Maura Judkis, The Washington Post Published 2:27 pm CST, Wednesday, February 27, 2019 Nightfood's ice creams come in flavors such as decaf cold brew, Bed and Breakfast (waffles and syrup), chocolate cherry and Cookies n' Dreams. Nightfood's ice creams come in flavors such as decaf cold brew, Bed and Breakfast (waffles and syrup), chocolate cherry and Cookies n' Dreams. Photo: Photo By Tom McCorkle For The Washington Post. Photo: Photo By Tom McCorkle For The Washington Post. Image 1 of / 28 Caption Close Image 1 of 28 Nightfood's ice creams come in flavors such as decaf cold brew, Bed and Breakfast (waffles and syrup), chocolate cherry and Cookies n' Dreams. Nightfood's ice creams come in flavors such as decaf cold brew, Bed and Breakfast (waffles and syrup), chocolate cherry … [Read more...] about Is an ice cream that promises a better night’s sleep too good to be true? Maybe.
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People still dig the old-school-cool of cars like the Challenger, as sales actually went up while Mustang and Camaro sales took a hit in 2018. That said, new FCA boss Mike Manley said things will be changing in an electric way for the next generation, in a report by The Detroit News. "The reality is those platforms and that technology we used does need to move on. They can't exist as you get into the middle-2020s. New technology is going to drive a load of weight out, so we can think of the powertrains in a different way. And we can use electrification to really supplement those vehicles."News of electrified muscle cars is nothing new at this point. Ford says it's going to reveal a Mustang Hybrid in 2020. And with Al Oppenheiser (former chief engineer for the Camaro) moving to GM's electric division, you better believe Chevrolet is working on an electrified version of the Camaro. This, however, is the first solid evidence we have that FCA and Dodge are making such a move.What Manley … [Read more...] about Next Dodge Challenger to be electrified, says FCA boss
caption A farmer harvests crops in Burlington, IA. source Scott Olson/Getty Images The Midwest has a rep for friendly people, cheap land, and a stress-free lifestyle that differs dramatically from other US regions. Many people are flocking to the Midwest because of its affordable cost of living, open spaces, and relaxed pace of life. Here are 6 ways the Midwest is different than the rest of the country. There’s only one place in the US where traffic jams are often caused by tractors on the road and weekends consist of floating down rivers and modeling clothes through the aisles of Walmart. Middle America has long been classified as a “flyover country,” comprised of more corn fields than major metropolises and mom-and-pop shops than Fortune 500 companies, but the12 statesthat constitute the Midwest have a richer culture than many people give it credit for – take it from me, a native of small-town Ohio myself. In my hometown, … [Read more...] about I’m from Ohio — here are 6 things all Midwesterners know to be true
The Fluance Ai40 is the third self-powered speaker I've reviewed in three weeks. It follows the Adam Audio T5V and Kanto YU6 speakers, and while the Ai40 is around half the price of the other two, it's the one that really got to me. There was some undefinable something about the sound that was more engaging than the other two speakers, so I kept listening long after I needed to write the review. Better yet, the price is right. They're $200 a pair with free shipping in the US. UK and Australia prices haven't yet been released, but they convert to roughly £151 and AU$269.As regular Audiophiliac readers know, I haven't covered too many wireless products, mostly because they usually cost more and sound worse then similarly priced wired products. Paying more for inferior sound doesn't make sense to me, but I've now found a couple of Bluetooth speakers that rise enough above the norm to deserve positive reviews here. Last week it was the Kanto YU6, and now it's the Fluance Ai40's turn … [Read more...] about Fluance’s $200 stereo Bluetooth speakers sound is almost too good to be true
Democracy Dies in Darkness Sections Home Try 1 month for $1 Username Sign In Account Profile Newsletters & Alerts Gift Subscriptions Contact Us Help Desk Subscribe Account Profile Newsletters & Alerts Gift Subscriptions Contact Us Help Desk Accessibility for screenreader Business Audience members sit inside a 4DX theater at the Regal Cinemas L.A. LIVE Stadium 14 movie theater in Los Angeles on April 21. (Patrick T. Fallon/Bloomberg) by Steven Zeitchik by Steven Zeitchik Email the author April 30 Email the author LAS VEGAS — The owners of America’s movie theaters are having a few good months, with February's “Black Panther” an all-time box-office winner and this weekend’s “Avengers: Infinity War” enjoying the biggest weekend opening ever — $250 million. But that encouraging news conceals a more disruptive set of forces that threatens to … [Read more...] about MoviePass aims to help theaters survive in the digital age. But is the subscription service too good to be true?