A shifting shopping schedule makes for a quiet, st...
by Brent Barron
01:26 PM, Friday, November 27
Traffic today at DeKalb’s Perimeter Mall started slow from 6 a.m. and built throughout the day, but the frenzy once reserved for Black Friday deals was mostly absent, shifted to days throughout the week. Walking around the mall this morning, it wa...

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