NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- How do you celebrate Thanksgiving? Do you fly or drive long distances to be with family and enjoy mom's turkey and pumpkin pie? Or do you stay home and host a potluck dinner, where guests bring the wine and green-bean casserole?Let's face it, some of us want none of the usual Thanksgiving Day revelry, and some of us don't really have a choice but to be nontraditional. After all, the day after Thanksgiving is not officially a holiday (The New York Stock Exchange is open until 1 p.m. EST), so if you have to work that Friday, traveling is out of the question.
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