes busting moves down Sixth Avenue on Turkey Day.
Black Friday 2016 is upon us, and that means discounts, sales and special deals galore at stores all across Long Island and the New York metropolitan region! Whether that’s Walmart, Target, Macy’s, Sears, Best Buy, Old Navy, Kmart, Kohl’s, Sams Club, JCPenny, Lowes, Dell, Home Depot, Toys R Us, Express, Burlington, T-Mobile, New York & Company, or many, many more, there are countless extraordinary Black Friday bargains, coupons and “Doorbuster Deals” that will have you restless in your seat at the Thanksgiving Day table, fiending to just get out and shop, shop, shop-shop, shop!
There’s a 15-20 percent chance of precipitation on Thanksgiving, whether it comes in the form of rain, light snow, or both.
Up to 5 inches of snow is forecast for parts of LI on the biggest travel day of the year.
Up to an inch of snow may fall on LI, but forecasters say accumulation amounts may vary.
The storm is forecast to bring up to four inches of rain to the tri-state area on Wednesday before clearing up on Turkey Day.