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Day: February 18, 2021

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“It’s a good mental trigger to just chill”

Chemistry between commentators is the most important element of a broadcast. Joe Buck and Troy Aikman have been working together for nearly 20 years, but that chemistry took a little while to develop—and needed a little liquid inspiration.

On a recent episode of his podcast, Colin Cowherd told Buck that his broadcasts with Aikman have a unique feel because they sound like “college buddies” who each have “a small glass of bourbon.”

Actually, Buck said, the pair really did used to drink in the booth, but it was tequila.

Buck said the

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The ramifications of the Texas-wide power grid failure and punishing temperatures have taken a turn for the worse. In addition to the cold, many Houstonians are now dealing with busted pipes, falling ceilings and, worst of all, no water. Even if the pipes haven’t broken, there are reports of low water pressure in some parts of the city.

As always — if the roads are still iced over, do not drive unless it’s absolutely necessary. However, with temperatures expected

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Real Housewives of Orange County star Kelly Dodd is speaking out after she was dropped by the Positive Beverage company following her comments about the coronavirus pandemic.

“I’m glad I could help put Positive Beverage on the map and wish them well,” the 45-year-old tweeted on Sunday, January 31, after the company announced it was dumping her. “I’m also really excited about my next venture in the beauty industry, which is my real passion. Stay tuned!”

Kelly Dodd Charles Sykes/Bravo

Positive Beverage’s founder and CEO Zach Muchnick confirmed to Us Weekly earlier on Sunday that the brand no longer wants

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What food can you safely eat from your fridge during a power outage, and when’s it time to throw it out? Here’s what the experts recommend.

SAN ANTONIO — As power continues to be shut off for millions of Texans, food is one of the biggest concerns. With it being “slim pickins” for so many across the state right now, we asked the experts — what’s in your fridge that’s still good, what’s in there that could give you some nutrition, and what’s in the pantry that could give you that extra ounce of energy you’ve needed?

Jan Tilley, a

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WFAA has compiled a list of local restaurants that are open in the next few days during the extreme cold.

Below is a list of restaurants that plan to be open during the extremely cold temperatures in North Texas over the next few days. 

Please note: this list may change or be outdated as the weather changes. Check with the restaurant for hours of operation and delivery or takeout services before you head there.

A list also available from the Town of Addison. Click here.

  • Astoria Caffe & Wine Bar
    15701 Quorum Dr., Addison, TX 75001
  • Chamberlain’s Steak and
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On those days where I actually live up to the “healthy routine” I keep in the Notes section of my iPhone, I take in a list of liquids that could rival a cocktail menu. The regimen includes a pea protein shake, a cup of beet juice, a greens smoothie with spinach and wheatgrass, and a mug of valerian-infused tea. Each drink has a purpose; they’re meant to aid in recovery, offer energy, facilitate digestion and help me get to sleep.

Which is to say, I have a fairly low threshold when it comes to willingness to chug something in the

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