“Not that bad.” – Tom Brady, upon trying his first strawberry – ever – on national television.  He chased it w/a pint of beer.

Today's Curated NoPo Headlines - March 14, 2018


Today is Pi Day, an annual celebration of the mathematical constant π (pi), and what this means to you is $3.14 pizza, free pie, and more!; Walmart to expand grocery delivery business, reaching 40% of households by year’s end; America’s gambling industry predicts $10 billion will be bet on March Madness – nearly all of it illegally or off-the-books; Tiger Woods’ ex-wife, Elin Nordegren, puts Palm Beach property on market for $49.5 million; Netflix in early stages of developing weekly news magazine show; CNBC’s Jim Cramer introduces tech’s hottest new stock group: the ‘cloud kings’???; Snoop Dogg’s venture firm – just closed its debut fund w/$45 million; Worst car brands, per Consumer Reports; More pain for U.S. dollar; Crackdown of retail returns


To tackle depression, slow dementia, and reap all sorts of other heath benefits, maybe you should try…knitting????; New research suggests the stress you’re feeling can rub off on others [Ooops, sorry!]; Billionaires, actors join together to back health-focused private members club; How barbershops could play role in lowering blood pressure [??]; Why you should try to sleep in total darkness; Happiest and healthiest cities in America…


Woman shares skin cancer selfie to warn against dangers of tanning beds; Selena Gomez designing her first clothing collection for Coach; How Oprah transformed into “Mrs. Which” in A Wrinkle in Time, according to the movie’s makeup artist; Why you should consider having new clothes delivered to your doorstep every month; J-Beauty is not the ‘new K-Beauty’…so please don’t call it that??; Signs your face is aging faster than you are; ’90s-style snap clips (taking Instagram by storm); Most attractive lip shape around the world…


Fitbit announces new Apple Watch rival ‘Versa’ and kid-friendly ‘Ace’; Nike teams up w/Headspace for ‘mindful’ guided runs; Fitness-tracking app Strava to restrict access to an online map that shows where people run, cycle, and swim; Shorter workouts for Tim McGraw post stage collapse?; Secrets of thin people – how they get there/how they stay there..

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