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Thanksgiving is a year-round practice of giving thanks

Before the Pilgrims celebrated Thanksgiving, local Wampanoags and Indigenous people throughout North America, gathered to give thanks 13 times throughout the lunar, calendar year.

The number of monarch butterflies migrating to California spiked this winter after years of historic lows. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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The butterflies are back! Annual migration of monarchs shows highest numbers in years

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Boogie Stop Shuffle Charles Mingus
Kinder Blumen Real Estate
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These 3 Thanksgiving recipes offer a stress-free menu for your holiday gathering

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Jeep's Blues Duke Ellington
Genesis Grimes
Opening credits to The Humans Nick Muhly
Star Power I: Overture Foxygen
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Escape Desire
ekki hugsa Olafur Arnalds
Hello, Anxiety Phum Viphurit
Blessed Brambles Mum
Phase Dance Pat Metheny

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Thanksgiving is a year-round practice of giving thanks

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Next to You Poolside
Wave of Mutilation [UK Surf Version] Pixies
Where I Met You Moods
Over the Edge Symmetry
Green Hill Zone Jon Batiste
No Concern of Yours Punch Brothers
Just The Same But Brand New St. Vincent

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