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A very quiet Black Friday night @Kohls ⁩ Morris Plains NJ on what is supposed to be busiest shopping weekend of the year. I worry about the state of brick and mortar retail and what’s to come in 2021.

"I think that there’s a chemistry that has to take place for people to trust you, and to want to allow you into their lives." @McCurryStudios 

ICYMI: Now is your chance to own a piece of San Diego history.

Our favorite bags for every occasion, whether you're only toting the absolute essentials or bringing along a full-on picnic.

Including a wallet-friendly option with 60 hours of battery life.

You can save hundreds of dollars on some of these. 😮

Amir Attaran: Where provinces fail, Ottawa must step in with minimum standards. To make this easy on the PM, I’ve drafted an emergency order already.

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Scoops of the Week

Coming out of @coneyislandusa  is this 50-member-deep @MermaidParade  samba drumline! Bringing some under the sea beats to the streets! #MacysParade 

In its 94th year, the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade 2020 has been fully reimagined for the pandemic.

What's that sound, you ask? Why it's the diverse dance group, Zeta Phi Beta Steppers! Performing a special routine they put together to help us celebrate this unprecedented year. #MacysParade 

Look who just STEPPED things up. 👏 We loved having @ZPHIBHQ  — an international, historically Black Sorority —with us at the #MacysParade  for their centennial.

Talk about heartwarming 💞 (We're talking about @PTXofficial  & @hallmarkchannel 's float!)

👯 Kicking it over to the @rockettes , dancing to "Parade of the Wooden Soldiers." #MacysParade 

This @hamiltonmusical  performance was something for the history books. #MacysParade 

"Not being fish, how do we know their happiness? But we may express our feelings in our painting. In order to probe the subtleties of the ordinary, we must describe the indescribable." A thought to ponder from this 13th-century Chinese handscroll, "The Pleasures of Fishes." 🐟

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