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On Thanksgiving and always, be a blessing

I saw a physically disabled woman walking in the cold rain, pushing an empty baby stroller. She was headed to a place hundreds of people...

What are you thankful for?

The Recorder went out into the community this week to vibe with some of Indianapolis’s talented artists, musicians and poets at That Peace Open...

This Thanksgiving, take time to reflect

Ever since I was young, my mother always told my sister, brother and me to be grateful for what we had. She even told...

Details announced for Mozel Sanders Radiothon

The 2016 Mozel Sanders Foundation Radiothon, to raise money for the annual Mozel Sanders Thanksgiving Dinner, will be Friday, Nov. 11, and Saturday, Nov....

Black Twitter Hilariously Sheds Light on ‘Thanksgiving With Black Families’

This new hashtag that black Twitter is giving whirl, #ThanksgivingWithBlackFamilies, has got me thinking about Rachel Dolezal and all of the black-culture litmus tests that people jokingly...

31 Ways to Buy Black on Black Friday — and Beyond

Amid a tepid economy, America’s burgeoning “maker” movement is breeding a whole new generation of creative black entrepreneurs. They are betting their futures not...

Sullivan’s Steakhouse in Indianapolis to offer Thanksgiving menu

Since 2012, 16 million people and counting continue to dine at restaurants on Thanksgiving. For the first time this year, Sullivan’s Steakhouse in Indianapolis...

Maximizing Thanksgiving

It may be hard for some of us to believe, but the Thanksgiving holiday is already right around the corner.If you and your loved...

Holiday crash reduction efforts

Marion County law enforcement officers will conduct special enforcement efforts on Marion County roadways throughout this Thanksgiving holiday season.The Thanksgiving holiday period is one...

After Thanksgiving feasting comes the loafing

Twenty-four hours ago, I was seated with my family and friends around the Thanksgiving table. Now, I am seated in my chair and cannot...
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