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Off-Season Dining on the Cape is Still a Fresh Catch

Afraid you'll be missing out on seafood while visiting New England during the shoulder season? Fear not.

Christmas Movies to Watch - Netflix, Hallmark, Hulu, Amazon, Freeform and more

Happy Holidays! Have you opened your presents and eaten too many Christmas cookies? Maybe it's time to settle down for a long winter's nap... From Elf to Santa Clause to the Grinch, here are a few movie ideas to enjoy with your family.

Dave and Buster's No Longer PLAYing Around

PLAY could rally, but we still may not break out over the 200-day moving average line.

Closing Bell: Trading is Mixed Thanks To Lags In Tech

The Dow Jones Industrial Average reached a new record close on Wednesday, moving even closer to 24,000, while the Nasdaq and S&P 500 finished lower.

Wall Street at Records as GOP Tax Bill Heads to Senate Vote

Wall Street ended at records as the Senate GOP's tax bill cleared the Senate Budget Committee, moving it toward the floor for a vote later this week.

Bridgestone Golf CEO: Tiger Woods' Comeback Is Really Beneficial

Bridgestone Golf has one big reason to be excited about the 2018 PGA Tour season. It may include the long-awaited return to greatness for Tiger Woods, a Bridgestone Golf spokesperson.

LeBron and Blaze Pizza Stick Together

Customers at times ask for a 'LeBron', when ordering a pie at Blaze.

The 2018 Aston Martin Vantage Looks Insane

This thrill ride is not for the faint of heart.

There's No Rigor to the U.S. Case Against AT&T, Jim Cramer Says

The U.S. case against AT&T's proposed acquisition of Time Warner lacks rigor, according to TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer.

Nike Tries to 'Just Do It' Again

The chart of Nike shows some promise.