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The voluntary interruption of a routine activity, usually understood to mean work
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As is typical of the holiday season, retailers are keeping a wary eye on online shopping, which becomes more of a powerful tool each year.
Christmas, helps decorate a home in Brentwood for the winter holiday season.
Organizers hope the route will cause fewer problems than last year, when dozens of business owners complained that the parade prevented customers from shopping during the busy holiday season.
The goal for the 2006 holiday season is to raise the equivalent to one million pounds of food.
As such, I have become quite familiar with the seasonal changes and celebrations taking place in these usually forgotten pieces of open space, the most notable being the end-of-year holiday season.
As is traditional, nearly all employers will give the standard days off for Christmas (98 percent) and New Year's (94 percent) this holiday season.
Los Angeles International Airport is on track for a record-breaking holiday season this year with an anticipated 174,000 passengers a day between Saturday and Jan.
AUSTIN, Texas -- This holiday season, consumers are increasingly seeking advice from others before making their biggest purchases of the year.
THE holiday season must be a time of mixed emotions for environmentalists critical of electrified America.
Glu Mobile, a leading global publisher of mobile games, today announced its 2006 holiday season lineup, which features a diverse portfolio of original titles, casual favorites and games based on well-known brands from Atari Inc.
But while in other segments of the toy business the manufacturers are competing for space under the tree with the likes of Pokemon, video game makers are looking forward to their strongest holiday season on record in large part because of Pokemon.