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Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving

What’d I Miss?: Denver’s mayor as unreliable narrator

Locavore appetite, smaller gatherings drive record Colorado turkey sales despite coronavirus

Turkey producers of all sizes have seen increased demand this Thanksgiving, especially for smaller birds

Essay: For Colorado transplants, coronavirus has made the distance from our families unbearable

Food swaps, a brother who can’t taste and more stories of a coronavirus Thanksgiving in Colorado

Coloradans share their plans to celebrate, or endure, Thanksgiving 2020

Littwin: It’s Thanksgiving, so we’ll be thankful that Biden will be president and leave it there

Trump has lost too convincingly to overturn the results. That doesn’t mean he’ll stop trying or will ever concede. But it does mean U.S. democracy is still on the clock.

Nicolais: Thanksgiving starts with a little sacrifice

As health care workers struggle against rising case rates and illness of their own, we could all give thanks by making a few changes

Opinion: This Thanksgiving, let’s show respect for those on the front lines of the COVID-19 war

Drew Litton: Coronavirus dinner table etiquette

Carman: Can’t miss Thanksgiving at Grandma’s? Then brace yourself for Christmas in the ICU.

What’s Working: As coronavirus cases increased, so did the number of Coloradans filing for unemployment

Plus: How Colorado restaurants are figuring out how to stay open outdoors, a free feast this Thanksgiving and the Dec. 26 doozy

Jim Morrissey: The “other” Friday

Drew Litton: Live by the sword…

Opinion: Why give thanks just once a year? Find a way to make the world a better place

Our readers’ weirdest Thanksgiving dishes and traditions

From elk liver pâté to popcorn stuffing to something called “Clown in a Blender,” readers of our Sunriser newsletter share their most interesting Turkey Day traditions.