thanksgiving hours


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fyi, store hours on Thanksgiving and Black Friday

Stores open on Thanksgiving: 

Bass Pro Shops – Open on Thanksgiving from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. for most locations, and 5 a.m. to 9 p.m. or 10 p.m. Black Friday.

Best Buy – Opens on Thanksgiving at 5 p.m. and at 8 a.m. Black Friday.

Dick’s Sporting Goods – Open on Thanksgiving from 6 p.m. to 2 p.m.

Dollar General – Opens on Thanksgiving at 7 a.m.

Five Below – Open Thanksgiving from 6 p.m. to 1 a.m. and on Black Friday from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Fossil – Opens on Thanksgiving at 9 p.m. and extends overnight into Black Friday.

JCPenney – Open from 3 p.m. on Thanksgiving till 5 p.m. on Black Friday.

Kohl’s – Opens on Thanksgiving at 6 p.m. although the biggest sales end at 1 p.m. Friday.

Kmart – Open on Thanksgiving from 6 a.m. to 5 p.m. and then from 7 p.m. Thanksgiving through 2 p.m. Black Friday.

Macy’s – Open on Thanksgiving from 5 p.m. to 2 a.m. and starting at 6 a.m. on Black Friday.

Michael’s –Open on Thanksgiving from 6 p.m. to Midnight and from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. Black Friday.

Modell’s – Open on Thanksgiving starting at 6 p.m. and on Black Friday at 6 a.m., though hours will vary by region,


Old Navy – Open on Thanksgiving starting at 4 p.m and until Midnight on Black Friday.

Sears — Opens on Thanksgiving at 6 p.m. through Midnight and starting at 5 a.m. on Black Friday.

Shoe Carnival – Open on Thanksgiving from 6 p.m. through Midnight and starting at 6 a.m. on Black Friday.

Shopko – Opens starting on Thanksgiving at 4 p.m. and then overnight until 1 p.m. on Black Friday.

Target - Open starting on Thanksgiving at 6 p.m. until either 10 p.m., 11 p.m., or Midnight on Black Friday.

Toys R Us – Open from Thanksgiving at 5 p.m. through 11 p.m. on Black Friday.

ULTA – Open on Thanksgiving from 6 p.m. through 2 a.m. and then from 6 a.m. until 10 p.m. on Black Friday.

Walgreens – Open on Thanksgiving from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m..

Walmart – Opens on Thanksgiving at 6 p.m.

Black Friday 2016 store hours: 

Academy Sports + Outdoors – Opens at 5 a.m.

AC Moore – Opens at 5 a.m. (most stores; restrictions on mall and plaza stores)

Bed Bath and Beyond – Opens at 6 a.m.

BJ’s Wholesale Club – Opens at 7 a.m.

Burlington – Opens at 7 a.m.

Chico’s – Opens at 7 a.m. unless different mall hours apply.

Costco – Opens at 9 a.m.

eBay – Sales start at 12 a.m. and with new deals announced every two hours.

GameStop – Opens at 5 a.m.

Gardner-White Furniture – Opens at 8 a.m.

Guitar Center – Opens at 6 a.m. Friday; Sale continues through Nov. 27.

Hobby Lobby – Open from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Home Depot – Opens at 6 a.m.

HomeGoods – Opens at 7 a.m.

Jos. A. Bank – Opens at 8 a.m. to 9 p.m

La-Z-Boy – Open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Lowe’s – Opens at 6 a.m.

Marshalls – Most stores will open at 7 a.m.

Navy Exchange — Most stores will open at 5 a.m.

Office Depot and OfficeMax – Opens at 6 a.m.

Patagonia – Normal Hours

Petco – Most stores open 7 a.m. with some opening at 8 a.m. or 9 a.m.

PetSmart – Opens from 7 a.m. until 9 p.m.; although doorbuster sales end at noon.

Pier 1 Imports – Opens from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Publix – Open from 7 a.m until either 10 p.m. or 11 p.m., depending on location.

Raymour & Flanigan – Open from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Rite Aid – Most stores will open at 7 a.m.

Sam’s Club – Opens at 7 a.m

Sierra Trading Post – Opens at 6 a.m.

Staples – Opens at 6 a.m.

The Original Mattress Factory – Opens at 10 a.m. until either 8 p.m. or 9 p.m.

T.J. Maxx – Most stores will open at 7 a.m.

Tractor Supply – Opens at 6 a.m.


anonymous asked:

who is andy demayo?is this a person i should know?

it’s steven’s racist uncle from gem harvest, the half hour “thanksgiving” special (???). he was sayin shit about greg marrying an “alien” and not an american, along with shouting at the gems because he assumed that alien=undocumented immigrant.

On talking about my conversion story:

When I say “I’m a convert” and someone responds “technically we’re all converts,” in a joking manner, I have to actively try to not be upset with them. It feels as though they are equating their spiritual struggle to mine. And yes, internally, they may have even more of a struggle than I do.
But they didn’t sit up nights being demeaned by their anti-Mormon parents. When they explored their faith they didn’t risk being kicked out of their home. When they wanted to be baptized they were encouraged, I was scorned. When they wanted to go on a mission, their family celebrated. Mine made me watch anti-Mormon videos for hours. At thanksgiving they don’t have to deal with endless questions and insulting judgements. On their wedding day they will get both of their parents in the temple with them.
So, yes, internally we are all converts and each person finds their faith through their own struggles.
But it is a much harder external struggle being born in a family who is not Mormon.
Please do not suppose that you and I have had equal experiences.

Happy Thanksgiving!

Two hours after Thanksgiving and Brian was still groaning. The top of his pants had been unbuttoned when he first laid into his second serving of mashed potatoes; the pant’s zipper started creeping down as his gut swelled close to bursting from his third piece of pumpkin pie.  It had been a big year for Brian’s waistline and this Thanksgiving, he had been determined to not stop eating until his belly hit the table.  He was successful.
From the kitchen, his boyfriend Kyle emerged smiling, wiping his left hand on his apron and holding the turkey wishbone in his right.  Kyle had spent days getting this Thanksgiving feast together and both of their families had been effusive in their praise of the meal.   The tables were now clear and the house near resembling itself prior to guests. Kyle had spent the last hour cleaning while Brian tried to manage his massively swollen gut.  

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MoMA is closed on Thanksgiving, but open the rest of the holiday weekend. Come see Picasso, Pollock, and more! 

[The Museum of Modern Art, New York, November 2015. Shown: Andy Warhol. Ten-Foot Flowers. 1967. The Museum of Modern Art, New York. © 2015 Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York]

in the morning, the imprint of your body on my sheets, comfort and pain and peace.

Thanksgiving, while providing a great parade and a lot of family time, was a stressful time for Kurt. Cooking a big, successful Thanksgiving feast took hours, really days since it started Wednesday, to cook. Yes, people brought dishes, like Carole always had some homemade mashed potatoes and Quinn made a the world’s best pecan pie, but Kurt made the turkey, which was not an easy feat, plus numerous other side dishes, plus breakfast in the morning for his dad, stepmother, Lizzie, and himself. Dinner always involved himself, Lizzie, Quinn, Tina, his dad, his stepmom, his stepbrother Finn, and Finn’s wife, all of whom brought different opinions and wants to the table.

Well, at least Marley, Finn’s wife, brought her own vegetarian main meal and shared it with Quinn. 

Still, it was a rewarding day by the end of it, and Kurt had to admit he was thankful for something else as well. Maybe Puck didn’t have an official title of “boyfriend” and maybe he never would if his fear from their last date meant anything, but just thinking about his kisses made sparks shoot down Kurt’s spine and a goofy smile spread across his face. Quinn and Tina both made it a point to call him out on it a few times in the cooking process.

Thanksgiving soon turned to Black Friday, Kurt’s second favorite holiday. While his dad and stepmom stayed in with Lizzie, Kurt hit up his favorite stores and Toys R Us, which was always the most violent of the stores he hit up. He knocked out most of Lizzie’s Christmas gifts as well as some for other members of his family, and, of course, gifts for himself. It was a nice shopping day.

He did have one hangup, though, and that was if he should get Puck something. He figured Puck celebrated Hanukkah, what with the last name and all, but, even more importantly, he realized Puck’s birthday was on actual Turkey Day itself. That Tuesday, Lizzie’s last day of school before the holiday break, she had gushed about everything they did from hand drawn turkeys at their Thanksgiving party to the gobble song Puck had taught them. And at one point she excitedly told Kurt how there had been cupcakes, too, because it was Puck’s birthday on Thanksgiving and he wanted to celebrate it with all of his favorite friends in his class.

Kurt was a bit surprised Puck hadn’t told him about his birthday, especially since they made plans for that Friday. Well, he was for a moment, then he realized that of course Puck wouldn’t say anything. He was even more private than Kurt usually was. And it left Kurt with a predicament. He wanted to show Puck appreciation for his birthday (holidays, including birthdays, were kind of his thing), but he didn’t want Puck to freak out again. And what did you get someone you had been on multiple dates on without even using the word “boyfriend” despite being so compatible you were mistaken for a married couple?

…Okay, he was freaking out, and he needed to stop. So Kurt got a very simple gift of sorts at Target and went home. After a while, Carole and Burt went home and Quinn and Tina came over to pick Lizzie up for their usual post-Thanksgiving girls night. It was some weird tradition they had started back when Lizzie was a toddler and barely understood what was happening around her, but now Lizzie had packed herself (and Kurt then added her toothbrush and toothpaste and a brush, all of which Lizzie forgot to pack) and, after giving Kurt a big hug and kiss, she giddily left with her aunties.

Kurt quickly got ready for his dinner at Puck’s, debating on what to wear. Puck had already told him they were just going to have dinner at his place, but did he mean dinner like Thanksgiving leftovers or dinner like some expertly prepared lobster or something? He debated going more casual or what, but eventually decided on a teal sweater and some dark pants and boots, since they weren’t going out and he liked being cozy.

After Kurt was dressed, he packed up a few slices of pie and the gift (a cupcake with a single candle in it) in a pastry box and, once his coat was on, he left for Puck’s. Getting there via car took a while on Thanksgiving due to tourism from the parade, so Kurt was glad he left early, because he still got there a few minutes later than planned. He thanked his driver and gave a big tip for driving in the awful traffic and went inside Puck’s building. He nearly ran to Puck’s door when he got off the elevator, but he managed to keep his cool and just knock on the door.

Once Puck answered, Kurt smiled brightly and said, “Hi.” Holding up the pastry box after a moment, he added, “I brought some dessert. I hope that’s okay.” He came inside and took off his outerwear before turning back to Puck. “Happy day after Thanksgiving,” Kurt said. Kurt placed the pastry box on the counter and kept looking at it as he continued talking.

“…And happy late birthday.” Kurt finally looked back up at Puck, trying to gauge his reaction. “Lizzie told me.”