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Game On: How do I introduce my child to video games?

Barely a month has passed since the birth of my firstborn, and already I have caught him staring in wide-eyed wonder at the television while I game. As a new parent, I have more questions than answers.

Powered by Plants: Milk industry is on life support

When’s the last time you walked the milk aisle at your local grocery store and looked? I mean really looked. Odds are, you’ll find just as many white liquids made from plants as you will from cows.

Game On: What’s next for first-person shooters?

The first-person shooter has come a long way since its inception with the release of “Wolfenstein 3D” in 1992. The genre achieved mainstream success with 1993’s “Doom” to become a popular medium for telling bombastic stories.

Dorothy Dean presents: You put the strawberry with the coconut

Coming in hot – er, frozen – and ready to cure that case of the Mondays is National Margarita Day. Feb. 22 pays homage to that iconic tequila-based cocktail that has you answering one of life’s most difficult questions: Salt or no salt?

Family Fun: Be a presidential scholar for the holiday

Happy Birthday, George: The official federal holiday is Washington's Birthday for our first president. After George Washington's death in 1799, people used his birthday – Feb. 22, 1732 – as a day of remembrance. It became a federal holiday in 1885.