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Thanksgiving Day is no longer all about turkey: It's eating away at Black Friday shopping.
The holiday shopping season turned out to be two seasons split by a big lull.
D.C. resident Patricia Peart might have started a new tradition this Thanksgiving, as she enjoyed a tasty meal, filled with turkey, stuffing and sweet potatoes. While most Americans ate at home relaxing, she ate while she was standing in line outside Best Buy in Columbia Heights.
Holiday shoppers gave retailers a happy Thanksgiving weekend, crowding stores and malls more than last year.
Shoppers crowded stores on Black Friday but spent just a little more than last year on the traditional start of the holiday shopping season, according to data released Saturday by a research firm.