Giving thanks for everything from stents to foliage to a musical dog.
About 4,500 volunteers wrangled giant balloons and threw confetti into a crowd excited to see the annual parade in person.
There’s a reason you turn into an eating machine on Thanksgiving. It’s biology!
Three Times journalists who cover food share how they tackle Thanksgiving prep and how they spend the holiday.
Eating had become a chore for my parents, but I was determined to make a feast. I had never given much thought to Dad’s penknife until that meal.
Thursday’s three games feature six teams coming off losses, with the Buffalo Bills and New Orleans Saints playing in prime time.
This year’s parade will feature performers like Kelly Rowland and Carrie Underwood and will have 15 giant balloons and 28 floats.
Readers express relief. One calls it the “only rational and equitable verdict.” Also: A Covid Thanksgiving, and one in prison; children and grief.
President Biden and his family are spending Thanksgiving on Nantucket, renewing a family tradition that dates back to 1975.
As we sit down together during a difficult year, we’d be wise to consider a posture of grace
To survive a dinner table disagreement with the people you love this Thanksgiving, don’t call it a debate, Dylan Marron argues.
First the food, then the movies. Here are five streaming suggestions for the holiday.
Google Flights now shows your carbon footprint. Will it change the way you buy plane tickets?
Thanksgiving is back, but Covid hasn’t gone away. Here’s how to have a safer, peaceful and tasty holiday.
The number of travelers this holiday weekend is expected to be close to prepandemic levels. But those numbers hide the kinds of decisions that families are making about how and where to gather. Here’s how six families are celebrating.
Bavarian charm, Christmas knickknacks and all-you-can-eat restaurants draw hordes every holiday season to the twinkly streets of Frankenmuth, Mich.
Many retailers will close their stores on Thanksgiving Day, citing safety concerns and gratitude for their employees.
The cornmeal that has become a staple of the holiday table reflects millenniums of work by Native Americans — a legacy that Indigenous people are trying to keep alive.
Thanksgiving will be the biggest test of the system’s resilience since the pandemic began, with millions more passengers than last year.
For many L.G.B.T.Q. Americans, especially those with immigrant roots, traditional notions of Thanksgiving and family may not apply. The holiday offers another way to celebrate.
On Thanksgiving, consider the multiple benefits of giving thanks.
The tradition has been largely restored, but children under 12 years old will not be allowed in the parade — only as spectators.
“What started as a temporary measure driven by the pandemic is now our new standard,” Brian Cornell, Target’s C.E.O., said.
The Biden bill, the Rittenhouse verdict and the fate of the Democratic majority.
Cases are rising again in parts of the country, but more people are traveling, and health officials have largely stopped telling people to skip celebrations.
Feeling grateful does not always happen naturally.
Gunfire at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport on Saturday was accidental, officials said, but it led to flight disruptions and a stampede of passengers.
Here is a closer look at the milestones and mishaps involving the helium-filled characters that populate the holiday parade.
Weak storms could cause flight delays in some parts of the country but forecasters do not expect any major disruptions.
“Peanut Butter and Jelly were selected based on their temperament, appearance, and, I suspect, vaccination status,” the president said.
Maybe you don’t like turkey, or you think it’s too big or just too much work. We’ve got options to get excited about.
These days, Will Coss splits his time between family activities and planning the annual event that rings in the holiday season.
A little planning goes a long way to help a holiday meal come together easily.
The first postvaccine Thanksgiving will be full of joy — and anxiety. Here’s how to navigate it.
After N.F.L. cases more than doubled, the league strengthened its Covid-19 protocols and recommended teams help set up testing for families of players and team staff ahead of the holiday.
For first-time cooks, or anyone looking to simplify the holiday prep, this special menu minimizes effort and maximizes flavor.
An unpretentious bar snack transformed into something sublime.
Samin Nosrat will say it: Every year, the meal is a lot of the same. Here are five ways she adds brightness, crunch, freshness and flavor.
The characteristics that make a bottle great for the holiday work for just about any occasion. These wines not only taste good, they feel good.
Melissa Clark has spent months perfecting techniques, so you don’t have to.
The rice-based stuffing is often a centerpiece of celebrations in the Arab world, and on holiday tables in the United States.
Here’s what you need to make the end of the meal shine.
Holiday dishes don’t need to be fussy. Keep the shopping and cooking simple so you can enjoy the day.
Liberian Americans have a complicated relationship with their holiday that plays out in the foods they make and the ways they reflect on a proud and difficult history.
The host of “Taste the Nation” and “Top Chef” isn’t a professional chef herself. That’s why her bird is stress-free and foolproof.
For Yewande Komolafe, the holiday is as much about learning her loved ones’ traditions as it is about the meal. She shares the recipes she’s collected.
Here are five dishes, all featured in the new edition of “The Essential New York Times Cookbook,” that will shine on your table.
The grapes don’t really matter. Neither does where it was made. So long as it refreshes and rejuvenates, it’s the perfect bottle.
As many Americans plan larger celebrations this year, the inoculation status of dinner guests is becoming a topic of conversation, concern and conflict.
We asked the experts for guidance on staying safe and keeping the peace.