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The lazy person's guide to Thanksgiving

This year, relax.

Thanksgiving can be a day to go all out — spend hours cooking a meal unlike any other, comb through your music collection looking for the perfect dinner mix, deck out the house in a way that would make Martha Stewart say “wow.” It can be the apex of home-cooking, the Oscar of entertaining, the Super Bowl of family gatherings.

Or, you can go the other way.

PEOPLE: Head Realtor
A broad view of the housing market
By Jeff Mucciarone

The housing market in New Hampshire has dipped since the expiration of the home buyer tax credit in April. Still, Monika McGillicuddy, president of the New Hampshire Association of Realtors, sees good signs, especially for buyers, with low prices and low interest rates.

THEATER: A new old Carol
Joel Mercier twists a timeless tale
By Adam Coughlin

In Charles Dickens’ masterpiece, A Christmas Carol, Ebenezer Scrooge has a series of dreams that show him what life was, is and could be. Joel Mercier also had a dream. His dream was to make the fabled story his own. But this dream took a little longer than one Christmas eve.

FOOD: Roadhouse restaurateurs reinvent
Chatham Grill has pizza, burgers, subs and calzones
By Angel Roy

The Keefe family, owners of the Route 28 Roadhouse in Londonderry, have taken on an additional venture and opened a pizzeria in Windham.

LONGSHOTS: Brown or Rice - who's NFL's #1 of all time?
By Dave Long

Anyone else see’s newly announced list of the Top 100 Players in history? While these type of things have a way of sending me around the bend, I do still love them. And this one is probably the best I’ve ever seen, because they based it on a player’s dominance in his era to balance off changes in football brought on by physical and intellectual evolution.

TECH: Blu on Black
Annual sale means it's upgrade time
By John Andrews

Only one week ‘til Black Friday.

Thanksgiving really is the more important holiday — that is, it’s actually a holiday — but with all the buildup this year, I just can’t wait. It’s like retailers finally realized that Black Friday gets people in stores, and a lot of them, especially online, have been declaring “Early Black Friday!” or “Black Friday NOW” sales weeks and months in advance.

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