Tuesday, December 3 2013 12:12 PM EST2013-12-03 17:12:24 GMT
BRYAN, TX (KBTX/CBS) - Traditions Club, the home of Texas A&M University golf teams, partnered with the St. Joseph Health System to break the Guinness record for the world's largest gingerbread house. ConstructionMore >>
The house Texas A&M University built for charity is large enough for a family to live in and good enough to eat.More >>
Friday, November 29 2013 12:37 PM EST2013-11-29 17:37:55 GMT
HOUSTON, TX (KHOU/CBS) - Some people are so determined to get in lines for Black Friday shopping and spend time with family around a Thanksgiving meal they do both at the same time. Before dawn on a coldMore >>
On a cold Thanksgiving morning, a group of buddies was huddled in a tent outside a Best Buy and a family had its Thanksgiving meal set up on a makeshift table outside a Target. More >>
Thursday, November 28 2013 2:34 PM EST2013-11-28 19:34:44 GMT
KABUL, AFGHANISTAN (RTV/CBS) - Around 100 U.S soldiers stationed at NATO headquarters marked the Thanksgiving holiday thousands of miles away from home on Thursday. A buffet of dishes was laid out forMore >>
A buffet of dishes was laid out for the troops, who celebrated the holiday over dinner with colleagues, took photos and sent greetings to their families and loved ones back home.More >>
Thursday, November 28 2013 11:03 AM EST2013-11-28 16:03:33 GMT
NEW YORK, NY (CBS) - One of the nation's favorite traditions on Thanksgiving morning, the annual parade through the heart of New York, went on as planned despite strong winds threatening to ground theMore >>
People camped out to get front-row seats for the 87th annual Thanksgiving Day Parade, and the show went on as planned despite the threat of raw weather in New York.More >>
NEW ORLEANS, LA (WGNO/CBS) - What is it you want to do before you die?
It's a provocative question, one that is part of an interactive art installation in downtown New Orleans' art district.
There's a giant chalkboard wall painted on the side of the Ogden Museum.
On the wall, people can write what they want to do before they die.
Artist Candy Chang's first "Before I Die" wall went up in New Orleans back in 2011. She put it up on an abandoned home.
It was a way to do something positive with a blighted property. Since then, "Before I Die" walls have been put up all around the world.
Many people who wrote on the wall in New Orleans want to travel the world. Someone wrote about a wish to kiss Keith Richards. Another wants to fall in love.
Ogden Museum will hold a "Before I Die" book launch party for the artist on Nov. 7.