The Black Friday shopping season is more than a month away, but the list of stores that will remain closed on Thanksgiving is growing. BestBlackFriday.com is tracking stores closures for Thanksgiving 2018. Most stores told the site they will be closing to give employees and customers time to enjoy the holiday with friends and family. According to a survey by BestBlackFriday.com, 48 percent of Americans said they dislike stores opening on Thanksgiving while 28 percent were indifferent. Just over 24 percent favor Thanksgiving day openings. Here's a list of the stores that will be closed on Thanksgiving Day 2018: A.C. Moore REI … [Read more...] about Black Friday 2018: Which stores are closed on Thanksgiving Day? Which are open?
Updated 11:22 am CDT, Wednesday, September 26, 2018 Click through for a quick look at 7 Things You Should Buy in October >>> Click through for a quick look at 7 Things You Should Buy in October >>> 1. Columbus Day SaleHit the virtual aisles around October 8 for the last big shopping event of the year before Black Friday. Columbus Day doesn't typically offer up sales that can beat Memorial Day or Labor Day. less 1. Columbus Day Sale Hit the virtual aisles around October 8 for the last big shopping event of the year before Black Friday. Columbus Day doesn't typically offer up sales that can beat Memorial Day or Labor ... more Photo: Lea Suzuki / The Chronicle Buy photo 2. New CarsOctober is traditionally one of the best months to buy a new car, as dealerships are eager to offload last year's inventory ahead of new models arriving towards the end of the year. 2. New Cars October is … [Read more...] about Don’t Wait for Black Friday! 7 Things You Should Buy in October
Culture crime Dateline will premiere an all-new “Weekend Mystery” titled “Black Friday” on Saturday. The episode will explore the murder of Ashlea Ann Harris who was murdered in Fort Worth, Texas in 2014. Harris was killed on November 28, Black Friday. The episode will examine Harris’ life and look for possible enemies who could have wanted to harm her. The trailer teases Harris as a loving, thoughtful friend who may have had secret enemies. Harris’ death was unusual, according to The Star-Telegram. She was bound while her throat was cut, and eventually, after she had died, her home, where she was murdered, was set on fire. Evidence in the home showed a struggle and revealed Harris fought off her attackers. “There are no good murders,” Kevin Rousseau, prosecutor in the Harris case said. “But at least there are some you can understand. This was different. At a minimum, this took at least a month of planning. They stalked Ashlea … [Read more...] about ‘Dateline’ Preview: What Was The Motive For Killing Ashlea Harris On Black Friday?
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Middle East Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Today's Paper Advertisement Supported by ByIsabel Kershner Aug. 15, 2018 JERUSALEM — Known as “Black Friday,” Israel’s assault on Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip on Aug. 1, 2014, was one of the deadliest and most scrutinized episodes in the 50-day war that summer. On Wednesday, the Israeli military cleared itself of wrongdoing in the bitterly contested episode. It published the conclusions of the examination into its conduct as Israel eased some restrictions on Gaza and moved to shore up the fragile cease-fire agreements that ended that war. Human rights groups like Amnesty International have said there was “strong evidence” that Israel carried out war crimes in Rafah by killing scores of Palestinians, most of them civilians. Some accused the Israeli military of firing in revenge, disproportionately … [Read more...] about Israeli Military Clears Itself of Wrongdoing in 2014 Gaza War’s ‘Black Friday’
Dock 1 liquidation outlet in Hopkins isn't well-known yet, which is the way a lot of bargain hunters like it. Irwin Jacobs of Jacobs Trading Company, the Twin Cities king of liquidation, opened the store in 2017. A couple of months ago he formulated a new way of clearing out the tons of e-commerce merchandise Americans return to online retailers. "People who are looking for a bargain can find small electronics, toys, household goods, and seasonal items," he said. "Everything in the bins is $5 on Mondays, $4 on Tuesdays, $3 on Wednesdays, $2 on Thursdays and $1 on Fridays and Saturdays." "We go through 10,000 to 12,000 units a week, maybe more," Jacobs said. Betsy Sherman of Maple Grove shopped the two e-commerce bins Monday and found housewares and Bluetooth cellphone accessories. "Sometimes you find good deals but it can take more than an hour to search," she said. Marcie Svitoris of Coon Rapids described the goods as "hit and miss" as she shopped for … [Read more...] about Dock 1 outlet in Hopkins offers TVs at Black Friday prices and $5-$4-$3-$2-$1 e-commerce returns