A Quick History of Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade

The Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade started in the roaring twenties when New York's department store Macy's was thriving. The first parade took place in 1924 and debuted as a Christmas Day parade instead of Thanksgiving. There were only three floats that were pulled by horses from 145th Street and Convent Avenue to the Macy's store [...]

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Cochran Client Spends First Thanksgiving With Family After His Sentence is Vacated.

In February of 2020 Christian Pacheco had his sentence vacated after nearly 25 years of being wrongfully convicted.  Now, he looks forward to spending time with his family over the first holiday season since his release. “I am so thankful for those who supported me throughout my wrongful incarceration and in the months since I [...]

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