On Our Radar: Things to Read, Try, Watch & Do This Thanksgiving Holiday

Perhaps you have a bit of extra time this holiday weekend—here are a few suggestions for how to use it.
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Illustration by Amanda Berglund for The New Yorker

Illustration by Amanda Berglund for The New Yorker

Here's what we are thankful for: you. As we sign off until next week, know we are grateful for your readership and thoughtful participation in our journey here at The Fold. 

In the meantime, we leave you with a few things we are looking forward to experiencing over the long holiday weekend. 

To read: Grab your broomsticks: The Witches Are Coming

To try: Cooking in a small kitchen—or any cooking in any kitchen for that matter. "Because this year it's my house, my Thanksgiving, 100 percent."

To listen: Dolly Parton's America (related: Dolly Parton May Look Artificial, But She's Totally Real)

To watch: Dan Levy in all his introverted glory, and Phoebe Waller-Bridge on female rage and her mother's best advice

To do: Shop Small! 

To see:  The Twenty Seven Best Movies of The Decade 

To remember: A list of questions to ask yourself before you shop, and on being (mostly) grateful.

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