Starshine Roshell

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With Thanksgiving approaching, you may be both excited and nervous about gathering with family.

Topics to avoid at the Thanksgiving table

With Thanksgiving approaching, you may be both excited and nervous about gathering with family.

from KCRW Features

Research shows that some products marketed to women cost more than the same products marketed to men. Women could be out $64,843 over their lifetime.

'Pink tax' payers see red

Research shows that some products marketed to women cost more than the same products marketed to men. Women could be out $64,843 over their lifetime.

from The 805

First we heard of ‘helicopter moms,’ now ‘lawnmower parents’ have their day.

Charting the rise and fall of ‘Lawnmower Parents’

First we heard of ‘helicopter moms,’ now ‘lawnmower parents’ have their day.

from The 805

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