- Three men were captured on surveillance footage breaking into and burglarizing a Thai Tuk Tuk restaurant in Corona, California, on Thursday.
- When the building’s property owner tried to intervene in the robbery, the men allegedly pointed a gun to her head and attempted to take her phone and kidnap her.
- The restaurant owners followed the suspects on the 91 Freeway before the men eventually pulled over on the side of the freeway and ditched their vehicle.
- All three men, including the driver, were arrested. Their identities have not been released by officials.
- They are currently in custody with bail enhancements of $1 million.
Three men were arrested after robbing a Thai restaurant in California and attempting to kidnap the business’s property owner on Thanksgiving morning.
Two men wearing hoodies were captured on surveillance footage breaking into a Thai Tuk Tuk restaurant in the 700 block of West Sixth Street in Corona at around 4 a.m. on Thursday.
- Son Goku, the main protagonist of the long-running “Dragon Ball” series, will return to Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade this year.
- Among the floats that will join Goku in the parade include Astronaut Snoopy and Pikachu and Eevee from the popular game franchise “Pokémon.”
- The parade will begin at around 9 a.m. ET on West 77th Street and Central Park West on Thursday.
- After the kickoff, the parade will head to Central Park West, Columbus Circle, Central Park South and Sixth Avenue before making a final stop in front of Macy’s Herald Square.
- The float, measured at 56 feet tall, 70 feet long and 36 feet wide, first appeared in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in 2018.
Toei Animation announced that Son Goku, the main protagonist of the long-running “Dragon Ball” series, will make his return at this year’s Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.
In a tweet over the weekend, the Japanese studio announced that Son Goku, in his Super Saiyan Blue form first introduced in the movie “Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection ‘F,’” will be present at the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade on Nov. 24.
Fun fact: Thanksgiving Day was previously celebrated in the Philippines.
The idea of the Philippines commemorating a controversial feast between the Pilgrims and Native Americans in 1621 may seem slightly bizarre, but it starts to make sense when one remembers that the Southeast Asian nation used to be a U.S. colony.
‘Crazy Rich Asians’ Star Awkwafina Honors Great-Grandfather in Heartfelt Thanksgiving Instagram Post
Nora Lum, also known as Awkwafina, shared a heartfelt message on her Instagram account during Thanksgiving in honor of her great-grandfather.
The “Crazy Rich Asians” star shared a picture of a menu card she found at her family’s old restaurant, which was founded by her great-grandfather, Jimmy Lum, who lived through the Chinese Exclusion Act.
Thanksgiving means stretchy bottoms to be able to eat all the amazing food that gets set on the table. For families of our team, that means not only the traditional American thanksgiving fare such as stuffing, mashed potatoes and Turkey, but other foods that are important to their family and culture.
Some of our writers share the foods consume during this holiday.
In a special episode of Digitalsoju TV, four North Koreans now living in South Korea gathered for an all-American style Thanksgiving at Ryan Smokehouse, a Seoul barbecue restaurant founded by Texas native Ryan Phillips.
Following the massive success of his “24K Magic” album and international tour which concluded at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu this past Sunday, Bruno Mars gave back to people in need in his homeland of Hawaii.
Mars reportedly partnered with the Salvation Army’s 48th annual Thanksgiving Dinner meal program to provide 24,000 Thanksgiving meals to those in need.
Mars’ third concert tour dubbed the “24K Magic World Tour” began on March 28 last year at the Sportpaleis in Antwerp, and concluded this year at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu on Nov. 11.
One kitten received an early Christmas miracle on Thanksgiving Day after a Utah family brought him back to life after he was found frozen outside in the snow.
In a video filmed by Branden Bingham, the kitten, no more than a few weeks old, can be seen being rushed inside near a fireplace by his younger brother Justin. The small feline had been found in a foot of snow by Branden’s son near the Bingham family’s cabin at Bear Lake on Thanksgiving morning, reports Fox 13.
A touching note posted on the window of a restaurant has gained the attention of passer byers and the internet.
With Thanksgiving peeking around the corner, the restaurant’s owner is aware that some people might be alone on the special holiday. His restaurant, Senate Coney Island, in Northville, Michigan, is extending dinner invitations to individuals who are home alone on Thanksgiving day.