Organic baby food more costly, not necessarily more nutritious
Squeezable pouches of organic baby food are as omnipresent on some American playgrounds as runny noses, diaper bags and overpriced strollers. But studies show that parents who are aiming to buy the best food for their infants may not need to spring for the expensive organics.
Brew your own beer for a celebratory treat
Beer enthusiasts know that sometimes finding the right brew can be a labor of love. While there are mass-produced commercial beers ranging from the palest ales to the richest stouts and a bevy of independent, small-scale bottlers, finding the right fit can still be difficult. However, there is something to be said for a beer that is constructed to perfectly fit an individual’s palate.
Kia Optima has become a luxurious brand
Kia has been running circles around Honda and Toyota for a couple of years, and the Optima shows why: excellent quality, a luxurious driving feel and gorgeous looks.
American, US Airways announce $11 billion merger
The combined carrier will be called American Airlines and be based in Fort Worth. It expects to have $40 billion in annual revenue and offer more than 6,700 daily flights to 336 destinations in 56 countries.
Caffeine Crawl highlights OKC-area coffees, chocolates
It’s said that 90 percent of the population ingests caffeine on a daily basis, and we all know that the morning cup of coffee or afternoon espresso becomes a habit, which eventually becomes a daily grind. But options do exist, which is why The LAB has originated the traveling Caffeine Crawl.
AAA predicts lower gas prices in 2013
This week the national average price for a gallon of regular gasoline is $3.30. As recently as Dec. 20, the nationwide average stood at $3.22.
Self-gifters increasingly stuff their own holiday stockings
Americans are doing more and more holiday shopping for themselves, data over the past decade show, even as planned gift-buying for family members has stayed steady (sorry, friends and co-workers, your numbers are down).
What growing tablet market means for gadget-lovers
This holiday season is turning into a battle among tech giants for the hand-held computer that every tech geek, executive, student and child will be carrying around next year.
Sandy moves west, leaving devastation, deaths in its wake
The Atlantic superstorm Sandy churned across Pennsylvania Tuesday after blacking out much of southern Manhattan and leaving a trail of flooding, death and destruction along the East Coast.
Slate: How Nintendo saved itself from irrelevance
Gaming has not only grown larger, it has grown diverse in its players and its forms and its functions. And that's thanks, in large part, to a phenomenal turnaround by Nintendo.
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