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  • Turkey Bash provides food, comfort

    Turkey Bash provides food, comfort
    Erin Earl is throwing Turkey Bash 2013, a Thanksgiving dinner for the homeless of Huntington Beach, but she is aiming to provide more than just a meal. With the help of the owner of the Huntington Beach Bagelmania Coffeehouse, Earl hopes to create a...
  • Runners flock to turkey trots

    Runners flock to turkey trots
    Stuffing your face with turkey and trimmings and then crashing on the couch to watch football is certainly a Thanksgiving Day tradition. But it's not the only one. Turkey trots, 5K and 10K runs and run/walks held on Thanksgiving, are booming in South...
  • Thanksgiving gas prices down from last year

    Thanksgiving gas prices down from last year
    Drivers on Thanksgiving will save a few pennies at the pump compared with Turkey Day last year. The national price for gasoline this Thanksgiving will average $3.27 a gallon, down 16 cents from last year and 5 cents below 2011, according to GasByuddy....
  • Turkey beyond Thanksgiving

    Did you know that turkey can be a better buy than chicken? There is less bone and waste in proportion to its size. And nutritionally, it's a protein bargain: A 3-ounce serving of boneless, skinless turkey breast contains 26 grams of protein, 1 gram of fat...
  • With Obama in Glendale, Armenians press genocide-related issue

    Local Armenian leaders on Tuesday used an appearance by President Obama at the DreamWorks Animation studio to request that the White House allow a Smithsonian display of a rug handmade by refugee orphans of the mass genocide about a century ago. It took...
  • Trips, tips & deals: Italy and a cruise

    Off-season Italy pays off Off-season and shoulder seasons are good times to snag deals to popular destinations. That's the case with GreatValueVacations' Tuscan castle vacation for travel in March. If you can put together four people who would like to...
  • Turkish government sacks 350 police carrying out corruption probe

    Turkish government sacks 350 police carrying out corruption probe
    A power struggle between Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and an exiled Muslim cleric sharpened Tuesday with the government purging 350 police officers involved in the anti-corruption sweeps that have netted figures close to Erdogan. The...
  • Should presidents stop pardoning turkeys?

    Should presidents stop pardoning turkeys?
    A tradition -- the president pardoning turkeys from certain death just before Thanksgiving -- has come in for an unusual amount of criticism this year. A Slate.com writer suggests President Obama pardon real people instead of (or in addition to) turkeys....
  • Runners race to sign up for Turkey Trot

    More than 1,600 people have signed up so far to run Thanksgiving morning in the Burbank YMCA’s fourth annual Turkey Trot, in which participants are encouraged to “race before you stuff your face.” Organizers are hoping to attract 2,700...
  • THE KITCHN: Great leftover meal: Bacon, Kale and Turkey Stew

    THE KITCHN: Great leftover meal: Bacon, Kale and Turkey Stew
    TheKitchn.com I am normally the last person to look for leftover turkey solutions. I don't usually cook a large turkey for Thanksgiving, and if there is any turkey left at the end of the meal, I send it home with other folks. Last year, however, I was...
  • Turkey's Kanal D Turns 20 in Volatile Market

    Irfan Sahin averages 10 cups of Turkish coffee and too many cigarettes a day. As he edges toward his 50th birthday, he quips that these habits might keep him from reaching old age, yet he appears anything but worried. "It's the quality of life that...
  • Sultan's vision realized: New 'Iron Silk Road' links Europe, Asia

    Turkey brought to life a 150-year-old vision of the Ottoman sultans on Tuesday with the opening of a submerged tunnel linking Europe and Asia and repurposing the fabled Silk Route from caravan to rail service. The $4-billion Marmaray project will...