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The First Lady appeared on the BET show '106 & Park' where she dicussed her husbands love of singing:
Heading into the peak winter holiday shopping period, there's been a lot of talk about how the rise of stores opening on Thanksgiving Day means that Black Friday sales start earlier than ever this year. The truth is that Black Friday deals launch much earlier than that—like the Friday before Black Friday.
Among the many arguments against retailers opening on Thanksgiving, perhaps the best is that holiday store hours seem pretty darn unnecessary. Shoppers justify their curious behavior—running out the door after scarfing down turkey and stuffing, exhaustedly browsing crowded store aisles for deals at midnight or maybe 4 a.m.—because of the presence of supposedly extraordinary prices and promotions.
Yet smart shoppers know that year in, year out, many of the best deals don’t pop up until Black Friday weekend has passed. The bargain hunters at dealnews recommend the week of December 8 to 14 as the best period for low prices on toys, for instance, while the consultants at ShopperTrak state that Wednesday, December 4, is the top day of the season for shoppers seeking the elusively blissful combination of great prices and minimal crowds. The reliable appearance of sitewide 50% off specials on Cyber Monday present yet another sensible alternative to hitting the mall on Thanksgiving or any other time during the chaotic Black Friday weekend.
For even more deals, check out blackfriday.com
Good things come in small packages as X Factor 2013 contestant Rion Paige has proven time and again. The 13-year-old from our very own city of Jacksonville, has no problem taking on powerhouse ballads, particularly when they have country roots. GOOD LUCK RION!
Check out her audition below:
A 30-year-old man thought he was just going to be a guest at a wedding in India last week but he ended up being the groom, the Times of India reports. The bride's family apparently fought with the original groom Monday and he walked off angrily; he didn't return as expected Tuesday and could not be found, and the wedding was scheduled for the following day. That's when the guest, a relative of the bride, offered to marry her in what the Timescalls "a kind gesture." The family was "relieved" when the wedding took place on schedule.