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Shipping holiday gifts? Do so sooner than later, says USPS

If you plan on shipping packages for the holidays, do so as soon as possible. The United States Postal Service expects the number of packages in the system will start picking up as early as Black Friday.
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COVID-19 is changing how NORAD tracks Santa, but the mission continues

The NORAD Tracks Santa call center is being adapted this year, thanks to ongoing public health concerns due to an increase in COVID-19 cases. Find out how the mission will continue on RADIO.COM.
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The average American would pay $305 for a normal, pre-COVID day: Survey

How much would you pay to experience a normal pre-COVID day? A survey commissioned by Capital One asked 2,000 Americans that very question, and found that the average American would pay around $305 for such an experience. More on RADIO.COM.
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Starbucks barista writes flirtatious 'secret message' on customer's cup

A Starbucks customer posted a video of her barista’s flirtatious ‘secret message’ that has gone viral online. The Internet is divided with some calling the gesture cute while others call it creepy. Read more now.
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Grandparents send family cardboard cutout so they can be together on Thanksgiving

Though they won’t be able to physically celebrate the holiday together, a couple found an ingenious way of making sure that they could still spend Thanksgiving with their children and grandchildren across the country. More on RADIO.COM!
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Toy safety group releases annual list of top 10 'worst' toys to avoid this holiday season

Cute plastic animals with tiny accessories that pose a choking hazard, Black Panther-inspired claws with the potential to cause facial or eye injuries, and more toys on the list. Read the full story.
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Boy's Kindergarten picture comes back with an odd imprint

A boy’s kindergarten school picture is going viral for a very odd reason. Brittany Kinley, a Texas mom, says she filled out the on-line order form for five-year-old Mason’s school photo but a misunderstanding resulted in an imprint that’s “so 2020.”
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Patricia Richardson credits chemistry with Tim Allen for 'Home Improvement' role

Patricia Richardson revealed how she ended up in the role of Tim Allen’s on-screen wife in the hit sitcom “Home Improvement.” See the details.
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'The Mandalorian' hot cocoa bomb reveals a marshmallow Baby Yoda when it melts

Fans of ‘The Mandalorian’ character can enjoy a seasonal cup of hot chocolate with the hot cocoa bomb that unleashes The Child once its melts. Learn more about the stocking stuffer!
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Dunkin' teams up with Homesick for candles that smell like coffee and doughnuts

Dunkin’ has once again teamed up with Homesick candles – known for evoking nostalgia – to create two candles that are perfect for the holiday season. The two candle scents are titled ‘Original Blend’ and ‘Old Fashioned.’ Read more
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